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Scott Pilgrim vs. The World The Movie Is Getting Dolby Vision And Dolby Atmos For Its 10th Anniversary

The best movie ever made is coming back to the big screen to celebrate its 10th anniversary (yes, I know it originally came out in 2010, but things got delayed a bit because of COVID, okay?). Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is coming back on April 30, better than ever thanks to some new toys from Dolby.

Scott Pilgrim director  Edgar Wright broke the news over on Twitter. Scott’s return to theatres will come on April 30 and include upgraded visuals thanks to Dolby Vision and 3D surround sound thanks to Dolby Atmos.

Some of you might be wondering what this all means, so I’ll use one of my favorite scenes from the movie to demonstrate. Observe the following:

With Dolby Atmos, speakers on the roof and floor add a height element to surround sound, so that the shattered window will sound like it’s coming from above and behind the screen. Meanwhile, Dolby Vision will improve the visual fidelity to 4K resolution and also add HDR color support for a more vibrant color distribution.

In other words, Scott Pilgrim will look and sound better than ever.

Wright confirmed that both he and original editor Paul Machliss worked with the original footage to bring this upgraded version of Scott Pilgrim back to the silver screen, along with original film sound mixer Julian Slater, colorist Stephen Nakamura, and photography director Bill Pope.

This remastered classic will be aired at AMC theatres starting April 30 in North America only. Tickets are available to pre-order now.

And if you’re not yet vaccinated and therefore cannot safely take part in this celebration of the greatest film ever created, then don’t worry because the same remastered version of Scott Pilgrim will come out on Ultra HD Blu Ray soon.

Still can’t get enough Scott Pilgrim? Ubisoft recently re-released the video game on PC, and it still holds up. We’ve got a bunch of guides for you in case you still haven’t played it. Not saying that you can’t figure it out on your own, just that they’re there for you if you need the help.

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