Scott Pilgrim against the world he is reaching 10 years since its world premiere in 2010. The nice ribbon of romance, action and comedy directed by Edgar Wright is still remembered with much affection by many millenials, despite its failure at the box office. In fact, today is already considered as a cult.
The film starring Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead tells the story of a teenager’s shy, that finds the girl of his dreams but has to fight against every one of her seven ex-boyfriends to be with her. The film is based on the graphic novel written by Bryan Lee O’malley, whose first volume came out in 2004.
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the film, the cast met virtually in a “Watch Party” via Twitter. For a couple of hours, team members Scott Pilgrim saw the movie and their interactions in the social networking viralizaron among the fans.
Filmmaker Edgar Wright presided at the session to answer questions and to share data about the production of that delivery. Some of the actors who participated in the day were Chris Evans (Lucas Lee), Aubrey Plaza (Julie Powers), Brie Larson (Envy Adams), Ellen Wong (Knives Chau), Mark Webber (Stephen Hills), Brandon Routh (Todd), Anna Kendrick (Stacy Pilgrim) and Mae Whitman (Roxy Richter).
That was clear with this event is how proud they are to be found both Wright as the majority of the actors of that tape. Michael Cera was not active in the exchange of tweets, but sent a video which Edgar played in the that states that Scott Pilgrim you will always have a special place in his heart.
The director began by sharing some posters of the character Lucas Lee (Evans), to which Chris replied: When do we do them?
Then joked with that that perhaps is the best role in the career of Evans and the actor in question gave the reason in the tone of a joke.
For its part, Aubrey Plaza, later known for his role in the comedy series Parks and Recreationalso thanked for having been a part of Scott Pilgrim.
Brie Larsoncurrently celebrated for her role as Captain Marvelalso recalled fondly his brief role in the film.
Finally, Wright shared some curiosities of the shooting of that film so iconic about the “losers”.
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