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    Mar 10, 2018

    This Is What The Cast Of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" Looks Like Now

    "We are here to make you think about death and get sad and stuff!"

    Michael Cera (Scott Pilgirm)

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    Fun Fact: Cera was always the ONLY actor in mind for the role of Scott after the film's director, Edgar Wright, saw him in Arrested Development.

    Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Ramona Flowers)

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    Fun Fact: Winstead is a second cousin, three times removed, of actress Ava Gardner, through her paternal grandfather, Ambler William Winstead.

    Anna Kendrick (Stacey Pilgrim)

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    Fun Fact: Though she plays his younger sister in the film, Kendrick is actually three years older than Cera.

    Brie Larson (Envy Adams)

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    Fun Fact: Is one of only 14 female actors to have won the Academy Award, BAFTA Award, Critics' Choice Award, Golden Globe Award, and SAG Award in the same award season for the same performance.

    Kieran Culkin (Wallace Wells)

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    Fun Fact: The younger brother of Macaulay Culkin, he also appeared in both Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York as Fuller, the bed-wetting cousin.

    Alison Pill (Kim Pine)

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    Fun Fact: Pill had never played the drums before, and had to learn how to play all the songs from scratch in the two months before shooting.

    Chris Evans (Lucas Lee)

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    Fun Fact: Evan's character is a cocky stunt actor, and one of his douchey-est lines is based on a true event the director experienced. Apparently, while backstage at a concert, Wright told the lead singer he was a “big fan.” The singer responded, “Why wouldn’t you be?”

    Jason Schwartzman (Gideon Graves)

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    Fun Fact: In the original scripted ending, Schwartzman's character turned into a giant robot, but it was changed. "We thought it would look like a 'Transformers' spoof, so we ditched it," Wright noted.

    Ellen Wong (Knives Chau)

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    Fun Fact: Wong auditioned three times for the role of Knives, but finally got Wright's attention after he discovered she was a green belt in taekwondo.

    Brandon Routh (Todd Ingram)

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    Fun Fact: Best known for his role as Superman in Superman Returns, Routh once won a Halloween contest for dressing up as Superman.

    Aubrey Plaza (Julie Powers)

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    Fun Fact: Much like the characters of the film, in real life Plaza herself is named after a song, "Aubrey" by the pop/rock group Bread.

    Mae Whitman (Roxy Ritcher)

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    Fun Fact: Whitman, who plays Ramona's only female evil ex, has also played Cera's girlfriend before, in Arrested Development.

    Mark Webber (Stephen Stills)

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    Fun Fact: Wright encouraged all of the actors to try not to blink during takes, as he wanted to give the film the feel of a real life anime.

    Johnny Simmons (Young Neil)

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    Fun Fact: Simmons was offered the role of Young Neil over Facebook.

    Satya Bhabha (Matthew Patel)

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    Fun Fact: Wright didn't want any British actors in the film, as it was his first project set in North America, but he didn't learn that Bhabha was British until after he already cast him.

    Nelson Franklin (Michael Comeau)

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    Fun Fact: In the alternate ending for the film, Scott ends up with Knives instead of Ramona.

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