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Katherine Heigl will be arriving to 'Suits' in season 8, and has been opening up about her character in the series.
Her Royal Highness, Meghan Markle has exited her role in 'Suits' for obvious reasons, and will be replaced in one of the show's leading roles by former 'Grey's Anatomy' star Katherine Heigl. Bringing new character Samantha into the fold, Heigl is excited for the world to be introduced to her next big TV gig.
Katherine Heigl will arrive in 'Suits' season 8
As the character's a new one, not much is known about her, but there have been some teasers promising that she'll be shaking up the series in a way not seen before. Heigl is certainly an accomplished actress who's able to bring a real gravitas to her roles, so it's going to be intriguing to see her join 'Suits'.
Continue reading: Katherine Heigl Teases Her Arrival In 'Suits' Season 8
Markle and her on-screen boyfriend, Patrick J Adams, are both set to quit the USA Network series after the current seventh series.
Katherine Heigl is set to replace Meghan Markle in the cast of American legal drama ‘Suits’, it has been announced this week, with Markle’s on-screen boyfriend Patrick J. Adams also set to quit his role.
39 year old actor Heigl will play a new talented lawyer, named Samantha Wheeler, at Pearson Specter Litt on the USA Network show, the broadcaster confirmed on Wednesday (January 31st). The upcoming eighth season begins production in April in Toronto.
“Joining ‘Suits’ was the perfect organic way to not only collaborate with an executive producer I admire deeply, but to also become part of a show and cast that I am an immense fan of,” Heigl said in a statement. “I have watched ‘Suits’ from the very beginning and feel incredibly lucky to be the newest member of the Pearson Specter Litt family.”
Continue reading: Katherine Heigl Replacing Meghan Markle In 'Suits' Cast
Ever since the original 'Nut Job', Surly the squirrel and his animal friends have been living it up at the Nut Shop and feasting on all the peanuts they can manage. Unfortunately, that luxury isn't destined to last long and when the shop mysteriously explodes, they are forced to find another hide-out. A vista in Liberty Park is idyllic and seems like the perfect place to re-locate, the only problem is the mayor of Oakton City just wants to make as much profit as possible from his town and the Park is not raking in anything except weeds. Thus, he decides to open an amusement park on the site, only that involves bulldozing the animals' home and they can't afford to lose another sanctuary. They must do everything they can to stop this amusement park being built, but that involves enlisting the help from mouse gang leader Mr. Feng.
Continue: The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature Trailer
With heavy echoes of trashy thrillers like Fatal Attraction, this movie overcomes its painfully simplistic script with plenty of nasty nuttiness. It may be a problem that none of this is intentionally hilarious, but the audience will enjoy giggling along as the only barely defined characters get pushed into increasingly grisly situations that all hinge on corny coincidences and the fact that no one talks to each other. Yes, it's terrible, but also a guilty pleasure.
It's set in suburban Southern California, where Julia (Rosario Dawson) has just moved to live with her hunky fiance David (Geoff Stults), who runs a micro-brewery. He also shares custody of his daughter Lily (Isabella Kai Rice) with his super-sleek ex-wife Tessa (Katherine Heigl), who clearly wants him back. So of course she sets out to make Julia's life miserable, all while smiling not-so-innocently. Her masterstroke is to lure Julia's violent ex (Simon Kassianides) to town once the restraining order against him expires. And of course, Tessa is carefully making it look like Julia's the one who's losing her marbles.
Director-producer Denise Di Novi lays this on thickly, with ominous musical undertones every time Heigl appears on-screen, to remind us that she's up to something nefarious. As if we didn't already know that by her pinched expression, uber-flattened hairstyle and tightly fitted dresses. Heigl generates some sympathy for Tessa as the woman scorned, and the appearance of her even more monstrous mother (Cheryl Ladd) adds the idea that she couldn't help growing up into this manipulative creep. Meanwhile, Dawson does some serious acting as Julia, a woman trying her best in a very difficult situation. On the other hand, it's impossible to understand how her brain works, especially when she continually withholds key information about both her past and her present from David.
Continue reading: Unforgettable Review
Bunny boiler alert!
The new thriller Unforgettable harks back to the heyday of trashy female-led revenge movies like Fatal Attraction, as Katherine Heigl's Tessa makes life a nightmare for her ex-husband's new fiancee Julia, played by Rosario Dawson. The stars say they wanted to do something different with the genre.
Katherine Heigl and Rosario Dawson in Unforgettable
"We tried to make them real people in real situations," Dawson says. "The stuff that's happening, while it may be really entertaining on-screen, when that happens in real life, not so much. So it's not just a traditional chick flick where we're only making this for women. I love that it's testing well with men too. We can make a story that everybody can relate to, because we're being honest."
Heigl was speaking about her 'Unforgettable' co-star Dawson ahead of the film's release on April 21st.
Dawson plays a character who is hell-bent on ruining her ex-husband’s new wife, played by Heigl. But though they are bitter enemies on screen, Heigl was full of praise for Dawson off of it, saying her professionalism and friendliness made her an “absolute dream”.
Katherine Heigl and Rosario Dawson clash in 'Unforgettable'
Continue reading: Katherine Heigl On Co-Star Rosario Dawson: "She's An Absolute Dream"
To Jenny's family, she's always been somewhat of a loner. Even though she's the oldest sibling, as far as they're aware she still lives a bachelorette lifestyle with her roommate in the city.
When Jenny returns home for the christening of the newest member of their family, it doesn't take her mother and father long to start the usual 'when are you going to find a man and settle down' lecture. Finally caving to their questioning, Jenny lets slip that she is in a relationship and that this partner might just be the one that she's ready to settle down with. What all Jenny's family don't know is that her partner is actually her current roommate Kitty.
After years of living together and being open about their relationship with their city friends, Jenny comes out to her parents and announces her wish to marry the love of her life. Having lived a sheltered existence, this comes as a huge shock to Eddie and Rose and neither know how to take the news - asking Jenny to keep her partner a secret. As time passes and the lie becomes unmanagable, the Farrell family find themselves being pulled apart. To find a way to keep their family together, each must face facts and find a way to adapt to make a future together.
Continue: Jenny's Wedding Trailer
Ryan Brenner is a talented busker travelling across the US on freight trains desperate to find success as a guitarist and singer. Jackie Laurel is just one of the many who have been captivated by his street music, being a former singer herself, and when she is knocked down by a pick-up truck in Ogden, Utah, he is first on the scene to help her to her feet. He manages to get her home, and eventually agrees to stay for supper as a thank you. But after hearing about how he has no fixed address, she offers him a place to crash for a little while - to the approval of both her mother and her young daughter. While he might be struggling to kickstart his career, she's looking to end her marriage to her husband in Manhattan, who is threatening to take custody of their daughter unless she stops divorce proceedings. Life might not be dealing them any aces, but it seems they could really find something special in each other.
Continue: Jackie & Ryan Trailer
Despite having one of Hollywood's worst reputations, the 35 year-old actress is adamant she has always been professional and never difficult to work with.
Katherine Heigl has just had about enough of her reputation as being "rude" and difficult to work with. The 35-year-old actress is now ready to put these negative claims behind her, which she adamantly denies anyway.
Heigl simply said she is "not" rude, and is always "professional"
While being interviewed for 'The Meredith Vieira Show,' airing Monday (Nov 24th), Heigl was quizzed about recently taking part in a Facebook Q&A when a fan asked her to address the ongoing "rumours that you're very rude."
The 35 year-old actress recently responded to a fan who asked her to address the ongoing "rumours that you're very rude."
Like most Hollywood stars, Katherine Heigl is faced with her fair share of criticism, and this isn't helped by her reputation of being hard to work with behind the scenes, which has come from her colleagues within the industry.
Heigl addressed rumours that she is "rude" behidn the scenes
In the most recent case, the 35 year-old actress was publically attacked by 'Grey's Anatomy' creator Shonda Rhimes when she was talking about working on the set of 'Scandal,' saying, "There are no Heigls in this situation. .I don't put up with bulls--t or nasty people. I don't have time for it."
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