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September 3, 2011

Anna Kendrick for Pitch Perfect movie

Hollywood.com

Anna Kendrick has been scaling the rock wall of fame. Probably most recognizable for her role as Jessica in Twilight, the actress has more recently expanded her notoriety to Elsewhere (in which she starred), Up in the Air, and the more-fun-than-skeeball movie Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Now, she'll be headlining a romantic comedy called Pitch Perfect, which sounds a little like the Glee movie we may never see.

The film will be set at a college, at which Kendrick will play a gothy-type student. She, naturally, resents the fact that her father, yet to be cast, is a professor at the same school. Through a series of events and plausibly after a good deal of resistance, Kendrick's character comes to be the star member of the campus a cappella team.

Anna Kendrick is a winner in spades. This role in particular sounds perfectly suited for her: at her best, Kendrick is brazen, a little antisocial, and unflappable. And in this role, it is unlikely that we will see her become flapped whatsoever. The film is based on a nonfiction novel by Mickey Rafkin that covered the high-stakes underworld of competitive a cappella. Read more.

Posted by acapnews at September 3, 2011 12:00 AM

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