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PITCH PERFECT 3 (2017): Ruby Rose Cast In Musical Comedy

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Ruby Rose Joins Pitch Perfect 3 In An Unknown Role

Universal Pictures adds Orange is the New Black‘s Ruby Rose to the cast of its planned musical comedy film Pitch Perfect 3.

Although it is unknown what Rose’s role in the Pitch Perfect sequel will be, it is safe to assume that she will be joining a litany of noteworthy actors in the movie. The previous installment of the series, Pitch Perfect 2, starred Hailee Steinfeld, Anna Camp, Alexis Knapp, Adam DeVine and numerous others, many of whom will likely return for the third film:

Kay Cannon, who scripted the first two franchise entries, is working on the script for the third film. An Emmy-nominated writer and actress with a heavy improv background, Cannon is also known for her work on NBC‘s 30 Rock and FOX‘s New Girl. Music video director Trish Sie is making her feature film debut with the December 22, 2017 release.

Ruby Rose is set to have quite a bit of big screen exposure in 2017. She’ll appear in January in both xXx: Return of Xander Cage and Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and will follow those releases with a role in February’s John Wick: Chapter 2. She’s also currently filming the prehistoric shark action thriller Meg, scheduled for a summer 2018 release.

Producing Pitch Perfect 3 are series fixtures Elizabeth Banks, Paul Brooks of Gold Circle Entertainment and Max Handelman of Brownstone Productions.

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