Jimmy Fallon loves playing games with his guests, so when Rebel Wilson visited Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on Monday to promote Pain and Gain, he invited her to partake in a round of improv dancing and things got interesting.
The game involves reaching into the velvety dance bag to pick a random mystery dance move. Whatever is written on the card is the “dance” they are supposed to improvise. There are some good ones, like “The Mick Jagger Chicken,” but I’m personally a fan of the “I Feel Like Someone’s Behind Me” move.
What’s your fav move?
The MTV Movie Awards may not be the Grammys or the Academy Awards, but its red carpet always features some of the best dressed young stars—and the not so well dressed.
This time around we’ll stick to those at the MTV Movie Awards show who looked fantastic. Notable mention goes to JWOW who looked stunning (surprise!). Suits, dresses and lots of leather, this years red carpet had some pretty great looks.
Also, host Rebel Wilson looked great. Just putting that out there.
Here is who ANDPOP thinks are the 5 best dressed of the MTV Movie Awards
The Les Mis actor always kills it on the red carpet. This time, he took the Movie Awards show’s younger, vibe in stride and looked very hip as he layered a leather jacket over a denim shirt. The casual look worked perfectly for an awards show as fun as the MTV Movie Awards.
The creative ombré placement works so well on Emma Watson’s adorable, fun dress. Does she ever not look amazing?
Chloe Moretz is one of those young stars who always manage to look youthful yet great at the same time. She doesn’t try to dress older than she is, and always manages to find the perfect outfit that’s both tame, yet fashion forward. This patchwork Louis Vuitton denim dress is perfect for the casual look most go for at the MTV Movie Awards, and her shoes are killer.
Definitely the most dapper looking of the night. You can never go wrong with a classic black suit . The no tie, open button up shirt really helps to bring the suit down a notch for a more casual, fun look.
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Rebel Wilson totally killed it as the MTV Movie Awards host Sunday night. Who knew Wilson could own the all-leather look? I didn’t, but now I do.
Naturally, Wilson rounded up all her Pitch Perfect pals for a huge opening number — a Girl On Fire/Lose Yourself/Thrift Shop mashup. The performance was incredible, and I am so pleased they performed something brand new, and didn’t try to recreate a number from the show.
It’s also nice to see Skylar Astin, Rebel Wilson, and Brittany Snow all together again. Actually, it’s nice to Skylar Astin on your TV screen in general. It’s just a shame Anna Kendrick couldn’t make the performance, but let’s face it, the show was all about Rebel Wilson. The woman has taken the world by storm, and last nights performance just proved that.
Anna Kendrick is the latest person to jump on the K-Pop bandwagon as she teams up with super girl group F(x) for this Funny or Die video!
“America’s Sweetheart” gets the full k-pop makeover, complete with recording sessions, dance rehearsals and the obligatory new look. “I look like I’m in Cloud Atlas,” she said. Don’t forget to look out for F(x)’s Victoria as channels every single Pitch Perfect fangirl (GPOY, amirite?).
It’s no secret we love Pitch Perfect. It was just one of the many reasons why we love Rebel Wilson.
Basically, we all think the whole Pitch Perfect cast is flawless, especially Anna Kendrick. We even still very much like the Cup Song from the musical even though everyone, and I mean everyone, has been trying to imitate it.
Andrewpresents on Tumblr claims the movie’s studio was looking to release a radio version of the Cup Song. If, when, why—it all doesn’t matter to us. Just get this on our iPods NOW and we’ll all be happier people for it.
I don’t know why Hanna Fylling Ellingseter from Norway was compelled to do this but here is she making up a little diddy as she tries to not stab her hand with a knife. This better not turn into a thing like that Cup Song from Pitch Perfect because I’d rather not a) have to listen to everyone singing this and b) be a witness when the song goes horribly wrong.
Just to make it clear: we know that performing an entire song a cappella solo and complete with instrumentals isn’t new. So yeah, this might not be the most cutting edge video out there right now, but what, we still can’t be impressed by it? We’re still riding our high after Pitch Perfect‘s Rebel Wilson tweeted our “The 21 Best Moments of Rebel Wilson on Film (and in Real Life) story. We also may or may not have watched the movie once, twice, or every night since then as a result. So yeah, we’re in a musical mood. Get at me, bro.
Anyways, back to video which is awe-to-the-some. Inhyeok Yeo basically recreates Stevie Wonder’s “I Wish” all by himself. Good song choice. Great talent. Simple as that.
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These past few years have belonged to Rebel Wilson’s growing film career, and we are just going along for the ride. Over the past few years Wilson has had us peeing ourself laughing in Bridemaids, What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Struck By Lightning, and obviously Pitch Perfect.
I feel like Fat Amy is this year’s icon. I haven’t seen a movie this gif-able, as frequently blogged about and as casually quoted since Mean Girl because let’s be honest, we all have some Amy in us. If Rebel Wilson was here, I am sure she would have make a dirty joke about that previous statement.
I hope Rebel Wilson’s career lasts a very long time because I can’t help but smile when she’s on the screen. She is the epitome of a scene stealer. The greatest thing about her is her improv. Most of the time, we weren’t always laughing at the writers’ beloved jokes. We were instead laughing at her own comedic genius. For example, while Chris Colfer DID write the lines, “Bitch fork” and “Bite me, hobbit,” he did not write the hilarious “we will spread that shit like nutella” in Struck By Lightning. The movie was brilliant as is, but Wilson brought a little darkness to the small comedy.
Sorry Lena Dunham, but I think Rebel Wilson is the voice of this generation. I have yet to meet a person who doesn’t think Rebel Wilson is the most hysterical person to grace Young Hollywood. It’s because of her that people watch Pitch Perfect on a constant basis.
My favourite thing about Rebel Wilson is how she is funny on- and off-screen. There is nothing not to love about this woman, and her co-stars have only great things to say about her. I have made the official decision that she and I need to be best friends… So Rebel, if you ever read this, fly me over to L.A. and we should get a few drinks together. Sounds good?
See Rebel Wilson’s greatest moments below
Pitch Perfect: “Fat Amy”
She can sing, she can act…and now she can play with cups too?!
Proving everyone that she’s just a regular dork like one of us, Anna Kendrick stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman to promote her new film Pitch Perfect. During the interview, she even managed to show off some of her secret talents!
A regular Reddit user, the actress called herself ”a loser” and admitted that she spent the whole afternoon watching a viral video to learn how to play with cups while singing. And let me say, she nails it!
Dear Anna, don’t ever change. In fact, I think we should be BFFs.
Watch the video here:
And if you’re wondering which viral video Anna is talking about, here it is!
In a society fascinated by Glee, here is yet another film exploring the idea of singing in a show choir.
Helmed by Dawson’s Creek director Jason Moore, Pitch Perfect stars Anna Kendrick in the middle of an a capella group at her all-girls’ college. Needing to rebuild and beat the rival all-boys group, the film also features the talents of Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson, Adam DeVine and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (yes, McLovin from Superbad!!)
While it’s pretty obvious what the outcome of the story is, I can imagine this film being a complete cringeworthy cheesefest.
But with the hilarious Rebel Wilson delivering her one-liners, catchy songs sung in a capella and some obvious romance put in, this looks like a guilty-pleasure type of movie.