Rebel Wilson is an Australian actress, writer, and stand-up comedian, known for her roles in the television series "Pizza and Bogan Pride" and the films "Bridesmaids" and "Pitch Perfect."
Last night's season finale of "Super Fun Night" might be the series finale as well, but Rebel Wilson is pleased with the product she put out.
At the end of episode, the Aussie funny lady led the cast in a rousing rendition of Queen's "Fat Bottomed Girls."
She’s always up for a laugh, and Rebel Wilson dropped by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Tuesday (February 18) for a very special performance.
The “Pitch Perfect” actress wore a black Adidas track suit and teamed up with Ellen for their new rap duo “Rebellen” and soon-to-be hit single “Watching Cats on the Internet.”
It was one of the most memorable movies of 2012 and now “Pitch Perfect” is getting a sequel with at least two of its original big stars.
According to a report, both Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson have signed contracts for “Pitch Perfect 2,” slated to hit theaters in 2015.
Teaming up for a brand new comedy, Amanda Seyfried stars opposite Aussie sweetheart, Rebel Wilson for Universal's upcoming flick, "She's F***ing Perfect."
The comedy comes from the minds of "Anchorman's" Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, who will act as its producers, and Jake Szymanski ("Saturday Night Live") will be the movie's director.
From classic beauty to overly revealing photoshoots, GossipCenter takes a look back at the most memorable magazine covers of 2013.
Check out our top 13 picks featuring the lovely stars memorable interviews below!
Never one to hold her tongue, Rebel Wilson made some less-than-flattering remarks about One Direction while hosting the “Teen Choice Awards” last summer.
And during her interview on “Conan” last night (October 15), the “Pitch Perfect” actress chatted about the whole ordeal.
It was easily the most emotional episode of “Glee” to date, and last night’s (October 10) Farewell to Finn received quite a reaction via Twitter.
Given Lea Michele's rendition of “Make You Feel My Love” and the rest of the cast’s chemistry, it was clear that both Cory Monteith and his character Finn Hudson will be sorely missed.
She was accused of over-using the fat jokes at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards, and now Rebel Wilson reveals the true meaning behind her humor in the latest issue of Hunger magazine.
During her interview with the publication, the "Pitch Perfect" beauty defends her routine and shares why she believes the jokes are necessary.
With her new comedy "Super Fun Night" slated to premiere on October 2nd, Rebel Wilson pitched in on promotions by covering the latest issue of New York Magazine.
While rocking a few poses for the Robert Maxwell-shot spread, the "Pitch Perfect" actress chatted about the show and her new fame in the USA.
She's gearing up for the premiere of her new series "Super Fun Night" and during promotions, Rebel Wilson scored a feature in the October 2013 issue of ELLE magazine.
During her Q&A session with the mag, the "Pitch Perfect" actress dished about her struggles in acting and revealed what she truly thinks about her figure.