Anna Kendrick was super amused.
The 34-year-old entertainer reacted on Friday to a Twitter post by Islanders forward Anthony Beauvillier, in which the 22-year-old player took shots at the web being a tease by just composing a “Hi”.
— Anthony Beauvillier (@titobeauvi21) December 26, 2019
Beauvillier, who sent his tweet on Christmas, had support from many Twitter partners who attempted to talk him up with fanciful stories to intrigue the “Pitch Perfect” on-screen character. One such tweet originated from previous Islanders defenseman Bruno Gervais.
Remember Beau when you saved me from a burning building, cooked me a 7 course meal and taught me 8 languages , that was a great day
— Bruno Gervais (@bruno_gervais27) December 26, 2019
The answers didn’t stop there anyway with everybody getting in on the demonstration and retelling accounts of Beauvillier acting the hero and bailing them out, trying to help the youthful ice hockey star out.
Kendrick, 34, is most popular for her featuring jobs in “Pitch Perfect” and “Not yet decided,” and is in the new Disney+ unique “Noell. Finally replying to the player’s tweet on Friday, the actress thanked Beauvillier for reaching out — and all the Twitter users in the replies for entertaining her with tall tales.
These replies have been my entertainment for the last two days. Thank you all for regaling me with the true tales of this man’s heroism.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) December 27, 2019
Furthermore, very nearly 48 hours after the tweet from Beauvillier, Kendrick answered saying thanks to fans for the stories his “bravery”.
Beauvillier, 22, has been one of the Islanders’ most-improved players this year, helping the group to a 23-9-3 record, the third-best imprint in the class.
The 2015 first-round pick has 22 focuses in quite a while in the wake of recording 28 focuses in 81 games last season.