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Gallery Update: Photoshoots

Anna has done a new photoshoot series with photographer Casey Curry for People magazine. 12 MQ untagged photos have been added to the gallery :) I’ve also added 3 MQ’s to a shoot she did for RapturePalooza in 2012:

Photoshoots & Press > Portraits > Rapture Palooza shoot 2012

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Photoshoots & Press > Photo Shoot Sets > Casey Curry for People (Oct. 3, 2014)

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Gallery Update: MQ Recent Appearances

Photoshoots & Press > Press Conferences > September 09, 2014: “Cake” Press Conference – TIFF

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Photoshoots & Press > Photocalls > Cake Cast Photocall (September 09, 2014)

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Appearances & Events > Appearances in 2014 > Sep 08: “Cake” Premiere – Toronto International Film Festival

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Appearances & Events > Appearances in 2014 > Sep 11: “The Voices” Premiere – 2014 Toronto International Film Festival

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‘The Last 5 Years’ Clip

Anna Kendrick serenades Jeremy Jordan in ‘The Last 5 Years’ clip

“You don’t have to get a haircut,” Anna Kendrick sings to her beloved in The Last 5 Years, “you don’t have to change your shoes.” And you don’t have to wait until the film’s 2015 release to get a taste of Kendrick as Cathy.

The Last 5 Years, directed by P.S. I Love You‘s Richard LaGravenese, is adapted from Jason Robert Brown’s Off-Broadway hit that follows a couple’s five-year relationship told almost exclusively through song—and also told from two different timelines. Cathy’s parts begin at the end of the relationship while Jamie’s (Jeremy Jordan) begin at the start of it, and the two story lines don’t collide until Jamie proposes.

Sound confusing? Kendrick says not to worry. “It all just kind of feels like vignettes, like scenes from a marriage, except musical versions,” she told EW in February. “We were really worried about making sure that people were following the timeline of it, and actually it all works.”

In an exclusive clip, Kendrick’s Cathy seems to be at a good place in the relationship: She sings to Jamie about how he’s perfect the way he is in a song that’s often interrupted by kisses and, eventually, some undressing.

The Weinstein Company’s RADiUS nabbed the North American Rights to the film at the Toronto International Film Festival and are planning for a Valentine’s Day 2015 release. {insidemovies.ew.com}

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Press Update

Anna Kendrick says she threw out diamond earrings sent to her home by fan

Anna Kendrick does not accept gifts sent to her private residence.

The 29-year-old “Pitch Perfect” actress told a disturbing story in a recent podcast about when a crazed fan sent a very pricey present to her home address.

“I got (a gift) with, like, a really long letter about how he really felt like we should be together, and if I would just give him a chance, and he didn’t want to do it over social media because he thought that would pressure me because it was public … he (wanted) to be a gentleman. And he, uh, sent me a pair of diamond earrings,” shetold host Marc Maron Monday on an episode of “WTF.”

“Get the f–k out of here, for real ones?” Maron asked Kendrick.

“For real diamond earrings,” the brunette beauty confirmed.

“I did go and check. And I was just like, these have to go into the trash. I can’t. I cannot. I cannot wear them. I can’t give them to someone. It’s too weird. If the teddy bear goes in the trash, these go in the trash,” Kendrick continued.

“Just on principle. So, I had to throw them away. If you send something to my house, it’s going in the trash.”

The starlet just wowed onlookers Sunday at the Toronto International Film Festival as she stepped out for the premiere of her latest film, “The Last Five Years.”{nydailynews.com}

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WTF Podcast

Anna was interviewed for WTF Podcast.



When Anna Kendrick was 10 years old, she convinced her parents to drive her from their home in Maine to New York City for auditions. That decision has paid off with a pair of huge award nominations, roles opposite some of the world’s biggest movie stars and a multi-platinum hit song. Anna and Marc talk about the many highlights of her young career and why she’s always worried that none of it is real. wtfpod.com

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Gallery Update: Photoshoots + Portraits

Photoshoots & Press > Photo Shoot Sets > Zooey Magazine (2011)

Photoshoots & Press > Portraits > “Cake” @ 2014 Toronto International Film Festival (Sep. 09, 2014)

Photoshoots & Press > Portraits > Maarten de Boer @ TIFF 2014 (Sept. 04, 2014)

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Photoshoots & Press > Photo Shoot Sets > Mary Ellen Matthews for SNL (April 2014)

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Photoshoots & Press > Photo Shoot Sets > Annelise Phillips for Remix Fall 2011

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Photoshoots & Press > Photocalls > Up in the Air Tokyo Photocall (2010)

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Gallery Update: September Candids

Candids > Candids in 2014 > Sep 22: Shops for home improvements in L.A.

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Candids > Candids in 2014 > Sep 17: Heads to the DMV in L.A.

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Candids > Candids in 2014 > Sep 15: Leaving her House in L.A.

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Candids > Candids in 2014 > Sep 12: LAX Airport

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Candids > Candids in 2014 > Sep 09: Anna Kendrick seen leaving Brassaii Restaurant after press event during TIFF

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Candids > Candids in 2014 > Sep 06: Anna arrives at Toronto Pearson airport for the 2014 Toronto Film Festival

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Anna on ‘ET Canada’

Media & Interviews > Talk Shows > Stills > ET Canada – Sep 10, 2014

If you are from Canada you can view the video at etcanada.com

Anna Kendrick & Jeremy Jordan Sing Their Hearts Out In TIFF’s ‘The Last Five Years’

Two years after hitting it big in Pitch Perfect, Anna Kendrick is back singing her heart out in the musical movie The Last Five Years. Newcomer Jeremy Jordan joins Kendrick in the film they both premiered on day five at the Toronto Film Festival.

ET Canada caught up with the co-stars, and quickly got one small detail out of the way — the singing was pre-recorded. But unlike in Les Miserables, most scenes wouldn’t allow the on-set singing. “There are scenes where we’re in a convertible on the westside highway. It would make no sense to even try to record live sound,” Kendrick says. “So we didn’t want to be precious about singing live and making it a gimmick just to be like ‘we did the whole thing live.'”

Jordan, who formerly starred in Newsies and the hit musical series Smash, is a Tony-nominated actor who, sadly, is spending his two-year wedding anniversary away from his wife while promoting The Last Five Fears at TIFF.