Shaun of the Dead, The World’s End and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World director Edgar Wright has been tapped by Sony to helm Grasshopper Jungle, an adaptation of the YA novel by Andrew Smith, the Hollywood Reporter writes out of the San Diego Comic-Con. Wright, who recently left Marvel’s Ant-Man over creative differences in May, […]
Don't forget about those old action heroes (or be like me and never forgive the first one for opening up against Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World). It's Comic Con, so POSTERS. They're colorful and they're based on pop art and they has all your favorite old men on them. Show More Summary
Hall H Casualties week continues with the saddest one of them all.
A new graphic novel from the creator of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Seconds is about a successful young chef who suddenly comes upon magical mushrooms, which let her go back in time to correct her mistakes. Preview here (pdf).
When Edgar Wright left Ant-Man, a lot of excitement for the film went out the door with him. His involvement is what made the project so appealing in the first place. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World showed the director isn’t interested in making a run-of-the-mill comic book movie, but doing something fresh, new, and its own thing. Show More Summary
There's not that much about video games or comic books in Seconds, the new graphic novel from the creator of the much-loved Scott Pilgrim series. And it's one of the best things about Bryan Lee O'Malley's ambitious new creation. Read more...
Each week, Big Issues focuses on newly released comic books of significance. This week, it’s Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley (Scott Pilgrim) with colors by Nathan Fairbairn (Batman Incorporated, Swamp Thing). O’Malley’s first major comics...Show More Summary
The 'Scott Pilgrim' cartoonist releases his highly anticipated follow-up.
The problem, you would think, with creating the single greatest slacker-nerd fantasy of a generation is how you follow it up. "Get a little older, and draw the ever-loving shit out of it" isn't a bad answer. Read more...
In his follow-up to "Scott Pilgrim," the artist sparks a new direction with a time-warping fairy tale restaurant drama with new story skills and collaborators.
There's no doubt that Marvel fans and cinephiles were pretty annoyed that Edgar Wright had stepped away from the Phase Three comic book title Ant-Man. The Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World director was a big part of the...Show More Summary
Random House AN IMAGE FROM SECONDS, the new graphic novel from Scott Pilgrim author Bryan Lee O'Malley. Paul Constant "Tomorrow, I'll be stopping by Drinking Liberally at the Roanoke Tavern at 8 pm. Thursday, I'm looking forward to the API Flying Bookshelf launch party at the Eastern Cafe. Show More Summary
It doesn’t get much cooler than Scott Pilgrim, so among Oni Press’ plans for Comic-Con 2014 are a couple of choice Pilgrim items: Scott Pilgrim Volume 5: Evil and Collectors Editions – the Evil Edition has bonus content unavailable elsewhere, and the Collector’s Edition half-a-dozen extra bonuses – including a pair of Kim Pine drumsticks! […]
More than 10 years after the first Scott Pilgrim book came out, O'Malley is back with Seconds, his first new graphic novel since the series ended.
Got A Girl, the collaborative project between actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Dan “The Automator” Nakamura, might seem like it came out of nowhere, but it really didn’t. The pair crossed paths working on 2010’s Scott Pilgrim Vs.Show More Summary
not sure why I ended up with it in my bookmarks, but there are few days that couldn't be made better by checking out an early Kevin Huizenga comic. Joe Gordon on Scott Pilgrim Color Volume One. J. Caleb Mozzocco on The Star Wars and the future of Wonder Woman. Ryan Parker profiles Creep Highway (Michael DeForge, Patrick Kyle). Show More Summary
Guys and girls need to step up their game because no one is hitting on Anna Kendrick. The Pitch Perfect star, who was nominated for a Tony at a young age, and broke out on the screen in hits like Up in the Air, Scott Pilgrim, and 50/50 is getting a lot of attention these
It was announced in April that A&E has given the greenlight "The Returned". Today, Deadline reveals that Smashed and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World star Mary Elizabeth Winstead is set to headline the new original scripted drama series. Also joining the cast are Agnes Bruckner ("Private Practice") and Sandrine Holt ("House of Cards").
(NSFW: Language) Tony Zhou is back with another great breakdown of a filmmaker’s style and technique. This time he looks at Edgar Wright’s (Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) creative efficiency in delivering humor.
If you've had trouble putting into words what it is that Edgar Wright, director of "Shaun Of The Dead", "Scott Pilgrim", and "The World's End," does that makes his movies so deliciously funny, you're in luck. Tony Zhou does it for you...Show More Summary