Between Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and The World’s End, Wright has crafted a canon that’s the apex of fanboydom.
We'd watch it.
The Academy has announced the seven titles it will consider for the Visual Effects category.
She has the thrashing power of Keith Moon, the beat-keeping acumen of Meg White, and the gesticular wit of Johnny Cash.
It's animated in the style of the graphic novel and voiced by the actors in the movie.
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Is 'The Expendables' just the latest search-engine-optimized movie?
We've gone back through film history and done the self-esteem-depleting work of researching cinema's most iconic and evil boyfriends.
And it becomes an impromptu music video.
The movie stays remarkably faithful to the source material.
They're on local news, doing the weather.
With songs from Beck, Frank Black, and Broken Social Scene.
Click the screen to make stuff happen.
"Cera is a superhero for an indecisive generation, which might work if the disjunction were played for satire."
Which remake "might not be terrible"?
It's a bonus track available for purchase now.
Beware: This is a nerdy one.
Michael Sera versus Chris Evans.
How well has director Edgar Wright captured the visual grammar of Bryan Lee O'Malley's comics? Pretty damn well, we'd say.
This looks awesome.
Guess what the last comic-book adaptation Kevin Smith loved was?
Beck will contribute the music for Sex Bob-omb, the garage band in which Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) plays bass.
Webber talks about singing for Nigel Godrich, Michael Cera expanding his horizons, and dealing with harsh reviews.
See six pages from the indie-rock comics cult hit that's the basis for Michael Cera's new movie.
Plus: Michael Cera finally has enemies.