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New ‘Scott Pilgrim Takes Off’ Stills and Interview

In a brand new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley gave some insight on how the upcoming Netflix series came to be.

“I was very nervous,” says O’Malley. “I didn’t know we would get anyone, or especially everyone. We just started asking, and Edgar asked, and I wrote a really nice letter, and everyone just very very kindly and very promptly said yes.”

O’Malley believes their cause was aided by the revival of an old email chain which had been set up around the time of the movie’s release to connect the film’s principals. “The cast have spoken about this email chain a lot but there’s one detail that I don’t think anyone has mentioned,” he says. “We were exchanging emails when the movie was coming out and then this thread went dormant for about nine years. Then, before this anime was even on the docket, Michael Cera responded to a meme someone had sent as if no time had passed. He just said, ‘Oh, that’s funny.’ Chris Evans responded like, ‘Michael, what the f— are you doing responding to this email from nine years ago?’ And then we all started chatting again.” O’Malley explains that working with the cast on the TV show felt like reconnecting with family, in a good way. “We were all pretty young when we made the movie,” says O’Malley. “We all felt like family and I think we have ever since.”

Executive producer BenDavid Grabinski also chimed in on his excitement of getting the entire cast back together to reprise their roles.

“I remember sitting in Bryan’s office when we started to see the emails of people saying that they were interested,” says Grabinski. “I literally screamed. That was the first point where we felt like, okay, this could be a cool show.”

Be sure to head to the gallery to check out the brand new stills and stream the show beginning November 17.

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‘Ahsoka’ Episode 4 Screen Caps and NYCC Appearance

Some mini updates for you all! I have finally gotten around to uploading this past Tuesday’s episode of ‘Ahsoka’ into the gallery. You can click the thumbnails to view all the screen captures made by yours truly.

In other news, Mary will be appearing at this year’s New York Comic Con On Thursday, October 12 and Friday the 13th. Mary will be there for photo ops and autograph signings. You can buy tickets for the event here. And if you are unable to attend NYCC, you can still purchase an autograph for Mary here.

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Ahsoka Episode 3 Screen Captures

As the headline states, I have gone ahead and added over 100 screen caps of Mary’s scene in tonight’s episode 3 of ‘Ahsoka‘ titled “Time to Fly”. Be sure to head to the gallery to check out the new pics, or click on the thumbnails below.

In related news, Disney+ revealed that the debut episode of ‘Ahsoka’ that premiered last Tuesday, was watched by over 14 million people!

The press release came out today with the news:

Lucasfilm and The Walt Disney Company are thrilled and humbled to announce that Part One of Ahsoka, “Master and Apprentice,” was the most-watched title on Disney+ this past week. The debut episode garnered 14 million views, making the series number one globally on the streaming platform.

“Ahsoka has become a fan favorite with people of all ages and it’s wonderful to see her continue to resonate with viewers in her very own headlining series,” says Kathleen Kennedy, Lucasfilm president. “I want to recognize the fantastic work done by our creative team, led by Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau, the incredible cast led by Rosario Dawson, and our talented crew — and on behalf of the team and all of Lucasfilm, we give our thanks to all the fans who have been with Ahsoka on every step of her journey and to all those who are just learning about her now in Ahsoka on Disney+.”

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New Ahsoka Featurette and Production Still

A brand new interview highlighting the ladies of ‘Ahsoka’ has been released, which you can watch below. Mary along with her co-stars Rosario Dawson and Natasha Liu Bordizzo speak about their characters as does Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni. I also did screencaps of Mary from the interview and added a new still of her character Hera.

Production Still

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‘Ahsoka’ Premiere Episodes Screencaps

I have added in total over 200 screen caps of Mary Elizabeth Winstead in the first 2 episodes of ‘Ahsoka‘, that are now currently streaming on Disney+. Mary made her debut as General Hera Syndulla and I can’t wait to see more of her throughout the show! Head to the gallery to check out the latest additions or click below to view the screen caps by episode. Episode 3 will air next Tuesday, August 29 at 6PM PT.

Episode 1 screen caps

Episode 2

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New ‘Ahsoka’ Clip Featuring Hera

A brand new clip featuring Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s character Hera Syndulla has been released ahead of the 2 episode premiere that will debut on Disney+. In the clip, expert pilot Hera and her droid companion Chopper face a little turbulence as they confront a ship. Chopper wants to blast it from the sky, but Hera fears it will crash into the port city. She wants to attach a tracking device instead. Disorganized Chopper accuses her of messing with his stuff.

The first 2 episodes begin streaming at 6pm pacific standard time.

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‘Ahsoka’ to Premiere One Day Early, First Clip Released

In some very exciting news, it has been revealed that Disney+ will now stream the first 2 episodes of ‘Ahsoka’ one day earlier than expected. Originally set to premiere on Wednesday, August 23rd, the show will now be available every Tuesday, the first 2 episodes premiering now on the 22nd and begin airing at 6PM PT. You can view the newest TV spot with the new date below, as well as the first clip that was recently released.


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Ahsoka Premiering in One Month; First Scott Pilgrim Netflix Series Teaser

Lots of new information has come out about Mary’s latest upcoming projects! The first one: ‘Ahsoka‘ is officially ONE week away from its 2 episode series debut next Wednesday on Disney+, and a teaser counting down has been released, which you can view below.

And in other news, a teaser trailer for the Scott Pilgrim Netflix animated series has also arrived online. The anime series will be called ‘Scott Pilgrim Takes Off‘ and will bring back all the original cast members from the original 2010 film reprising their roles including Michael Cera, Brie Larson, Chris Evans, Alison Pill, Mae Whitman, Aubrey Plaza, Anna Kendrick, Brandon Routh and Kieran Culkin along with Jason Schwartzman, Johnny Simmons, Satya Bhabha, Mark Webber and Ellen Wong return.

The 2010 film director Edgar Wright is executive producing the show along with comic creator Bryan Lee O’Malley and BenDavid Grabinski, who are also serving as writers and co-showrunners.

All 8 episodes of the series will debut on Netflix November 17th.

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Hera Character Poster Revealed!

A brand new poster of Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s character General Hera Syndulla has been released online and I’ve uploaded it into the gallery.

The first 2 episodes of ‘Ahsoka’ will begin streaming on Disney+ August 23.

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New ‘Ahsoka’ Still and Interview; ‘Gentleman in Moscow’ Update

With ‘Ahsoka’ just days away from premiering on Disney+ on August 23rd, Entertainment Weekly did a brand new interview with ‘Ahsoka’ star Rosario Dawson. And while Rosario expressed her excitement in the interview, EW also caught up with her co-stars including Natasha Liu Bordizzo, who plays Rebels alum Sabine Wren and of course Mary Elizabeth Winstead, who plays General Hera Syndulla, the green-skinned, Twi’lek captain who pilots the Ghost starship.

“What I love about her is that she’s such a strong leader and fighter, and she’s also so maternal and nurturing,” Winstead, 38, explains of her character. “We don’t often see that depicted on screen. We see army generals being these very masculine, hard figures. And Hera has that, but she also has this softness to her. She really wants her crew to be loved and looked after, and at the same time, she’s pushing them to be better.”

Winstead as we all know, is married to Ewan McGregor who plays Obi-Wan Kenobi. So is their house just nothing but Star Wars? “In terms of our son’s favorite toys, he’s got his Grogu, he’s got Lola from the Obi-Wan series, and there’s a lot of Dadas around from different eras of Obi-Wan,” she says with a laugh of her son Laurie, now 2. “He always knows that if he sees any sort of Obi-Wan figure around, that’s Dada. That’s what he knows it as right now.”

With the new interview, a brand new still of Mary as Hera was released, which you can view in the gallery.

In other news, with the SAG-AFTRA strike still ongoing so actors can get better pay and benefits, it was revealed that Mary and Ewan’s new series ‘A Gentleman in Moscow’ had a week left of filming before the strike happened.

According to Deadline:

Ewan McGregor saw the strike coming in June, just as filming on his Paramount+ series A Gentleman in Moscow was nearing the finish line.

Like McGregor’s character, a Russian aristocrat under house arrest in a Soviet hotel, the shoot had nowhere to go. Continuing to film without a leading man was not an option, so McGregor, sporting a carefully clipped mustache, gathered colleagues to deliver the news many dreaded: the show would not go on.

Despite a brief reprieve as SAG-AFTRA extended talks with studios in early July, A Gentleman in Moscow eventually shut up shop last week. It had just seven days left to shoot. “He was gutted,” says someone in the room as McGregor gave a brief address to cast and crew.