'Pitch Perfect' Has Been Re-Added To Netflix For A Lockdown Binge
Yep, the smash-hit musical movie is back on our screens, meaning we can enjoy another dose of Fat Amy, Beca and the rest of The Bellas from the comfort of our sofas.
Hitting the streaming platform on Wednesday July 1st, the 2012 film, directed by Jason Moore, follows an all-girls a capella group at the Barden University, and watches as they take on their male rivals in a fierce competition to compete in the ICCA.
There's riff offs, the cup song and b*tch fights aplenty. Oh, and Chloe's nodes. Acca-scuse me? Yep, Acca-believe it!
Netflix shared the news on Twitter after re-adding the movie, revealing it was joining the platform alongside the likes of Jurassic Park 1-3, The Truman Show (1998) Schindler's List (1993) Mamma Mia! (2008).
"We got pitch perfect back on Netflix -f*c yeah," wrote one fan of the film, alongside a meme of Fat Amy.
While another gushed: "Mamma Mia & Pitch perfect are on Netflix UK from today. Meryl would love that".
That she would.
Pitch Perfect has actually been on Netflix before, but it was removed in December last year, after 11 months on the platform.
If you want to have a binge this weekend, Pitch Perfect 2 is also on the platform, after having been re-added in November last year.
That's almost four hours of a capella goodness to watch, right there!
In other exciting Pitch Perfect news, last month Anna Camp teased the possibility of a fourth instalment of the franchise, and revealed all the cast were keen.
"We wanna do one! We all would be like, 'Come on!' We wanna do it until we're old and we're acting in a retirement home," she joked on the Collider Ladies Night podcast.
Well, what are you waiting for, guys?! Make it happen...
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