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Scott Pilgrim vs the World Trailer


The trailer for the Edgar Wright's (Spaced, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) comic book adaptation is finally here!

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Looks very promising! Seems to be pretty faithful to the comic book. The visual style sort of reminds me of the the visual style of Speed Racer (a compliment).
Fitz said…
Edgar Wright's visual aesthetic is always pretty cool. The film looks better than I thought it would.
CastorTroy said…
Looks good visually but Michael Cera playing Michael Cera again?

On an unrelated note, I keep trying to leave comments on your site but half the time, Disqus is down or something :(
Fitz said…
Thanks for notifying me.
Ben said…
Meanwhile, a bunch of people, who haven't noticed that all comedic actors (and most other actors) always play the same role, are levelling this criticism at Michael Cera again.

It's one of those dumb-assed comments that sound half-way intelligent, but fall apart with a second's worth of contemplation, that kick endlessly around the great echo chamber that is the Internet.
CastorTroy said…
I disagree Ben. While most movie stars actually do play themselves over and over again. Some of them at least attempt to have some variations here and there and try new things intermittently (even though they sometimes fail). I recently wrote an article about the possible decline of the movie star era on my site and the difference between movie stars and actors' actors.

For a young actor, Michael Cera is not even trying to expand his range a tad outside what he has been doing since he broke out with Superbad. I couldn't care less what he does but ultimately, most one-note actors don't have a very long career as he is getting quite up there in terms of age to play the awkward teen nerd.

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