Oh my: Pitch Perfect 3 has now been… CONFIRMED!


It feels like it was only days ago that we piled into the cinema to watch The Bellas belt their way to the finals of their A Cappella World Championships.

Now it’s being confirmed that stars Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson will be back for a third installment of the franchise.

Universal is setting a release date of July 21. 2017, giving us plenty of time to get in some much-needed vocal rest.

The surprise was almost given away by Rebel herself on Twitter but now that news has officially been confirmed she’s free to tweet about her excitement as much as she likes.

Anna Kendrick also took to Instagram to confirm the news herself, sporting that fresh fringe that sent the internet into a meltdown not too long ago.

Pitch Perfect 2 was nominated for four Teen Choice Awards this year as well as earning almost €62m at the box office in its opening weekend.

The highly-successful series returned for its second film with Oscar-nominated actress Hailee Steinfeld playing an important new member of the group.

As of now, there aren’t any plot details (boo!) being unveiled for the third film, but we do know that not only will fan favourite Fat Amy be making her return; Elizabeth Banks will be back to produce the project (hurrah!).

Considering the majority of the Barden Bellas had graduated college by the end of the second film, it’s assumed Pitch Perfect 3 will be following what happens to a super successful a cappella singing group when they leave campus for the real world. 


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