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Katherine Heigl

Katherine Heigl gained fame as Dr. Izzie Stevens on Grey's Anatomy. Heigl's movie credits include Knocked Up, 27 Dresses, The Ugly Truth and Killers.
Katherine Heigl gained fame as Dr. Izzie Stevens on Grey's Anatomy. Heigl's movie credits include Knocked Up, 27 Dresses, The Ugly Truth and Killers. « Show less

Top Katherine Heigl Articles

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  • Absurdity comes out at night in 'Graveyard'

    Absurdity comes out at night in 'Graveyard'
    People do ridiculous things in the middle of the night. Questionable things. Like decide they will shoot the entire season of a Web series — all 14 episodes, with 50 pages of dialogue — before the sun comes up. In fact, when director Ron...
  • Advice: I'm liberal with a Republican fetish. Is that creepy?

    Advice: I'm liberal with a Republican fetish. Is that creepy?
    I am afflicted with a persistent sexual fantasy that I'd rather not have. In recent years, I have developed a slightly unhinged attraction to Republicans. I'm your typical college-educated, urban-elitist lefty. I want saved whales, married gays and...
  • Q&A: 'Brave' director Mark Andrews and producer Katherine Sarafian

    Q&A: 'Brave' director Mark Andrews and producer Katherine Sarafian
    Given the chance to shoot a bow and arrow alongside “Brave” director Mark Andrews and producer Katherine Sarafian, I completely humiliated them. No, no I didn’t. The 43-year-old, Bay Area-based folks behind Pixar’s latest animated...
  • 'One For the Money' review: Not even worth the change you find in your couch

    'One For the Money' review: Not even worth the change you find in your couch
    * (out of four) Here’s something to bum you out: Sixty years ago, Debbie Reynolds starred in “Singin’ in the Rain.” Now, she’s playing goofy ol’ granny and firing a gun into a turkey in the pathetic “One For...
  • Chicago International Film Festival to honor Joan Allen, Viola Davis, Helen Hunt

    Chicago International Film Festival to honor Joan Allen, Viola Davis, Helen Hunt
    Congratulations to Joan Allen, Viola Davis and Helen Hunt, who will all attend the Chicago International Film Festival (Oct. 11-25) to accept a Silver Hugo award for "significant achievements and contributions to the arts," the fest announced this...
  • 'This Means War': Witherspoon in the middle of spy vs. spy vs. sense ✭

    'This Means War': Witherspoon in the middle of spy vs. spy vs. sense ✭
    In "This Means War,"the CIA operatives played by Chris Pine and Tom Hardy fall for the same woman, a consumer products tester played by Reese Witherspoon. At first the boys agree to let the best agent win, seduction-wise, while Witherspoon's Lauren...
  • 'Five-Year Engagement': Engaging rom-com worth an 'I do' ✭✭✭ 1/2

    'Five-Year Engagement': Engaging rom-com worth an 'I do' ✭✭✭ 1/2
    A lot of terrible romantic comedies come along in a given year, and after five or six you begin to question your belief in anything — romance, comedy, movies, even terribleness itself. Before you know it you're trying to break the fever and hit...
  • 'Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey' review: Part doc, mostly crock

    'Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey' review: Part doc, mostly crock
    *1/2 (out of four) Truth: My lifelong Cubs fandom doesn't make me biased against “Don't Stop Believin',” a documentary about the new-ish frontman for massive ’80s rock band Journey,¬†whose iconic song became the theme for the 2005...
  • 'Future Weather' review: Teetering on the edge of trouble

    'Future Weather' review: Teetering on the edge of trouble
    **1/2 (out of four) In the imaginary, low-budget moviemaking handbook, there are 10 chapters on stories about money-starved small towns and resourceful kids forced to confront their positions without a reliable parent for support. The Illinois-set...
  • Apatow, Mann balance laughs, drama, fiction and family in '40'

    Apatow, Mann balance laughs, drama, fiction and family in '40'
    LOS ANGELES — On a late February morning in the editing suite of Judd Apatow's multi-level West Los Angeles headquarters, the writer-director and editor Brent White were playing back scenes from Apatow's new comedy, “This Is 40.”...
  • 'The Big Wedding' review: These aren't tears of joy

    'The Big Wedding' review: These aren't tears of joy
    0.5 stars (out of four) A comedy that provokes only sadness, “The Big Wedding” features several stars that a casting agent would hire if trying to exact revenge on me personally. So no, I didn't go into “The Big Wedding” expecting...