Coming got on the phone with the Montreal native a couple weeks back to talk about what could be his breakout role… Coming Soon.net: I was looking forward to talking to you because I’m a fan of some of your previous movies, but after watching you make out with Alice Eve, I’m kind of jealous and I don’t think I like you anymore. I was knee-deep in mud in “Tropic Thunder” when Dream Works said, “We have this script that you might be right for and something you might be interested in.” I read it and I dug it ’cause I saw the potential of leaving behind a pretty cool comedy.
Yeah, so I was the first one involved and I’m just happy it’s finally coming to fruition.
Molly’s got a best friend in the bitchy Patty (Krysten Ritter, best known for being awesome on ), while Kirk has a support group of guy friends. They are somewhat disastrous in giving advice, as Stainer loudly proclaims his theory of dating numbers, in terms of attraction.
There’s the fat married one, Devon (Nate Torrance), the handsome one, Jack (Mike Vogel), and the loud “funny” asshole one, Stainer (T. Molly is obviously a ten, and Kirk is way out of her class as a five.
She can reveal virtually nothing of the film’s plot, but what she does say is telling: ‘I play the young nanny and these are married women and sometimes the nanny can pose a threat.’In other words, Alice’s character in SATC2 is another head-turner to make Charlotte, Carrie and co jealous.
And all this on top of She’s Out of My League, a movie in which she is cast as the apogee of female perfection, a girl so far beyond the hopes of another nerdy guy, played by Jay Baruchel, that of course they end up together.
When Devon and Kirk arrive at the Andy Warhol Museum, where Molly, a lawyer-turned-event planner, is managing an event, Kirk collides with Molly's sister, Katie (Kim Shaw) and spills his drink on the museum director.
She's Out of My League is a 2010 American romantic comedy film directed by Jim Field Smith and written by Sean Anders and John Morris.
The film stars Jay Baruchel and Alice Eve, and was produced by Jimmy Miller and David Householter for Paramount Pictures and Dream Works Pictures and filmed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The film received its wide theatrical release on March 12, 2010. Kirk Kettner (Jay Baruchel) is a twenty-something TSA officer employed at the Pittsburgh International Airport along with his friends, fellow TSA officer Stainer (T. Miller), airline reservations agent Devon (Nate Torrence), and baggage handler Jack (Mike Vogel).
She leaves her phone at the airport (and after their “meet cute”), and when he returns it, he surprisingly attracts her some.
They go out again, only this time Kirk doesn’t know it’s a date until it’s almost over.