Paddy Considine has revealed that The World's End was a tough shoot.
The actor is back on the big screen this summer as he teams up with Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Eddie Marsan and Martin Freeman in the Edgar Wright directed movie.
And Considine had nothing but great things to say about Wright as they worked together for the very first time.
Speaking to Digital Spy the actor said: "It was hard - we were up against it - weather-wise, schedule-wise... it was tough.
"But we kept ourselves amused and when one [of us] was dipping, somebody else rallied round and pulled them out. We were a little gang of five against the world - well, six, including Edgar.
"It was a tough shoot, but what I've seen of it looks fantastic. Edgar's such a great talent - I love him to bits. I'm not hyping it - it does look incredible."
The World's End sees Wright in the director's chair for the first time since Scott Pilgrim vs The World as he reunites with Pegg and Frost for the third time.
As for Considine he has also completed work on Honour and has a new film called Maggie in the pipeline.
The World's End is released 19th July.