Malin Akerman professes love for Jennifer Aniston
Malin Akerman's movie with Jen Aniston is still in production, but she's already getting attention for working with Hollywood's hottest singleton. Malin Akerman is blowing up today after coming out about her girl crush on her Wanderlust co-star Aniston.
With some big movies under her belt, Malin Akerman has shared the screen with the likes of Ryan Reynolds, Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn. She also just wrapped up shooting Judd Apatow's Wanderlust with Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd and Ray Liotta.
It's not, however, Akerman's successes that made her a top search on Google on November 19 -- it's her girl power support of Wanderlust co-star Jennifer Aniston.
"Jennifer is one of my favorite people now," Akerman told People. "Not only is she an extraordinary actress, she is such a loving, genuine woman and fun. You want her to be your best friend. She's amazing."
"It's funny, because I kind of expected her to be amazing. I would have been more surprised if she hadn't been the great, down-to-earth girl that she is."
Malin also told the mag that the Wanderlust shoot was a "huge love fest" and made it clear she can't figure out why her cool co-star is single.
"Guys, get out there! Nab her!" Akerman instructed. "She is every guy's dream."
Gorgeous and funny Malin seems like quite the catch herself, but she's off the market. She's already been caught by her Italian musician hubby Roberto Zincone.
The Swedish born actress got into the biz after winningtheFord supermodel search of Canada at 17. After a bit of modeling, she got into acting, landing roles in 27 Dresses, Watchmen, The Brothers Solomon, The Heartbreak Kid, Couples Retreat and The Proposal. She's also got chops as a singer and performs with the band the Petalstones.
Having been on location in New York this year with Aniston and Rudd, it would seem Malin is playing a Manhattanite in Wanderlust, as opposed to one of the wild, counter-culture folks the duo meets on their road trip adventure. Wanderlust is set to hit theaters on October 7, 2011.