Eva Mendes and Rob Zabrecky are set to appear in Ryan Gosling's directorial debut, "How to Catch a Monster," according to a recent report.
The site Bloody Disgusting reports the actress, who has dated Gosling since 2011, is signed on to play the part of Cat.
She landed her first roles in 1999, a small part in a TV movie called .
Still, she won the real Hollywood fame in 2007, when Hendricks was cast in AMC series Mad Men.
The film applied for tax credits through the Michigan Film Office to shoot in Detroit this May.
Producer Marc Platt told Indiewire that Gosling "has composed a beautifully haunting script and has a very clear vision of how he will bring it to life.
She seems to live happily married life with her husband. What is more, as the actress mentioned a couple of times, her and Geoffrey don’t plan to have any children at this time.
Namely, Hendricks said in her later interviews that she struggled to fit in.
His ability to draw audiences into his world as an actor will serve him well as a filmmaker." A website, howtocatchamonstercasting.com, says the movie is currently casting for three male roles: teenager Bones, young Frankie, and an actor with an extremely uncommon face to play the part of a young man aptly named, "Face." It's Bones who finds a secret road that leads to an underwater city in the script.
Mendes, who was last seen in "Holy Motors," will have two movies released in 2013: "The Place Beyond The Pines," which debuted at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, and "Clear History," an HBO movie scripted by "Curb Your Enthusiasm" creator Larry David.
Christina’s father Robert Hendricks was from Birmingham, England. Thus, family moved pretty often due to her father’s job, so Christina spent her childhood in Portland, Oregon and Twin Falls, Idaho.
On the other hand, her mother Jackie Sue was a psychologist.