Universal Pictures has released the first full-length movie trailer for Edgar Wright‘s upcoming action-comedy Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Based on the comic book series written by Bryan Lee O’Malley, Pilgrim tells the story of a charming and jobless 22-year-old who must defeat his new girlfriend’s seven evil ex-boyfriends in order to win her heart. The new trailer will be attached to Get Him To The Greek, but has been put online once the Scott Pilgrim facebook page reached 100,000 fans (which happened at 1:30am on Monday morning).
The new trailer is pretty awesome, and has me even more excited about the film than the initial teaser. The only thing I didn’t like was the lame “it’s on like Donkey Kong” tagline which I’m sure was the “genius” idea of the Universal’s marketing team. Watch the trailer now embedded after the jump. Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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The sixth video blog for Edgar Wright‘s big screen adaptation of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is now online. The new behind the scenes video shows the production of a fight sequence between Romona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and Roxy Richter (Mae Whitman), pictured above, at the crowded warehouse after party. Watch the new video blog after the jump.
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As you probably already know by now, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World tells the story of a 23-year-old Canadian slacker (Michael Cera) who must battle and defeat Ramona Flower’s (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) seven evil ex-boyfriends to win her heart.
In director Edgar Wright‘s latest photoblog, we get our first look at…. possible spoiler warning… Ramona’s fourth “Evil Ex” — Roxanne “Roxy” Richter. That’s right, not all of Ramona’s Evil Exes are boys. Richter was Ramona’s college roommate and lesbian fling. Who is the actresses behind Bryan Lee O’Malley’s sketch? It is Mae Whitman, who most of you probably recognize as Ann Veal from Arrested Development. She also played the President’s daughter in Independence Day way back when.
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