Could a ‘Scott Pilgrim’ Sequel Happen? Mary Elizabeth Winstead Has Some Ideas

by Jeremy Spirogis
Mary Elizabeth Winstead at the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards.

Could Scott Pilgrim vs. The World be considered a cult classic? Sure; it performedn’t really strike with a major market back 2010. However, it could never be so “cult” today; in the event that you bring the film as much as anybody today, chances are you’ll get a rather enthused reaction to it. The film meshes an imaginative script with crazy, out-of-this-world video gaming cartoon but still handles to possess lots of heart. Even though it’s already been very nearly ten years, could there ever before be a sequel? Ramona Flowers believes it may occur. 

Mary Elizabeth Winstead at the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead during the 2017 MTV Movie and television Awards | Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

Mary Elizabeth Winstead (aka Ramona Flowers) is down for a sequel

While promoting her brand new motion picture, Birds of Prey, Comicbook.com asked Mary Elizabeth Winstead in regards to the potential for a sequel occurring 10 many years later on, in sort of “Where are they now?” scenario. Winstead, whom played the uber-cool Ramona Flowers, is really so willing to do it. 

“You know what, I think that would be so cool,” she stated about a sequel to Scott Pilgrim. “I would be so curious to know what happened to these characters when they’re in their mid-30s as opposed to the sort of 20 slacker thing. So I think it would be really interesting.” 

The movie finished with Scott and Ramona going down to the great unknown through the Subspace home after he defeated all seven of her wicked exes. All the figures had been inside their very early 20s, as she stated, and extremely had been clueless in life. It’s a little hard to imagine Scott Pilgrim as an adult, practical person, but that will also make a sequel even more fascinating.  

“We always talked about a sequel when we were doing it, but we always imagined it would be like, still like a year later,” Winstead proceeded. “Where are they? But I think it’s way more fascinating to know where they’d be 10 years later. I’m down for it.”

However, director Edgar Wright ended up beingn’t also yes about this

Digital Spy expected manager Edgar Wright exactly the same thing, but back 2010 as soon as the motion picture had been only developing. He ended up beingn’t as willing to do a sequel in those days as Winstead has become. He reported it would all rely on Brian Lee O’Malley, the creator for the visual books the film is dependent on. However, the show is completed, for the present time, while the film handled on all six amounts in certain way.

“So there really isn’t more story to tell,” Wright stated. “I don’t know, it probably wouldn’t happen anyway, I mean if there was anything more to do with it, it would be to do like an anime version of the books with the voice cast and stuff. That would probably be fun.” He also stated that he’d probably want to make brand new tales, in place of emphasizing people through the previous. 

The cast of ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ proceeded doing amazing things

Regardless of just what the story might be about, a sequel to Scott Pilgrim vs. The World will be an enormous motion picture. Not simply because the “cult” after for the movie is clearly very huge today, but also because literally each and every star within the initial movie has actually inflated for some reason or any other. 

Let’s reminisce on exactly how stacked the cast for the motion picture had been. First, there’s Michael Cera, which does not require a lot of description. Winstead proceeded to complete lots of well-known flicks and programs, and it is today the main DC world as Huntress in Birds of Prey. Her wicked exes included Chris Evans (now Captain America), Mae Whitman (Good Girls), and Brandon Routh (whom proceeded to try out Superman twice, and it is part of DC within the Arrowverse program Legends of Tomorrow). Scott’s ex-girlfriend Envy Adams had been played by Brie Larson, today Captain Marvel, along with his sis had been played by Anna Kendrick (Twilight, Pitch Perfect). Not to say the hilarious Aubrey Plaza played Julie Powers and Kieran Culkin had been the scene-stealing Wallace Wells. 

Basically, a Scott Pilgrim vs. The World sequel is the motion picture occasion for the ten years. It sounds much better the more you might think about it. 

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