RISING superstar Eve Hewson has landed herself another Hollywood role.
The 21-year-old's career has been going from strength to strength over the past year since appearing opposite Oscar winner Sean Penn.
And now the New York-based starlet has landed another role.
The daughter of Bono and Ali Hewson appeared in This Must Be The Place and was a big hit at the Sundance film festival in January.
Now, she will once again see her name in lights after signing up to act in an upcoming comedy project with Toni Collette for Fox Searchlight.
The cast also sees Eve team up with Sopranos star James Gandolfini, Seinfield's Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Ben Falcone.
The story follows Louis-Dreyfus as a divorced mother who meets a character played by Catherine Keener (The 40-Year-Old Virgin).
After being armed with a restored outlook on being middle-aged and single, the protagonist decides to take a chance on her new love interest (James Gandolfini), but things get complicated when she discovers he's her new friend's ex-husband.
Eve has been installed in the role of the college-bound daughter of Keener and Gandolfini's characters.
Production for the flick, which has yet to be given a title, kicked off on Monday in Los Angeles and the Dubliner is expected to reside there for the coming months during filming.
Eve, who has been dating One Tree Hill actor James Lafferty for almost two years, celebrated her 21st birthday with a lavish, star-studded bash in Las Vegas last month.
The petite brunette, who began her acting career in the independent film The 27 Club as well as The Script's music video For The First Time, blew out her candles with family and friends at the Mirage hotel.
Her famous parents Bono and Ali presented the beauty with their own duet version of Lady Gaga's hit tune Telephone.
Guests enjoyed Dom Perignon champagne after the rock star family dined at the Tao Asian Bistro.
After a weekend of festivities, Ms Hewson took to her social networking site to tweet about being legally allowed to drink in the US now that she's of age stateside.
"Hahaha! Alcohol tastes weird," she wrote online.