‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’ DVD/Blu-ray Details

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When Kick-Ass came out earlier this year, people thought it was THE cool movie of 2010, but then Scott Pilgrim vs. the World came along and gave Kick-Ass a run for its cool-cred money. The box office might not have been too kind to Mr. Pilgrim (it didn’t even make its money back) but both fans and critics were.

Scott Pilgrim is surely one film that will be watched over and over by fans at home and by the looks of what’s on the DVD and Blu-ray, the movie itself is not the only thing worth laying down your hard-earned cash for, come its release date of November 9th.

By way of the official press release, we learn that both the Scott Pilgrim DVD and Blu-ray release have a wealth of special features for fans to sink their teeth into, including deleted scenes, bloopers and all manner of featurettes looking at the visual,  music and sound effects. You’re certainly getting a lot of bang for your buck.

Without further ado here’s the official details on what the Scott Pilgrim DVD and Blu-ray have to offer:



INSIDER DOCUMENTARIES: Making of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Music Featurette, You Too Can Be Sex Bob-Omb

ALTERNATE FOOTAGE: A special look at alternative edits to the film.

PRE-PRODUCTION: A look inside the film’s pre-production process including storyboards, pre-visualizations, animatics, motion capture tests, rehearsal footage, casting tapes, hair/make-up tests and more!

THE MUSIC OF SCOTT PILGIRM VS. THE WORLD: This feature includes four complete music videos and video remixes from legendary DJ Osymyso.

VISUAL EFFECTS: This feature takes a second look at the movie’s inventive visual effects.

SOUND WORK: A mini documentary about the creation of the film’s super-powered sonic landscape.

TRAILERS & TV SPOTS from the theatrical release of the film

ADULT SWIM™: Scott Pilgrim vs. The Animation


BEHIND-THE-SCENES PRODUCTION BLOGS from the set of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World by director /producer/ co-writer Edgar Wright.

FREE BONUS MOVIE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY: Blu-ray Combo Pack consumers will have instant access to stream action hits Tremors or Pitch Black via BD-Live, Smartphone or computer.

U-CONTROL: Universal’s exclusive signature feature allows viewers to delve into the making of the film with the click of the remote without ever leaving the movie — STORYBOARD PICTURE-IN-PICTURE

POCKET BLU™ APP: USHE’s groundbreaking pocket BLU™ app uses iPhone®, iPod® touch, iPad™, Blackberry®, Nokia® Android™, PC and Macintosh to work seamlessly with a network-connected Blu-ray™ player and offers advanced features such as:

Advanced Remote Control: A sleek, elegant new way to operate your Blu-ray™ player. Users can navigate through menus, playback and BD-Live™ functions with ease.

Video Timeline: Users can easily bring up the video timeline, allowing them to instantly access any point in the movie

Mobile-To-Go: Users can unlock a selection of bonus content with their Blu-ray™ discs to save to their device or to stream from anywhere there’s a Wi-Fi network, enabling them to enjoy exclusive content on the go, anytime, anywhere.

Virtual Keyboard: Enter data into a Blu-ray™ player with your device’s easy and intuitive keyboard that will facilitate such Blu-ray™ features as chatting with friends and sending messages.

DIGITAL COPY OF THE FILM: Blu-ray™ consumers can download a digital version of the movie to their Mac® and or Windows® PC for a limited time only.

BD-LIVE™: Access the BD-Live™ Center through your Internet-connected player to watch the latest trailers and more.

MY SCENES: Bookmark your favorite scenes from the movie.



DELETED AND ALTERNATE SCENES with commentary from director/producer/ co-writer Edgar Wright


FEATURE COMMENTARIES: Feature Commentary with director/producer/co-writer Edgar Wright, co-writer Michael Bacall and Author Bryan Lee O’Malley; Technical Commentary with director/producer/co-writer Edgar Wright and director of photography Bill Pope; Cast commentary with Michael Cera, Jason Schwartzman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ellen Wong and Brandon Routh; Cast commentary with Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Kieran Culkin and Mark Webber

BEHIND-THE-SCENES PHOTO GALLERIES including Edgar Wright’s photo blog


GALLERIES: Production photos, art galleries and marketing concepts.

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I usually just buy the DVD of a movie rather than the Blu-ray, unless the movie itself is going to benefit from the improved picture and sound quality, or if it has more special features to offer. Scott Pilgrim certainly falls into that category, so I will definitely be getting the combo-pack. I’m particularly looking forward to seeing behind-the-scenes featurettes of the visual effects work, as it was one of the most enjoyable aspects of the movie.

While I certainly wish Scott Pilgrim had performed a lot better at the box office, I can completely understand why it didn’t.

The studio really went all out with the marketing for the movie, releasing promo after promo for it online, in particular. However, as films like Grindhouse and Snakes on a Plane have previously shown us, there is a larger audience out there who don’t check up on daily movie news via the Web. From the start this graphic novel wasn’t a known property like Spider-Man or Batman, so name recognition (on a wide scale) wasn’t really there.

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Above all Scott Pilgrim by nature (the quirky reference-heavy dialogue, the odd visuals, the outlandish characters) only appeal to a select audience (however passionate they are) and the promos evidently didn’t help to persuade many newcomers.

Hopefully Scott Pilgrim finds its true home on DVD/Blu-ray – most of those who saw it (myself included) were and still are singing its praises.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World hits DVD and Blu-ray on November 9th, 2010.

Source: Universal

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  1. I loved that movie! Great ill probly get the combo pack,but im sad it didnt get its money back that means no part 2 :(

    • Hey Hipster,

      Don’t give up hope of another Scott P. movie being made. If the DVD/rental sales are strong the movie studio will make a part two. Remember the first Austin Powers movie came out it did horrible at the box office. The studio made Austin Powers 2 do to the fact of strong DVD and rental sales of the original.

      • You guys are morons… there is not gonna be a sequel because that is the end of the story that was made… if u read the comic it ends at the end of the movie that is it…

  2. Coming to a $5 bin near you…

  3. “Tremors” and “Pitch Black?” Any answer as to why those two movies? Who will want to watch them for a limited time when you have a Blu-Ray chalk full amazing-sounding special features?

  4. This was a fantastic movie, ranking it amongst the other flicks I’ve seen so far this year I’d say it’s second only to Inception.

    I’m a little ticked at the lack of DVD features compaired to Bluray. I guess there’s no chance of a special edition DVD, eh? Looks like I’ll have to bite the bullet and get me a BluRay player

  5. I loved this movie. Definitely buying the BD.

  6. I cant wait to see this movie again,it left the theaters so quickly *sigh*

  7. Awesome, and it comes out the week after Toy Story 3 comes on DVD!
    So already there’s two of the best films of the year coming out.

  8. Jose
    I think we both have the same taste in movies! :D

  9. “They make movies in Toronto?”

    My favourite line from the film.

  10. The movie was great. Next to Inception this was the best I’ve seen in theaters this year.

    I just wish some the book was put into the film such as Lisa and showing the Nega Scott as an antagonist and the subspace subpot that makes Gideon into a giant monster boss and having the whole complication between Scott and the people he’s dated. Could’ve gone in that, but there’s not to complain about the movie was still good regardless and faithful.

    (BUT STILL!)

  11. I’m not really sure if this is my bag..BABY!! Sorry got the Austin Power reference up there..seriously though..I really am not sure if this is for me..might be too niche for my tastes..

    Is it worth buying if I enjoyed other less popular fare like Kick-Ass and the Losers or is it nothing like those…What can I use as a gauge to risk spending my 20-25 bucks on it?

  12. @ Salo

    Austin Powers : International Man of Mystery cost 16 million to prodoce and made 68 million in box office..so it made back four times its production budget..any movie that does that will spawn sequels..it was a solid mid-level hit that resonated extremely well on the home market too..it would have got the sequel regardless of how well it did on video..doing well on the home market helped to insure that the 2nd and 3rd installments would perform much stronger than the first in theaters..

  13. Scott Pilgrim cost 60 million to produce and has made 43 million so far..it’s gonna have to make a helluva lot on the home market to get a sequel because this film has caused the studio to lose a lot of cash..

  14. Thats why theres no sequel :(

  15. Awesome, there are a lot of good movies coming out around then. Between this, Toy Story 3, and (maybe?) Inception, it’ll be nice to see these again, but at home.

    I don’t really think there is any real need for a sequel though. The movie ended on a fine note without any substantial loose ends that I could see.

    • There wont be a sequel for this. The intention of the movie is obviously to follow the books, so the end of the comics = the end of the movie. I sincerely doubt that O’Malley would want to add on all the extra content of a sequel, meaning it would essentially lead to a filler cash grab.

      I loved the movie, my favorite this year, and saw it twice in theaters. I’ll be buying the combo pack when it comes out, but I for one hope they never even CONSIDER a sequel.

      This movie is perfect the way it is – don’t ruin it with a pointless sequel.

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