Thursday, June 3, 2010 / 6:50 pm
Speaking to iVillage as part of the promotion for her new movie "Killers", Katherine explained that the main motivation for her recent departure from "Grey’s Anatomy" was that it afforded her the opportunity to spend more time with her baby daughter Naleigh.
"I really wanted to see it through," she said of the ABC medical drama, "But I’ll forever be grateful, no matter how hard that decision was, that I made it because I’ve had this unbelievable time with my daughter."
Check out the video interview to hear Katie talk about her daughter, their relationship and what surprised her most about "Killers" co-star Ashton Kutcher.
Thursday, June 3, 2010 / 5:23 pm
At the world premiere of "Killers" in Los Angeles on June 1st, Lionsgate took the opportunity to promote the new movie by streaming the red carpet event live via Ustream. The studio also provided the public with an exclusive opportunity to see the first 13 minutes of the film ahead of the June 4th theatrical release.
Thursday, June 3, 2010 / 4:25 pm
In an interview with movie site Canmag, Katherine explained how she felt her roles have changed a little with each of the romantic comedies she has starred in. She also joked about her previous experience of handling a gun in her 1998 tongue-in-cheek horror movie "Bride Of Chucky", and discussed how her own father Paul differs from her on-screen dad played by Tom Selleck in "Killers".
Thursday, June 3, 2010 / 3:36 pm
Katherine and her "Killers" co-star Ashton Kutcher have been busy promoting the new action comedy with a series of local TV news station interviews this morning. The promotion is ahead of the theatrical release on Friday, which also coincides with Katherine’s appearance as a guest on Live! With Regis & Kelly.
Thursday, June 3, 2010 / 2:52 pm
American Honda Motor Co., Inc., presented two Dog Friendly Honda Elements to the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation last month. Designed with pet safety and comfort as top priorities, both Elements will be used to transport rescued dogs throughout the Western U.S.
The Jason Debus Heigl Foundation was founded by Nancy and Katherine Heigl in memory of a wonderful son and brother. Jason loved all animals, especially dogs, cats and monkeys and lived his short life extending compassion and kindness to all creatures great and small. The Foundation is his legacy.