At an age like this when most Hollywood productions involve Sci-Fi and spooky stuff, Isn’t It Romantic takes on a rather lovey-dovey direction. It is a romantic-comedy movie featuring the ever-enthusiastic Rebel Wilson. You may think of it as an “I Feel Pretty” breed.
In the movie, Natalie (Rebel Wilson) is a New York City architect who tries hard to capture others, but her efforts seem only to render her the type to be sent for coffee instead of being tasked by designing the next big city structure. 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/
Things get even worse when the cynic city architect, a young, beautiful lady disenchanted with love, comes across a mugger who hits her to unconsciousness. When she comes along, she doesn’t believe it: Life presents her with her most dreaded nightmare, a frivolous love story, and she is the lead lady.
Her transition to her new life is characterized by the “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” by Whitney Houston. All of a sudden, her apartment looks neat and nice, her wardrobe is full of expensive apparels, and her hair is glossier than ever. Never say never: Natalie starts to live a PG-13-rated life yet she had sworn not to do it. Wilson then kisses Liam Hemsworth (Blake), and a romantic-comedy story begins.
Comedy-Filled Acting Career
Wilson Melanie Elizabeth Rebel is an Australian-born actress, writer, and film producer. Her acting career took on full throttle after she graduated from the Australian Young People’s Theater in 2003. She featured in the “Pizza,” a comedy series, as well as in “The Wedge.” After writing and producing the “Bogan Pride,” she went ahead to make a guest starring role in “Homicide” and the movie, “Bridesmaids.”
Her career offered great prospects and she featured in “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” “A Few Best Men,” and “Struck by Lighting.” Her contribution to the comedy-showbiz scene earned her a place in Variety’s Top 10 Promising Comedy Acts of 2011. Read more: Isn’t It Romantic Trailer: Rebel Wilson Stars | Hollywoodreporter and Rebel Wilson Givenchy Couture
She also featured in the “Bachelorette” as Becky, after which she starred as Fat Amy in “Pitch Perfect.” Rebel’s role as Fat Amy marked a breakthrough in her career, including several awards and coveted nominations. They include Best Breakthrough Performance Award by MTV and Choice Movie Actress’s Teen Choice Award.
Rebel Wilson was born in Sydney, Australia on March 2, 1980. She had three siblings: Liberty, Ryot, and Annachi. As if her sense of humor brewed only inside her, Rebel was rather intelligent on the outside. She was shy on many occasions that she had to attend acting classes at a tender age.
At the age of 15, she progressively started gaining confidence and discovered her real personality. She went ahead and joined her school’s debate club to become more vocal and speak up more. At 17 years, she served as a worker at the Australia Rotary International Youth Ambassador Program where she had an opportunity to different parts of the world.
Wilson went to the University of New South Wales and attended the Australian Theater for Young People where she further improved her acting skills. She later moved to America where she set on her journey to stardom. Regarded as the first Australian comedian to move to the U.S, Wilson has since grown in character and will-power, and her star-light will seems not to peter out anytime soon.