Bryan Lee OMalley
Here about a year outside the Summer of Scott Pilgrim, most fans have settled their Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Blu-ray comfortably into their collections by now. Don't get too cozy, though, because T-Pain and Chris Brown's Scott Pilgrim homage-tastic new video for their "Best Love Song" collaboration is going to have you popping it right back into your player. Director Edgar Wright Tw
It's not like there was any doubt before, but it can't hurt to say again that the best/craziest Scott Pilgrim fans are those from Toronto, the setting of Bryan Lee O'Malley's canonized indie comics opus. Locatio
As much as fans loved the retro-but-way-better aesthetic of "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game," a few reasonable gripes kept it from attaining the gameplay perfection it might have otherwise achieved. This November, Ubisoft's offering downloadable content will address a healthy portion of the game'
Way back in "Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life," Scott's bandmate Stephen Stills revealed that in the Canadian indie scene, like all things, knowledge is power. Specifically, the power to out-rock rival bands.
It shouldn't come as much of a surprise that Emma Frost, the corseted former villainess turned X-Man, is a lady who thinks some naughty thoughts from time to time. And thanks to a sketch by "Scott Pilgrim" creator Bryan Lee O'Malley, we've gotten a glimpse into a one of those quiet moments of sexy self-reflection, as the mutant telepath sips a drink and contemplates her evening alone with a sly look and a bit of blushing.
The sketch has also supplied me with
"Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" finally arrives in theaters this week, and having seen it already, I can tell you that Chris Evans is absolutely glorious as Lucas Lee. With his tongue-in-cheek swagger and hilarious line delivery, Evans could easily shoulder a film or two with Lee in a starring role