Anna Kendrick turns 30

Anna Kendrick turns 30

Anna Kendrick, who played the main character, “Beca,” in hit comedy singing movie, “Pitch Perfect”, and in its recent sequel, “Pitch Perfect 2,” also starring Rebel Wilson, Skylar Astin, and Brittany Snow, recently turned thirty on August 9. She also offered her comments on what it is like to be thirty. You may also have seen Kendrick in the recent musical, “Into the Woods,” as Cinderella, alongside Chris Pine, who played Prince Charming.


Kendrick posed for Elle Magazine alongside a good friend of hers, actress and comedienne Aubrey Plaza and spoke about her feelings on reaching the age of thirty, which by the way does not seem to be as resented as before but rather a milestone age.


Kendrick expressed her belief that in her twenties, she felt as if she had to put up with a lot of things. She said the same, saying it of the thirties but also offered the comment that she can now go home before two a.m. and it is because she can, according to USA today.


Making strides in Hollywood and even having a new movie releasing soon, and making us all laugh endlessly, the 30-year-old actress even lip-synced successfully to One Direction’s “Steal My Girl” on Lip-Sync Battle on television recently. She even revealed details about a book she is writing. The novel features Kendrick’s thoughts on visiting Maine, where she originates from and the glamour of her Hollywood life.


Kendrick also announced that she will return as Beca Mitchell in 2017 in “Pitch Perfect 3” as well.

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