Model Suki Waterhouse is following in the footsteps of her boyfriend Bradley Cooper by carving out an acting career. The Brit has filmed a role in Look, Rosie - the adaptation of Cecelia Ahern's book Where Rainbows End - and she is keen to become Hollywood's next Angelina Jolie.
She tells Look magazine, "I just finished a romantic comedy a couple of months ago called Love, Rosie, filmed in Ireland. It's my first proper feature film and it made me decide I want to do more, so we'll see ... Maybe (I'd play) a Bond girl, or anything like that. Or Angelina Jolie's Girl, Interrupted kind of thing. I'd like to play a bad-a** girl.
"I think with modelling and acting these days, the lines are blurred. Everyone can do all sorts of things, so why do just one?"
The Hangover star Cooper has been dating the blonde beauty since meeting her last year (Feb13) at the U.K.'s ELLE Style Awards.
The writer, whose first novel was turned into 2007 movie P.S. I Love You starring Gerard Butler and Hilary Swank, told guests to arrive at a church in Kinsealy, north Dublin to celebrate her six-month-old daughter Robin's christening.
But Ahern and her partner, former athlete David Keoghan, surprised guests by announcing they would also be getting married.
The author held a lavish party following the nuptials, with star guests including Irish band Westlife - singer Nicky Byrne is Ahern's brother-in-law.
Troubled Boyzone singer Ronan Keating and his estranged wife Yvonne were also in attendance at the post-wedding bash - although they reportedly sat on separate tables during the event. The couple separated last month (May10) amid allegations the singer had an affair with a dancer on tour.
Ahern kept plans for the ceremony under wraps but has since revealed her wedding details by issuing a photo of the happy couple on the big day.
Holly Kennedy (Hilary Swank) doesn’t know how lucky she has it. She’s smart beautiful and married to Gerry (Gerald Butler) a passionate funny and impetuous Irishman who loves her with every breath in his body. But when that breath runs out--Gerry dies unexpectedly from an illness--Holly’s luck runs out. Barely coping her salvation arrives in the form of letters from Gerry that come to Holly in unexpected ways--letters he wrote to her before he died to help her get through the pain and move on with her life and letters that always end with “P.S. I Love You.” A saint huh? Holly’s mother (Kathy Bates) and best friends Sharon (Gina Gershon) and Denise (Lisa Kudrow) begin to worry Gerry’s letters are keeping Holly tied to the past but in fact each letter pushes Holly on a journey of rediscovery and to show her how a love so strong can turn the finality of death into new beginning for life. Tissues please! Swank will be damned if she pigeonholes herself into always playing serious women who don’t wear makeup. P.S. I Love You is her stab at romantic dramedy and while the genre may not suit her best the Oscar-winning actress still has fun playing a spirited woman who wears designer clothes cute hats and gets to make out with a strapping Irish hunk. Actually Swank gets to bed TWO strapping Irish hunks in P.S. I Love You: The first is the yummy Butler of course and the other is Gerry’s old bandmate William played by American Jeffrey Dean Morgan (who’ll be seen in the upcoming romantic comedy The Accidental Husband with Uma Thurman). Lucky girl. Butler however is the one the ladies will sigh over the most. Having already given a powerhouse performance this year as the Spartan king in 300 the Scottish actor turns the tables to show his soft underbelly as the adorably romantic and fun-lovin’ Gerry. The abs still rock though. One can easily see why Holly is such a mess after he dies. Gershon and Kudrow add some genuineness as Holly’s friends (someone please find a Kudrow a TV show) as does Bates as Holly’s hardened mother. Harry Connick Jr. however seems out of place as Holly’s would-be suitor. She just needs to stick with the Irish guys. Hilary Swank teams up with her Freedom Writers director Richard LaGravenese once again for P.S. I Love You and it’s clear they have a symbiotic relationship. Swank probably likes the way LaGravenese accentuates her best features turning her into a glam leading lady while LaGravenese obviously enjoys gazing at her through his camera lens. Unfortunately the two really haven’t found the best material. Freedom Writers is the mother of all teacher-gets-students-motivated retreads while P.S. I Love You--based on a novel by Cecelia Ahern and adapted by LaGravenese and Steven Rogers--is just pure fluff with very little substance behind it. Not that the film won't inspire some romantic feelings or work up tears but its only real strengths are: 1) the players who somehow rise about the triteness of it all especially Butler and 2) the gorgeous landscapes of Ireland which should send any woman in her right mind straight to the Emerald Isles to find her perfect man. Seriously ladies book your trips NOW.