Kate Bosworth: Krysten Ritter is 'so lovely' (Video)
Kate Bosworth says Krysten Ritter, who plays her best friend in the new film "L!fe Happens," is "so lovely."
In the film, Bosworth, 29, plays Deena and Ritter, 30, portrays Kim. Their friendship is put to the test after Kim becomes pregnant and has a baby. The movie hits theaters on Friday, April 13 and was also co-written by Ritter.
"Krysten, she's so lovely," Bosworth told OnTheRedCarpet.com at the April 2012 premiere of "L!fe Happens." "It was a really effortless kind of dialogue between the two of us, even when it was scripted and when we went off script as well."
Bosworth is known for her previous roles in films such as "Blue Crush," "Superman Returns" and "Straw Dogs."
Ritter has starred in films such as "Confessions of a Shopaholic" and shows such as "Breaking Bad" and "Veronica Mars." She is currently also promoting the ABC comedy series "Don't Trust The B---- In Apartment 23," which premiered on Wednesday. The actress told OnTheRedCarpet.com that the script for its first episode was the best comedy pilot screenplay she's ever read.
The show also stars James Van Der Beek, known for playing the title character on the WB drama "Dawson's Creek," as a fictionalized version of himself and a friend of Chloe. He does not star in "L!fe Happens," although it does feature other former teen icons Rachel Bilson of "The O.C." and "Hart of Dixie" and "American Pie" star Jason Biggs, who appeared with Van Der Beek in the 2001 comedy movie "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back," which saw them play fictionalized versions of themselves.
Biggs is enjoying his own comeback with a new "American Pie" sequel - "American Reunion," which was released on April 6.
Ritter penned the "L!fe Happens" screenplay, her first script used in an on-air project, with director and best friend, Kat Coiro.
"We've been best friends forever and we always wanted to write the sort of female "Swingers" and then she had a baby, and there you go," Ritter told OnTheRedCarpet.com, referring to the 1996 cult male-dominated "bromance" film starring Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau.
"The really cool thing about this movie, it's an all-female cast," she said, adding: "With some boys as well. Hot ones."