Allison Pill, Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Brandon Routh, Chris Evans, Edgar Wright, Ellen Wong, Hot Fuzz, Jason Schwartzman, Johnnie Simmons, Keita Saito, Kieran Culkin, Mae Whitman, Mark Webber, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Michael Cera, Satya Bhabha, Scott Pilgrim vs.The World, Shaun of the Dead, Shota Saito, Universal Studios Wow, so I don’t even know where to start. THE WORLD starts with an 8-bit bang and doesn’t really stop for it’s entire running time.I don’t know if the comic book material is this good, or if it was just tailor made for Edgar Wright (HOT FUZZ, SHAUN OF THE DEAD), but he kicked lots of ass with this movie; and we got to see a number of hipsters explode into Canadian money.I feel like saying, “I love this movie” and have that be all for this. The story here is about Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) is a normal, slacker hipster that is now dating a seventeen year old.He’s taunted by his friends, roommate, sister and everyone else.
In the quirky comedy's second series, Jess (Zooey Deschanel) tries to find a new career after she's laid off from her teaching job.She also starts dating a handsome doctor, but her increasingly close friendship with roommate Nick (Jake Johnson) leads to romantic complications.Meanwhile, Cece (Hannah Simone) learns that time may be running out for her to have children naturally, so she begins aggressively seeking a suitable Indian husband—much to the dismay of Schmidt (Max Greenfield), who's still in love with her; and Winston (Lamorne Morris) experiences ups and downs in his career and love life.New Girl is the rare mainstream sitcom that's exceedingly at ease in discussing race, largely because it acknowledges the characters' well-meaning, flawed views, and plays them for eye rolls and laughs.The 42-year-old cookbook author and Chatwal, whose properties include the Dream Hotels, were first seen in courtside seats together at MSG for the Knicks/Nets game in December, New York Post reported.We could beat around the bush, but it's the first day back after a Bank Holiday Monday, so we'll just tell you that the second trailer for Edgar Wright's Scott Pilgrim Vs The World is now online, and it's all kinds of awesome.The trailer was released online after the film notched up 100,000 followers on Facebook, but that's not important right now.What is important is that it gives us more of a sense of the film's story: slacker Scott (Michael Cera) falls in love with mysterious Amazon delivery girl Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and starts dating her, only to discover he must fight her seven evil exes in order to fully win her heart.We also get more of a glimpse at the evil exes, including Chris Evans, Brandon Routh, British actor Satya Bhabha and Jason Schwartzman, and our first look at Scott's gay roommate Wallace (Kieran Culkin, looking like he might just steal the movie) and his rocking band, Sex Bob-omb.But there's no doubt that the trailer serves, first and foremost, as an introduction to Scott, the sometimes flaky Canadian slacker. After all, Cera has been on the back end of a critical backlash of late, but in Pilgrim he seems to have added some new strings to his diffident bow. We also get much more of a sense of the droll rat-a-tat one-liners that will pepper the movie, and also its videogame-inspired visual style, with Scott powering up during fights and even, at one point, grabbing an extra life icon.Wright is clearly going for broke here, creating a unique melange of film and videogame grammar that is quite unlike anything we've seen.