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Anna Camp and The Stars of ‘Pitch Perfect’ Sing and Spill Set Secrets—VIDEO

Oct 06, 2012 | 12:49pm EDT



Hey you! Why are you just sitting on your computer? You should really be at the movies, dancing in your seat, and enjoying the new insta-classic Pitch Perfect. Set on a college campus where a cappella is the cool thing to do, a group of girls put their hilarious differences aside in hopes of redeeming themselves from last year’s (unbelievably gross) failure.

Leading the Bellas is Aubrey, (Anna Camp) a drill sergeant of singing who is more focused on winning instead of making friends. But when met up with the The Mindy Project beauty, we were pleasantly surprised to learn that Camp could not be more different from her a capella alter-ego. In fact she and Skylar Astin were kind enough to grace us with their singing skills.

Check out the full interview below to hear their Pitch Perfect pipes, learn details on the rumored sequel and find out which aca-ism Camp enjoyed the most from the film!

In the film, Ester Dean and Hana Mae Lee’s characters were definitely the comic relief, and believe it or not the girls are even more hilarious in real life. The dynamic duo shared secrets from a cappella boot camp, and when they like to burst into song. Plus, got a lesson in beat boxing and an exclusive shout-out!

Making his big screen directorial debut, Jason Moore decided to begin the film in a very unique way. “I was trying to find a way to open the movie and tell everyone that it’s a comedy and also explain to them what a cappella was,” he says. Check out our video below to learn more about Moore’s favorite scene (Hint: it’s the one that doesn’t involve clothes!) and find out why he got down and dirty with Rebel Wilson.

You can catch Pitch Perfect in theaters everywhere.

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[Photo Credit: Universal]


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