We fully admit it -- we're cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs over Edgar Wright's adaptation of popular graphic novel Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. It's a clever looking movie that might finally make me appreciate Michael Cera's nerdy charms ...

Rather than release clips of the film, which is due in theaters next month, we've all been treated to a series of "remixes" -- teasers that give us hints about the look and tone of the film as a whole. Tying into the film's story about Scott's quest to defeat the seven evil exes to earn his dream girl's heart, the movie is promising seven different remixes by UK musician Osymyso (who has collaborated with Wright previously when he served as soundtrack producer on Shaun of the Dead).

This clip, entitled Love, premiered over on Moviefone, and it features the track Hillcrest Park by Nigel Godrich intercut with scenes involving Michael Cera's relationships with Mary Elizabeth Winstead's Ramona Flowers character and Ellen Wong's Knives Chau. It's somewhat of a surreal clip, but if you've got Pilgrim fever, it should tide you over until the next remix debuts.

Previously released clips include Prepare, which debuted over at Empire, and Hey at UGO. The rest of the clips will make their debut prior to Comic-Con, which starts on July 22nd. Watch it after the jump.