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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

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  • CANNES: Little Margin for Error in Selling Mid-Budget Films

    As studios put more and more of their resources into tentpoles, independent producers are pondering a key question: How much money is the right amount for a project? For starters, with the Cannes Film Festival looming, producers are dealing with...
  • Seth MacFarlane Has an Idea for His Next Movie After 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'

    The Wild West made its way to Westwood Thursday night as Universal and MRC premiered Seth MacFarlane's "A Million Ways to Die in the West" at the New Regency Theater. Even with temperatures rising, MacFarlane was not alone to celebrate his second full-...
  • Broadcast TV viewers in U.S. to see more dramas next season

    By Liana B. Baker (Reuters) - Viewers may be laughing a lot less when they turn on their televisions this fall, as the major U.S. broadcasters are loading up their schedules with dramas in an effort to lure some defecting viewers back from cable. For...
  • Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' on CBS

    Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' on CBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 27 - May 3, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------   SERIES 30 for 30 A new "Soccer Stories"...
  • Celebrity Parents, Kids Assembled at 'Lego Movie' Premiere

    February 1 was family day at the Regency Village Theater in the Westwood section of Los Angeles, where such A-listers as Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg and Elizabeth Banks turned out with their pint-sized broods in tow for the world premiere of "The Lego...
  • Katherine Heigl sues drugstore chain for $6 million over a tweet

    Katherine Heigl sues drugstore chain for $6 million over a tweet
    Katherine Heigl is suing New York drugstore chain Duane Reade to the tune of $6 million -- all over a tweet she claims misappropriated her image for commercial purposes without her consent.  Last month, the company tweeted out a link to a story with a...
  • Berlin: Vera Farmiga Boards 'Prima' Comedy

    Vera Farmiga is set to star in relationship comedy "Prima," which was written by Evan Greenberg ("Sex Farce"), who will also direct. "Prima" (aka "Dance of the Mirlitons") turns on 12-year-old Jesse Urchin, who shocks everyone when she gets into to a...
  • Katherine Heigl's New Film Turns to IndieGogo for Help

    Zach Braff and Rob Thomas aren't the only ones who can use crowd sourcing sites. The producers of Katherine Heigl's new indie film, "Jenny's Wedding," have launched an IndieGogo page in the hopes of raising $150,000 by March 28 in order to complete post-...
  • All I want for Valentine's Day is for Hollywood to bring back RomComs

    All I want for Valentine's Day is for Hollywood to bring back RomComs
    Is romance dead? That’s the question my colleague Chris Erskine posed in his Middle Ages column last week after noticing a decline in RomComs and love songs. “Imagine a life without romance. Well, that’s exactly what we’ve come...
  • Katherine Heigl Signs With WME

    Katherine Heigl has inked with WME. The signing comes as Heigl makes her return to TV in NBC's "State of Affairs," which has been picked up for pilot by the network, that she will also produce. Heigl can also be seen next in "Your Right Mind" with Ben...
  • TV Taps Other Screens To Get Viewers To Sample New Shows

    To make the most money, TV networks like NBC, ABC and CBS need viewers to watch shows the traditional way - on the good ol' boob tube. To get TV aficionados to try new shows like freshman ABC sitcom "The Goldbergs" or NBC cop drama "Ironside," however,...