Seemingly gliding rather velvety through her acting path this year, Leslie Bibb has delightfully secured not only one but two big screen stints following her inclusion in "Midnight Meat Train."
The Hollywood Reporter has came up with news informing that the beauty has landed deals to star in both "Iron Man" and "The Bachelorette Party." Bibb, widely known for her role in The WB's teenage dramedy "Popular", last seen on the silver screen in "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby", which has grossed over $148 million in U.S. only.
For the former flick, Bibb is said to get billed as a fast-talking reporter under the direction of Jon Favreau who is set to helm for Marvel Studios with Paramount Pictures to distribute on May 2, 2008. Also starring are Robert Downey Jr., Terrence Howard, and Gwyneth Paltrow, among others.
As for the latter one, the actress is likely to topline the cast with Hal Lieberman serving as producer. An adaptation of Karen McCullah Lutz's new novel of the same title, the project reportedly will be a comedy about a Los Angeles bachelorette party gone awry. No word yet on the helmer, but it is learned that Matt Olson has been tapped to pen the script for Fox-based Regency Enterprises.