Mary made it in The Hottest Women of 2011 for Men’s Health at #17! Congrats to Mary for not only making it on the list but also placing in the top 20. View the list here.
Good thing movie blood is really just corn syrup, because Winstead is this generation’s scream queen—a veteran of The Ring 2, Final Destination 3, Black Christmas, Grindhouse, The Thing, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. But it was as the alluring—and thankfully splatter-free—Ramona Flowers that she won us over in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.
Also be sure to support Mary by voting for Scott Pilgrim in the Scream Awards here.
Mary is amoungst Total Film’s Top 10 Break-out Girls of 2010. Check it out!
10 Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Breakout: Chances are you recognise her face, but you’re not entirely sure where from. Well, if we say “Death Proof” and “Live Free or Die Hard”, would that help?
Back in 2007, Ms Winstead was given roles by both Tarantino and Len Wiseman. She then made a harmless dance flick in ’08 (Make it Happen) before promptly vanishing into the ether.
Well, there’s nothing like a killer comeback, and Winstead’s is a doozy.
Yep, in 2010, she will be appearing in the one and only Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Based on the graphic novel ‘Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life’, the film casts Winstead as Ramona Flowers.
When she becomes the object of Pilgrim’s desires, the unemployed wannabe rock star has to fight his way through seven of her evil ex-boyfriends before he can take her out on a date. It’s directed by Edgar Wright. It looks awesome.
Damaged Goods? A slew of embarrassing horrors litter her closet, including the terrible Black Christmas remake and The Ring Two.
The New: Angelina Jolie (if she kicks ass in Scott Pilgrim, which we can but hope for)
I wanted to let you all know that Mary is featured in the May 2009 issue of Empire Magazine, which should hit US and UK newsstands very soon.
Empire Magazine is giving everyone…
“…The lowdown on the people we simply can’t afford to miss out on in 2009 and who are set to go stratospheric in the 2010′s – the stars with the talent, the taste and more often then not the sheer gorgeousness to change cinema over the next few years.”
You can check out the complete list of the twenty “young, talented, and really happening right now” upstart stars who Empire says will go supernova: