Anna stopped by the Beverly Center Mac Store with some friends:
- [x007] Candids in 2012 - January 29th: Stops by the Beverly Center Mac Store
Anna stopped by the Beverly Center Mac Store with some friends:
iVillage has the exclusive debut of Cameron Diaz, Brooklyn Decker, J.Lo and more in the movie posters for the comedy “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”. So here are the first official posters of the film including a solo one of Anna!
EDIT: Just replaced the poster with a HQ version, enjoy!
Anna Kendrick plays Rosie, a food-truck chef whose spontaneous hook-up results in an unexpected baby.
I updated our gallery with some old random photos of Anna, check bellow:
Collider reports that Anna has been offered a part in “Get a Job”:
Director Dylan Kidd (Roger Dodger) is attached to direct Get a Job for CBS Films, and he’s setting up a very nice cast. Miles Teller is in negotiations to star. Offers are out to Anna Kendrick and Bryan Cranston. Christopher Mintz-Plasse and SNL‘s Jay Pharaoh are also in talks; Kidd’s Rodger Dodger star Jesse Eisenberg is looking to take on a cameo in the comedy. According to Variety, the script by Kyle Pennekamp and Scott Turpel follows “a college graduate and his friends who have to lower their expectations about life as they enter the real world during a recession.” Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher (Extraordinary Measure) are producing.
After a critically acclaimed turn in Rabbit Hole and a scene-stealing supporting role in Footloose, Teller is poised for… well, an Eisenberg-level breakout. He has two films coming up in 2012—Project X and 21 and Over—that could connect with young audiences. Plus, acting opposite Kendrick and Cranston always looks good on a resume. I also hope this is the first of many times we see Pharaoh pop up outside of Saturday Night Live, since the sketch show doesn’t seem to know what to do with him.
The Golden Globes has one big problem with its little venue.
With a significant number of ensemble projects nominated for awards this season, the Golden Globes is allegedly struggling to squeeze all the nominees into the Beverly Hilton.
“It’s a nightmare every year,” said an anonymous studio publicity chief in an interview with Vulture. “But this year is worse than ever, because this year, there are so many ensembles nominated. The Help’s ensemble is like, fifteen people. And then there’s TV shows like Glee, Game of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire. Instead of a year where it’s a show like The Good Wife, where it’s just Julianna Margulies, it’s a mess.”
Seats are so scarce that, according to Vulture’s report, even the lead actress of a best picture nominee will be unable to attend. Along with 50/50 writer and executive producer Will Reiser, actress Anna Kendrick found that she would be unable to attend the show in support of her film.
Though a spokesperson Judd Apatow assures that he will be in attendance, the Bridesmaids producer allegedly threatened to bail on the ceremony if all seven of his fellow producers were not in attendance.
A spokesperson for the HFPA responded to Vulture’s report with an e-mail stating: “As the show is held in the Beverly Hilton, we have far fewer tickets than other awards shows held at larger venues. The Globes are an intimate event and in keeping with that, we sometimes have limited tickets, especially in years like this when there are indeed a number of ensemble casts. It is always our goal to accommodate as many people associated with the nominations in the room but we do have a finite number of seats. We are not always able to accommodate significant others, co-producers and such. As much as we would love to have everyone associated with these accomplished films and television shows in the room, we just don’t have the seating for everyone involved… Unless we start hanging tables from the rafters, it will always be an in-demand ticket.”
Anna Kendrick has revealed the cast of the first ‘Twilight’ movie had to throw their own wrap party.
Anna Kendrick claims the cast of ‘Twilight’ had to throw their own wrap party after the first film.
The 26-year-old beauty plays the role of Jessica Stanley in the vampire movie series and she admits the success of the first film in 2008 was an “accident”, so much so that no official bash to celebrate its production was held.
She said: “People say, ‘But you must have known it was a big deal,’ but no, we didn’t.
It was not like being on a big movie; the success of the first film was an accident. I don’t really think something like that would happen by accident again.
“We even threw our own wrap party after the first movie. Emails were exchanged between us saying, ‘Hey, do you want to hang out? Do you think we should have a little wrap party thing?’
“It was not like being on a big movie; the success of the first film was an accident. I don’t really think something like that would happen by accident again.”
The ’50/50′ actress is sad the franchise – which stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in the lead roles – is coming to an end but know she will see the fellow stars of the film again in the future.
She told Britain’s HELLO! magazine: “It’s weird that it won’t be there any more. It is constantly in the back of my head when I’m scheduling my year.
“It doesn’t feel like it is over because I talk about it a lot, and I know people will ask me about the fifth ‘Twilight’ film later this year even though I’m not in it. And I know I’ll see everyone again.”
I also added captures of Anna’s latest appearances on Ellen DeGeneres Show on September 2011. To refresh your memory, here’s the video preview of the show:
I found a small interview of Anna at Fig & Olive Melrose Place Grand Opening Party last March:
I found another still of Anna at the wedding scene of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1″:
I updated the gallery with some new outtakes of Anna during “50/50″ and “Up in the Air” Press Conference:
It's a love story about a husband and wife, the pleasures and pains of building a family and maintaining a relationship.
A sequel to the 2012 musical comedy that follows Fat Amy and Beca through their senior year at Barden University.
A witch conspires to teach important lessons to various characters of popular children's stories including Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk and Rapunzel.
John Hollar, an aspiring NYC artist who takes his girlfriend back to his Middle America hometown on the eve of his mother’s brain surgery. There he’s forced to navigate the crazy life he left behind.
The acerbic, hilarious Claire Simmons becomes fascinated by the suicide of a woman in her chronic pain support group.
Based on the musical, a struggling actress and her novelist lover each illustrate the struggle and deconstruction of their love affair.
A comedy centered around a recent college graduate, his friends, and their attempts to secure employment.