One new awesome Scott Pilgrim vs. The World trailer has made its way to fans and it shows how the main character fights for his true love, no matter how hard it gets. The movie seems to be one hilarious piece of work and with the complex storyline of having to deal with seven exes makes it even more comedic and entertaining.
In the cast of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World are the baby-faced, Micheal Cera (Juno (2007), Year One (2009)) and the radiant, Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Sky High (2005), Grindhouse (2007) in lead roles. Directed by Edgar Wright (A Fistful of Fingers (1995), Hot Fuzz (2007) the story centers on the 23-year-old, rock band member and all teenagers’ heartthrob, Scott Pilgrim (Cera)
Scott soon meets the beautiful, roller-blading Ramona Flowers (Elizabeth) who roller-blades in to his life, not alone, but with her baggage of problems and issues. Being her boyfriend was the toughest of tasks and even life-threatening. Ramona, has had seven evil exes, who are eagerly waiting for the right opportunity to finish him off and hence Scott pilgrim has to master a defense mechanism or rather find a think of defeating them all.
This romantic comedy, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is expected to be in theatres within the USA on 13th August 2010.
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Trailer
Olivia Wilde might be best known for her role as sexy Thirteen on “House, M.D.,” but she’s hitting the big screen as Princess Inanna in “Year One” on June 19, 2009. She stars opposite Jack Black and Michael Cera in the Judd Apatow-produced movie. But first, the buffed and toned star did some acrobatics for her GQ photo shoot. Oh, those abs!
“Year One” hits theaters June 19, 2009, and I’m not sure what to think about it. I’m onboard because it stars Jack Black and Michael Cera, two of my favorite funny guys. They play cavemen who get tossed out of their village and embark on an ancient cross-country road trip.
Plus, it’s directed and written by Harold Ramis and produced by Judd Apatow, so … bonus points there. Still, the clips and trailers don’t really look all that funny. I hope I’m wrong, and the movie is a knock-out.
Romance was the strangest thing in any ones life. Especially to a teen love is the most important thing. For that they are ready to lose any thing. This was a grate topic for a director to build such movie like Youth in Revolt better not to say it is the best from the past. But surely it has a good contribution to the teen movies around these days. Trying to take some thing out from using a teen around 14 years of age showing the desperate of his to lose the again and also to gain what he need.
He had a dream girl in his mind as he is around ten, every morning as he walks up he talks with that dream girl. He had a hope one day she will come to him and there love been established. How sweet that dream was. That is the dream of young Nick he is ready to do any thing to make her mind. He found her with his family trip to New York.
While his trailer trash parents teeter on the edge of divorce he found his dream girl. He is not ready to give it up for any. While giving the indication of these young boys sexual attraction director had added the value of love to it with profession.
It is proven that for this nicks carector has to be played by some one who is well prepared for it and it was the perfect person director has found. It was Michael Cera his big success in Juno (2007) movie directed by Miguel Arteta (The Motel 2006) produced by David Permut, Steve Bing and Miranda Freiberg. Teen must see movie like this because it have lot to hare with them.