If you've read any of the five-going-on-six volumes of "Scott Pilgrim," chances are you've been secretly (and shamefully) waiting for the day that proper merchandise would allow you to reenact your favorite scenes from the comic or its pending cinematic installment
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World
When director Edgar Wright called on the online "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" community to help the film's official Facebook page reach 100,000 fans last week, Bryan Lee O'Malley's longtime readers knew it was just a matter of time before the goal was met and the Internet at large would be rewarded with a brand-new trailer showing off additional SP footage. That time, my friends, has come at last.
The video went live (extremely) early this morning
For better or for worse, extra shoots (in many cases, re-shoots) tend to indicate a studio or a focus group is meddling in a film's creative affairs. In the case of director Edgar Wright's upcoming 3-day shoot with the cast of "Scott Pilgrim vs
If indie rock fans were stoked to learn about Beck's involvement in the "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" soundtrack, chiptunes fans might just be twice as stoked to learn that the music of "Scott Pilgrim: The Game" is in the hands of Anamanaguchi.
The announcement came this weekend at PAX East, where the band debuted the game's theme song alongside new video cli
Just when you thought that the news about about the "Scott Pilgrim" movie could not get any better, creator Bryan Lee O'Malley drops the news on Twitter that the music for the trailer -- and for Scott's band, Sex Bob-Omb, according to Pitchfork -- was written by Beck. Not only that, but Beck made the songs up based on some "crappy fake lyrics" that O'Malley wrote.
So that is Br
There has been a lot of recent moving and shaking in and around the comics' film scene, and ComicsAlliance has your handy dandy one-stop roundup.
WHO WILL WIELD THE SHIELD?
Now that director Joe Johnson's "Wolfman," picture has hit theaters, the gears for his "The First Avenger: Captain America," movie have started to turn. The Hollywood Reporter, er, reports t
In the words of the great Huey Lewis, "The power of love is a curious thing. Make a one man weep. Make Scott Pilgrim draw a fiery battle sword from his chest."
That's how the version I sing in the shower every day goes, thanks to Bryan Lee O'Malley's Oni graphic novel series-turned Edgar Wright-directed film.