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'Shaun Of The Dead' Writer's Superstition Leads To Cameos

June 11th, 2007 10:00pm EDT favorite Add to My News
Shaun Of The DeadShaun Of The Dead co-writer Edgar Wright is so superstitious about his own films he makes cameo 'swaps' with his fellow director pals as a good luck charm. The English moviemaker insists he makes the effort to appear on-screen - despite hating being in front of the camera - after friend Garth Jennings appeared in the 2004 zombie film. He returned the favor by playing the part of a Deep Thought Technician in Jennings' adaptation of The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy adaptation a year later, and both films went on to achieve U.K. box office success.

He says, "I wouldn't say I enjoy being in front of the camera. I did (spoof science show) Look Around You, which was fun. I appeared in Hitchhiker's, and Garth Jennings had a cameo in Shaun Of The Dead playing a zombie. It's become a superstitious thing with us now. We have to appear in each other's movies or a plague on both our houses!"

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)


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