She’s been nominated for a Tony (for the 1998 Broadway musical High Society, when she was 13), an Oscar, BAFTA, Golden Globe and SAG Award (all for Up In The Air in 2009), and two Independent Spirit Awards. She starred in the Twilight movies as Bella’s friend Jessica, and, of course, as lead a capella singer Beca in the Pitch Perfect films.
Here’s where you’ll find the Scrappy Little Nobody (that’s the title of her autobiography) on internet TV.
Love Life on Showmax
This romantic comedy anthology series starring Anna Kendrick looks at the journey you take and people you meet between your first love and finding the person you stay with forever. It’s described as “charming” and “pleasant”, and is an easy, light 10-episode binge-watch.
Pitch Perfect on Showmax and Netflix
Beca (Anna Kendrick) is more interested in pursuing her dream of becoming a music producer than making the most of her time at college. But then she joins an a capella group that will change her life. Expect romance, drama, laughter and big hits – not to mention Kendrick performing Cups, which became a viral internet sensation after the movie was released.
Pitch Perfect 2 on Showmax
After a humiliating command performance at The Kennedy Center, the Barden Bellas enter an international competition that no American group has ever won in order to regain their status and right to perform.
A Simple Favour on Showmax
Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick play Emily and Stephanie, two mothers whose kids go to the same elementary school. When Emily goes missing, mommy blogger Stephanie takes it upon herself to investigate.
Get A Job on DStv Now
Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick star in this fun 2016 comedy about two recent graduates who have to put their lives on hold while they look for good, stable jobs.
Up In The Air on Netflix
Anna Kendrick plays gutsy college grad Natalie, who follows Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) around the country as he flies to one corporate setting after another, firing other people’s employees for a living. She’s got ideas for how to shake up the system, and ambition in spades, but Ryan’s having none of it. Along with Kendrick’s Best Supporting Actress nomination, the movie was nominated for another five Academy Awards.
Trolls Holiday on Netflix
Anna Kendrick once again voices Poppy in this Netflix special that’s a spin-off, of sorts, of the original movie. She and Justin Timberlake sang together on the soundtrack of the original movie, and anyone who’s watched Pitch Perfect knows she’s got a voice on her.
Check out this Ms Mojo video of some of the best Anna Kendrick moments!