Anna Kendrick is single again. The "Up in the Air" actress, 27, has called off her relationship with director Edgar Wright, 38, after four years of dating. "It was done a little while ago," a source tells Us Weekly.
The couple started dating after meeting on the set of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" in 2009. She played the titular character's younger sister, while he pulled a triple duty as a director, producer and screenwriter.
Kendrick will next be seen starring opposite Olivia Wilde in "Drinking Buddies", while Wright is currently preparing his latest movie "The World's End" which stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Martin Freeman.
On Twitter, Kendrick recently joked, "If I were a contestant on 'The Bachelor' I'd just end up falling in love with the weird sound guy and making things uncomfortable for everyone. To all the people joking about becoming sound guys, you should also know they put mics in actresses' cleavage/packs on inner thighs. Think about it."