Scott Pilgrim better keep in shape, because his upcoming battle against the world now has an official August release date.
Universal Pictures has updated the release date for director Edgar Wright’s “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World,” based on the Oni Press graphic novel series by Bryan Lee O’Malley. The film is now set to bow in theaters on August 13, 2010, featuring Michael Cera in the title role alongside a host of other notable actors including Brandon Routh, Jason Schwartzman, Chris Evans and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Here is the video of Anna talking about Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World at Golden Globes for MTV:
MTV interviewed Anna at Golden Globes and she talked about her upcoming film Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World:
“I’ve seen it. It’s awesome,” said Kendrick when asked if she’s been one of the lucky few to have screened the film. “There’s nothing to compare it to. It’s like the energy from ‘Ferris Bueller’ and the action from ‘Kill Bill.’ It’s amazing.”
Anna was at The Hour with George Stromboulopoulos about one month ago. Here is a video of the show and some great quality caps:
Thanks to Ashley we just added a couple of beautiful Anna HQs from various appearances:
Site is ready included all pages that I’m linking right now at the header! To celebrate this we had an awesome new layout by the most talented designer Shawn! I’m so impressed with the result! This shot of Anna is one of my most favorites, I really hope you like it too.
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Just found a really awesome interview with Anna talking about all her projects. Read bellow:
As the seemingly sure-of-herself Natalie in Jason Reitman’s Up in the Air, Anna Kendrick strides into George Clooney’s office and walks out with the whole picture. You could call it a breakout role, except the 24-year-old has quietly amassed a resume full of them: from a Tony nomination at age 12, to a bravura role in the Sundance hit Rocket Science, to a small part in a very big franchise, Twilight.
Kendrick’s Up in the Air character makes her living by firing people, but in Movieline’s extensive interview with her, I thought I’d explore the flipside. Over the next few pages, Kendrick takes you on an exploration of how she won every pivotal part in her career, and what each role meant to her as an actress. It’s the story of one of Hollywood’s brightest new talents.
LOS ANGELES, CA: DGA President Taylor Hackford announced today that Carl Reiner will return as host for the 62nd Annual Directors Guild of America Awards. This year will mark the 22nd time Reiner has hosted the DGA Awards, which will take place on Saturday, January 30, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles.
Anna is one of the confirmed presenters! Check the full list here.
Just found some candids of Anna leaving Ago restaurant after a night at the SAG Awards and some older ones:
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