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'Scott Pilgrim Vs The World' Actor Brandon Routh Reveals Vegan Superpowers

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Actor Brandon Routh has revealed a deep, dark secret that the vegan community has kept quiet for hundreds of years: we all have superpowers.

Earlier this summer, we reported that Routh had been cast as a vegan character with the power of telekinesis in the new film Scott Pilgrim vs the World. But last week during the premiere Routh took it a step further and, well, broke the vegan code.

When asked if all vegans have superpowers, the actor said, “They might. They probably just don’t tell everyone they have it, telekinesis, because it’s such a cool thing. I have no doubt that some people have developed who knows what.”

Damn you, Routh! Our cover is revealed!

Click here to watch Brandon talk vegan. Oh yeah, and go check out Scott Pilgrim vs the World; it looks pretty neat!

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