• Movies/Entertainment

    Ohhh, look…Slew of 'Lucas Lee' Posters

    I was reading Empire Online and was happy to see this little post from earlier this month. If you hadn’t seen Scott Pilgrim vs The World yet, calm down, yes that is Chris Evans, no he hasn’t changed his name and no, there really isn’t a slew of Chris Evans films you missed. These are fictitious posters used to advertise fictional character Lucas Lee very fictitiously in the fictional Scott Pilgrim (yup, I just used fictitious four times…I’m pretty awesome). After looking at them all they’re pretty goofy but still kinda neat. Anyway, have a look at the rest…

  • Movies/Entertainment

    Ohhh, look…Slew of ‘Lucas Lee’ Posters

    I was reading Empire Online and was happy to see this little post from earlier this month. If you hadn’t seen Scott Pilgrim vs The World yet, calm down, yes that is Chris Evans, no he hasn’t changed his name and no, there really isn’t a slew of Chris Evans films you missed. These are fictitious posters used to advertise fictional character Lucas Lee very fictitiously in the fictional Scott Pilgrim (yup, I just used fictitious four times…I’m pretty awesome). After looking at them all they’re pretty goofy but still kinda neat. Anyway, have a look at the rest…

  • Movies/Entertainment,  Reviews

    G-S-T Review…Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

    As this is pretty much the trend with all upcoming comic book films that aren’t Marvel or DC properties, I have not read the source material for Scott Pilgrim. Basically I just didn’t know about it. Did I miss the boat? No. These days, when filmmakers shoot these adaptations they (thankfully) take the mentality of moviegoers like myself into account. So with that said, I didn’t know squat about Scott Pilgrim but Edgar Wright (read Genius) made me feel like I’d been a fan of the comic all along. PLOT: Now I know this isn’t justifiable since I haven’t seen Inception yet, but my current opinion is that Scott Pilgrim vs.…