The official B-Roll footage of “ParaNornam” is finally in our video archive. It’s spited in five parts but only the first two have Anna. Rest parts have more technical stuff but still they are really interesting to watch so go ahead and take a look:
Anna talks ParaNorman to Kristien Gijbels Morato.
I love Miss Anna Kendrick! Not only is she a talented actress who can steal scenes anytime, she is also a sweet person. I interviewed her for “Up in the Air” a while back, and when she saw me for the “ParaNorman” junket, she immediately gave me a hug. Awwww.
In the movie, Kendrick voices the character of Courtney, Norman’s older, superficial sister. In this interview, we talked about:
*** Her interest in making “ParaNorman”
*** The film’s 80s vibe — John Hughes meets John Carpenter
*** Voicing the character of Courtney
*** Courtney’s nice lips HA!
*** Does she believe in the paranormal?
Kodi Smit-McPhee and Anna Kendrick pay tribute to the hard work that goes into making the stop-motion animation used in their newest film ‘ParaNorman.’ (Aug. 9)
As you may notice our Video Archive is back and running normally after some downtime and I started updating with all the missing stuff. I’m planning to update with all the “ParaNorman” promotional interviews today so stay tuned.
Oh gosh, we have so many things to tell you about our interviews with the cast of Paranorman. Where to even begin? With Leslie Mann talking about her crush on cougar-loving Harry Styles? With Kodi Smit-McPhee talking about his Cody alter-ego, Cody Simpson? Or perhaps with Anna Kendrick doing her “Call Me Maybe” dance and/or talking about how she doesn’t understand The Hunger Games? See? We told ya this one was juicy.
But enough about us. Watch the interview with those three cast members (plus Christopher Mintz Plasse aka McLovin!) above, and be sure to check out Paranorman in theaters this weekend!
In this official clip for “Pitch Perfect” the cast signs a mashup of Rihanna’s “S&M”, Foreigner, Salt ‘n Pepa’s “Let’s Talk About Sex” and Blackstreet’s “No Diggity”. Beca, a freshman at Barden University, is cajoled into joining The Bellas, her school’s all-girls singing group. Injecting some much needed energy into their repertoire, The Bellas take on their male rivals in a campus competition.