Thursday, April 29, 2010 / 2:05 pm
Thursday, April 29, 2010 / 10:42 am
Lionsgate has acquired the U.S. distribution rights to "One for the Money", an adaptation of the best selling Janet Evanovich novel in which Katherine will play lingerie buyer turned bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. Production is set to begin on July 12th.
Plum can’t catch a break. At 30, she finds herself newly-divorced, recently laid-off, and living with her hamster in Trenton, N.J. Broke and desperate, she lands a job working for her slimy cousin and his bail bond business. In need of fast cash she latches on to his biggest case – a local cop wanted for murder who just happens to be the guy that broke her heart in high school. Stephanie gets resourceful and tough, as she is swept up in a suspenseful world of murder, deceit, with a bit of romance.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010 / 6:21 pm
Warner Bros. has announced that the theatrical release of Katherine Heigl’s dramedy "Life As We Know It" has been moved forward from December 22nd to October 8th.
Tuesday, April 27, 2010 / 10:44 am
The premise for the site is built around the fact that in the movie Jen (Katherine Heigl), does not know her husband Spencer (Ashton Kutcher), is a spy and that very fact could get her killed. Visitors to the new site are encouraged to take part in a Facebook quiz to find out how well they really know their friends or partners!
Monday, April 26, 2010 / 2:30 pm
At the ASPCA Bergh Ball in New York recently, where Katherine was honored with the organizations Presidential Service Award for her animal welfare work, she chatted to the press about motherhood and daughter Naleigh.
OK! has published a detailed transcript of the interview which begins with Katie discussing husband Josh Kelley and how he is a wonderful father to their baby daughter:
Katherine Heigl: Motherhood Changes Emotions
By Valerie Nome
"He’s spectacular," the actress, 31, tells me of the man she married in 2007. "I couldn’t have even imagined a better father for her. She’s the luckiest little kid. We call him Disneyland Dad because as soon as he comes in, it’s fun and happiness and rides around the room on his shoulders. He’s attentive and involved. I never for a minute would question leaving her."