Edgar Wright‘s 2010 graphic novel adaptation ‘Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World’ cast; Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Alison Pill, Chris Evans, and the others gathered for a good cause.
The cast reunited remotely for both celebrating the film’s 10th anniversary and raising funds for a global nonprofit organization, Water for People, that aims to bring clean waters to communities in need.
The action-comedy film, written, produced, and directed by Edgar Wright, was released in August 2010 and beloved by a good number of fans. So much so that, the movie gained a cult following in a short time after release.
At the start of the reunion video, actress Alison Pill, who represented the ‘Kim Pine’ in the movie, said to inform the audiences:
“This pandemic has laid bare the huge gaps in critical infrastructure and one of the best ways to prevent the spread of disease isn’t available to over three billion people. They don’t have clean water, so they can’t wash their hands, they don’t have sanitation solutions so diseases can spread quickly.”
According to the announcement recently done, Dolby Cinema is celebrating the movie’s 10th anniversary with a theatrical re-release.
Besides, it is possible to donate through the ‘Scott Pilgrim’ page on the Water for People website.
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