Fox’s Taken 2 brings in the big bucks in its opening weekend, Universal’s singing comedy Pitch Perfect takes third place and Hotel Transylvania beats up Frankenweenie.
Pitch Perfect director Jason Moore and producers Max Handelman and Paul Brooks discuss the cyclical nature of musicals, settling on the right songs, and celebrating the passion of competitive a cappella.
Veteran 30 Rock writer Kay Cannon talks about making her feature debut with the musical comedy Pitch Perfect, which she describes as “Bring It On in the a cappella world.”
Co-stars Anna Kendrick and Brittany Snow discuss early on-stage mishaps, musical mash-ups, on-set camaraderie and Universal Pictures’ Pitch Perfect, which opens Friday nationwide.
Australian actress Rebel Wilson discusses her role in Universal Pictures’ musical comedy Pitch Perfect, her roundabout route to Hollywood, and mermaid dancing.
Sony’s CGI0animated Hotel Transylvania won the weekend, opening at the North American box office a record-breaking $43 million, while the Sony co-production Looper scored second place and performed well in China.
A jumble of Bridesmaids, Glee and Bring It On, director Jason Moore’s musical comedy Pitch Perfect is packed with plot contrivances and unfunny gags. However, the mash-ups are catchy, and Rebel Wilson steals the show.