I’ve added over 30 photos of Anna at the Apple Store in Soho for the “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” panel and Q & A:

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Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Apple Store: The Showdown in SoHo!

. . . “The first time I met Edgar, it was like the earliest meeting I’d ever had. It was at 6:30 in the morning because I was getting on a plane to shoot the first ‘Twilight’ film,” explained Anna Kendrick.

Despite the inconveniently early morning meeting, she was excited when Wright explained the project to her and who would be cast as the evil exes.

“Just the idea of [Edgar] choosing young Hollywood and having them fight to the death for his amusement — all of a sudden I saw him as the evil puppet master of this whole thing,” she laughed.

Kendrick said of her character, Scott’s younger sister Stacey, “I feel like Stacey is sort of the voice in the back of everybody’s head that tells you this is a really messed-up decision you’re making, and you should not do this. But it’s the same voice that you know you’re not going to listen to. … She knows [Scott’s] not going to listen, and because she’s a younger sister I think she sort of takes pleasure in watching him flounder around in awkward situations.”

Kendrick even spoke to O’Malley’s real-life sister, Stacey, who was the basis for her character, in order to get some advice.

“The real Stacey told me I should try to play it ‘more half-Asian,’” she laughed. “I did my best.”

“You were doing it full Asian at first,” interjected Cera.

“Yeah, it was a mess,” Kendrick answered.

She then revealed that the name tag her character wore in the film had belonged to the real Stacey when she had worked at the same coffee shop. Wright pointed out that, underneath the name, the tag reads: “Certified Coffee Agent.”

Kendrick also joked that the film’s action sequences were very easy for her as her character was only a witness to the fights and never a participant. …

“I probably spent about four weeks [shooting]on it,” Anna Kendrick commented. “But … I think about three weeks were kind of in the background of a fight scene.”{mtv.com}