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Elizabeth Banks reveals the plot to ‘Pitch Perfect’ 2 http://goo.gl/i3lJesElizabeth Banks reveals the plot to ‘Pitch Perfect’ 2Fans of Elizabeth Banks (Effie) and Pitch Perfect fans will be excited to learn that Elizabeth has revealed the plot to the sequel Pitch Perfect 2.

Yahoo Movies spoke with Banks, who was a co-star and producer of the first film. But with its sequel, she steps up to the role of director, making Pitch Perfect 2 her directorial feature debut. But where will this sequel take Beca (Anna Kendrick) and the gang? According to Banks, Pitch Perfect 2 is set during much of the crew’s final year, meaning Beca, Fat Amy and Jesse are all set to graduate soon.
Banks explains:
“They’re coming to the end of their time as Bellas and figuring out how to sort of leave the nest and the comfort of each other’s friendship and figure out what they’re going to do with the rest of their lives.”
There you have it folks. Now who’s excited for Pitch Perfect 2 ?
Via : Cinema Blend 

Elizabeth Banks reveals the plot to ‘Pitch Perfect’ 2 http://goo.gl/i3lJes

Elizabeth Banks reveals the plot to ‘Pitch Perfect’ 2

Fans of Elizabeth Banks (Effie) and Pitch Perfect fans will be excited to learn that Elizabeth has revealed the plot to the sequel Pitch Perfect 2.

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Yahoo Movies spoke with Banks, who was a co-star and producer of the first film. But with its sequel, she steps up to the role of director, making Pitch Perfect 2 her directorial feature debut. But where will this sequel take Beca (Anna Kendrick) and the gang? According to Banks, Pitch Perfect 2 is set during much of the crew’s final year, meaning Beca, Fat Amy and Jesse are all set to graduate soon.

Banks explains:
“They’re coming to the end of their time as Bellas and figuring out how to sort of leave the nest and the comfort of each other’s friendship and figure out what they’re going to do with the rest of their lives.”

There you have it folks. Now who’s excited for Pitch Perfect 2 ?

Via : Cinema Blend 

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I’m rattled by the turn in the conversation. The implications that I could so readily dispose of Peeta, that I’m in love with Gale, that the whole thing has been an act. My cheeks begin to burn. The very notion that I’m devoting any thought to who I want presented as my lover, given our current circumstances, is demeaning. I let my anger propel me into my greatest demand. “When the war is over, if we’ve won, Peeta will be pardoned.”
-p. 40, Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

I’m rattled by the turn in the conversation. The implications that I could so readily dispose of Peeta, that I’m in love with Gale, that the whole thing has been an act. My cheeks begin to burn. The very notion that I’m devoting any thought to who I want presented as my lover, given our current circumstances, is demeaning. I let my anger propel me into my greatest demand. “When the war is over, if we’ve won, Peeta will be pardoned.”

-p. 40, Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

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See Sam Claflin’s Photos and Interviews for His Latest Film ‘The Riot Club’ http://goo.gl/xK0WBb

See Sam Claflin’s Photos and Interviews for His Latest Film ‘The Riot Club’ http://goo.gl/xK0WBb

See Sam Claflin’s Photos and Interviews for His Latest Film ‘The Riot Club’

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Sam Claflin and his fellow Riot Club cast mates and heartthrobs are on the press brigade promoting their latest film The Riot Club all over town and we have some HAWT pictures and interviews snippets to share with you thanks to that! Check them all out below!

An interview with Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, and Max Irons from the Toronto International Film Festival is featured in MR. Porter’s ‘The Journal’ along with the above and below beautiful pics!

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This trio of bright young things – Messrs Claflin and Irons are both 28 and Mr Booth is the baby of the bunch at 22 – have collected a few major roles between them. Mr Irons starred in The Host, Mr Claflin appeared in blockbuster franchises The Hunger Games and Pirates of the Caribbean, and Mr Booth recently had to repopulate the world with Ms Emma Watson in the Biblical epic Noah. Sam and Max Irons chatted with Steve Wright on BBC Radio 2 about The Riot Club, this September 17

You guys seem to have great chemistry. Did this help when making the movie?
MR CLAFLIN: Of course, it helps that we don’t hate each other. But you can’t fail to have that when you’ve worked together for as long as we did.
MR BOOTH: Before we started we went paintballing together, went out for dinner, that sort of thing. It was all about developing what the members of the Riot Club might call “banter”.
MR IRONS: When we wrapped, we understood that we’d never have that sort of thing again – that we’d never be part of such an amazing ensemble cast. And I speak for the larger group when I say that – there are 10 of us in total.

Talk me through your characters.
MR CLAFLIN: My character, Alistair Ryle, is the brother of an ex-president of the Riot Club. He’s a young man who has always lived in his brother’s shadow.
MR IRONS: Mine, Miles, isn’t from the same background as the others and becomes hypnotized by the idea of being at the top table.
MR BOOTH: And Harry, who I play, is a more senior member. He’s a young man with a title and the keys to an old country pile waiting for him when he graduates. He already has his whole life planned out for him – fixing leaky ceilings, ushering tourists through his living room etc – and as a result he sees this as the only time in his life when he’s able to cut loose.

It sounds like they aren’t all bad, then.
MR BOOTH: These are all guys who, on their own, would be the most charming people in the world. The 11th member of the Riot Club is the club itself. It engenders a pack mentality in all these impressionable young minds.

This film pokes fun at the British establishment. Is this going to be immediately obvious to an international audience?
MR CLAFLIN: A North American audience might find it easy to compare it to something like the Skull and Bones at Yale…
MR IRONS: …but what this film does give people, no matter where they’re from, is a glimpse of a totally different culture. One that’s as alien to us as it is to anybody. It touches on things that aren’t specific to Britain, too – privilege, wealth, elitism.

Toronto has a reputation as a launch pad for movies that go on to do well during awards season. Do you have high hopes?
MR CLAFLIN: No matter how well or badly this does, it is something that we’re all really proud of. A lovely cast and a wonderful director who worked miracles keeping on top of us all.

 

Listen to Sam Claflin and Max Irons chat with BBC Radio 1 about The Riot Club and more!

 

Sam Claflin and Douglas Booth were guests on This Morning in the UK and played a funny game where they had to guess which quotes were from who! Watch below!

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CLICK HERE to see pics of Sam Claflin and his The Riot Club cast mates at the BFI London Film Festival thanks to Sam Claflin Fans!

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