On TV, in the BBC adaptation of Jonathan Coe’s The Rotters’ Club, she played Cicely Boyd, another pedestal poster-girl for a geeky boy.And in her highest-profile role to date, next month she will appear in Sex and the City 2, as an Irish nanny employed by Charlotte (Kristin Davis).It’s just like the movie – men forget what they were saying and stare in pure wonder. This is becoming something of a theme for Alice, 27.In Starter for 10, she was Alice, a frostier, shallower fantasy blonde than Molly in She’s Out of My League, but a perfect, perfectly unattainable fantasy nonetheless for James Mc Avoy’s gawky student Brian.Kirk has a poor track record with dating and is hoping to reconcile with his self-centered ex-girlfriend, Marnie (Lindsay Sloane), who despite having broken up with him two years earlier, and having since found a new boyfriend Ron (Hayes Mac Arthur), has remained close with Kirk's parents (Debra Jo Rupp and Adam Le Fevre), brother Dylan (Kyle Bornheimer), and pregnant sister-in-law-to-be Debbie (Jessica St. At work one morning, an attractive young woman, Molly Mc Cleish (Alice Eve), arrives at the passenger terminal to board a flight to New York City.
So, it had to be a movie that we could all envision ourselves going to see.
CS: It is a high concept movie, but it’s very much based in real world things that guys often think about. We wanted to make it as real as we could, given the type of movie we were making, and every step of the way, we were very conscious of not making fratboy, alpha male, misogynistic choices.
We thought that it could be crass and vulgar as guys are without us being *ssholes basically because we’re just not those guys, man.
Molly is also being pursued by Cam (Geoff Stults) a good looking pilot who is everything that Kirk is not.
Though there relationship progresses, Kirk is stuck feeling inadequate and unsure why Molly is even dating him.