Even if the location for future Comic-Con International conventions is somewhat uncertain, you can be sure that this year's show will still attract a host of comic publishers and movie studios with high-profile projects to promote. One such project is "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World," director Edgar Wright's live-action film based on Bryan Lee O'Malley's hit comic book series.
When MTV News caught up with "Scott Pilgrim" actor Jason Schwartzman on the set of his upcoming HBO series "Bored To Death," he informed us that he'll be making his first-ever trip to Comic-Con this year — and asked for some advice about how to handle the big show.
"I'm going to be doing some press for 'Scott Pilgrim' this summer," the actor told MTV News, "and going to go to Comic-Con, which I've never been to."
"I have no idea what to expect," confessed Schwartzman. "I can't even visualize it."
This year's Comic-Con International is scheduled for July 22-25 in San Diego.
While we've seen a "Scott Pilgrim" trailer and several images already, there's still much mystery surrounding Wright's eagerly anticipated adaptation. In the film, Schwartzman plays Gideon Graves, the final "evil ex" of Ramona Flowers, who Scott Pilgrim must defeat in order to win her love.
Recently, it was reported that "Scott Pilgrim" was receiving additional reshoots of several scenes — which Wright described as "icing on the cake."
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