Anna Kendrick has been the star of her own successful franchise (“Pitch Perfect”) and received an Oscar nomination.
The same year Kendrick, 36, appeared in “New Moon,” she also co-starred in “Up in the Air” alongside George Clooney and was nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actress. The next year, at the same time as “Eclipse,” she appeared in “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.” Essentially, she was already reaching levels of stardom that others in the cast would aspire to — and she was playing the minor role of Jessica, one of Bella’s friends in “Twilight.”
The year after “Breaking Dawn Part 2,” Kendrick starred in “Pitch Perfect,” which would spawn two sequels, earn over $100 million at the box office, and earn her a top 10 hit on the Hot 100 with “Cups.”
Besides “Pitch Perfect,” Kendrick has also starred in musicals like “Into the Woods” and “The Last Five Years,” was nominated for an Emmy for her work in “Dummy,” starred in one of HBO Max’s first original series (“Love Life“), joined another franchise with “Trolls,” and wrote a memoir. Other popular films she’s been in include “A Simple Favor,” “Noelle,” and “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates,” among others.
Most recently, she starred in the Netflix sci-fi film “Stowaway” in April, and she will star in the thriller “Alice, Darling.”
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