Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Chris Evans reunite for anime version of 'Scott Pilgrim'

The anime series is based on the graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim by Bryan Lee O’Malley, which inspired the 2010 film ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’

Updated - March 31, 2023 05:31 pm IST

Published - March 31, 2023 12:33 pm IST

Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead in ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’

Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead in ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’

Actors Michael Cera, Chris Evans and Mary Elizabeth Winstead are all set to return for the anime version of their movie Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

The anime series is based on the graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim by Bryan Lee O'Malley, reported entertainment news outlet Variety.

Filmmaker Edgar Wright had adapted the novels for the big screen in 2010 with Cera taking on the lead role.

Also Read:‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ game review: A tribute to 16-bit beat-em-ups

The story follows Scott, who meets a girl named Ramona and instantly falls in love with her. But when he meets one of her exes at a band competition, he realises that he has to deal with all seven of her exes to woo her.

Cera will voice his character in the show with Winstead returning as Ramona, Evans as Lucas Lee, Satya Bhabha as Matthew Patel, Kieran Culkin as Wallace Wells, Anna Kendrick as Stacey Pilgrim, Brie Larson as Envy Adams, Alison Pill as Kim Pine, Aubrey Plaza as Julie Powers, Brandon Routh as Todd Ingram and Jason Schwartzman as Gideon Graves.

O’Malley, who created the Scott Pilgrim graphic novel series, will co-write and executive produce the anime version along with BenDavid Grabinski. The pair will also serve as co-showrunners.

0 / 0
Sign in to unlock member-only benefits!
  • Access 10 free stories every month
  • Save stories to read later
  • Access to comment on every story
  • Sign-up/manage your newsletter subscriptions with a single click
  • Get notified by email for early access to discounts & offers on our products
Sign in

Comments

Comments have to be in English, and in full sentences. They cannot be abusive or personal. Please abide by our community guidelines for posting your comments.

We have migrated to a new commenting platform. If you are already a registered user of The Hindu and logged in, you may continue to engage with our articles. If you do not have an account please register and login to post comments. Users can access their older comments by logging into their accounts on Vuukle.