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Tuesday 30 September 2014

Noureen: Rudd amazing at improv

Noureen DeWulf would like to do more movies

Anger Management star Noureen DeWulf has confessed how much she enjoyed working with Paul Rudd on her new film.

The actress stars alongside the Anchorman funnyman in They Came Together, a new comedy about a small business under threat from a big company, directed by David Wain, who worked with Paul on Wanderlust and Role Models.

Noureen revealed: "It stars Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler and I play Paul Rudd's secretary Melanie who is working in the office with Paul Rudd and Michael Ian Black in the film.

"It was amazing to work on that movie, because I am such a huge fan of them and watching them improv was amazing and I love to be around those kind of people."

The 28-year-old actress stars alongside Charlie Sheen in his new sitcom Anger Management, which premieres in the UK on Comedy Central on Wednesday September 12 at 9pm. The first series has just aired in the US and the cast and crew are on tenterhooks to see if they will get commissioned to make more episodes.

Noureen revealed: "I've got my fingers and toes crossed that we will continue shooting. I think everybody on the show wants it to keep going.

"The network has said that they would not let us know until all the episodes have aired so now we're really waiting to here. And if we do get picked up we're going to do 90 more.

"I think there's going to be some kind of epic, raging party - but we have to wait for the good news and I just hope!"

Noureen would like to do more movies too.

She said: "That would be my dream life to shoot this show for the next couple of the years and in my hiatuses being able to do a film. That's my dream."

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