We first told you about the upcoming "Scott Pilgrim" video game way back in August 2009, and it's hard to believe the wait is almost over for the retro-tastic, interactive journey through Scott Pilgrim's universe.
Over at GameInformer, they've posted four new images from the game, as well as a hands-on review of the game, which will be available as a downloadable Playstation Network exclusive this August — right in time for the film's release. (Don't worry, Xbox Nation, it will be available on the 360 at some point, too — though I'm so happy I own a PS3 right now.)
The images offer a great look at the visual tone of the game, which is appropriately old-school in both graphics and gameplay style. According to the report, the four-player brawler doesn't feature online play, but it does give you control of Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers, Kim Pine, or Stephen Stills. Publisher Ubisoft hinted at some unlockable characters down the road, too. Read More...
If you missed the exclusive MTV premiere of the new "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" clip during the MTV Movie Awards Pre-Show, don't worry — we've got you covered.
We've created a gallery of images that highlight the new clip's footage of one of the film's early action sequences. The scene features Scott Pilgrim's encounter with Ramona's evil ex-boyfriend #2, skateboarder-turned-actor Lucas Lee (expertly cast and played by Chris Evans).
But don't take my word for it. Check out the new "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" clip for yourself, as well as our gallery of images from the footage.
Click on the image below for the full gallery!
What's your favorite part of the new "Scott Pilgrim" clip? Let us know what you think in the comment section or on Twitter!
If you checked out the MTV Movie Awards Pre-Show, you saw a brand new, exclusive clip from "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World," director Edgar Wright's live-action adaptation of the hit comic book series from Oni Press.
But just in case you missed it (or want to see it again), here's another look:
Yes, that's Wright himself providing the introduction to the new clip, folks — and after seeing Scott go toe-to-toe with skateboarder-turned-actor Lucas Lee, it's hard not to share the filmmaker's enthusiasm for the live-action "Scott Pilgrim" world he's created. Read More...
Way back in April 2009, we reported on the possibility of "Scott Pilgrim" action figures and various other items based on Edgar Wright's big-screen adaptation of Bryan Lee O'Malley's hit comic book series. Now it looks like we have our first look at some of the upcoming merch based on the "Scott Pilgrim" universe in the form of a pair of plush collectibles.
O'Malley gave fans a peek at two of the plushes — based on Scott Pilgrim and Ramona Flowers — on his Twitter account yesterday, courtesy of an image posted by Canadian comic book shop Strange Adventures. According to the shop's Twitter feed, the plushes will be available in late July, and are being manufactured by Mezco Toys.
Of course, the arrival of the "Scott Pilgrim" merch couldn't be better timed, given the premiere of the film in theaters August 13. Read More...
We've been all-hands-on-deck here in Universal City, CA, where on Sunday we'll be bringing you the 2010 MTV Movie Awards. But even in all this excitement we still found time to gawk at an exclusive clip from "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" that will be airing during our live Movie Awards red carpet pre-show this Sunday at 8/7c. Director Edgar Wright is excited too, as you'll see below while catching a brief glimpse of Sunday's clip which features Michael Cera battling it out with an evil ex-boyfriend.
Check it out below, and then read on for two cool shots from the clip:
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The 2010 MTV Movie Awards kick off this Sunday, June 6, at 9 PM EST — but you should tune in an hour early if you want to catch some new footage from "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" and "The Last Airbender."
Yes, you heard it here first, folks: MTV will bring you some exclusive, new footage from the two upcoming films by directors Edgar Wright and M. Night Shyamalan during the Movie Awards Pre-Show, which begins at 8 PM EST.
If you've been following along at home, you know that Wright's "Pilgrim" movie is based on the celebrated Oni Press series by Bryan Lee O'Malley, and stars Michael Cera as a slacker musician who must battle his new girlfriend's seven evil-exes to win her heart.
Shyamalan's "Airbender" is a live-action take on the wildly popular Nickelodeon animated series, and follows a hero's quest to save the world from warring tribes that wield the elements in a battle for supremacy.
Remember: Tune in at 8 PM EST for exclusive sneak peeks at "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" and "The Last Airbender" on MTV!
Earlier this month, we reported the news that "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" would receive some extra footage, courtesy of some reshoots ordered by director Edgar Wright. Calling the extra scenes "icing on the cake," Wright explained that some of the content originated with the upcoming sixth volume of Bryan Lee O'Malley's hit comic book series.
MTV News caught up with "Scott Pilgrim" actor Jason Schwartzman on the set of his HBO series "Bored To Death" to ask him about the reshoots.
"Yes, a little bit," responded Schwartzman when asked if he was involved in the scenes receiving some extra footage. Read More...
Even if the location for future Comic-Con International conventions is somewhat uncertain, you can be sure that this year's show will still attract a host of comic publishers and movie studios with high-profile projects to promote. One such project is "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World," director Edgar Wright's live-action film based on Bryan Lee O'Malley's hit comic book series.
When MTV News caught up with "Scott Pilgrim" actor Jason Schwartzman on the set of his upcoming HBO series "Bored To Death," he informed us that he'll be making his first-ever trip to Comic-Con this year — and asked for some advice about how to handle the big show.
"I'm going to be doing some press for 'Scott Pilgrim' this summer," the actor told MTV News, "and going to go to Comic-Con, which I've never been to." Read More...
Edgar Wright's adaptation of Bryan Lee O'Malley's "Scott Pilgrim" is going back in front of the cameras, despite an extremely positive response from test screenings and high praise from his fellow filmmakers.
Earlier this week, Production Weekly reported that the cast and crew of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" will return to Toronto for three days of pickup scenes.
"We are doing 3 days of pick ups," Wright confirmed to Collider. "And to be honest — I’m excited about it. It was my suggestion to the studio and the bits and pieces are all things that I want to tweak. Truth is, some of it, is because we have material from Vol 6 that is impossible to resist and so even after a nearly a year of editing — it’s going to be fun to put some icing on the cake." Read More...
"Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" hits theaters August 18, and it's pretty safe to say that there are a lot of people out there with the day marked on their calendars, eagerly anticipating the premiere of Edgar Wright's adaptation of the hit Oni Press comic book series.
From "Scott Pilgrim" creator Bryan Lee O'Malley to comic and film creator Kevin Smith, there's been no shortage of people heaping compliments on the film ahead of its release — no small achievement, given that many questioned whether the books' kinetic, manga-influenced vibe could ever be properly translated to the big (or small) screen. But that's exactly what happened, and now Michael Cera is set to play slacker hero Scott Pilgrim as he faces off against the evil ex-lovers of his new girlfriend, Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead).
While the cast is a veritable who's-who of young actors with serious cred in the geek scene, I managed to snag some time with one of the aforementioned evil exes as part of MTV's Summer Movie Preview Week to get some thoughts on the film and what we've seen of it so far. No stranger to comic book movies, Brandon Routh previously played the least-indie superhero of them all, Superman, before suiting up as Todd Ingram, the smug bassist with vegan superpowers who squares off against Scott in one of the story's biggest battles. Read More...