Anna Kendrick rocks forest green dress and nu-de heels as she attends Into The Woods screening-check.


She is one of the stars in the highly-anticipated film, Into The Woods.And Anna Kendrick was on fine form as she attended a special screening in London on Thursday evening.The actress wore an eye-catching ensemble as she joined James Corden for the showing at The Soho Hotel.



The 36-year-old rocked a forest green dress which had a pair of foxes on the front.She added height to the look with nu-de stiletto heels as she sported barely-there make-up and styled her brunette locks into beachy waves.



The Pitch Perfect star later posed alongside James Corden who looked dapper in a navy suit.Anna recently shared her admiration for her other co-star Meryl Streep during an appearance on Good Morning America in New York City.



She revealed how much she and her co-stars enjoyed working with the three-time Oscar-winning actress as she said: ‘It feels silly to say she’s great to work with because, of course.



‘After the table read, everybody was just blown away, but no one wanted to be the first person to go, “Meryl is so good.” It’s like, “Oxygen is so great”‘.



The actress portrays Cinderella in the film version of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical that revolves around various characters from Grimm fairy tales.Meryl, plays The Witch in the Disney film directed by Rob Marshall.



Even though this was a dream role for Anna, she told Entertainment Tonight that she had a tough song to sing. ‘It’s a register I haven’t sung in before,’ Anna said. ‘I hope I’m not being biased to say I think it’s one of the most challenging songs in the piece.’



James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim collaborated on the stage version of Into The Woods that premiered on Broadway in 1987. The film version is directed by Rob Marshall and also stars Emily Blunt, Chris Pine and Johnny Depp.



Into The Woods opens on Christmas Day in the US and will land in UK cinemas in January 2015.


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