Michael Cera is revealing he had “a lot enjoyable” filming 2010’s Scott Pilgrim vs. the World that it was troublesome for him as soon as manufacturing wrapped.
In an interview with GQ, posted on YouTube Wednesday, the Barbie actor mentioned whereas it was an extended shoot for the Edgar Wright-directed film, spending round 9 months on set, he had such a good time along with his fellow castmembers.
“We simply had the best vibe with all people,” he recalled. “I believe that trickled down from Edgar and the vitality that he was creating. All of us acquired to rehearse collectively and spend a whole lot of time collectively earlier than we even began making the film.”
Within the movie, based mostly on the graphic novel collection Scott Pilgrim by Bryan Lee O’Malley, Cera’s Scott Pilgrim, a bass guitarist for a garage-rock band, should battle his new girlfriend’s seven evil exes to win her coronary heart and a contest for a file deal.
The Superbad actor mentioned that by the tip of the filming, he felt like, “That is my world, that is my group of buddies” and hoped it was “all the time going to be this fashion.” However as soon as he realized that everybody was going their very own technique to work on different tasks, he admitted that he “was a bit depressed.”
“All of it simply goes away, and also you’re like, ‘The place did all people go?’” the actor added.
As he acquired older, he began to just accept that it was simply how the business works. However Cera mentioned he was nonetheless “unhappy to lose it” and “might have saved making that [Scott Pilgrim vs. the World] perpetually, regardless that it was exhausting.”
On Wednesday, a brand new teaser dropped for Scott Pilgrim Takes Off, an upcoming Netflix animated collection. The solid of the 2010 film additionally returned to voice their unique roles within the anime, together with Cera. The present’s eight episodes drop Nov. 17 on Netflix.