series released a new opening theme song sequence titled “bloom” by Necry Talkie. Netflix streamed the opening sequence on October 31, 2023, and viewers have taken to the internet to share their appreciation of the video. Although the credits in the video are written in English, it has Japanese vocals and is produced by Science SARU.The cast of Scott Pilgrim Takes Off are featured in the opening sequence, with the protagonist and his paramour having the most screen-time.
The expectations from the show have been high so far, and it is just a matter of time before viewers will know if the show is up to their liking.Michael Cera plays Scott Pilgrim in the anime, while Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays his love interest, Ramona. Brie Larson features as Envy Adams, Scott’s ex, among other cast members. The cast is the same as that from the 2010 film, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
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