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“Pitch Perfect 3” Will Make You Feel That Post-College Pain All Over Again

Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, and Hailee Steinfeld return for the third installment of the acapella comedy series.

by Hope Schreiber

by Hope Schreiber

For many people, their college years will always remain their golden ones.

In fact, people often find themselves trying to relive what they were doing when they were still trying to get their older suite mate to buy them alcohol. Graduates return to their old stomping grounds once a year for Alumni Day and find out that they are no longer needed on their ultimate frisbee team, despite starting it. Your club no longer sings a chant you created at old competitions, and that favorite professor of yours? They have absolutely no recollection that you ever existed.

There is no exception made for the beloved Barden Bellas. The old crew gets together again in Pitch Perfect 3, except this time they find out their old acapella group has new, younger members.

Naturally, they do what anyone would do in this situation. They accept they had a great time in college and move on, letting those who are younger enjoy their time at school like they did.

Wrong. Instead, Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Anna Camp, Brittany Snow, and Hailee Steinfeld  return for the ride and go on tour for the USO in Europe. The women are up against a new foe this time — people who actually play instruments… and one of them is Ruby Rose

The film, produced by Universal Pictures, is sure to be as big of a hit as the previous two installments, but fans of #Bechloe (who "ship" Anna Kendrick and Brittany Snow’s characters), will be disappointed to see how often Snow winks at the soldiers, who are meant to provide plentiful eye candy in the film.

Despite Beca (Kendrick) being offered a solo record deal in the trailer, it seems like this “farewell tour” probably won’t be the last of the Bellas, as Kendrick has said that she and the cast would “do them forever.”

The Pitches hit theaters on December 22.


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Hope Schreiber

Hope Schreiber is a writer from New York currently living in LA. She is an expert in folklore, demonology, and can pronounce "charcuterie.”



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