Movies.com has our own interview with Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost for The World's End, but forget about us. Here's Peter Jackson interviewing the same trio, and he's way cooler.
Jackson starts off very interested in the process the filmmakers use -- how many takes, how many pages a day, how the script is written, etc. -- and you can see the genuine delight on his face to hear the answers to some of those questions. Or maybe it's envy, considering a 12-week shoot would only cover about 25 minutes of a Peter Jackson film.
It's not all technical numbers and dates, though. Jackson clearly has a nice relationship with all three men (remember Wright cowrote and Pegg/Frost appeared in the Jackson-produced The Adventures of Tintin), and so the whole chat has a very light and enjoyable air to it. They may be some of the most talented and popular filmmakers on the planet, but at the end of the day, these four gents are just big film geeks, and we love that.