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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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When Richard’s hard partying ex, Lucinda (Robin McLeavy), turns up in NYC, they hook up and he falls off the wagon. Kimmie and Kendall team up to show him that she’s a bad influence. Meanwhile, Ruby (Dan Ahdoot) asks Marika out and she assumes it’s a date. She’s shocked when he tells her he just wanted a wing woman and he’s always assumed she’s gay.
“Pitch Perfect” was one of those surprises that movie studios thrive on, a small film that Universal no doubt expected would be a modest hit. It blew up into a genuine sensation, though, propelled in large part by its preposterously catch soundtrack and the unstoppable nature of Anna Kendrick’s cover of “Cups.”
If you run a Google search for that term, “Anna Kendrick Cups,” you get 12,800,000 results. I didn’t even realize that the actual name of the song is “When I’m Gone.” It’s just become ubiquitous under the easier name. The film also helped break Rebel Wilson internationally, and one of the things that served as punctuation in the film was the cutaways to Elizabeth Banks as one of the judges in the singing competition. Banks was a producer on the film, and she was the one who brought the project to Universal in the first place.
It looks like Banks is taking full creative control of the inevitable sequel to the film now, according to a report today. In addition to appearing in the sequel and co-producing it again, Banks will direct the sequel, and it appears they’ll have both Kendrick and Wilson back as well.
Kendrick has been performing for so long that this is her fifth or sixth life, professionally speaking. She was on Broadway when she was 12 and Tony nominated for her work. She became an indie film darling with “Rocket Science,” she’s been part of a mega-franchise with the “Twilight” films, and she was launched to a new level of stardom when she was Oscar-nominated for “Up In The Air.”
“Pitch Perfect” seems like a whole new fanbase for her, and one that seems like they are hungry for more from the same team. The way that soundtrack keeps performing is jaw-dropping, and the studio would be negligent if they didn’t do their best to reproduce as much as possible of the first film’s ingredients. I am excited to see what she does with her role in “Into The Woods” this year, and now that everyone’s onboard with Kendrick as a musical performer, when’s Disney going to build one of their animated musicals just for her? All of this happens even as she’s doing remarkable mature work in small personal films like “Drinking Buddies” and “The Voices,” which makes it look like she’s got a huge range of things to choose from with her choices as an actor these days. That’s great news all the way around, and it’ll be interesting to see if they can come up with something for “Pitch Perfect 2″ that hits audiences in the same pleasure center. If so, it’s another win in the “unconventional franchise” category for Universal, and for Banks, it’s a big sign of support for her taste behind the camera.
After Kimmie loses her virginity to James (guest star Nate Torrence) and the pair begin having sleep over dates, Marika and Helen-Alice feel miffed that their friend suddenly has no time for them. Meanwhile, Kendall, feeling a little lonely since her breakup with Richard, stoops to a new low…hanging out with Marika and Helen-Alice.
After her break-up with Richard, Kendall takes all of her anger out on Kimmie. The firm’s frazzled head of HR (guest star Fred Armisen as Brian Headfoot) is called in to broker a truce between them. Helen-Alice and Marika agree to let Jazmine’s vapid friends, Heidi and Hayley, give them a makeover at their new salon.
Rebel Wilson is set to join Amanda Seyfried in the Universal comedy “He’s F-ing Perfect.”
Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Kevin Messick are producing through their Gary Sanchez Productions banner along with Joe Drake and Nathan Kahane from Good Universe. Jake Szymanski is directing.
Story follows an Internet-savvy woman who convinces her friend to dump her new boyfriend so she can date him instead. Wilson will play Seyfried’s friend.
Lauryn Kahn penned the script.
Universal acquired the project from Kahn out of turnaround at Fox 2000. The project was originally picked up by Fox 2000 in October 2011. SVP of production Erik Baiers and creative exec Chloe Yellin will oversee for the studio.
Uni and Wilson have built a strong relationship after strong supporting roles in “Bridesmaids” and “Pitch Perfect,” which should hopefully lead to Wilson having more starring roles in the future.
Wilson has had a busy year with the ABC TV show “Super Fun Night” and Paramount’s “Pain and Gain.” She also recently signed on to “Night at the Museum 3.”
EXCLUSIVE: Rebel Wilson has been set to join Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan and Ricky Gervais in Night At The Museum 3, which Shawn Levy is directing from the script written by Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant and David Guion and Michael Handelman for Fox. Wilson will play the night guard at the British museum where the action takes place this time around. Fox has slotted the film for Christmas 2014. On the film side, WME-repped Wilson is coming off Pitch Perfect and Pain & Gain.
Kimmie invites James (guest star Nate Torrence) to her place for a dinner party. What could go wrong? Lots, especially when neighbors Dan, Benji and Ruby volunteer their catering services, and sister Jazmine (guest star Ashley Tisdale) and her new hubby Jason show up very drunk. Richard and Kendall’s latest fight interrupts Kimmie’s dinner party.
Kimmie taps into her alter ego, “Lil’ Big Kim,” to convince a famous rap artist, Miss T, who hates all lawyers, to sign with the firm. Meanwhile, Miss T’s bodyguard (guest star Lavell Crawford, Breaking Bad) takes a shine to Kimmie when she ends up taking the whole gang to an exclusive club in an attempt to seal the deal.