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  • - You're turning 30 soon?

  • - Yeah. - When?

  • - Um, I'm turning 30 in August.

  • I feel thir--, like, I, when I turned 29, I felt,

  • - like, that's 30. - You were already 30?

  • - I've bee saying I'm 30 for, like, a whole year now.

  • - You just jumped ahead? - Yeah.

  • Um, so I'm, like, trying to, 'cause I'm 30 now,

  • or almost 30 or whatever, um, I've been trying to, like,

  • be more healthy, and, ugh, it's the worst.

  • - It's awful. - Is it?

  • - It's the worst. And the worst part is,

  • I feel so much better.

  • Like, that's the worst part is that, like, it works, and--

  • - Uh-huh. Wait, is this new to you?

  • Had you not been healthy up until recently?

  • - No. No. - Do you work out?

  • - I mean, I'm trying now to, you know, work out

  • and eat some vegetables, and, like,

  • it's awful. I hate it.

  • - Well... - But I feel like, "Oh,

  • this is how healthy people feel," you know?

  • - Right. - Right. I get the appeal.

  • - It actually works. - But I was really hoping

  • that I would just do it as an experiment,

  • and I would feel exactly the same.

  • - Yep. - And I could just go back

  • to eating Taco Bell whenever I wanted.

  • - And yet, no. What kind of working out

  • are you doing?

  • - I'm just doing, like, I don't know.

  • It's, like, you know, everything's all fusiony

  • and, like, it's--it's, like, you know,

  • it's, like, is it pilates, is it yoga,

  • is it, you know, it's new and sexy.

  • - Yes. That's why I'm asking.

  • - I'm just walking vigorously.

  • - I saw you walk out here. It was really good, yeah.

  • You must have burned, like, I don't know,

  • a calorie or something like that.

  • - Yeah. Felt like it. - Well, good for you.

  • Yeah. Good for you for trying.

  • And, uh, so "Pitch Perfect," the billboards are everywhere.

  • - Yeah. It's so weird. - Is that weird when

  • driving and you see yourself?

  • - I just finished a film in Georgia,

  • and, you know, felt like nothing was really going on,

  • and, yeah, Oh, my God.' I, uh, I got back to L.A.

  • a week ago, and I, like, I felt like, "Oh, my God.

  • I can't leave the house. This is so embarrassing."

  • I look a mess all the time, and, like,

  • my face is on the side of buildings and stuff.

  • I've been, like, driving around in my car, like this.

  • I'm amazed I haven't crashed into somebody.

  • - That's really--I know. That's fun.

  • - It's exciting. - Of course it is.

  • - But it's a little embarrassing 'cause every time I'm, like,

  • near one of them, I feel like someone's gonna think

  • that I'm just hanging out near one, like,

  • just, like, "Hey, is that-- Oh, who's that beautiful girl?"

  • - Yeah. - Am I right?

  • - Unless you're actually standing next to it,

  • I don't think anybody's thinking that.

  • You could just be in your car, nobody's thinking,

  • "Well, she's just driving in this neighborhood."

  • And everyone's starting to, from what I've seen, copy,

  • I don't know why, 'cause it's just a pose,

  • but you have your arms crossed, and you have,

  • and people are actually now--

  • - This makes me so happy.

  • Yeah, these, uh, a couple of people sent me photos

  • of, uh, themselves doing this.

  • Yeah, it just got crazier and crazier,

  • and, um, and it was great for me because, um,

  • you know, the--when we shot the poster, you know,

  • um, the studio kind of wanted me to pose a little, like,

  • sexier, and I, you know, that's just not who this character is,

  • and I don't think that's what, you know, girls have to be.

  • And so this is just me, like,

  • warmed my tiny little heart so much.

  • Um, and I love the, like, the--the father and son there,

  • like, oh, it's just-- it's so adorable.

  • - It's sweet. - It makes me really happy.

  • - There's nothing wrong with that.

  • I mean, usually body language like that

  • means you're closed off, but it's just--you're just--

  • - Yeah, it just, you know, it's like you're, you know,

  • - you're powerful. - Right.

  • - You're just-- - Yeah.

  • I think we should do the rest of the interview like this

  • - together. - Fine. Fine.

  • - I don't know why we wouldn't. - I don't even care.

  • - Yeah.

  • I don't care either.

  • And so you posted a picture of yourself--

  • I like this very much, of you wearing a onesie after the--

  • you just got--got home and got comfortable, didn't you?

  • - I sure did. Yeah, after the premiere.

  • I got in my own onesie.

  • Yeah, I posted that photo, um, 'cause I always think

  • that's the best part of the night is when you get home

  • and get comfortable.

  • And that thing, I mean, I would wear that--

  • the next time I come on the show,

  • I swear I'll wear that if you let me.

  • If it's not weird.

  • It's saved my life so many times.

  • You guys gave it to me when you visited the set

  • - of "Pitch Perfect 2." - Isn't it so comfortable?

  • - It is incredible. - I'm so glad.

  • Well, thank you for posting that.

  • - Can I get, like, a cut of the sales of these now, or...?

  • I mean, that's not what this was about,

  • - but I'm thinking about it. - No, you can't.

  • - Okay.

- You're turning 30 soon?

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Anna Kendrick on Turning 30

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    Angela   posted on 2016/08/12
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