Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Trailer for Dolby Cinema Re-Release

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Scott Pilgrim vs the World Trailer for Dolby Atmos Re-Release

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Trailer for Dolby Cinema Re-Release

Edgar Wright and Dolby Cinema just announced that a never-before-seen version of Universal Pictures’ 2010 hit cult classic Scott Pilgrim vs. The World will be coming to theaters on April 30. The film has been reimagined in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos and will play exclusively at Dolby Cinema locations in the U.S. for one week only. Check out the trailer in the player below!

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“Scott Pilgrim vs. The World was designed for the big screen and for the best sound systems,” said Edgar Wright, the film’s director, producer and co-screenwriter. “To be able to see it with the best specs is obviously any filmmaker’s dream. You want people to see it as good as it could possibly be. I suspect that if you’re a fan of the movie, you’re going to get such a kick out of seeing it like this.”

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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World starred Michael Cera as Scott Pilgrim, a young man who falls hard for Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s Ramona Flowers. But to win Ramona’s heart, Scott has to face her seven evil exes, including Lucas Lee (Chris Evans), Todd Ingram (Brandon Routh), Roxy Richter (Mae Whitman), and Gideon Graves (Jason Schwartzman). Alison Brie also appears as Scott’s evil ex, Envy Adams, alongside Alison Pill as Kim Pine, Aubrey Plaza as Julie Powers, Kieran Culkin as Wallace Wells, and Ellen Wong as Knives Chau.

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The film by director Edgar Wright opened on July 27, 2010 and performed poorly at the box office, grossing $45 million on a roughly $85 million budget. It has, however, gone on to achieve cult success and is still regularly screened around the world.