The Trolls World Tour star answers questions from kids and reveals some fun facts about herself

By Mia McNiece
April 08, 2020 02:26 PM
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Anna Kendrick couldn’t help but be distracted by the cuteness of the reporters while answering some questions from many of her youngest fans for PEOPLE.

While staying safe at home, the Trolls World Tour star, 34, revealed some interesting tidbits about her life.

“These children are so cute. I want to adopt all of them,” she joked. “But then they’ll find out that I don’t know how to take care of children and want to go home.”

When Carter, 6, asked Kendrick what superpower she would like to have she said it would definitely be to be invisible.

“When people ask would you rather fly or be invisible, I think I would rather be invisible because I could be really sneaky,” she responds.

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Trolls World Tour, the sequel to the hit 2016 animated musical, marks the first major Hollywood movie to be released straight to streaming since the coronavirus crisis began and will be available on demand starting April 10.

In the film, Kendrick reprises her role as Poppy opposite Justin Timberlake who plays Branch.

Kendrick tells Madelyn, 6, that besides Poppy, there is one other troll she wouldn’t mind being.

“I really like Delta Dawn, the country troll. Kelly Clarkson is in the movie and she plays the country singer troll,” she says. “Her character is half horse and I think it would be awesome to be half horse.”

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When Lily, 7, tells Kendrick she is a big fan of Poppy’s pink hair, Kendrick says she too desires that fun hair color.

“I’m really jealous of Poppy’s pink hair,” says Kendrick. “I have to be boring and have brown hair. But I would love to have pink hair or blue hair or green hair but top of the list is probably pink hair.”

In the film, Poppy and Branch go on an adventure where they travel to different Troll lands that each represent a different form of music — including pop (where Poppy and Branch are from), as well as rock, country, techno, classical and funk.

The two make new friends along the way, which also means new cast members!

Mary J. Blige and George Clinton take on the roles of the Queen and King of Funk while Rachel Bloom brings the Queen of Rock, Barb, to life with her electric guitar.

Trolls World Tour is available on-demand April 10.