Michael Cera would have got involved with any project Edgar Wright was working on.
The 'Juno' actor - who worked alongside the writer and director for new film 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World' - admitted he didn't need much persuasion to star in the movie, as having Wright's name attached was enough to convince him to appear in it.
He explained: "I kind of got involved because I loved the graphic novel and I love Edgar's work. It was kind of a no-brainer to me. I would have done anything with Edgar. I would have read it first but I would have done almost anything."
The 22-year-old comedian - who plays the titular character in the film adaptation of the popular graphic novel - revealed practicing being in a band for the movie was a fantastic way to bond with his fellow cast mates.
He added to NME magazine: "We play in this band Sex Bob-omb in the movie. We got about six songs and we all had to learn our parts respectively and learn how to seem like a band. We had about two weeks or maybe a little more to practice. It was a great way to bond - I look back fondly on those days."