Daniel Craig and Katherine Heigl are in final negotiations to star in the upcoming movie Logan Lucky, which follows a heist at a NASCAR race. The film is set to be directed by Steven Soderbergh and pre-production will begin this weekend at the NASCAR Spring Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 race, according to Deadline. The movie [...]
Channing Tatum, Katherine Heigl, Daniel Craig, Riley Keough, Adam Driver and Seth MacFarlane have all signed up to be in Logan Lucky: a heist film set at NASCAR’s Charlotte Motor Speedway due out in 2017. So yeah, Ocean’s 11 plus NASCAR, get it? Read more...
Steven Soderbergh has searched high and low to cast his NASCAR movie, Logan Lucky, and he has decided to go with an actress known for rom-coms and James Bond himself. Per Deadline, Daniel Craig and Katherine Heigl are in talks to join the heist movie, which already counts Seth MacFarlane, Adam ... More »
EXCLUSIVE: Daniel Craig and Katherine Heigl are said to be finalizing deals to join Steven Soderbergh's heist film Logan Lucky about brothers who plan a crime during a NASCAR race in Charlotte. The film is scheduled for a fall start date, which puts further into question the actor’s willingness to return to the Bond franchise for MGM. Show More Summary
CBS will premiere two new dramas in 2017, Training Day and Doubt. While the Katherine Heigl (Grey's Anatomy) and Laverne Cox (Orange is the New Black) led Doubt hasn't premiered any footage, CBS has released a trailer for Training Day. Training Day is re-imagining/sequel of the 2001 movie of the same name and stars Bill Paxton and newcomer Justin Cornwell.
CBS just revealed the schedule for the Fall 2016-2017 primetime lineup. Slated to hit the schedule mid-season is the new legal series Doubt, starring Laverne Cox and Katherine Heigl, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Undercover Boss, and another new series Training Day starring Bill Paxton. Shows that won’t be returning next season are Angel From Hell, [...]
By by 2014, Katherin Heygl wasn?t getting as many offers in the movies business. This led her to sign on with State of Affairs, an NBC series that didn't last. It doesn?t look, however, as if Heigl was deterred by that cancellation. She?s now signing on for a brand new TV role. Click To Continue Reading
Katherine Heigl is headed back to the small screen. Heigl’s new legal drama, Doubt, has been given a series order by CBS, according to TV Line. Katherine will star as Sadie Ellis, a successful defense lawyer at a boutique firm who falls for a client accused of a brutal crime. Show More Summary
CBS kept its hands relatively blood-free in the latest round of TV executions, offering little more than a mercy kill to CSI: Cyber, and letting Supergirl escape its ratings-hungry clutches for the welcoming arms of The CW. But lestShow More Summary
Katherine Heigl and Laverne Cox are headed to CBS’ primetime lineup in the new drama series Doubt! In the legal drama, Katherine plays Sadie, “a smart, chic, successful defense lawyer at a boutique firm who shockingly gets romantically involved with one of her clients, who may or may not be guilty of a brutal crime,” [...]
Doubt, executive produced by Grey's Anatomy's Tony Phelan and Joan Rater, as well as Carl Beverly and Sarah Timberman, has been ordered to series by CBS for the 2016-2017 season. Katherine Heigl, whose entire career has essentially been an apology tour (shading Shonda Rhimes didn't help), plays a "smart, chic, successful ... More »
The legal soap also stars Steven Pasquale, Dule HIll and Laverne Cox. read more
CBS has ordered the legal drama DOUBT to series, starring Katherine Heigl. Heigl stars as a “smart, chic, successful defense lawyer at a boutique firm starts to fall for her charismatic client who may or may not be guilty of a brutal crime.” Created by GREY’S ANATOMY alums Tony Phelan & Joan Rater, the series also stars Steven […]
Katherine Heigl’s character sarcastically states in 27 Dresses (one of my favorite movies), “Weddings are the perfect place to forget about being single.” And as SMP’s only single (albeit still wedding-obsessed) editor, it’s my duty to share my wedding survival tips with all you fabulous, single ladies out there. After all, weddings should be fun — […]
Seth Rogen keeps things casual while speaking to University of Vermont students who raised over $28,000 for his Hilarity For Charity’s HFC U Program on Saturday (April 23) in Essex, VT. The 34-year-old Neighbors 2 star was joined by his lovely wife, Lauren Miller. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Seth Rogen This is [...]
Katherine Heigl must be singing in her head a line from Justin Bieber's song that goes "Is it too late now to say sorry?" after saying that she regrets taking a swipe at her own movie "Knocked Up" shown eight years ago. Heigl said that the remark she made on the movie back then was a dumb move on her part.
Prince has passed away at his Minnesota compound – Dlisted The media is still making Katherine Heigl apologize for stupid shit she said a million years ago – Celebitchy Wrestling icon Chyna has passed away, too – Starcasm A Three’s Company...Show More Summary
Rom-coms are in a crisis. The genre that use to give us compelling, well-made hits on the (somewhat) regular is now a little more than a tedious procession of whitebread chicanery. There are some good rom-coms, sure, but not nearly....
Some years back, Katherine Heigl and Grey's Anatomy parted ways after the actress threw the show under the bus in reference to the Emmy Awards. Does she still feel the same way after all this time?Click To Continue Reading
Katherine Heigl is opening up about controversial comments she made about her 2007 film Knocked Up. The 37-year-old actress was asked about calling the movie “sexist” during an interview on The Howard Stern Show. “It was dumb,” Katherine said. “I liked the movie a lot. I just didn’t like me. She was kind of like, [...]