Elizabeth Banks, who starred and co-produced the first film, will direct.
Plot details were not revealed. Kay Cannon, who penned “Pitch Perfect,” is writing the screenplay for the sequel.
Paul Brooks will produce for Gold Circle Films alongside Banks and Max Handelman for their Brownstone Productions shingle. Gold Circle’s Scott Niemeyer will exec produce on “Pitch Perfect 2.” Cannon is co-producing with Gold Circle’s Jeff Levine.
“Pitch Perfect” grossed $115 million worldwide on a $17 million budget, and its soundtrack sold more than a million units.
Kendrick is repped by CAA and Wilson is repped by WME.