Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Movie)
|Scott Pilgrim vs. The World|
An epic of epic epicness
|Directed By||Edgar Wright|
|Release Date||13th of August, 2010 (USA)|
|Rated||PG-13 - for stylized violence, sexual content, language and drug references|
For the video-game, see Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Game)
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is the the movie adaptation of the hit graphic novel of the same name. It scheduled for release on the 13 August in the US, and it stars Michael Cera. The movie is rated PG-13.
 Movie Synopsis
"Everything is totally sweet.
Scott Pilgrim's life is so awesome. He's 23 years old, in a rock band, "between jobs," and dating a cute high school girl. Everything's fantastic until a seriously mind-blowing, dangerously fashionable, roller blading delivery girl named Ramona Flowers starts cruising through his dreams and sailing by him at parties. But the path to Ms. Flowers isn't covered in rose petals. Ramona's seven evil exes stand between Scott and true happiness. Can Scott beat the bad guys and get the girl without turning his precious little life upside-down?"
- Michael Cera - Scott Pilgrim
- Mary Elizabeth Winstead - Ramona Flowers
- Kieran Culkin - Wallace Wells
- Chris Evans - Lucas Lee
- Anna Kendrick - Stacey Pilgrim
- Brandon Routh - Todd Ingram
- Alison Pill - Kim Pine
- Jason Schwartzman - Gideon Gordon Graves
- Ellen Wong - Knives Chau
- Satya Bhabha - Matthew Patel
- Mark Webber - Stephen Stills
Filming began March 2009 and finished in August of the same year.
Shortly after Bryan Lee O'Malley completed Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life, his publisher, Oni Press, contacted producer Marc E. Platt with the proposition for a film version. Universal Studios contracted Edgar Wright, creator of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, to adapt the graphic novel series into a single film.
Bryan Lee O'Malley confirmed that no material from Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour, the sixth and final Scott Pilgrim volume, would appear in the film, as production had already begun. While he had given ideas and suggestions for the final act of the movie, he admitted to that some of those plans might change throughout the writing process and ultimately stated that "Their ending is their ending". However, O'Malley had supplied his notes for the sixth book while filming took place.