Katie Holmes seen alone and with Stefania Owen at a screening of 'All We Had' held at the Copia Screening Room during the Napa Valley Film Festival, Napa, California, United States - Saturday 12th November 2016
Katie Holmes , Stefania Owen - Katie Holmes wearing a zipped front denim dress shopping at Walmart in Queens for a scene in her upcoming drama 'All We Had' which she also makes her feature directorial debut. at Queens - NY, United States - Tuesday 11th August 2015
The Mission Impossible star is reportedly dating his 22-year-old British assistant, Emily Thomas
When Hollywood actor Tom Cruise married Katie Holmes many saw an emerging pattern of the Mission Impossible superstar getting hitched with younger and younger women every time he walked down the aisle. And, as the rumours of marriage number 4 continue to swirl, that trend does not look like it’s going to change anytime soon as his relationship with his 22-year-old British assistant begins to hot up.
Tom Cruise takes on the role of Ethan Hawke for a fifth time in Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation
Emily Thomas has been working as the star’s assistant since last year and, with a 31 year age gap between the two, this could be Cruise’s youngest bride yet.
Continue reading: Is Tom Cruise Heading Down The Aisle For A Fourth Time?
Can you imagine Dawson's Creek with this alternate ending?
It’s been a 90s-themed week. After we heard some news from Full House reboot Fuller House, the creators of that other not-at-all-guilty pleasure Dawson’s Creek have come out with a startling revelation – whether you were team Dawson or team Pacey, this might just change your outlook on the whole show.
Is it time to get the gang back together for a reunion, maybe?
As it turns out, Joey Potter wasn't originally supposed to end up with Pacey Witter. That's right, the girl next door was close to ending the series in the arms of her BFF -- Dawson Leery.
Continue reading: Dawson's Flashback: Would You Be On Board With This Alternate Ending?
The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in New York brought Katie Holmes to the screening of her directorial debut 'Eternal Princess'; a short documentary about Romanian Olympian Nadia Comaneci who became the first female gymnast to be awarded a full score out of ten in 1976.
This fascinating true story is strong enough to hold up against the formulaic Hollywood treatment, boosted by another riveting performance from Helen Mirren. She adds some badly needed prickly humour to the film, which continually resorts to unsophisticated sentimentality as it traces a remarkable series of real events. And it helps that the story has some intriguing things to say about both art and history.
It opens in 1998 Los Angeles, where Maria Altmann (Mirren) has discovered some documents in her late sister's belongings that refer to a beloved portrait of their Aunt Adele (Antje Traue in flashbacks). The problem is that the painting is Gustav Klimt's Woman in Gold, which is regarded as the "Mona Lisa of Austria" and held in pride of place in the national gallery. Since Austria has begun restoring art stolen from its citizens by the Nazis, Maria hires novice family-friend lawyer Randy Schoenberg (Ryan Reynolds), who quickly realises the futility of the case. But they travel to Vienna to begin the process, getting some help navigating the system from local journalist Hubertus (Daniel Bruhl). Sure enough, the Austrian government fights Maria at every step of the way.
The compelling argument in this film is that if Austria acknowledges that this national treasure was stolen, it implicates the government and the population in complicity with the Nazis. And that's something no one is willing to do. There's also of course the issue of greed, since Woman in Gold is worth $100 million. But Maria's simple question is why the painting's value or status matter when its true ownership is so clear. Director Simon Curtis and writer Alexi Kaye Campbell wisely dash through the series of hearings, court cases and appeals, while emphasising this undeniable fact of the case. Although this also simplifies most scenes into little more than "Nazis bad, Jews good". While the flashbacks to Maria's past are moving and informative, Randy's sideplots feel irrelevant and undercooked, featuring his pregnant wife (Katie Holmes) and sardonic boss (Charles Dance).
Continue reading: Woman In Gold Review
The pair were reported to have been secretly dating for close to two years.
Jamie Foxx has attempted to quash rumours that he’s enjoying a secret romance with actress Katie Holmes, by telling paparazzi the pair are “just friends”. Foxx's comments come days after it was claimed the pair may have been keeping a romance under wraps for nearly two years after hitting it off in summer 2013.
Jamie Foxx says he is not dating Katie Holmes
Foxx found himself ambushed by photogs when he was walking back to his car after visiting a bank in Westlake Village, just outside of Los Angeles. When asked about the recent rumours regarding him and Katie the 47 year old said, "Oh come on, you guys have been trying to get that to stick for three years.”
Continue reading: Jamie Foxx Denies Rumours Of Secret Romance With Katie Holmes
The ex-wife of Tom Cruise and his 'Collateral' co-star are said to have been more than just friends for a while now.
It’s been nearly three years since Katie Holmes’ marriage to Tom Cruise ended and following her high profile divorce the former ‘Dawson’s Creek’ star has kept understandably quiet about her love life. But according to a story in this week’s US Weekly, things have been anything but quiet for Holmes on the romance front, as she’s reportedly been seeing actor Jamie Foxx for nearly two years.
Katie Holmes is said to be enjoying spending time with Jamie Foxx
Inside the magazine a picture taken of the pair together back in February shows the undercover couple looking cosy as they hold hands and maybe even indulge in a little game of footsie. Foxx and Holmes were first rumoured to be spending time together back in October 2013, after it was reported the actor had ‘wooed’ Katie during a benefit in the Hamptons that summer.
Continue reading: Has Katie Holmes Been Secretly Dating Jamie Foxx For Two Years?
When the Nazis took over Vienna prior to the Second World War, they stole countless, priceless artefacts. One of these artefacts was the Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, and an Austrian Holocaust survivor has the perfect claim to it. Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren) hires Randol Schoenberg (Ryan Reynolds), a lawyer of Austrian decent, to help her become once again acquainted with the famous painting of her aunt. The problem is, that the painting is held in a Vienna art gallery, and the Austrian government are adamant in keeping the national treasure. Altmann, on the other hand, is desperate to get back what is rightfully hers.
Continue: Woman In Gold - Trailer And Clips
With clips from more than 200 teen movies made in the decade after 1995's Clueless, this lively kaleidoscopic documentary entertainingly traces how America has depicted the teen experience on screen. The film's structure feels a little deliberate, and it of course is looking at a portrayal of puberty, not the real thing. But it's inventively edited by first-time feature director Charlie Lyne, with a snappy pace and some seriously interesting observations along the way.
These 10 years are significant because they marked an expansion in the style of coming-of-age movies, encompassing genres from comedy to sci-fi to horror to explore the clashes between high school factions of jocks, nerds, burnouts, artists and mean girls. Taken together, these films paint a vivid, perhaps exaggerated portrait of adolescence, including key rites of passage, the mob mentality, and the various things that feel threatening to the "herd" (like smart kids or loners). High school is the time when teens experiment with alcohol, partying, rebellion and sex, while facing up to peer pressure and their own mortality for the first time. And ultimately, everyone must navigate this emotionally overwrought period on his or her own.
The film breaks down this experience into five chapters: fitting in (as either a maverick or conformist), acting out (challenging the rules), losing yourself (developing your own identity), toeing the line (being forced to obey the rules) and moving on (growing into an adult). This kind of makes the movie feel like an academic thesis, especially with the somewhat overwritten narration (voiced by teen star Fairuza Balk). But the movie is packed with telling connections between this vast variety of movies, all of which reflect reality without ever depicting it too honestly. Thankfully, Lyne's editing is knowing and often very funny, putting scenes together to say something completely unexpected.
Continue reading: Beyond Clueless Review
The Hollywood star doesn't let her life revolve around work: "I just do what I do and go home."
Even though Katie Holmes is a Hollywood star and seems to have had a career resurgence this past year, it is still very difficult for her to land big roles, which is why she is happy work isn't the number one thing her life.
Holmes recently revealed she isn't as ambitious as people may think
The 36-year-old star recently opened up to Elle Canada about the struggles of Hollywood, and why is more laid back than people may think.
Creative people and entrepreneurs of all arts came together at the launch of Valentino's Sala Bianca 945 fashion collection in New York. Among them were Katie Holmes from 'Dawson's Creek' and 'The Newsroom' actress Olivia Munn.
If the 35 year-old actress misses an item off her young daughter's Christmas list, she realizes there will be "years and years of hearing about it, and then probably therapy."
It seems Christmas time is going to be very busy in the Katie Holmes household as she has to prepare for what her 8-year-old daughter Suri, whom she shares with ex-husband Tom Cruise, is expecting from Santa Clause this year.
Holmes will be checking her daughter's list twice this Christmas!
Holmes appeared on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Monday (Nov. 24th), and admitted to the host that she is felling rather anxious about the approaching holiday season, mainly because of Suri's detailed Christmas list.
Ever had one of those teachers that simply will not tolerate bad behaviour? Well, elementary school teacher, Miss Meadows (Katie Holmes) is one of those teachers. Miss Meadows is a pillar of society, and acts with a certain sense of grace and elegance that delights her friends and neighbours. But Miss Meadows’ extra-curricular activities are certainly not on the usual syllabus, as she tracks down and kills unsavoury members of the community. But when an investigation begins into an unknown vigilante that ended the life of a multiple murderer, Miss Meadows realises she is being sought by the law she has worked tirelessly to protect.
Continue: Miss Meadows Trailer
Elizabeth (Allison Janney), a young movie star is heading off to spend time with her family over Memorial Day in 1980s rural New England. She brings her partner, Peter (Christian Camargo) to meet her brother, Herb (William Hurt), her son, Eric (Ben Whishaw) and his girlfriend, Eva (Juliet Rylance, and the family doctor, Louis (Jean Reno). Throughout a whirlwind weekend, Stephen (Mark Rylance) tries to keep calm across the land where a majestic bald eagle is trying to raise its young, with the help of his wife, Alex (Katie Holmes). The dysfunctional family battle against each other as they struggle to find true happiness and unity before their personalities tear them apart for good.
Continue: Days And Nights Trailer
Yet another teen sci-fi adventure, this movie may be sharply well-made but it struggles to find anything to say to an audience that has explored these themes much more meaningfully in films like The Hunger Games and Divergent. A solid cast makes it watchable, but a swelling flood of sentimentality undermines everything. And there isn't much subtext there to begin with.
Set in the distant future, society has rebuilt itself after "The Ruin" by eliminating all emotions, memories and art. The story centres on 18-year-old Jonas (BrentonThwaites), who is stunned to be selected as the next Receiver of Memories, working with the Giver (Jeff Bridges) to understand everything the elders have deliberately obliterated through both daily drug injections and some sort of magical barrier beyond the surrounding, forbidden mist. But the Chief Elder (Meryl Streep) is worried that Jonas is going rogue with his new knowledge, and Jonas' parents (Alexander Skarsgard and Katie Holmes) are also noticing something is amiss. So when Jonas tries to enlist his childhood pals Fiona and Asher (Odeya Rush and Cameron Monaghan) in small acts of rebellion, things come to a head.
Director Phillip Noyce creates a terrific visual look for the film's setting, with slickly designed sets,eye-catching effects and a colour scheme that begins in black and white and slowly adds hues as Jonas discovers more truth. But nothing about this society resonates: the best science-fiction tells us something about our world here and now, but parallels are very hard to spot in this faux utopia. Instead, we are faced with an implausible set-up that tries to convince us that people would mindlessly carry on without emotional or physical connections. And the idea that deleting these from human existence would make for a more peaceful society is just silly. Sure, we'd all like a world without violence and bigotry, but at the expense of personal freedom?
Continue reading: The Giver Review
Katie Holmes will make her directorial debut with 'All We Had' - based on Annie Weatherwax's recent novel.
Katie Holmes will make her directorial debut with an adaptation of the book All We Had, about a mother - also played by the actress - and her 13-year-old daughter who live together on the edge of poverty. The Fault in Our Stars director Josh Boone will pen the script.
Kate Holmes will make her directorial debut with 'All I Want' [Getty/Michael Loccisano]
All We Had, Annie Weatherwax's debut novel, only hit shelves in August. Holmes optioned it shortly afterwards with the assumption being that she would produce and star, however, the Batman Begins star has decided to get behind the camera. Jane Rosenthal (Little Fockers) is joining the project as producer, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Young Australian Brenton Thwaites is the leading man in new dystopian action pic The Giver, but just who is this charming young thespian?
An impressive cast of screen veterans, promising young newcomers, a multi-millions selling pop star and Katie Holmes have assembled for the dystopian sci-fi pic The Giver, due for imminent release. Of course, a PG-13 sci-fi film aimed at the vast Hunger Games young-adult audience wouldn’t be complete without a handsome hunk occupying the leading role. Curiously, and perhaps bravely on the part of director Philip Noyce (The Bone Collector, Patriot Games), the lead role has gone to a youngster who is relatively rookie in the big screen business.
Thwaites is poised to ascend towards the accolade of Hollywood hunk.
Brenton Thwaites can almost guarantee to find himself in every adolescent female magazine’s ‘Hottest Guys’ list. 25 years old, permanently tanned from the Aussie sun and still sporting boyish good looks the young Australian will appear alongside screen heavyweights Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep in the futuristic thriller. The Giver carries a wide appeal for audiences who are currently in thrall to dystopian action films. Thwaites will surely ascend to greater status in the industry and extend his fanbase beyond the growing army of teenage devotees.
Continue reading: Who Is The Young Actor Brenton Thwaites?
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The stars turned out at Barclays Center last night for Marvel Universe Live! – an action-packed live show that will tour arenas in 85 US cities over the next two years and features more than 25 Marvel superheroes and villains in an original story.
The show, having made a solid start, is sure to sell out those nationwide arenas, especially with Marvel’s film franchises performing so well at box offices over the past decade. But different movie studios have the rights to use various characters, which means there is only one way fans can see all of them in one show.
"Marvel Universe Live is the first and only place where you can see The Avengers, Spiderman, and members of The X-Team come together," said producer Juliette Feld. "I grew up around Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus and Disney On Ice, and I've always had a love for it. You know I'm very lucky because I get to work alongside my dad and my sister," she added.
Continue reading: Marvel Universe Live! At Barclays Center [Pictures]
Will Katie Holmes be able to distance herself from her Dawson's Creek role in a slew of upcoming films?
As the former wife of one of Hollywood’s most prolific and instantly recognisable screen icons, it is to be expected that Katie Holmes marriage to Tom Cruise will define much of her career for many years to come. What’s more, despite starring in such well-known and successful films as Batman Begins, Go and Phone Booth, she remains most well-known for her role as Joey Potter in the long-running series Dawson’s Creek.
Katie Holmes is attempting to re-establish herself as an actress.
The series, which details the lives of four teenagers through their growing pangs and adolescent tribulations ran for six seasons and 128 episodes, leaving Katie’s turn as the character Joey Potter left burned onto the minds of much of the American public. So far, efforts to distance herself from the role have been largely unsuccessful but an upcoming slew of films sees Katie making her most concerted effort to redefine herself as a talented and versatile actress.
Continue reading: Everything You Need To Know About Katie Holmes' New Movie
Author Lois Lowry talks about her dystopian sci-fi book 'The Giver' in a featurette ahead of the release of the film adaptation starring Jeff Bridges and Brenton Thwaites. The film follows a young boy living in a world without war, crime suffering or diversity, who is chosen to receive information about the real disasters of the previous world in a program designed to keep the society stable.
Continue: The Giver - Featurette
In a new interview, the actress addressed those swirling Tom Cruise rumours.
Laura Prepon has moved to dismiss the rumors that she is dating fellow actor Tom Cruise after speculation began circulating earlier this month. The Orange Is The New Black star had been linked to Cruise largely because the two share their Scientologist faith and it had been reported that they've been dating since last year.
Laura Prepon Has Laughed Off Rumours That She Is Dating Tom Cruise.
"It's just so funny that, when people don't know, they just make stuff up, [like] apparently I'm dating Tom Cruise right now," the 34 year-old star told SheKnows, adding "And apparently he doesn't want me doing the show because I portray a lesbian and I'm a Scientologist. This is false; where are they even getting this stuff? It's unbelievable to me."
Continue reading: Laura Prepon Dating Tom Cruise? Actress Sets The Record Straight
Bailee Madison and Katie Holmes - Bailee Madison and Katie Holmes Los Angeles, California - 'Don't Be Afraid of the Dark' Premiere at 2011 LAFF at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live - Arrivals Sunday 26th June 2011
Katie Holmes, daughter Suri Cruise and step-daughter Isabella Cruise - Katie Holmes, daughter Suri Cruise and step-daughter Isabella Cruise New York City, USA - walking through New York, on their way to Balthazar restaurant Monday 23rd November 2009
Date of birth
18th December, 1978
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