The name Rebel Wilson (who also has siblings with names Liberty, Anachi, and Ryot) alone is enough to catch the attention of any passer-by who hears it, but the name luckily isn’t all that the person behind this name contains within them. The current Hollywood big shot in the United States of America was born in Sydney Australia on March 2, 1980.
The current symbol of confidence and pure comedy among all audiences, Rebel Wilson, has explained on many occasions that she struggled with social interaction and confidence throughout her childhood.
The current amazing yet down to earth version of Rebel Wilson that we see is actually that has been a long time in the making and has taken much effort to craft and create. Read more: Rebel Wilson Joins Cats Movie Musical and Rebel Wilson Isn’t it Romantic First Book
Regardless, all of her fans are happy that it came about and they are sure to be even more pleased to have heard the news of Rebel Wilson’s upcoming movie “isn’t it romantic?” The film was first announced on May 23, 2016, when it was revealed that Rebel Wilson would be starring in a romantic comedy movie by New Line Cinema.
It was later revealed that the title of the film would be isn’t it romantic and Todd Strauss-Schulson will be hired to be the Director of this upcoming flick. Over time the rest of the cast of the film was revealed to the general public which included some other very impressive and very relevant names in the industry today such as Priyanka Chopra, Adam DeVine, and Liam Hemsworth.
The official release date for the film promises a bit of a wait as it is in the second month of next year, February 14 2019 however, Warner Brothers released the official trailer for the film on October 31st and it certainly packed enough to make all the fans look forward to the film and keep them on their toes.
The film stars Rebel Wilson as Natalie, a cynical architect in New York City who is highly undervalued at her work only known for being the person you refer to for a cup of coffee and the likes.
The trailer of the film begins with a young Natalie enticed by her T.V screen watching what one can imagine is a romantic comedy or just a love story while her mother steps in and reminds Natalie that love is not meant for people like them. Learn more about Rebel Wilson: https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2018/10/pitch-perfect-4-rebel-wilson and https://www.broadway.com/buzz/194108/rebel-wilson-to-play-jennyanydots-in-cats-film/
Fast forward years later, Natalie has grown up and despises anything or anyone romantic while her friends tell her to be a bit more open-minded and accepting of interaction with people. Doing so leads to her being robbed and knocked unconscious and waking up to a world that she may not entirely be a fan of. She finds herself stuck in what appears to be a RomCom movie rated PG-13 much to her dislike. Follow Rebel Wilson on Instagram and Twitter
Natalie now has to traverse the life of a typical RomCom movie, being stuck in a love triangle with a dashing stranger (Hemsworth) and a co-worker (DeVine) who is infatuated with a yoga ambassador (Priyanka Chopra) all while having a stereotypical gay best friend by her side. The trailer for the movie is available on Youtube.