Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation
Top

Alternative Scott Pilgrim posters

spilgrim.jpg
MICHAEL_CERA_SSX95765.jpg
AD_J_SIMMONS_WONG_SSW89447.jpg

Anything that Edgar Wright touches is destined to turn to fanboy gold. From Spaced to Shaun of the Dead to Hot Fuzz, his output has always managed to strike a chord with the most discerning of all contingents.

With the release of Scott Pilgrim Vs The World, Wright's success didn't just continue, it managed to increase. The genre-defying epic of epic epicness became an international fan favourite, especially with those who possess superior design skills.

As displayed in these alternative posters, the film's life as a cult classic has only just begun.

You can find the artists at the bottom.

Related

sh.png

Alternative Shaun of the Dead posters

Comments

More

Pixar have just released a brand new short and it's about a dog

Which means you obviously want to watch it

by Matt Tate
29 Mar 2017

Say goodbye to your pants: here's the trailer for 'IT'

Clowns are scary: fact

by Gary Ogden
29 Mar 2017

Finally, David Beckham is as ugly as the rest of us

Thank you Guy Ritchie, thank you

by Matt Tate
29 Mar 2017

7 funny things about 2017's most serious film: 'Ghost In The Shell'

Robots don't laugh, it turns out

by Gary Ogden
29 Mar 2017

The Green Ranger was kicked out of the 'Power Rangers' premiere

Mild spoiler alert: Actor Jason David Frank was accused of piracy and escorted out by security

by Tom Mendelsohn
29 Mar 2017

Watch 'The Handmaiden' for FREE with ShortList film club

Ahead of its UK release

28 Mar 2017

The new 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' trailer looks pretty decent

There's a lot of Downey Jr.

by Tom Mendelsohn
28 Mar 2017

Gary Barlow has revealed he'll be in the next Star Wars movie

Take that, Vader! Or something

by Gary Ogden
27 Mar 2017

GI Joe is getting another reboot, but this time it's 'millennial'

Hasbro isn't saying what that means, but we're assuming the Joes will be drinking lattes while refusing to save for a house

by Tom Mendelsohn
24 Mar 2017

The new film from the guy behind 'In Bruges' looks brilliant

Even the trailer's hilarious

by Gary Ogden
24 Mar 2017