The 25-year-old actress dished about her first full experience of being at Comic-Con, working with Michael Cera, and how she’s used to the Twilight press now.
On Twilight being an annual get together: "Now I know what I’m doing, so it’s easier. With any other movie, you’re entering new territory, so it’s quite different to be involved in something where it’s the same characters, and the same people. You know what to expect out of the premieres and the press and stuff. So it’s actually kind of nice, because you don’t get very much routine in this job, and it’s actually sort of interesting. It’s like an annual party or something."
On her first big experience at Comic-Con: “It was great; it was amazing. I mean, the film is obviously for comic fans, and they seemed to love it, which is a huge relief. Those are your toughest critics, in a way. The Tron bike looked really cool, and it was just great to see a lot of people being in cosplay ["costume role play"]. A lot of people who are not in their element in real life really shine there, and that’s cool.”
On the technical filming of Scott Pilgrim: “It was definitely really kind of odd and technical, because of the way that it looks. The process was definitely unlike anything I’ve ever done before. Like there’s a scene where I’m on the phone with Michael Cera, and we had to do a split screen, so I had a little earpiece in my ear. I was listening to the footage that he’d already shot, and I just had to like fit my lines into the space in between his lines.”