Rebel Wilson Says That While Filming The Pitch Perfect Movies
Rebel Wilson says her “Pitch Perfect” contract prevented her from losing more than 10 pounds, the actor revealed in a recent interview. During an appearance on Spotify’s “Call Her Daddy” podcast, Wilson discussed how to film. His contract inevitably delayed his weight loss journey.
Wilson said, “I couldn’t lose a lot of weight because I was under contract for that movie.” “You can’t lose, I guess, no more than 10 pounds, or no more than 10 pounds. Yeah, you have to stay at the weight. It’s in your contract.” Women’s Health magazine, due to lifestyle changes that include portion control, a high-protein diet, and adding nutritious ingredients to meals.
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Wilson played Patricia Hobart in the films
Wilson played Patricia Hobart, better known as Fat Amy, in the three “Pitch Perfect” movies. a role that helped catapult him to stardom. As the actor further revealed. Wilson enjoyed playing the role, despite having to poke fun at her character’s body size in the film, because she is “so confident and bold”.
But Wilson had been thinking about making a lifestyle change for some time. Because she wanted to potentially increase her odds of having children before the age of 40. With fertility, if you were healthy,” Wilson explained. “It really hit me hard, because I was living a wonderful big life.”
Wilson also wanted to play a variety of roles
Wilson also wanted to play a variety of roles and found that he was being typecast. I was cast in playing the fat, funny dude, which is so hard because I love those roles,” Wilson said. “I love doing roles. I love those characters. But then I wanted to do more things, and I felt like being a bigger girl made you more pigeonholed.”
He told the publication in 2022
“I’m just trying to go for overall balance, overall healthy balance,” she told the publication in 2022. We’d be like, ‘Should we get In-N-Out Burger?’ And I’m like, ‘Nothing is off limits.’ I can go there, I can eat only half of what I used to eat before. you know And I’ll have a burger and some fries, and then you’ll be fine.