Rebel Wilson in “Isn’t It Romantic”

The movie “Isn’t It Romantic” will be hitting the box office in 2019. This is an Australian/ American fantasy comedy that stars Rebel Wilson. Born March 2, 1980, Rebel Melanie Elizabeth Wilson is an actress that hails from Australia. She is also an accomplished writer and producer. Learn more about Rebel Wilson: and

Rebel graduated from the Australian Theatre for Young People in 2003. She began her acting career in the role of Toula in the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) comedy series “Pizza” and also starred in the comedy series “The Wedge.”

“Isn’t It Romantic” was written by Dana Fox, Katie Silberman and Erin Cardillo and is directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson. Rebel Wilson co-stars with Adam DeVine, Priyanka Chopra and Liam Hemsworth. The movie is scheduled for release in the United States on February 14, 2019 under the Warner Brothers Pictures label and in the United Kingdom through Netflix. Read more: Isn’t It Romantic Trailer: Rebel Wilson Stars | Hollywoodreporter and Stunning Transformation of Rebel Wilson | TheList

Rebel Wilson stars in the role of Natalie, an Australian architect struggling to make her way in New York City. Along the way, Natalie is attacked by a mugger in a New York subway station. The plucky heroine thwarts the mugging, but is knocked unconscious as she makes her escape. When she comes to, Natalie finds herself in an alternate existence. Read more: Rebel Wilson Givenchy Couture

In her waking life, Natalie lived in a romantically frustrated existence where she felt all she had seen in romantic comedy movies was pure fantasy. Yet now, here she is in a PG-13-esque romantic comedy world where she must learn to live through every rom-com cliché situation. In so doing, her alternate life takes her on an adventure to find true love – which is required for her to find her way back to normal reality.

Fans of Rebel will love her in this role. Perhaps some of you remember her as Fat Amy in the movie “Pitch Perfect.” Critics, or should we say admirers, of Rebel Wilson have described her as not only funny, but also confident, refreshingly down-to-earth, talented and serious, yet raucous. In her career, Rebel lives up to her name, challenging perceptions and stereotypes.

She notes that, among other things, most Australian actors who make a go of it in the United States stick to more dramatic roles. She is one of the first female Australian comedic actors to reach for and achieve acclaim and success in the romantic comedy genre.