“She’s Out of My League’s” Alice Eve in Maxim, April 2010 Issue

The british actress Alice Eve from the new movie “She’s Out of My League’s” is certainly catching the eye of the menfolk of the world and a quick look at her latest photoshoot for Maxim quickly explains why.

Alice Eve is shown on the cover of the latest issue of Maxim. Photo: Sasha Elsenman/Maxim.com

The british actress Alice Eve from the new movie “She’s Out of My League’s” is certainly catching the eye of the menfolk of the world and a quick look at her latest photoshoot for Maxim quickly explains why. Expect to see and hear lots more of this blonde beauty in the months ahead.

S0me excerpts from the Maxim’s interview:

Your She’s Out of My League character, Molly, is described as a “perfect 10.” We’re not going to disagree: Well, thanks. Molly is such a nice girl and not a bitch. I was honored to play her.

Have you ever dated a guy not considered “in your league”? I mean, who knows? All that stuff is subjective anyway. What people find attractive differs. If a guy likes a girl with dark hair, then I’m not a 10 for him.

Do you work out a lot? I do yoga—that’s my exercise of choice.

Is there a body part that you’re particularly proud of? I like my lady bits. What does Fergie call them? Your humps? That’s it, my humps!

You’re also in the new Sex and the City movie, out next month. Why should dudes go see it? This one is more guyfriendly, especially my story line. I play Charlotte’s nanny, and she spices things up a bit.

Not, uh, like we know the characters or care or anything, but Harry doesn’t start cheating on Charlotte with you… does he? I can’t say anything else. I don’t want to be sued for $10 million.

Don’t forget to check out the gallery below after the jump. [Maxim via Yeeeah]

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