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Anna Kendrick Reveals She Was ‘Drunk’ During Magazine Interview

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Kendrick is being forthright and honest about her interview for the December edition of Marie Claire by acknowledging that she was intoxicated the whole time.

The Into the Woods actress tweeted about her alcohol intake and, apparently, she loved every minute of it.

Anna Kendrick said the same kinds of things that she always says when she’s sober. Which makes me wonder, is she always inebriated during interviews?

The 29-year-old actress published the following on her account along with a picture of the monthly magazine cover: “Marie Claire got me drunk for my interview #true #DidntFightIt.”

During the interview, Kendrick opened up about her struggle with online trolls attacking her appearance and insisted she doesn’t let the comments bother her as she got used to them in high school.


“The most common thing that I get is, ‘Am I the only one who doesn’t think that Anna Kendrick is pretty?’ And you’re like, ‘No, you’re not the only one. Arguably, all of the boys in my high school agree with you’.”

The actress from Into the Woods also discussed her brief hiatus from performing.

“The whole going-movie-to-movie-to-movie thing, I’ve been living that way for three years. Like I need to be a person and, you know, maintain relationships.”

She said about her part in the film, Cinderalla, “The character is thoughtful and complicated. You see what happens after she marries the prince, when you start to face problems in seemingly perfect situations. The interesting thing about her is she overthinks things, she’s uncertain — we don’t see that in most versions. In a lot of ways, I think it’s this incredibly brave story. She’s neglected and abused her entire life and she finally gets love and it’s not the kind of love she was looking for, and she stands up for herself.”

The brunette beauty is eager to reprise her part as Beca in “Pitch Perfect 2″ and is becoming more eager to begin work on the film.

She said: ”Mostly it’s the fear that the wolves are always at your heels and you’re going to be tossed out into the street. If you grow up middle class, you just always feel like you’ve got to be working, because otherwise you won’t be able to pay the rent.”

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