Entertainment Weekly have done alright by Simon Pegg fans this weekend, publishing a mini-interview that offers at least some new information on four of his upcoming projects (and name drops Tintin too). So far, info on The World’s End has been truly scarce so I find anything – even the tiniest scrap – very welcome indeed.

In case you don’t know it by title – yet – The World’s End will be the next collaboration between Pegg and Edgar Wright, the last flavour in their triple-Cornetto run of genre benders. Nothing much at all was known of this one so far, but Pegg has now at least given us some indication of when he’ll get to work on the film, and what kind of themes it will explore.

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NOTE: I’ll just go over this one more time before we begin.  The current polarised lens, digital 3D system is superb; anaglyph systems don’t work one tenth as well. Bear that in mind as I share with you some anaglyphic 3D stills from films that will on release come in the digital fashion. These images don’t even hint at how well the actual film’s 3D will work.

Toy Story is being released in 3D this October, and our first look (though compromised, see above) has been revealed by Entertainment Weekly. Also in their gallery of 3D stills are Up, Monsters vs. Aliens, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs and Alpha and Omega. No Christmas Carol, no Final Destination and, most disappointing of all, no Avatar. Some samples below the break – but red/blue glasses will be necessary.

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