SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD’s Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman Vs. Atlanta Weather Reporting

     August 10, 2010


I don’t really watch Good Day Atlanta (well, except for this) but I should have been watching this morning as Scott Pilgrim vs. The World stars Michael Cera and Jason Schwartzman provided a report on our awful hot and humid weather.  Cera and Schwartzman also contended with an aggressive graphic involving a school bus.  It’s funny stuff and I’m not just saying that because it took place in my hometown.

But if you are in my hometown of Atlanta, you should leave work/school/prison/etc. and head over to Criminal Records for an in-store Scott Pilgrim vs. The World signing with Cera, Schwartzman, and co-writer/director Edgar Wright at 3 PM.  So you best get going now because I the line will be long, but certainly worth the wait.  Bring water and a hat because the weather outside is abysmal.

Check out Cera and Schwartzman’s weather report after the jump. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World opens this Friday.

Video via Edgar Wright’s official website.

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