November 15th, 2012 · End of Watch, Gallery, Stills, The Company You Keep · By Fram

Our gallery is updated with some more “End of Watch” stills and first “The Company You Keep” poster. A huge update with recent Anna appearances is on the way so stay tuned.


September 28th, 2012 · Appearances, Gallery, Pitch Perfect · By Fram

A couple of days ago Anna attended “Pitch Perfect” Premiere and After Party in Los Angeles. She hit the red carpet wearing Zuhair Murad dress paired with Brian Atwood shoes.

Hundreds on pics including lots of HQs are in our gallery:


September 23rd, 2012 · Gallery, Photoshoots · By Fram

I made various small and big updates in our gallery with recent and old Anna photoshoots, stunning as always:


September 23rd, 2012 · Gallery, Photoshoots, Scans · By Fram

With her new movie “End of Watch” set to hit theaters on September 21st, Anna Kendrick garnered herself a little added exposure by covering the September 2012 issue of Manhattan magazine.

The 27-year-old actress looked stylishly chic in a floor-length frock for the John Russo shot front page while dishing about everything from her start in Hollywood to her hopes for the golden years.

Highlights from Miss Kendrick’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Manhattan!

On her start in Tinseltown:
“The first year in Los Angeles I was like, ‘What am I doing? Is this worth it?’ I could work as long as I could pay rent…. I remember working with a girl who told me, ‘Don’t worry about the money—do what you love and the money will be there,’” she recalls. “There’s not really anything you can do to force it.”

On the difference in life now that she’s famous:
“People ask how things are different, but to me they don’t really feel that different. Except at my brother’s wedding, when my extended family kept saying they wanted pictures with me—that was strange!”

On her plans for future roles:
“I’m not thinking, ‘In the fall I need to make this kind of movie.’ It’s more, ‘I want to make this recipe for Thanksgiving.’ I’m thinking about decorating my house for Christmas, and whipping out my Martha Stewart crafting crap.”

On where she sees herself at age 80:
“I want to be sharp and funny at 80. I want to be the next Betty White.”


September 23rd, 2012 · Gallery, Interviews, Photoshoots · By Fram

posted by on September 7st, 2012

“Do I see something I can bring to this that maybe somebody else can’t?”

Researching” an actor whose work is as singular as Anna Kendrick’s can barely be called work. In fact, it reminds me of a Noel Coward quote she used when describing her approach to her own career: “Work is more fun than fun.”


As I watched as many of her films as I could get my hands on (50/50, the Twilight films, Up in the Air, CAMP, and very notably Rocket Science), one phrase kept repeating itself in my head: “She seems so alive.” Even in roles that I thought on paper must have looked mundane at best (Twilight’s Jessica), Anna is able to find the soul of the character and truly bring them to, well, life. It is this skill – borne of equal parts talent and hard work – that has lifted her into prominence… that and what can only be called her innate delightfulness.

September 23rd, 2012 · Captures, Gallery, Media, Pitch Perfect · By Fram

Musician Mike Tompkins was able to perform Nicki Minaj‘s “Starships” along with Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow and other cast members from the upcoming film Pitch Perfect

But he decided to invite some other friends along for the ride. 

Multiple fans sent in their home videos of themselves singing the pop hit, which Tompkins used to create a video masterpiece that he later put up on YouTube. 

With precise editing and an undeniable artistic vision, the 25-year-old was able to make a seamless cover of Minaj’s song.

“Thanks to the cast of #PitchPerfect and all of YOU who helped me sing @NICKIMINAJ’s Starships!!! #HandsUpAndTouchTheSky,” he tweeted.

Take a look and don’t be afraid to sing along to your computer screen (seriously, no judgement!).


September 23rd, 2012 · Gallery, Pitch Perfect, Stills · By Fram

Some small “Pitch Perfect” gallery updates with some new stills and promo posters:


September 22nd, 2012 · Anna News, Interviews, Style Suite · By Fram

posted by on September 17st, 2012

For its September issue, Angeleno magazine featured Anna Kendrick as its glamorous cover girl. We got a chance to catch up with the talented actress at a dinner at Scarpetta in Beverly Hills celebrating the issue, and she dished all about her personal style — she has four words for it — her stylist, favorite and most-hated trends, and favorite designers. At the end we played a fun little fashion game with her where we asked her for her snap judgments for everything from flats vs. heels to leather vs. lace. Read our fashion chat now, then shop the widget below to get her look.

CelebStyle: How would you describe your personal style?
Anna Kendrick: Considered, understated, casual, pretty.

CS: Who’s your stylist and how does the styling process typically go?
AK: My stylist is Neil Rodgers. We typically discuss upcoming events, swap images on looks we both like. Neil brings over looks for a try on and fitting with our seamstress Lourdes. Then once we’ve decided on a dress we then commence the search for the perfect shoes, jewelry, and clutch, and finally swap hair and makeup references for the look.

CS: What are some fashion trends you particularly love and hate?
AK: Love the new pointed toe, hate printed jeans.

To hear more from our fashion chat with Anna Kendrick, read more.

CS: With Fall coming up, what pieces are you looking forward to rocking?
AK: I love Elie Saab, Mulberry, Dior amongst others and am looking forward to wearing more from their resort and Spring 2013 collections.

CS: Snap judgment: heels or flats?
AK: Flats for day, heels for night.

CS: Leather or lace?
AK: Lace.

CS: Red carpet or street style?
AK: Street.

CS: Black or color?
AK: Color.

CS: Mini or maxi?
AK: Mini.

September 22nd, 2012 · Captures, End of Watch, Gallery, Media, Pitch Perfect, Stills · By Fram


September 21st, 2012 · Anna News, End of Watch, Interviews, The Company You Keep · By Fram

posted by on September 21st, 2012

Before she unleashes her inner gleek in next week’s a capella comedy Pitch Perfect, Anna Kendrick goes to a decidedly darker place in David Ayer’s gritty new cop-umentary, End of Watch. In it, she plays the doting girlfriend to Jake Gyllenhaal’s fearless man in blue, who, along with his partner (played by Michael Pena), get themselves into some deep doo-doo by playing cowboy in the wild west streets of South Central L.A. It was one of two films Kendrick premiered at last week’s TIFF, the other being Robert Redford’s restrained thriller The Company You Keep. Here, the 27-year-old actress discusses her naivete when it comes to drugs, post-production depression, and why she would never, ever marry a cop.

Do you enjoy coming to Toronto?
Yeah, Toronto has been really good to me. I mean, obviously I’ve been lucky to be here with films that I’m really proud of and people seem to connect with. But the audiences are just really present, and it seems to be really a mixed-bag of industry people, festival people, and people who have maybe never been to a festival before. Like some of the really young people at 50/50 and End of Watch, I got the sense that they had no idea that, like for example, the cast would come and sit down in the audience. They were really excited it, and it was like, “You know, that’s how festivals work, right?”

Well, this is a festival for cinephiles, as opposed to something like Cannes that can feel a little more contrived and industry based.
Yeah absolutely, but it’s also kind of elegant. Like Sundance is rough and tumble in that sense, but here it’s nice to put on a proverbial dress when you’re in your movie.

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Digging for Fire (2015)
Anna as Unknown
Director: Joe Swanberg
Genre: Drama
Status: Post-Production
It's a love story about a husband and wife, the pleasures and pains of building a family and maintaining a relationship.
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Pitch Perfect 2 (2015)
Anna as Beca
Director: Elizabeth Banks
Genre: Music, Comedy
Status: Post-Production
A sequel to the 2012 musical comedy that follows Fat Amy and Beca through their senior year at Barden University.
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Into the Woods (2014)
Anna as Cinderella
Director: Rob Marshall
Genre: Musical, Comedy
Status: Post-Production
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.
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The Hollars (TBA)
Anna as Rebecca
Director: John Krasinski
Genre: Drama
Status: Post-Production
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.
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Cake (2014)
Anna as Nina
Director: Daniel Barnz
Genre: Drama
Status: Post-Production
The acerbic, hilarious Claire Simmons becomes fascinated by the suicide of a woman in her chronic pain support group.
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The Last 5 Years (2014)
Anna as Cathy Hyatt
Director: Richard LaGravenese
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Musical
Status: Post-Production
Based on the musical, a struggling actress and her novelist lover each illustrate the struggle and deconstruction of their love affair.
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Get a Job (2014)
Anna as Jillian Stewart
Director: Dylan Kidd
Genre: Comedy
Status: Completed
A comedy centered around a recent college graduate, his friends, and their attempts to secure employment.
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Current Projects
Happy Christmas (2014)
Released on June 26, 2014 (US)
Director: Joe Swanberg
After a break up, Jenny moves in with writer Kelly, her filmmaker husband, and their child. Despite a rocky start, Jenny's influence helps Kelly realize that an evolution in her life, career and relationship is necessary for her happiness.
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Life After Beth (2014)
Released on July 15, 2014 (US)
Director: Jeff Baena
A young man's recently deceased girlfriend mysteriously returns from the dead, but he slowly realizes she is not the way he remembered her.
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The Voices (2014)
Released on January 19, 2014 (Sundance)
Director: Marjane Satrapi
A disturbed factory worker who hears advice from his pet dog and cat is implicated in the accidental death of his co-worker.
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