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Paul – Trailer

Paul is a 2011 science fiction comedy film directed by Greg Mottola, written by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, and starring Pegg, Frost, and the voice of Seth Rogen as the title character. The film contains numerous references to other science fiction films, especially those of Steven Spielberg, as well as to general science fiction fandom.


Simon Pegg as Graeme Willy
Nick Frost as Clive Gollings
Seth Rogen as Paul (voice)
Kristen Wiig as Ruth Buggs
Jason Bateman as Special Agent Lorenzo Zoil
Bill Hader as Agent Haggard
Joe Lo Truglio as Agent O’Reilly
Jane Lynch as Pat Stevenson
Sigourney Weaver as “The Big Guy”
Blythe Danner as Tara Walton
Mia Stallard as Young Tara Walton
John Carroll Lynch as Moses Buggs, Ruth’s father
David Koechner as Gus
Jesse Plemons as Jake
Jeffrey Tambor as Adam Shadowchild, a famous science fiction writer
Luke Jackson as Ford
Paula LaBaredas as Princess Leia
Justin Reed as Comic-Con Guest
Brett Jones as Keith Nash


A teaser trailer was released on October 18, 2010. The teaser trailer featured the song “Just the Two of Us” by Grover Washington, Jr. and “Run With the Wolves” by The Prodigy. It was shown before certain screenings of Vampires Suck, Let Me In, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1, Burke and Hare, The Green Hornet and The Social Network in the United Kingdom.

The American trailer featured “It Came Out of the Sky” by Creedence Clearwater Revival, “Human Rocket” by Devo, and “All Over the World” by the Electric Light Orchestra.

The film had its world premiere in London on February 7, 2011.

Box office

Paul was number one at the United Kingdom box office in its first weekend, surpassing Gnomeo & Juliet.

In North America, Paul opened in March 2011 at #5, with $13,043,310 behind Limitless, Rango, Battle: Los Angeles, and The Lincoln Lawyer. The film closed after 63 days in theaters, grossing $37,412,945 domestically, just below its $40 million budget. With the international $57 million gross, the film is considered a success.


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