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After Scott Pilgrim vs. the World underperformed last fall, pundits politely asked Michael Cera to try something a little bit out of his hoodie-nerd wheelhouse. Would you accept a movie shot in an entirely different language? Cera’s friend, director Miguel Arteta, told The Playlist that the actor is currently studying Spanish for his next project, an untitled Chilean film that will be directed by Sebastian Silva (The Maid). “He’s spending five hours a day learning Spanish,” said Arteta. “He follows his own heart.”
Michael Cera is reportedly set to play himself in an indie drama, written and directed by Mark Webber.The Scott Pilgrim Vs The World star will appear as a “heightened version of himself”, alongside Amanda Seyfried, Shannyn Sossamon and Jason Ritter, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The as-yet-untitled movie, currently in production in Los Angeles, will focus on a struggling single dad (played by Mark) and his relationship with his two-year-old son – who will be portrayed by Mark’s own son of the same age.
“That’s the crux of the film. After spending so much time with my son being a father, I became obsessed with the idea of showing the most authentic father-son dynamic on screen,” Mark told The Hollywood Reporter.
“It’s been really cool and eye-opening to limit the exposure to my son but create the scenes and moments that seem realistically uncomfortable.”
The celebrities are his real friends. Mark, whose biggest screen credit is a small role in Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, said: “I’m getting them to show a real side of who they are and smash that up with people’s expectations of celebrity.”
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Up For Visual Effects Oscar?
Edgar Wright’s ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ is in contention for the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, being named in the final seven ahead of the shortlist of five announced later this month.
‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ is among seven films in contention for an Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects.
The geeky comedy – about a young man (Michael Cera) who must fight off the seven evil ex-partners of a girl he has fallen in love with – has made the final long-list for the category alongside ‘Alice in Wonderland’, ‘Inception’ and ‘Tron: Legacy’.
The list still has to be put down to five nominations, but the seven will be viewed by members of the Academy’s visual effects branch on January 20 ahead of the final shortlist announcement on January 25.
The other films in the list include ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’, Clint Eastwood’s ‘Hereafter’ and ‘Iron Man 2′, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’ – which was directed by Edgar Wright and saw star turns from Cera, Kieran Culkin and Jason Schwartzman – was well received by critics upon its release in August 2010, and has made $47.5 million world.
During a press event built around Pilgrim’s DVD release, the soft-spoken Canadian told AskMen about his experience on Hot Fuzz director Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim and what the Development movie might be like.
What brought you to Wright’s off-beat comic book adaptation, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World?
Michael Cera : I loved the comics. I’d read the first few that had already come out by then. And I was aware of how great Edgar’s movies were. When I met with Edgar in Toronto, he told me then he wanted to do it with me. Not the film — he wanted to do it with me sexually. That was really exciting. We did it. Four years went by. When the project came around again, I couldn’t say no because I was deeply committed to him emotionally. And he told me he really enjoyed how my body looked. So I agreed to anything he wanted to do.
What was your reaction when Scott Pilgrim came out following all of the hype?
MC : I saw it for the first time at Comic-Con this past year with fans of the graphic novel, so it was a really great crowd. It played like a rock concert — it was very emotional. When I watched the movie, I can remember everything that was happening on set during the shooting. It gets me emotional every time. In fact, I always tell the person next to me when I’m watching it now, “If you hear me start crying, just wake me up, please.”
Scott Pilgrim asked you to be an unlikely action star. What was you reaction when you saw the result?
MC : We trained for months to do the fight scenes. But then we went away and shot other material for a month. So when we finally had to get into shooting the fight scenes it was so funny because we had to realize “it’s going to happen.” It was intense to get back into it and to find that training again. When I saw it all on screen, my reaction was the same as yours: “Wow. That’s Michael Cera.”
In previous reports, you originally denied that an Arrested Development film was in the works. But the movie has now been officially announced. Can you share any insights on it?
MC : The delays were all about scheduling, I think between [Jason Bateman], [Will Arnett], me and the others. While I don’t think all of the I’s are dotted and T’s crossed, I’m up for it. I want to do it. But now that it looks good, we’re not allowed to talk about it.
Clip from the Edgar Wright directed movie, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World which you’ll be able to see on the Blu-ray and DVD.
Scott Pilgrim stars Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Chris Evans, Bill Hader and Brie Larson who we get to see in this new clip. Larson plays Envy Adams in fictious band, Clash at Demonhead in the movie and whether she’s actually singing in this clip or not is debatable but nonetheless, she’s looking good singing a song which is titled Black Sheep by Metric. It is interspliced with the graphic novel characters (the evil exes) on which the movie is based.