After the two delightful bits of froth that were the first two Pitch Perfect movies, the third in the series finds the Bellas out in the real world after graduation – and and finding real life to be a lot less fun than the aca-awesome days in college.
What to do? What to do?
The teaser trailer for Pitch Perfect 3 offers a look at how the former Bellas choose to deal with that question – and it looks like an intriguing variation on what has gone before.
GKIDS (producer and distributor of animated features for adults and family audiences), Annecy International Animation Film Festival (the world’s leading animation Festival and Market) and Variety magazine have announced the launch of Animation Is Film – and annual animation film festival in Los Angeles.
The first edition will run October 20-22 at the TCL Chinese 6 Theater in Hollywood (Mann’s Chinese Theater) with a showcase of 20 programs including feature films in competition, special presentations, retrospectives and short film programs.
Twentieth Century Fox Film has announced a strategic investment in comics and graphic novels publisher BOOM! Studios – a deal that gives the film studio a ‘significant minority stake in the largest independently-controlled comic book and graphic novel library.’
The deal also extends BOOM Studio’s first look movie and TV deal with Fox.
TCFF is currently in post-production on a feature film based on BOOM!’s The Empty Man, from the graphic novel by Cullen Bunn and Vanesa R. Del Rey.
Ryan Phillippe did a few genre projects as he was coming up the Hollywood ladder – Deadly Invasion: The Killer Bee Nightmare (1995), The Outer Limits: Stright and Narrow (1996), I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) – and is now playing his first adult role in a horror movie, Wish Upon.
In a new featurette released today by Broad Green Pictures, Phillippe talks about why he wanted to take on the role.