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Thursday, August 17, 2023

VIDEO: First teaser of ‘SCOTT PILGRIM’ released by Netflix

The trailer was unveiled yesterday (August 16), and comes just a few months ahead of the series’ release, which has now been confirmed for November 17 exclusively via the streaming platform.

While the trailer doesn’t give much of the show’s plot away, it features scenes identical to Edgar Wright‘s 2010 live-action film, titled Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. That film starred Michael Cera in the titular role, with supporting performances from Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Ramona Flowers. Mark Webber will return as Stephen Stills, alongside Alison Pill as Kim Pine, and Johnny Simmons as Young Neil.

Titled Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, the series (once again) follows the story of its titular character as he battles the seven deadly exes of a delivery girl named Ramona Flowers. Animation studio Science Saru (Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken, Devilman Crybaby) is handling animation duties. 

The live-action film’s full cast are also returning to voice their respective characters in the series. The cast boasts the likes of Chris Evans, Brie Larson, Brandon Routh, Keiran Culkin, Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Ellen Wong, Jason Schwartzman, Satya Bhabha and more.

In July 2020, the film’s cast reunited over Zoom in a virtual reunion hosted by Wright to celebrate the film’s anniversary and to raise money for the non-profit Water for People.

We first caught wind of the anime project last January when it was reported that Bryan Lee O’Malley, writer and creator of the Scott Pilgrim comics, would write and executive produce the series with Are You Afraid of the Dark? showrunner BenDavid Grabinski. But the party didn’t stop there because we also learned that the stars of the 2010 live-action film, like Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and Chris Evans, would be reprising their roles in the anime, with Edgar Wright, director of the film, on board as executive producer.

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