Pitch Perfect, a sleeper hit musical comedy, recently marked the tenth aca-anniversary of the film’s theatrical release in 2012. I still remember the first time that I saw this film way just over a decade ago. It was the end of September 2012. I had already been a fan of Anna Kendrick as a result of Up in the Air and knew Brittany Snow from watching American Dreams on NBC. It should go without saying…"Pitch Perfect Marks 10 Year Aca-Anniversary"
Kay Cannon spoke with Solzy at the Movies about the new musical, Cinderella, launching September 3 on Amazon Prime Video. There have been so many Cinderella films over the years including the Disney film in 2015. Did you have any hesitation to take on the project when James Corden and company reached out? Kay Cannon: Well, initially, I absolutely did because Cinderella wasn’t a fairy tale that I really related to. I was more of…"Kay Cannon talks Cinderella"
Writer-director Kay Cannon makes movie magic once again with one of the most original takes on Cinderella to hit the big or small screen. Cannon’s take is one that truly subverts everything we know about the fairy tale. Not even Walt Disney would have been able to come up with a take such as this. What Cannon does here is bold and unique. Granted, there wasn’t much of a push for diversity on screen when…"Cinderella: Kay Cannon Makes Movie Magic Again"
Blockers is the type of comedy that will lead one to fall out of their seat from laughing so much. The film will recall classics like Porky’s, Superbad, and American Pie but Blockers is an instant classic in its own right. After all, how many films feature butt-chugging?!? Best of all is that Kay Cannon is a female director of an R-rated studio film in which the women get to call the shots of when…"SXSW 2018: Blockers: An Instant Classic from Kay Cannon"