Where did they film the camp scene in Pitch Perfect 2?

Where did they film the camp scene in Pitch Perfect 2?

Baton Rouge
Before shooting started, the cast participated in an extended singing-and-dancing “boot camp” in Baton Rouge. For actress Rebel Wilson, however, a little extra training was needed.

Which pitch perfect do they go to bootcamp?

Don’t think the Barden Bellas made it to the international stage without some thigh-burning hours in aca-boot camp. PEOPLE got an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the song and dance rehearsals for Pitch Perfect 2, which hits theaters May 15.

What movie do the Bellas go to the camp?

The film follows the Bellas, now graduated from college, reuniting for one final performance together during an overseas USO tour….

Pitch Perfect 3
Directed by Trish Sie
Screenplay by Kay Cannon Mike White
Story by Kay Cannon
Produced by Elizabeth Banks Paul Brooks Max Handelman

Was the festival in Pitch Perfect 2 Real?

So, while the A Cappella World Festival is a fictional creation, it looks like the ICCA is as close as we Pitch Perfect fans can get. Which is totally fine, because if all the groups have names as amazing as “Pitch Slapped,” it’s enough for me.

Did Obama really appear in Pitch Perfect 2?

44th President of the United States Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama appear in the beginning of the film. Footage of them was edited in from The 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors (2013) reception, held in the East Room of the White House in Washington on December 8, 2013.

Was the festival in pitch perfect 2 Real?

Did Robin Roberts do a cameo in Pitch Perfect 2?

Robin Roberts Roberts Roberts is not only a Good Morning America, Pitch Perfect 2 teaches us… she’s also a Barden Bella! In their world championship performance, the women end their mash-up by bringing Bellas from all generations on stage to sing newbie Emily’s (Hailee Steinfeld) original song “Flashlight” with them.

Are Acapella competitions a real thing?

The International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA), originally the National Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (“NCCA”, a play on NCAA), is an international competition that attracts hundreds of college a cappella groups each year.