Director Edgar Wright’s film premiered ten years ago
Despite the poor reception of “Scott Pilgrim vs The World” at the worldwide box office, time has shown that it was perhaps a tape too advanced for its time, since after its release on DVD and its availability on various streaming services, They have made it a cult landmark in geek culture.
The film is directed by Edgar Wright and adapts the series of graphic novels written by Brayan Lee O’Malley. It tells how the life of Scott, an unemployed twenty-year-old who plays bass in a third-rate band, takes a turn when he meets the girl of his dreams and must face his ex-boyfriends if he wants to get a relationship with her.
Recently, in a chat with ComicBook, actor Michael Cera, who was the protagonist of the film, commented that he is more than willing to make a sequel, although his main motivation is to see his coworkers again.
“For me, that source would mean being with that group again, it was a great group,” he says. Cera also comments that, when the film was released, until a few years later they met again, less and less frequently.
In addition to Michael Cera, the film also had the participation of Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Brie Larson, Chris Evans, Anna Kendrick, Kieran Culkin, Alison Pill, Aubrey Plaza, Mae Whitman, Brandon Routh, Jason Schwartzman, Ellen Wong, among others.