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Remember, she married her still-unnamed husband in a completely secret ceremony back in January, after attending Kaley Cuoco's equally-secret wedding.
But now Lacey seems to have taken a bigger step in making her spirituality public by starring in a movie that begins by mocking Christian Mingle, but later touts "something greater" than finding love on the internet.
Veteran actor Bruce Boxleitner rounds out the cast as Angie’s dad, Nick Colomba, a retired detective who is always on hand to give his daughter advice and support – both in life and in her amateur investigation.
Christian Mingle begins with a tired rom-com premise: that there are no good men in [insert vaguely New York-esque city here], and the heroine is tired of being the only single gal in her friend group.Where most rom-coms would turn to a meet-cute, CM turns to a bald-face lie: Lacey's character pretends to be Christian in order to meet a cute, somewhat bland guy on Christian She then goes through the steps of rom-com plot progression: meeting, falling in love, seeing him in a non-city setting (in this case, a church), revealing her dark side, and winning him back at the last second. Christian "opens her eyes" in the trailer, it's fairly clear that she finds faith through a man.Lacey Chabert is starring in the first movie about Christian Mingle.
Yes, you read that right, the actor known primarily for playing Gretchen Wieners in Mean Girls will be headlining a romantic comedy about a Christian dating site.She joins forces with James, the Prince of Oldavia, and together they set out to uncover the truth behind the mysterious death of the prominent Oldavian Ambassador.