Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Returns To Theaters With Various Improvements
The 2010 film is coming back to theaters in North America in April--watch the trailer.
Big-name movie director Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim vs. The World movie is coming back to theaters in North America with sound and picture updates to celebrate the film's 10th anniversary. Wright himself announced the re-release on Twitter, saying it's been in the works for a long time.
The new version will debut in cinemas starting April 30. Wright said the film will look and sound better than ever thanks to advancements from Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. You can check out the 10th anniversary trailer below and follow this link to buy tickets.
So, this has long been in the works #ScottPilgrim fans, but I'm pleased to say that in North America on April 30th, the film will come back to the big screen, looking and sounding better than ever in @DolbyCinema, Watch the epic new trailer & get tickets: https://t.co/Jiy4OoY6vQ pic.twitter.com/gOK5QapLLI— edgarwright (@edgarwright) March 24, 2021
In a follow-up tweet, Wright clarified that the new Dolby updates for Scott Pilgrim were supervised by the original sound mixer, Julian Slater, while the original colorist Stephen Nakamura, DP Bill Pope, and editor Paul Machliss all contributed to the re-release as well, along with Wright himself. The director also re-confirmed that a 4K Blu-ray version of Scott Pilgrim is still in the works, but it doesn't have a release date yet.
This new #DolbyVision & #DolbyAtmos version was supervised by the original team of sound mixer Julian Slater, colorist Stephen Nakamura, DP Bill Pope, myself and editor Paul Machliss. And yes, a 4K Ultra HD Blu Ray is coming soon too (street date TBA).— edgarwright (@edgarwright) March 24, 2021
Scott Pilgrim is based on the Bryan Lee O'Malley graphic comic. The film stars Michael Cera as Scott Pilgrim, with Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Ramona. The rest of the ensemble cast includes Anna Kendrick, Jason Schwartzman, Kieran Culkin, Chris Evans, and Aubrey Plaza.
It was Wright's first movie after Hot Fuzz. He went on to direct The World's End and Baby Driver. Wright was originally attached to direct Ant-Man before being replaced by Peyton Reed.
In other Scott Pilgrim news, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game's remastered edition is out now.
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