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Rebel Wilson is an Australian actress, writer, and stand-up comedian. She began appearing as Toula in the SBS comedy series Pizza from 2003 and made several appearances in the sketch comedy series The Wedge. more...
Pitch Perfect 2
Official | IMDB Role: Eric Status: Post Production Release Date: 2014 Synopsis: A 1970's-set drama centered around the friendship between a kid with cerebral palsy and a troubled runaway.
Night at the Museum 3
Official | IMDB Role: IMDB Status: Pre-Production Release Date: December 19, 2014 Synopsis: The plot is unknown at this time.
He's F***ing Perfect
Official | IMDB Role: TBA Status: Pre-Production Release Date: TBA Synopsis: An Internet savvy woman convinces her friend to dump her new boyfriend so she can date him instead.
Kung Fu Panda 3
Official | IMDB Role: Voice Status: Filming Release Date: 2015 Synopsis: The plot is unknown at this time.
Super Fun Night Official | IMDB | Photos | Trailer Role: Kimmie Boubier Status: Season 2 TBA Release Date: October 02, 2013 Synopsis: Three nerdy female friends decide to have super fun every Friday night.
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Out.com – “Everybody is dying for something,” Elizabeth Banks laughs when our conversation moves to Pitch Perfect 2. The actress may be promoting her upcoming comedy, Walk of Shame, co-starring James Marsden but we couldn’t help but to ask about the upcoming sequel to the sleeper hit, which she’s currently shooting in Louisiana.
“They’re all graduating seniors,” Banks says of the film’s stars, Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson. Both played freshmen who join the Barden Bellas and eventually take the all-female a cappella group to national championship.
Banks also confirms that John Michael Higgins will be returning. Higgins hilariously played one of the ICCAs commentators alongside Banks’ Gail Abernathy-McKadden. “We will see a little more of Gail and John and delve into their dynamic,” Banks says before teasing the potential for more of Gail’s back-story. “You’re going to learn more about why she has three last names.”
Even though Gail was in the a cappella collegiate group, Menstrual Cycles, Banks says she will not be singing in the sequel. It’s a shame because that truly would have been aca-awesome.
Walk of Shame debuts in theaters nationwide on May 2.
Hollywood.com – Who knew there were so many ladies from the land down under on U.S. television? Well, we didn’t. That is, until we started to do some research on our favorite female TV leads and found out that many hailed from Australia. Color us surprised!
Sure, there were a few that we knew about — Rebel Wilson comes to mind — but there were some surprises, especially since all these ladies have seriously mastered their American accents; they had us fooled.
Through our research, we found out which of television’s leading ladies are from Australia, as well as how many of them have acted together before — it seems like everyone was on the Australian TV series, The Sleepover Club. We’ve compiled a list of our favorites, and added some cool pieces of trivia, so that everyone can be more knowledgable about the Australian actresses on U.S. television.
Rebel Wilson is primarily a movie actress — and a fantastic one at that — but she recently brought her comedic talents to the small screen on Super Fun Night.
wetpaint.com – We don’t yet know too much about what will happen in the Glee episode that Chris Colfer (Kurt) has written. But has he included a part for his pal Rebel Wilson?
Chris has finished his script for Season 5, Episode 19: “Old Dogs, New Tricks,” which the show has already started moving forward on. Chris has previously revealed that his episode will involve “animals and the elderly,” which seems rather cryptic. Maybe Klaine will be getting a puppy?
E! News asked Chris whether hilarious actress Rebel, who starred in Kurt’s 2012 movie Struck By Lightning, might end up appearing in his episode. “Oh, I would love to have her on,” Colfer replies. “She’s incredible, and I’d love to have her on in any way. Plus, she can sing.”
She sure can sing! Rebel will soon be appearing in Pitch Perfect 2, and she even auditioned to be a cast member on Glee back in her pre-fame days. Sadly, we’re guessing Rebel is probably too busy to appear on Glee nowadays, since she currently stars on her own ABC show, Super Fun Night. But we’d love to see Rebel on Glee at some point!
Would you like to see Rebel Wilson as a Glee guest star?
Australian actress Rebel Wilson is the voice of Hopper the Kangaroo is a new series of commercials from Dish. The commercial is set in an office. Hopper uses Dish Anywhere to watch college basketball games at work. She hides her tablet in her pouch when the boss walks by. Rebel will reprise her role as Fat Amy in a Pitch Perfect sequel. It has not yet been announced whether or not Rebel’s funny sitcom, Super Fun Night, will be renewed.
Starpulse.com – Production on Will Ferrell’s latest comedy He’s F**king Perfect has stalled due to scheduling issues.
Les Miserables star Amanda Seyfried was cast in the film late last year (Dec13) after Emma Stone dropped out, but now the troubled project has been shelved indefinitely because the actress and co-star Rebel Wilson are preparing to shoot sequels to Ted and Pitch Perfect, respectively.
A source tells the New York Post, “(Moviemakers are) unsure whether the project will come back together with the same cast.”
The film centres upon a woman who helps her friends find love online.
I have added some more photos of Rebel from her Us Weekly photoshoot from last year. They have been added to the gallery. It will continue to be updated as soon as more images are released. So check those out.
On the season finale of Super Fun Night, Rebel Wilson’s Kimmie has a super-big decision to make about her love life.
Her choices in this debate of the heart: James (Nate Torrence), the sweet and goofy boyfriend, and Richard (Kevin Bishop), Kimmie’s co-worker whose growing affections bubbled to the surface last week and culminated with a big smooch. In the finale, “She kind of manages to scramble and decide which one she’s going to go after,” teases Wilson.
It’s a classic story of torn affection, but oddly, what Wilson is most proud of in the show’s 17-episode run is that there has been, as she sees it, very little classic about it. “It has a unique tone to it compared to other comedies,” she says. But the actress/writer/EP admits that finding the right balance between her signature raunchy humor, dramatic elements, and broad comedy wasn’t easy. “This is my first foray into American television, and I guess what I didn’t realize is…[the list of] what you can’t say is huge,” she says. “There was always at least five minutes cut from every episode of what I thought was super hilarious stuff, but what they deemed inappropriate for family television, whether it was the words I was using or the intention.”
Last week’s Wilson-penned episode, for example, originally contained a flashback scene to a previous year in which Wilson’s character ate a whole pizza on Valentine’s Day because she was depressed and ended up getting an “attack of irritable bowel syndrome.” “[The character] was wearing a beret at the time and I had to go into this alleyway and sh– into the beret,” she says. It got cut.
Wilson doesn’t fault the big bosses for their practices, however, and says she took the feedback as an opportunity to add more dramatic elements to the scripts, like relationship issues. If the show gets a second season, “I want to do that more.”
The chances of a second season remain slim, however, according to TV insiders. But Wilson has planned for that by filming a musical number (the song? “Fat Bottomed Girls”) that has elements that bring closure to the characters. And though it has been the trend of canceled shows to seek second lives elsewhere — especially cable networks or ever-evolving online hosts like Netflix, who revived Arrested Development — Wilson says if axed, she has no plans to move forward, citing many feature film projects in the works, like the sequel to 2012′s Pitch Perfect. “I’m just so excited,” Wilson says of the movie, which will be helmed by first-time director Elizabeth Banks. “I think a lot of people don’t realize that Elizabeth was a producer and really [formed] the idea and put it all together. She was on set with us every 6 a.m. start. She was there with her little coat freezing along with us. She’s more than qualified.”
Regardless, of what the future holds for Fun Night, Wilson considers it a win creatively and in terms of the effort put into it. “TV is hard,” she says. “We did 8.5 hours of content and 17 episodes in seven months — from scratch to airing, which is like doing 4.5 movies back-to-back…which is insane. … Going through the network TV process just makes you really respect the people who have their own shows and are a performer. And there aren’t that many.”