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Here’s another dose of the Barden Bellas’ next aca-adventure.
Are you ready to be pitch slapped, yet again? Another trailer for Pitch Perfect 2 dropped Tuesday, and it promises even more aca-excitement.
We’re given a bit more insight into the plot of the much-anticipated sequel to the 2012 musical hit, like the fact that the Barden Bellas are suspended from competition after Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) shows the President of the United States her lady bits during a performance gone awry.
We also get to see more Anna Kendrick and Brittany Snow realness, along with the pitch-perfect (pun intended) Elizabeth Banks as a surly a cappella commentator. The trailer is a little light on Skyler Astin, but we’ll let it slide. After all: Who run the world? GIRLS.
Pitch Perfect 2 hits theaters May 15. This spring can’t come soon enough.
Screengrab via Universal Pictures UK/YouTube
Marisa Kabas is a lifestyle reporter and activist. Her work has been published by Fusion, Fast Company, and Today. She’s also served as an editorial campaigns director for Purpose PBC, a social movement incubator.