A FILM crew has been shooting scenes at the High Wycombe train station today.

There are cameras and equipment at the front of the station and there appeared to be a scene being shot with a black car screeching up to the front.

Train passengers can still get through to board trains.

People on the set were not allowed to confirm what was being filmed, although Simon Pegg was spotted, who talks on his Twitter page about currently filming World's End.

Update: Working Title Films and Big Talk Pictures confirmed The World's End was being filmed at High Wycombe on Sunday.

It is the third instalment of Edgar Wright's trilogy of comedies following the success of Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007).

Once again Mr. Wright co-wrote the script with Simon Pegg, who will once more star with Nick Frost. Joining the team are actors Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine, Eddie Marsan and Rosamund Pike.

The World's End is set 20 years after five childhood friends attempted an epic pub crawl.

After reuniting they set out to recreate their drinking marathon, spurred on by Simon Pegg's character who has not quite come to terms with being 40. But their pub crawl takes an unexpected turn which could leave the fate of humanity in their hands.