On the Pitch Perfect cast being a Family:
“[It’s] not [family] in the cheesy sense. In the truest sense. We didn’t choose each other, but if anyone tried to say anything against one of us, none of us would stand for it. We have a group text, everyone texts, ‘Love you guys, miss you so much, etc’, while I’m trying to think of a joke to text, because I’m not so great with sincerity. I’m like, ‘Get away from me.’ It’s not that I don’t love them, it’s just that’s not in my personality.”
On her book Scrappy Little Nobody:
“I do feel like there are probably some exes who will maybe not be thrilled. But all I can say is, it was my perception of how it happened. I definitely wake up in cold sweats thinking, ‘Shit, I need to cut that. What was I thinking?’ There are times when I really want to censor a lot of it but then I just think, ‘Well then, why the hell am I doing it?’”
“On social media, a lot of people say, ‘I feel like I know you,’ but if anything, that’s beneficial to me, because when I interact with people and end up saying something awkward – which I am wont to do – they get it, and they don’t feel uncomfortable. People get my sense of humour in advance.”
You can check out Anna’s full feature in the September issue of Marie Claire UK, on newsstands now!
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