Ten years ago, Edgar Wright unleashed his third movie upon the world: Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World – a pop culture firecracker bursting with epic fights, 8-bit video game stylings, garage rock fuzz and a then-largely-unknown ensemble that spent the next decade conquering Hollywood. As it turned out, The World wasn’t quite ready for Scott Pilgrim at the time – but though it wasn’t the financial smash many hoped for, it became an instant cult classic for its quotable dialogue, wild genre mash-ups, and groundbreaking filmmaking techniques. To mark one decade of Wright’s adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s beloved graphic novels, read Empire’s original Scott Pilgrim feature from 2010 – going on set in Toronto, talking to Wright, O’Malley, Michael Cera, Chris Evans, Jason Schwartzman, and producer Nira Park.


This will be screened at our pop-up drive-in at Tailgaters parking at 225 Talleyrand Ave. Tickets are $20 a car not $20 a person.