Anna Kendrick didn’t win Choice Comedy Movie Actress at the Teen Choice Awards last night for nothing -- her role as Becca in all three of the “Pitch Perfect” movies was the perfect complement to other amusing co-stars like Rebel Wilson and Chrissie Fit, and even her smaller roles (like in the “Twilight” movies and “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”) have some comedic oomph. She's also the author of a memoir-style book which includes lots of short jokes (she's only 5'2"), which I relate to.
But her win for Twitter Personality was rightfully earned as well. If you don’t follow the girl on Twitter, do yourself a favor.
Likewise, we all know Ryan Reynolds is basically the ridiculous king of social media. His back-and-forth with wife Blake Lively is what a lot of us live for, TBH, because what are marriage goals if not being able to completely publicly roast your spouse whenever you want?
Meanwhile, his tweets are especially good.
Back in May, while doing promo work for their upcoming film “A Simple Favor," Kendrick and Lively sat down to play a game* in which Lively had to guess if a tweet was written by her co-star or her husband. And she kind of failed.
*This is a bit NSFW.
So there was definitely some competition as to who reigns supreme over Twitter. Kendrick highlighted some of the other deserving nominees like Mindy Kaling and Kumail Nanjiani (who was exceptional in “The Big Sick,” BTW).
But naturally, when Kendrick won in a social media category over Reynolds, she really gave it to him.
This is how I feel when I get more than two retweets on any given post, TBH, so go Anna!