Scott Pilgrim becomes an anime for Netflix: the cast of the film returns

Scott Pilgrim becomes an anime for Netflix: the cast of the film returns

Scott Pilgrim becomes an anime for Netflix

Looks like the 2010 cast will reunite to work on Scott Pilgrim the Anime, which you can check out in the recent trailer released by Netflix. So the faces that made the story known on the big screen are preparing for a big comeback, albeit this time in a totally different visual format than in the past.

Scott Pilgrim the anime: Netflix releases the trailer involving the entire cast of the film

--> Titled Scott Pilgrim The Anime, nothing is shown yet in the Netflix trailer outside of various returns in terms of cast and direction like: Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winsted, Satya Bhabha, Kieran Culkin, Anna Kendrick, Chris Evans and Brie Larson. In addition Edgar Wright , director of the film released in 2010, will work as executive producer of the series, supported by Bryan Lee O'Malley and BenDavid Grabinski (the creators of the graphic novel ), also screenwriters and showrunners, all with the means of the Japanese studio Science SARU.

Based on what was reported by CBR (via Deadline ) Wright anticipated that the new project will delve into the previous narrative dynamics, also focusing on more specific details:

Bryan Lee O'Malley, the original creator of the comic, together with writer BenDavid Grabinski, have created a Scott Pilgrim anime series that not only expands the universe, but also… well, just watch it.

These comments are followed by those of Eunyoung Choi, President and CEO of Science SARU that:

This series has been a wild ride, filled with fresh and thrilling experiences for everyone at Science SARU . Working with such amazing artists and animators under the visionary guidance of director Abel Gongora has been an absolute dream come true. Our team is over the moon bringing the world of Scott Pilgrim to life.

--> We remind you that Scott Pilgrim's graphic novels were originally published between 2004 and 2010 as a series of six black and white volumes (you can find them on Amazon ), then followed by some projects that have massified their communication potential with general public.