Busy actress becomes part of CBS Films' 'Plan'
EmptyNoureen DeWulf is stacking up the gigs.
The actress has been cast opposite Jennifer Lopez in CBS Films' romantic comedy feature "The Back-Up Plan." The role comes on the heels of her being cast in the Lifetime miniseries "Maneater," with Judy Greer and Sarah Chalke, and the Fox comedy pilot "Two Dollar Beer."
DeWulf also will appear in two summer comedies: "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past," which hits theaters Friday, and "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard," coming out in mid-August.
In "Plan," about a fed-up wannabe mother who meets a promising romantic prospect on the same day she undergoes artificial insemination, DeWulf will play Daphne, a hip downtown co-worker at Lopez's pet store.
Michaela Watkins and Alex O'Loughlin also star. Kate Angelo ("Will & Grace") wrote the screenplay, and Alan Poul ("Six Feet Under") is directing.
The movie will be CBS Films' first feature release, due in theaters in January. Principal photography begins next month in Los Angeles.
DeWulf, repped by the Kohner Agency and Evolution Entertainment, also has appeared on NBC's "Chuck" and the CW's "90210." (partialdiff)