sorry I’ve been MIA. there’s really not much news though. here’s a cute pic i found (via midnightframe)
just wanted to put it out there that if you have a fan photo with ellen, please submit to the site using the button on the right! i’m sure she’d love to see them. thanks.
Ellen Wong and Mary Elizabeth Winstead talk to Mike Sampson at JoBlo.com about character development for the film, “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” and their experience at Comic-Con.
Also, Mary Elizabeth Winstead is now on Twitter.
Ellen Wong and Mary Elizabeth Winstead talk to Digital Spy about their roles in the film “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”
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Ellen Wong talks to Eric Eisenberg about her wardrobe on the set of “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”
Did each of you like your look in the film. Ellen, your look changes and Mary, you change hair but did you like the look or keep anything from the wardrobe?
E: I got to keep some of the clothes from my wardrobe but that was because there was this little joke in the costume department that my look was really boring because I was always wearing a hoodie and jeans on the set so they gave me some of Knives’ clothes and said ‘Try to wear some of this’. It’s cool because I cut off twelve inches of my hair for the role and I also wore a wig too so I definitely went through a lot of different changes. The look of the character coincides with what she’s feeling on the inside too which is cool. You see so much change in her and that’s pretty much what she’s going through on the inside too; trying to figure out where she fits in, what works, what doesn’t. I think she gets it in the end. I really do.
Click on the photo for the full interview with Ellen Wong and Mary Elizabeth Winstead on Cineblend.
Jim Ferguson interviews Ellen Wong and Mary Elizabeth Winstead for ReelRave.com
This video is from the “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” video blog on Vimeo that was shot during the production of the film. Director, Edgar Wright, talks narrates through shooting the final battle scene in the Chaos Theater.
For you Ellen fans, skip to 1:42 where Ellen shows off her bruises, which she affectionately calls her “badges” :)
Ellen Wong and Mary Elizabeth Winstead talk with Empire about having fun with fight training and playing their respective parts in “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” at the Scott Pilgrim Experience outside of Comic-Con 2010.