Opening this Friday is writer/director Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. As I’ve said many times, I think Scott Pilgrim is one of the best films of the year and a classic in every sense of the word. Over the past week, we’ve been posting roundtable interviews with Mark Webber/Alison Pill, Brandon Routh/Satya Bhabha, Mary Elizabeth Winstead/Ellen Wong, director Edgar Wright and Kieran Culkin/Aubrey Plaza.
On top of the print interviews, we got to talk to most of the cast and director Edgar Wright on camera. Since the interviews were done the day after Comic-Con, I spent most of the time talking about the awesome “Scott Pilgrim Experience” that Universal set up outside the Convention and what was it like being at Comic-Con. Also, during my interview with Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Ramona Flowers) and Ellen Wong (Knives Chau) we talked about some of the challenges of filming the movie and did either of them actually make t-shirts for the fans. Hit the jump to see what they had to say:
Finally, if you’d like to watch some movie clips from Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, click here.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Ellen Wong
- Did they feel all the positive energy at Comic-Con for the movie
- How long was the shoot and what were some of the challenges they had to overcome
- Did either of them actually make any t-shirts at Comic-Con for the fans
- Which one did they make for themselves