Yesterday you saw two new The World's End stills, straight from the pages of this month's Empire. Today another one has arrived online - via the folks over at IGN - and here it is for you below, boasting Simon Pegg's Gary King and a very intriguing map.
As you may have guessed, the map has something to do with the pub crawl Gary and his long-lost friends are on, but don't take our word for it, take director / co-writer Edgar Wright's:
"That’s his map of the pubs in Newton Haven, which he had as a teenager. You can see on the map that nine pubs are crossed out because when they were teenagers they only got through nine of the 12 pubs. And he’s kept that map."
IGN has a more detailed interview with Wright where he talks more about the themes of the movie, how it'll feel to watch the Shaun Of The Dead / Hot Fuzz / The World's End in one sitting and the importance of Sisters Of Mercy to our man Gary King.
Beyond that, however, is our exclusive on-set reporting in the latest issue of Empire, which reveals a lot more about what to expect from the end of the Blood And Ice Cream trilogy. For a teaser of that, head this way, and for the two other stills mentioned earlier, click in this direction.
The World's End is out on August 14. Empire's March edition is out right about... now.