“Hello, buddy of a friend once more.” Fans of Edgar Wright’s 2010 cult masterpiece “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” have received some exciting news from the writer-director. watch black sheep brie larson version below.
Wright shared a clip from the sequence in which Brie Larson performs the song “Black Sheep” on Twitter on Friday. The filmmaker stated in a tweet that not only would an expanded version of the “Scott Pilgrim” soundtrack be available on all streaming services on July 9, but that fans could already listen to Larson’s renowned rendition.
The director of “Hot Fuzz” has stated that the CD will feature Beck’s original demos as well as other music from the film.
The official 22-song soundtrack for the film was released in 2010. Only the original version of “Black Sheep,” performed by the band Metric, was included in the mix. Larson’s version was left out of the film, forcing fans to seek it out on YouTube, where the sequence has over 40 million views.
In one of her very early acting roles, Larson played Envy Adams in the popular romantic action comedy, one of the protagonists Scott’s (Michael Cera) exes. Aside from Envy’s band, Clash at Demonhead, the soundtrack also features Sex Bob-omb, the film’s other fake band.
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