When it was first released, Scott Pilgrim versus the World this attracted the attention of fans who are passionate about the comic book and the movie present in a few platforms, streaming video, and a new generation is discovering him. and With that, Michael Cera, who stars in the long running and confirmed that I would love to give life to the character again in a sequel to be asked about it in an interview with the web site ComicBook.com.
“Well… For me, this ‘right’ would only be around that group again.It was a group, as well as others.Luckily, we all got together, and it really was a great band, or something like that, and we all loved being together, and that is, of course, each and every time, but by the time the movie was coming out, and even a few years later, as we were all leaving the lot, “ she offered him, saying that the reprise of the paper would make him nervous, after all, have his friends close by.
“Bill Pope, who is the director of the picture, it was a cafe / bar regularly, and his wife, Sharon. It just seemed like an extended family. Ten years later, of course, life for everyone is different, and each and every one of them is doing their own thing. I would love to [atuar em um novo filme]if that’s the way to do it, with all they passed a while back, and I would love to do this. I hope that in 10 years, this will be an excuse for us to stay together. “
Scott Pilgrim versus the World directed by Edgar Wright, and it had a great cast, that it would be difficult to meet nowadays, especially because a large part of it has come to that time such as Mary, Elizabeth, Winstead , Brie Larson, Chris Evans, Anna Kendrick, Kieran Culkin, Alison Pill, Aubrey Plaza, Mae Whitman, Brandon Routh, Jason Schwartzman and Ellen Wong.
At the beginning of this year, the american actress, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, also said he would love to make a movie of the Pilgrim. “I would be very curious to find out what has happened to these characters in their early 30s, as opposed to the sort of thing most certainly, out of the 20,” said the ComicBook.com. “That’s why I think it would be kind of cool. We have always talked about a sequel while we were doing this, but you have always imagined it would be this way, even a year later. Where are they now? I think it’s much more fascinating to know where they were 10 years ago. I am in love with it,” and fired.