Anna Kendrick may not be able to join her Pitch Perfect castmates during their opening performance of the ceremony, hosted by co-star Rebel Wilson, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have any music to contribute to the offerings this Sunday!
Ch-ch-check out the just-released music video for the song she sang in the AH-MAY-ZING flick, called Cups (above)!
Totally cute! Totally charming!
And most of all, SUPREMELY TALENTED!
Now please, tell us where that diner is! We want our meal with a side of song and sass, too! LOLz!
In case you're not a musical theater junkie and not in the know, Barry Levinson along with Sheryl Crow and director Kathleen Marshall are trying to get a musical off the ground based on his 1982 autobiographical movie Diner.
Sources reveal that things are starting to gain momentum for the show, as the three creative minds had a "workshop" right before the holidays with some potential players. In on the meeting was “Book of Mormon” star Andrew Rannells reading the role of Fenwick, Annaleigh Ashford of off-Broadway’s “Rent” the part of Beth and “Anything Goes” star Colin Donnell reading Boogie.
The big news out of the meeting came from these actors themselves, who were apparently "blown away" by the music Sheryl Crow has composed for the show. A source from the inside further reveals: