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Productions > Movies > The Last 5 Years (2013) > On Set: July 16

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Wooing him with those legs: Anna Kendrick shows off her pins in tiny shorts as she serenades co-star Jeremy Jordan

She’s playing the lead in a new romantic musical, and it looks like Anna Kendrick certainly knows a thing or two about wooing her man.

The stunning actress was spotted on the set of her new film The Last Five Years, serenading co-star Jeremy Jordan outside an apartment block.

The duo have been hard at work over the past few weeks shooting on location around New York.

Serenading: Anna Kendrick shoots scenes for her new film The Last Five Years in New York

Their latest scene saw Anna have her turn in the spotlight as she posed on some steps to sing to her on-screen lover.

Dressed in white denim shorts, Anna’s long toned legs were on display as the scene was shot in the blazing New York sunshine.

Anna’s look was completed with a navy tee and wedge sandals, with her long locks left loose and curled.

Leading male: Jeremy Jordan’s character was seen sitting above Anna Kendrick in the apartment as she belted out a song below

Whilst Anna was singing her heart out, Jeremy could be seen sitting in the window of the apartment block above.

The gorgeous Smash star was also dressed down in a striped jumper. It was obviously a tense scene as Jeremy looked grim-faced as Anna belted out her song.

Musical: Anna plays Cathy in the new film, which is based on the off–Broadway musical of the same name

A photo of their characters wedding could be seen resting in a frame behind Jeremy in the new scene, with the pic showing the pair looking a lot happier and decidedly more dapper.

That wedding scene was shot last week in Central Park with 27-year-old Anna wearing a stunning gown for the al fresco shots..

Wearing a low-cut cream lace gown and matching veil, Anna was seen strolling though New York’s famous Central Park for her on-screen big day.

The big day: Anna and Jeremy shot a wedding scene for their new film last week in the middle of Central Park

Anna and Jeremy have been seen filming non-stop for their new movie recently.

Jeremy plays novelist Jamie Wellerstein in love with Anna’s struggling actress character Cathy. Based on the 2002 off-Broadway musical, the duo each illustrates the struggle and deconstruction of their love affair.

The beautiful bride: Anna wore a stunning lace gown and veil to shoot scenes for The Last Five Years last week

The story is told in reverse chronological order and features two simultaneous story lines. Cathy’s tale starts at the end of the five year relationship whilst Jamie’s story line begins at the moment the couple first meet.

Due to hit cinemas next year, the characters do not directly interact except for their wedding song in the middle of the film, when their different timescales overlap.

I’ve added 460 ParaNorman screencaptures of Anna as the voice of Courtney Babbock. Even though Anna’s character is animated, she makes Courtney all her own. Courtney is kind of similar to Jessica Stanley in Twilight – she’s a ditzy blonde girl obsessed with the hot jock with the “7-pack”, and despised her weird little brother Norman (Kodee Smhit-Mcphee). The movie has enough jokes for little kids and the story line is enjoyable for adults too. The animation is gorgeous. Recommend it, and you can purchase it through Amazon here.

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Anna has had to drop her role in ‘Wish I was Here’ due to scheduling conflicts with the film she just signed for, ‘Life After Beth’. Ashley Greene, Anna’s co-star in Twilight, takes over as Janine, “a young woman into Cosplay who Braff’s brother, played by Josh Gad, becomes smitten with”.

‘Twilight’ Star Ashley Greene Replaces Anna Kendrick in Zach Braff’s Kickstarter Movie

“Twilight” star Ashley Greene has come on to replace Anna Kendrick in Zach Braff’s Kickstarter movie “Wish I Was Here,” the director announced to the project’s backers on Tuesday night.

Also joining the cast are “Scrubs” alums Bob Clendenin, Matt Winston and Alexander Chaplin.

Braff’s announcement chalked the casting switch up to a scheduling conflict.

“Well, since you’re having your first shot as being movie producer, it’s time you experience something that happens a lot: Scheduling conflicts. We’ve tried our hardest, but we’ve been unable to figure out the lovely Anna Kendrick’s scheduling conflicts with another movie she’s doing. This happens all the time in movie-land. Putting the shooting schedule together is like planning 25 weddings: each day has so many moving pieces and locations. I love Anna so much and can’t wait to work with her one day.”

As for Greene, Braff described the actress as beautiful, talented and funny. She’ll put that package to use as Janine, a young woman into Cosplay who Braff’s brother, played by Josh Gad, becomes smitten with.

“You may know Ashley from Twilight. I’ve known Ashley for a couple years now and I’m so excited she’s accepted my invitation to join our Kickstarter Klub. Not only is Ashley gorgeous and charming, but she is hilarious, a very good actress and normal and cool and we are so lucky to have her,” wrote Braff.

“Wish I Was Here” stars Braff as Aidan Bloom, a struggling actor, father and husband who is still trying to find his identity and purpose at age 35.

Kate Hudson co-stars alongside Mandy Patinkin, Jim Parsons, Donald Faison and Gad, among others.

Braff (“Garden State”) is directing from a script he co-wrote with his brother Adam Braff. Stacey Sher and Michael Shamberg are producing and production starts in August.

Greene, who played Alice Cullen in “The Twilight Saga,” next stars in Dimension’s horror movie “Random” and Randall Miller’s indie “CBGB.” She’s repped by CAA, McKeon-Myones Management and attorney Bianca Levin. {}

Really bummed about this — this role seemed perfect for Anna, and as much as Ashley was great in Twilight and as friendly as the two are, I don’t know that she can pull off the comedic role — not nearly like Anna could anyways. But then again I guess Anna can’t do everything with her super busy schedule :-/.