Simon Pegg’s feature sets shoot dates
The debut feature from the new production company set up by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost is gearing up to shoot later this summer.
Slaughterhouse Rulez is a comedy horror set in an elite boarding school where pupils and staff alike face a terrifying battle for survival.
Filming dates are listed on Production Intelligence, along with the main production personnel such as the line producer, production designer, production co-ordinator and location manager.
The film is the first production from Stolen Picture, founded by Pegg and Frost, who will executive produce. Crispian Mills directs from a screenplay he wrote with Henry Fitzherbert. Catalyst Global Media (Finding Your Feet) is on board to co-produce.
Pegg has recently been in New Zealand filming his role of Benji Dunn in Mission: Impossible 6.
Simon Pegg photo via Getty Images/WireImage/Samir Hussein.
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