The stars of the Pitch Perfect franchise make it so hard to say goodbye. At the premiere of the third movie in Australia, Rebel Wilson, Ruby Rose, Brittany Snow, and Anna Camp all stepped out in incredible looks that hit very high notes.
Emme, a former news reporter and the first mainstream plus-size supermodel in the 1990s, referred to herself as “the windshield of the full-figured industry, where you’re going 100 mph and all the bugs get stuck to it.”
On Wednesday, Oscar-nominated actress Maggie Gyllenhaal divulged that the age-old aphorism “age is just a number” sadly—but truly, and probably not so surprisingly—doesn’t apply to women in film. “There are things that are really disappointing about being an actress in Hollywood that surprise me all the time,” she told The Wrap. Pitch Perfect 2′s Rebel Wilson is being scrutinized for lying about her age.
Photo: Rebel Wilson may be best known for scene-stealing in films like Bridesmaids and the Pitch Perfects, but she’s also acted as a body positive advocate, encouraging women to accept themselves for who they are. Now, she’s using her sensibility sartorially by collaborating with Torrid (think Forever21 specifically for women sized 12 to 28) on a capsule collection that will launch in late 2015. “I’ve had a ‘torrid’ affair with buying clothes all my life. I’ve been loving designing the clothes for my capsule collection.
"Pitch Perfect" is back and better than ever. The leading ladies—Elizabeth Banks, Anna Camp, Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, Hailee Steinfeld, Rebel Wilson, and more—are traveling around the world in style in preparation of their film coming out on May 14. Banks, who's always been a fashion star and has added director to her list of responsibilities for the comedy sequel, continues to show off her sartorial chops. With designer pieces from Emilia Wickstead, Peter Pilotto, Elie Saab, and more, she never seems to play it safe—and that's a good thing.
Rebel Wilson never thought she’d be the type of girl to be doing fashion shoots. The comedienne appears on the cover of Elle Australia’s April issue wearing a hot pink Marina Rinaldi coat layered over a Peter Pan collared shirt with pearl embellishment by Roaman. Sure, the centerfold usually features full-length shots (Wilson’s curves are completely disguised in a coat in one), but a magazine has yet to depict a non-sample sized woman properly. Elle Australia’s stateside sister publication, in particular, has been guilty of creatively obscuring a full body from view on multiple occasions. When Mindy Kaling covered the magazine last year for the fourth annual Women in TV issue, she appeared on one of four covers along with Zooey Deschanel, Amy Poehler, and Allison Williams.