I used to lie in bed in my flat and imagine what would happen if there was a zombie attack.
I don't know about doing a sequel. I think you can retroactively damage a product by adding to it.
Also, if you watch the film once, there are lots of things that you won't get because there are punch lines in the first act, the setup to which isn't until the second act.
We suddenly saw how people reacted in the event of massive social upheaval, and the way that the little problems in your life don't go away. You don't stop being frightened of spiders just because the world's blown up.
The main jokes in this film are about big things, love and life and zombies - we all get that.
American audiences tend to be more expressive than British ones.
There is a universality to comedy.
You don't look at each other on the subway.
Every person should have their escape route planned. I think everyone has an apocalypse fantasy, what would I do in the event of the end of the world, and we just basically - me and Nick - said what would we do, where would we head?
There's this thing of you can live in a city and be completely alone, not notice anything going on around you.
I just love listening to the laughter.
In England, we don't have any guns whatsoever.
Chris Martin's a good friend of mine. I'm actually Apple's godfather. He's an old friend and we've been mates for quite a few years now.
Doctor Who was a big part of my childhood so it was a great honour to be in it.
You always worry about films when you hear about them making decisions after announcements are made.
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