"Pitch Perfect" fans have something to look forward to other than the planned, 2015 sequel to the hit musical comedy. According to actress Hana Mae Lee, a "Pitch Perfect" holiday album is on its way, with all new recordings from the all-star cast.
In an interview with MTV News, Lee dished that the actors/singers from the 2012 film are in the process of recording a new record. "We have a holiday album coming out, so stay tuned," she teased. "There are Christmas classics. I'll be singing 'Silent Night.' I'm pretty sure it's going to be a cappella, even the percussion. It's all us, so it's going to be sweet though, because it's going to sound like there's other things, but it's all us."
The coming of a "Pitch Perfect" Christmas album should come as no surprise to fans. Since coming out in October of last year, the movie has slowly been building a larger fanbase and greater success.
"Pitch Perfect" won four surfboards at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards over the weekend. The flick took home accolades for Choice Movie - Comedy, and Rebel Wilson, Skylar Astin and Adam Devine took home acting surfboards for their respective roles in the movie.
Meanwhile, the soundtrack to the musical has been a massive success, and has sold over 838,000 copies in 2013. Additionally, a remix of Anna Kendrick's "Cups" has climbed the Billboard Charts, peaking at No. 6 last week.
More information on the holiday album has yet to come, but it's sure to drop before the Christmas season gets in full swing, allowing fans to have their stockings filled with sweet, a cappella music.