With Reporting by Josh Horowitz
Treblemakers frontman Bumper Allen is in a whole lot of trouble. When we next see Adam DeVine's egomaniacal music man in "Pitch Perfect 2," he'll be in rare form — very rare, and very weird form, according to Devine himself.
"I get very emotional in this movie," he told MTV's Josh Horowitz at the South by Southwest Festival while promoting his new film "The Final Girls," about what to expect from his turn in the "Pitch Perfect" sequel. "It's weird to watch. I've seen some clips from it and I've thought, 'Oh, God! Am I too real?' It's so real! I get misty-eyed and stuff!"
It's easy to see why Bumper's getting all sappy on us, seeing as there seems to be something real brewing between him and Barden Bellas' very own Fat Amy, played by Rebel Wilson.
"There's a lot of love," DeVine teased. "There's a lot of love there."
And just as you can't blame Bumper for falling for Fat Amy, you can't blame Fat Amy for falling for Bumper. Just look at his Ryan Gosling impression and judge for yourself:
Hey, girl. Your Gosling impression is simply DeVine.
"Pitch Perfect 2," reuniting Bumper Allen and Fat Amy with the rest of the acca awesome gang, hits theaters on May 15. "The Final Girls" does not yet have a release date.