TV Guide Magazine caught up with Tom Selleck recently and asked him about his role in Katherine's new action comedy "Killers" which hits theatres next month:

The movie Killers with Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher is being released June 4 do you get to show your funny side?

Yes, I get to play Katherine Heigl’s father, but I’m not just playing a dad. It’s quite interesting and complex and there are a lot of twists and turns. It’s a romantic / action / adventure film. I’m looking forward to seeing it.

Do you have a big role?

It is, I think. They put me in the trailer. [Laughs] We shot for 10 days in the south of France - that was kind of neat. And it was fun working with Ashton and Katherine.

Selleck also chatted about working with Katherine and expressed his thoughts on press sensationalism:

"I find her charming and incredibly good. What we say in the business is she’s got chops. She’s really a good actress. Everybody gets his or her turn in the box with the press - I would take it with a grain of salt. I had nothing but fun with her. She was nothing but professional."

Catching The Eye

Members of the Irish band Westlife, who have sold over 40 million record worldwide were recently asked in an interview with Sky Showbiz to reveal their celebrity crushes. Singer Shane Filan revealed that Katherine was a favorite:

If you weren't all in relationships, which celebrities would catch your eye?

Shane: "For me the prettiest-looking celebrity would be Charlize Theron, she's incredible looking. Katherine Heigl is also beautiful - I had to have two."

Top 10 Movie Mom's

For over a century, movie moms have run the gamut. From overbearing, Psycho, to the endearing, Terms of Endearment, the maternal influence on motion pictures is unparalleled in its ability to produce deeply fascinating characters. She Knows Top 10 Movie Mom's:

10. Knocked Up, Katherine Heigl

Katherine Heigl’s performance as Alison Scott in "Knocked Up" is a fantastic portrayal of the emotions and stress felt throughout the stages of a surprise pregnancy, including the miracle of birth. Having to deal with Seth Rogen's Ben doesn't help the situation.

Technically a mom-in-the-making movie, "Knocked Up" not only put Heigl on the A-list, but also introduced audiences to the madcap world of Seth Rogen. With a single one night stand, Rogen and Heigl create expectant parents who barely know each other, yet are forced on this journey together.When "Knocked Up" arrived on screens in 2007, no one could have guessed that the film would resonate with audiences the way it did. The film made over $150 million in the US alone.