The private couple have been reportedly dating since 2013
Notoriously private couple Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx have reportedly spent a few days together on a secret getaway in Mexico just before the actress’ birthday. The pair travelled together without Katie’s young daughter, Suri before the ex-wife of Tom Cruise turned 38 last weekend.
Katie Holmes reportedly flew to Mexico with her beau, Jamie Foxx, for a birthday getaway
US Weekly reported that Foxx, 49, and Holmes flew to Cabo, San Lucas in a private jet on Friday (16 December) morning with just the two of them and two pilots.
Continue reading: Katie Holmes And Jamie Foxx Steal A Secret Getaway To Mexico Together
A report has alleged that a clause in Holmes’ 2012 divorce from Cruise means that she cannot date Jamie Foxx publicly.
It has been alleged that the reason Katie Holmes has not confirmed she’s dating long-rumoured boyfriend Jamie Foxx is because of a clause in her divorce from Tom Cruise. The report, published by RadarOnline, claims that Holmes’ 2012 divorce from Cruise contains a special clause, saying the actress cannot date another man publicly for five years.
Katie Holmes has long been rumoured to be dating Jamie Foxx
An ‘insider’ told the website: “Katie signed a clause in her quickie divorce settlement that prevents her from embarrassing Tom in various ways, like talking about him or Scientology, or publicly dating another man for five years after the divorce.”
After three years of dating rumours Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes' relationship has been confirmed.
Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes are officially a couple! Well, according to Foxx’s pal, former ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star, Claudia Jordan. Appearing on the Allegedly podcast on Tuesday (June 21) Jordan put an end to three years of rumours, by confirming that the two actors are in fact dating.
Jamie Foxx’s friend Claudia Jordan has confirmed he’s dating Katie Holmes.
When asked about her romantic history with Foxx, Jordan said: "[He's a] good friend of mine. Never [hooked up with him]." Then when quizzed about rumours of his relationship with Holmes, Jordan added, "He is very happy with her. I like that he seems very happy.”
Continue reading: Jamie Foxx's Friend Confirms He Is Dating Katie Holmes
A source had told the US edition of OK! magazine that Holmes and Foxx were expecting a baby together.
For more than a year now, unconfirmed reports have claimed that Jamie Foxx and Katie Holmes are in a clandestine relationship, but U.S. OK! magazine has got the rumours swirling again by suggesting that the pair have called off their wedding (!) because they’re expecting a baby together (!!).
Okay, so lots of WTFs there - let's try to sort this out.
Foxx’s representatives told The Mirror on Friday (May 20th) that all rumours of babies, failed marriages and secret relationships are “categorically untrue”.
Continue reading: Jamie Foxx's Rep Denies Katie Holmes Pregnancy Rumours
Perry will star opposite Katie Holmes in the eight-part miniseries.
Former ‘Friends’ star Matthew Perry has joined the cast of Reelz miniseries ‘The Kennedys — After Camelot’ as Ted Kennedy. Perry will star as the younger brother of JFK, opposite Katie Holmes who will reprise her role as former First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
Matthew Perry has been cast in 'The Kennedys -After Camelot'.
In a statement Muse Entertainment president Michael Prupas said: “We are privileged to have an actor of Matthew Perry’s stature and ability take on the role of such a complex and controversial figure as Ted Kennedy.”
Continue reading: Matthew Perry Joins 'The Kennedys -After Camelot' Cast As Ted Kennedy
The former wife of Tom Cruise has shown her support for the presidential hopeful
It’s the start of a New Year and for presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton 2016 will be a big one as she cranks up her campaign to be America’s first female President. At least the American Democratic frontrunner has got the backing of one particularly high profile face from Hollywood: Katie Holmes.
The actress has shown her support for Hillary Clinton's presidential bid
The actress and ex-wife of Tom Cruise met Hillary and Hillary’s daughter Chelsea with her own youngster, six-year-old Suri.
Cruise has recently put a number of his properties up for sale.
The Mission: Impossible star, 53, bought the enormous Rede Place mansion in East Grinstead, in the desirable commuter belt within travelling distance of London, back in 2003. Constructed from an original base of a small Victorian house, the property covers four storeys and 14.2 acres and boasts a huge range of luxury features.
Tom Cruise has put his East Grinstead mansion up for sale
Continue reading: Tom Cruise Putting His U.K. Mansion Up For Sale For Nearly £5 Million
Emily and Marco are two talented, bipolar poets whose creativity is fuelled by their emotional extremes. When they meet in a treatment facility, they become embroiled in a romance that mixes art and passion and brings them together as two misunderstood outsiders against the world.
But their instant and intense chemistry only serves to drive their mania to new heights, as they pursue a wild and passionate romance against the advice of their family and professional carers. Swinging between fantastical highs and tormented lows, the two must ultimately choose between sanity and love, before they destroy themselves and each other.
Written and directed by Paul Dalio, Touched with Fire is an intense, romantic drama that blends the beauty of art and creativity with the often dark reality of mental illness. It wowed critics earlier this year at the 2015 South by Southwest Film Festival and stars Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby in the two lead roles.
Helen Mirren's "great ambition" is to star in a 'Fast and Furious' movie.
Helen Mirren is not a woman to turn down difficult roles. She has, after all, played three different Queens of the United Kingdom and, in a voice part, the Queen of Egypt. Yet there is nothing 69-year-old Mirren would like more than to star in a Fast and Furious film and do her own driving stunts.
Helen Mirren would love to be in a Fast and Furious movie.
Katie Holmes is heading to Showtime's 'Ray Donovan' for a major guest starring role.
Katie Holmes has landed what is being described as a "major guest role" in Showtime's drama Ray Donovan. The Toledo-born actress will play a shrewd and chic businesswoman named Paige who enlists the services of Ray (Liev Schreiber).
Katie Holmes will play a major guest role in Showtime's critically acclaimed Ray Donovan
Paige is also the daughter of Ian McShane's billionaire producer character Andrew, according to Variety, who first reported the news. McShane was cast in a recurring role in the series earlier this month.
Continue reading: Katie Holmes Lands Major Role In Showtime's 'Ray Donovan'
The New York Premiere for 'Miss Meadows' saw a host of stars arriving at the theatre, including the star, Katie Holmes, who is also known for her work on 'Dawson's Creek' and 'Batman Begins'.
Katie Holmes looked super casual with her hair in loose waves, and a leather jacket over a snug, turtleneck sweater teamed with simple blue jeans as she arrived outside the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York ahead of her appearance on 'The Late Show With David Letterman'.
The former one half of TomKat has spoken to People magazine about her high profile divorce and life as a single mother.
It’s hard to believe that just over two years ago Katie Holmes was one half of the world’s most famous couple, TomKat. But since the end of her five year marriage to Tom Cruise in 2012, Katie has been focusing on her acting career and raising her eight year old daughter, Suri. Still the 35 year old often has a hard time escaping the shadow of her former marriage.
Holmes has been speaking about her divorce from Tom Cruise
Speaking to People magazine Katie, who starred in The Giver this summer, said of her divorce from Cruise, “I don't want that moment in my life to define me, to be who I am.” Before adding, ”I don't want that to be what I'm known as. I was an actor before, an actor during and an actor now.”
The 35 year-old actress will reprise her role as the former First Lady in the follow up to the 2011 original miniseries 'The Kennedys.'
Katie Holmes will have the honour of portraying a former First Lady for the second time in her acting career, the 35 year-old actress will reprise her role as Jackie Kennedy Onassis in the forthcoming Reelz Channel miniseries 'The Kennedys: After Camelot.'
Holmes will portray Jackie O for a second time
In 2011, Holmes played Jackie in the original eight-part miniseries, titled 'The Kennedys,' starring alongside Greg Kinnear, Barry Pepper and Tom Wilkinson. The 'After Camelot' series will be feature four one-hour episodes, and is expected to premiere in 2016.
Rosamund Pike and David Tennant strike a pose on the red carpet in London, as Elle Fanning takes Los Angeles by storm and Antonio Banderas returns home to Spain. Trailers tease with glimpses of Camp X-ray, Days and Nights, The Woman in Black 2 and Nativity 3...
At the premiere of the new British comedy What We Did on Our Holiday in London this week, David Tennant strolled the red carpet in a kilt while Rosamund Pike looked stunning in a lacy black dress that only barely concealed her baby bump. She's also been out promoting her upcoming blockbuster Gone Girl. Browse our Rosamund Pike and David Tennant photos at the 'What We Did on Our Holiday' premiere on Monday 22nd September 2014. Read our 'What We Did on Our Holiday' review.
Meanwhile in Los Angeles, The Boxtrolls held a family-friendly premiere at which Elle Fanning surprised fans with a new brunette hairdo. She was accompanied by costars Ben Kingsley and Nick Frost, plus Ian Ziering, Kathryn Hahn, Molly Ringwold and Garcelle Beauvais, who were accompanied by their families. View our photos from the premiere of 'The Boxtrolls' - Sunday 21st September 2014. Read our 'The Boxtrolls' review.
The 35 year-old actress will direct and star in a film adaptation of the debut novel by Annie Weatherwax.
Talented actress Katie Holmes is embarking on a new project that will be different to anything she has done before. For the first time ever, the 35 year-old star will be taking on a major role behind the camera, and become a director.
Holmes will direct the film adaptation of 'All We Had'
Holmes has signed on to star and direct in the movie adaptation of the novel 'All We Had,' according The Hollywood Reporter. The debut novel by Annie Weatherwax, which came out last month, follows a mother and her 13 year-old daughter living on the edge of poverty, who eventually find an unlikely home in a small rural American town.
The 35 year-old actress's career is currently experiencing a resurgence.
Katie Holmes' movie career took a step back after giving birth to her and Tom Cruise's daughter Suri in 2006, but now the 35 year-old actress is back on track, and seems to be busier than ever, showing why she should be considered one of Hollywood's lading actresses.
Holmes' career is currently experiencing a resurgence
Holmes, who divorced the 52 year-old actor two years ago, recently opened up about her younger acting days, motherhood and her recent career resurgence in the fall issue of DuJour magazine, of which she features on the front cover of.
Jeff Bridges and his wife of 37 years Susan Geston made their way to the New York premiere of 'The Giver' held at the Ziegfeld Theater alongside Jeff's co-stars in the movie Taylor Swift, Katie Holmes, Brenton Thwaites, Odeya Rush and Cameron Monaghan. Victoria's Secret model Lindsay Ellingson was also seen at the event.
Country-pop star Taylor Swift greets fans and photographers as she arrives at the Zeigfeld Theater for the New York premiere of 'The Giver' in which she stars as Rosemary. The teen fantasy marks her third venture into film acting after 2010's 'Valentine's Day' and 2012's 'The Lorax'.
The stars of 'The Giver' were snapped on the red carpet at the New York premiere of the movie at the Zeigfeld Theater. They were Meryl Streep with her daughter Grace Gummer, Brenton Thwaites, Katie Holmes, Odeya Rush and Cameron Monaghan.
Post-divorce, Holmes is focusing on her daughter and taking her career one day at a time.
Actress Katie Holmes has kept a low-profile since her divorce from Tom Cruies in 2012, but recently, she came out with an interview, where she talked – briefly – about the relationship and her life since. On Wednesday, Holmes stopped by Today to talk about her role in the upcoming movie The Giver and her daughter, Suri Cruise.
These days, Holmes takes her life and career "one day at a time."
"I'm a risk-taker," Holmes told Matt Lauer of her life as a self-described artist. "I love adventures and new things."
Continue reading: Katie Holmes On Life After Divorce, Her Career And Parenting
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The film also stars Tatiana Maslany, Daniel Brühl, Charles Dance and Max Irons and tells the true story of a women attepting to reclaim her heritage and identity, while seeking justice for what happened to her family during The Second World War.
Helen Mirren plays Jewish refugee Maria Altmann who went up against the Austrian government in order to take back a series of Gustav Klimt paintings that had been stolen from her family by the Nazis. Reynolds has taken on the role of Maria's lawyer, Randy Schoenberg, who fights the case for her although he knows little about art.
Even though her divorce from Tom Cruise was almost two years ago, the 35 year-old actor doesn't have time for dating because she is happily "focused on motherhood and work right now.
Katie Holmes is a proud mother! It has been almost two years since the 35 year-old star went through a well-publicized divorce with Tom Cruise, but she has not being able to find a new man.
However, this isn't something that concerns Holmes as she is happily "focused on motherhood and work right now."
Holmes is the mother to one daughter, Suri, whom she shares with Cruise.
Fashion's finest waltzed down the red carpet at last night's Met Gala, but did everybody get it right?
Fashion’s biggest annual event took place last night. The Met Gala 2014 is probably the glitziest event of the year, Oscars included, and gives the celebs the chance to really go to town with their attire. Last night’s do was no different, with the world’s top fashion houses grabbing the opportunity to deck out a celeb in their latest designs. So, who wore what?
'Noah' star Emma Watson, 'Taken' actress Maggie Grace and Katie Holmes from 'Dawson's Creek' were spotted supporting new drama 'Boulevard' as they arrived alongside the cast and crew at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere in New York.
It was a glamorous occasion for female celebrities at the Tiffany & Co 2014 Blue Book Gala held at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. 'Homefront' actress Kate Bosworth arrived with her husband Michael Polish and stole the show in a gorgeous pale pink frock teamed with red lipstick and her blonde locks swept to the side.
Tom Cruise has settled his case against Bauer Publishing.
Tom Cruise Promoting 'Oblivion'
At lot has been written about Cruise in recent years - some probably true, and some untrue - but going to press with a story about him forgetting about his daughter was always pretty stupid.
Continue reading: Tom Cruise Settles $50 Million Lawsuit Against Bauer Publishing
Tom Cruise has confirmed Katie Holmes left their marriage in order "to protect Suri from Scientology." The 'Mission Impossible' actor admitted he did not see his for over a hundred days after his split from Holmes in 2012.
Tom Cruise admitted his interest in Scientology was partly reponsible for his divorce.
Cruise admitted the reason for the breakdown of his relationship - namely Holmes' wish to protect her child from the influences of Scientologists. Cruise is a prominent member of the mysterious organisation and Holmes, at the time of their marriage, was also involved in the so-called cult.
Continue reading: Katie Holmes Left Tom Cruise "To Protect Suri From Scientology"
The actor argues that he has not deserted his daughter Suri.
Tom Cruise is suing magazine publisher Bauer for £31 million after stories that he had abandoned his 7 year-old daughter Suri following his divorce from Katie Holmes were published in two titles last year. The pieces in Life & Style and In Touch claimed that Cruise's hectic movie schedule prevented him from being a constant presence in Suri's life.
Claims That Tom Cruise Has Abandoned Suri Branded As "Vicious Lies."
Actors Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes divorced last year after six years of marriage. Katie gained primary custody whilst Cruise was given visitation rights. However, Cruise claims in court documents, via The Express, that he sees his daughter as often as it is possible. Cruise admits that he is "a professional actor in motion pictures" whose job involves "extended periods of time in various parts of the world."
The actor is suing the publisher of 'Life & Style' and 'In Touch' magazine for claiming that he is a poor father
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' divorce will no doubt have put considerable strain on their young daughter Suri and the relationship she has with her parents, prompting some to ponder what role Tom may have in his daughter's life now she spends the bulk of her time living in New York with her mother.
Tom vehemently denies the accusations of poor parenting
Two publications, Life & Style and In Touch, have since gone on record to claim that, following their June 2012 divorce, Tom has all but cut his daughter out of his life, the same way he has been forced to cut ties with his ex-wife. Needless to say, Tom wasn't remotely happy with their supposed view on his parenting skills.
'Dawson's Creek' star Katie Holmes was among the stars to arrive for the Michael Kors Spring/ Summer 2014 collection fashion show during the Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week. She is snapped posing on the red carpet inside the MBFW tent wearing a loose green sweater and a pretty, long, flowery skirt.
'Dawson's Creek' star Katie Holmes looks cheery and carefree as she strides to her car accompanied by her team after leaving the set of the film 'Mania Days' in New York City. On the set, the film crew joke with the paparazzi, aiming their own cameras at them and asking them to 'strike a pose'.
It was a star-studded (emphasis on 'studded') affair at the punk-themed MET Costume Gala on Monday (May 6th 2013). Among those spotted leaving their hotel in New York City were 'Django Unchained' star Christoph Waltz, model Cara Delvingne, who bravely wore a very spikey dress with a scarily plunging neckline, and 'Bridget Jones's Diary' star Renee Zellweger.
'Dawson's Creek' star Katie Holmes takes up several red carpeted stairs with the long train of her white, halter-neck gown designed by Francisco Costa. She has to have an assistant to help her lift the material from under her feet as she is photographed going up the stairs at the Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum Of Art in New York.
Tom Cruise helped Suri celebrate her birthday with cupcakes.
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' little girl Suri celebrated her 7th birthday this week, with her movie star father throwing her a pretty tasty sounding party. It's been a busy year for Suri having started first grade school, though she's been in high spirits in recent weeks and was snapped attending an Easter party in New York City on March 31, 2013.
On Wednesday (April 17, 2013), Cruise called into Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show to discuss his new movie 'Oblivion' though attention quickly turned to Suri's birthday celebrations. "Done already. All done. I take care of the kids early. You'll know - you have to plan ahead for these things. It's all done and all celebrated," he said. Though keeping mum on the details of the celebrations and perhaps hinting that he and Suri had a separate celebration to she and mother Katie, Tom added, "I'll eat cake, cupcakes. I eat all that stuff!"
In June last year, it was announced Holmes has filed for divorce from Cruise after five and a half years of marriage. The couple signed a divorce settlement worked out by their lawyers though mutually agreed to have Suri live with her mother. After initially being home-schooled, the 7-year-old now attends the Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City.
Continue reading: Tom Cruise Reveals Suri's 7th Birthday Celebrations (Involves Cupcakes)
Katie Holmes will NOT be appearing at the forthcoming New York Fashion Week, Womens Wear Daily have confirmed. It wasn’t deemed headline news by WWD, who shoe-horned the news in with a short piece about Selena Gomez planning to sit on the front row of the teen-curated Adidas NEO show.
Huffington Post picked up on the news though and started to speculate over why the former Mrs Tom Cruise would be absent from the pivotal fashion event. Huffington Post that Holmes may simply just be too busy to take time out for the fashion show. She’s only recently finished her Broadway show, Dead Accounts, which – unfortunately for Katie – finished early because of low ticket sales. She also recently signed on as the face of Alterna Haircare (she’s also co-owner of the brand so will be busy promoting that). And let’s not forget she’ll be busy looking after her six year old daughter Suri.
However, the absence of the latest Holmes & Yang fashion collection could have something to do with the lukewarm reception that it has received. In the war of celebrity collections, Holmes found hers pitted against the Olsen twins’ far more successful range, whilst hers was met with a tepid response.
Continue reading: No-Show: Katie Holmes Will NOT Be At New York Fashion Week
Tom Cruise just can’t catch a break these days.
Perhaps it’s the actor’s international fame, coupled with his Scientologist beliefs and kooky behavior at times, which turn him into such an easy target, but whatever the cause, there’s no doubt that the Jack Reacher actor has faced his fair share of controversy over the past years. This latest dose comes in the form of a book, aimed at Scientology in Hollywood, entitled Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief, penned by Pulitzer-winning writer Lawrence Wright. In the book, Wright exposes what he claims is the truth behind Cruise’s now broken marriage with Katie Holmes. The author claims that the union followed a casting call for young, beautiful A-list actresses, who thought they were auditioning for a part in the Mission Impossible franchise, but were instead being screened for the role of Cruise’s newest squeeze.
The expose, outlined in Us Weekly, also talks about Cruise’s failed relationship with actress Nazanin Boniadi and the influence that Scientology had on the breakup and on Boniadi afterwards. And to wrap up the increasingly disturbing rumours of arranged marriages, casting calls for girlfriends and feverish political ambitions, the book goes on to talk about Cruise’s supposed presidential dreams. At one point, the actor is quoted as saying: "If f--ing Arnold can be governor, I could be president." A lawyer for the actor denied the exchange ever took place or that Cruise has any political aspirations. Whether or not anything in the book is true, this might make a sizeable dent in the actor’s already shaky reputation.
Kim and Kanye Have Kompany! It's the news we were all 'kind of' expecting, but Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have finally announced they are to have their first child together. Great news for the A-list couple, but why do the Californian courts presume Kris Humphries is the father?
No More Mr Nice It looks as though Justin Bieber has had just about enough of the paparazzi in California. After the sad news that one photographer was killed after dangerously trying to obtain snaps of the young singer, Bieber has called on the government to clamp down on high speed car chases between celebrities and the paparazzi.
Katie Holmes and Jake Gyllenhaal dating? Not according to Gossip Cop. The Metro may have reported that the two actors had started up a romance (based on a story from Grazia) but a representative for Katie Holmes has reportedly told the folk over at Gossip Cop that it simply isn’t true. For a fleeting moment, it looked as though the Donnie Darko star and the woman who recently escaped her marriage to Tom Cruise and got a speedy divorce could be the hottest new Hollywood couple. It’s “not at all true” though, apparently, according to the rep. And a source that knows Gyllenhaal also dismissed the idea, saying that it’s a “complete fabrication.”
Supposedly, Katie and Jake were introduced by Katie’s former Dawson’s Creek star Joshua Jackson . It’s been reported that Jake went to see Katie in her Broadway play Dead Accounts and that she’s been to his place for dinner. Of course, all of these things may well be true but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re dating. So it looks as though that rumour has been sunk before it even set sail.
Meanwhile, Katie’s ex, Tom Cruise is said to be dating a restaurant manager named Cynthia Jorge, according to The Daily Mail, suggesting that he has found it a little easier to move on from their very public marital split than Katie has.
What does a divorcee do with her free time exactly? Katie Holmes will have to think about that pretty soon, as her play (well, the one she’s starring in anyway) Dead Accounts is about to close on Broadway, six weeks ahead of schedule.
Apparently, the play wasn’t exactly pulling in the crows, and consistently filled less than 50% of the seats, despite a pretty unanimous thumbs up from critics too. At the end of its run, the play will have gone through 27 previews and 44 performances, which sounds pretty good to us, to be honest. Apparently, producer Jeffrey Finn isn’t one to complain either. "I am extremely proud of this production and the cast," he said in a statement to BroadwayWorld.com. "Theresa Rebeck and Jack O'Brien have created an inspiring and hilarious new play and we are all sad to see Dead Accounts end on Broadway. I look forward to working with this remarkably talented cast and creative team again very soon." Well, as long as there are no hard feelings.
If, by chance you want to see the play before it closes, you will still be able to for a few weeks. Dead Accounts doesn’t close until January 26. Hopefully by then, Katie will have another project or two lined up, and wont have to rely on that alimony check too much.
Katie Holmes is currently in the midst of her first acting gig since splitting up from Tom Cruise this summer, but apparently it is underwhelming, to say the least – Dead Accounts is going to cancelled seven weeks ahead of schedule.
The show, has had the lowest attendance rate on Broadway in the last week with just 31% of its seats filled, according to the New York Times. It is also raking in 25% under its expected profits and there is simply no going around the fact that Dead Accounts just isn’t performing as expected (if you’ll pardon the pun). No wonder then, that the play will be closing on January 6, instead of February 24, as planned.
According to Broadwayworld.com, the show’s producer, Jeffrey Finn, is happy with its run anyway. "I am extremely proud of this production and the cast. Theresa Rebeck and Jack O'Brien have created an inspiring and hilarious new play and we are all sad to see Dead Accounts end on Broadway. I look forward to working with this remarkably talented cast and creative team again very soon."
Rounding off a difficult year, which also included the finalisation of her divorce with Tom Cruise, sees Katie Holmes latest show on Broadway close 2 months early.
As the New York Times reports, 'Dead Accounts' lies dead in the water as the five person play has flopped with both critics and audiences. Despite the A-List celebrity as one of its leads when something isn't making enough money, there are few ways around it. "For the week ending Dec. 23, it made just under 25 per cent of its potential gross at the Music Box" - clearly it had to close.
Dead Accounts is the comic story of a 'prodigal son' returning home and the ways he is received by the different members of his family. Written by Theresa Rebeck, apparently most critics are putting this disaster down to the script rather than the performances and NY Daily News said "[Holmes] throws herself gamely into her second Broadway show... [but her] efforts add up to zilch."
Continue reading: Katie Holmes' Broadway Show Closing 2 Months Early To Poor Sales
'Dawson's Creek' star Katie Holmes arrives in her car outside the New York studios where she is set to appear on 'The Late Show with David Letterman'. It takes more than a minute for her to emerge from the vehicle and a member of her entourage is seen talking to her before she comes out.
David Letterman has been opening up recently, sitting on the other side of the desk and being grilled himself for a change, but tonight the Universe retains order once again as he is back on duty for this week's Late Show with David Letterman.
Joining David in the studio this week will be another person who many will want to see being probed to the fullest extent: Katie Holmes. Holmes dropped by to promote her current Broadway show Dead Accounts, but people will be tuning in not to see what she has to say about her new role, but rather what David can get out of her relating to Tom Cruise.
Last week, Letterman played the interviewee for a change, appearing on Charlie Rose's This Morning on CBS, giving an insightful look into his life, one which has been ravaged by depression for years now. Letterman revealed that he started his bout with depression decades ago, taking medication to combat the problem at first, until he stopped the drugs when he came down with a case of shingles. He told Rose of his mental disorder, “It’s different than feeling sad. It’s different than feeling blue. It’s really like a friend of mine says, it’s the world with 20/20 vision.”
Continue reading: Katie Holmes To Pay David Letterman A Visit For Tonight's Show
There is perhaps nothing worse than forgetting lines as an actor. When it happens in front of a single camera show, or on a movie set, you can brush off the initial embarrassment and stick them on the bloopers real. When it's on Broadway, it's very much real.
Katie Holme's Broadway performances in "Dead Accounts," have been going by without much ado. They're solid departures from the world of movies, and seem to represent some sort of artistic integrity, until you forget your lines in front of a live audience, that is. "A couple weeks ago I had the moment that I've been dreading," Holmes, 34, told Letterman. "I have this kind of big speech in the second act, and it's pretty important because it kind of goes along with the theme of the show. I said the first line -- and I'm looking at Judy Greer and I'm supposed to be angry at her -- and then the second line I didn't remember. And I didn't remember the third one. I just looked at her like, ah!" she added, trying to replicate Greer's face back at her, which was a mixture of horror and bemusement. "Obviously, I know what the point of it is. So, I kind of made my way there," said Holmes, as she talked us through the adlibbing process, which sounds hard.
The play has been received fairly badly by the critics, but Holmes's reputation remains intact, with a string of 'careful' performances. According to The Guardian, "The play does address the ethics of modern life, in which, as Lorna says, we use religion and money as a panacea to 'plug up the hole in our hearts because we're so afraid of dying'. And yet, Rebeck's play suggests other, better panaceas such as companionship, honesty ... oak trees. Strange that a play that cries out for the real should come across as so very stagey."
Katie Holmes feasted on cakes and eggs for her birthday breakfast meal only a day after taking daughter Suri out cake decorating.
The 'Dawson's Creek' star and her 6-year-old daughter hit bakery and bistro Sugar and Plumm in the Upper West Side of Manhattan on Tuesday (December 18th 2012) to celebrate her 34th birthday. She reportedly ate pancakes and eggs benedict and was presented with a custom made cake by pastry chef Pichet Ong. This isn't the first time the actress has been spotted enjoying cakes. It was only Monday (December 17th) when she was seen taking Suri and a group of her school friends out to go cake decorating at New York's Georgetown Cupcake 'holiday cupcake decoration workshop' according to a source in Us Weekly who also mentioned, 'The kids got messy!'
They obviously couldn't get enough of the fun as they had also attended the same workshop on December 9th. The kids were allowed to take what they had made home with them and Katie took hers to share with the cast of her new Broadway comedy show 'Dead Accounts'. The company were happy to have the mother and daughter become their latest celebrity fans and took to Twitter to comment on their excitement: 'So much fun having Katie, Suri and friends for cupcake decorating at Georgetown Cupcake'.
Katie Holmes and Blake Lively were in danger of stealing the limelight from the host of rockers performing at last night’s Concert For Sandy Relief at New York’s Madison Square Garden (December 12, 2012). Even Kanye West turning up in a skirt couldn’t upstage these two glamour-pusses, who were all a-shimmer for the big event.
Holmes may be a recent divorcee at 33 and Lively a newlywed at 25, but the pair of them looked equally happy last night. Katie chose to wear a figure-hugging purple dress with velvet panels, designed by Tom Ford, suiting her own classic style down to the ground (well, down to the knees anyway). US Magazine have pictured Tom Cruise’s ex looking relaxed at the charity concert, which featured The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney & Nirvana and Bruce Springsteen, among others and she wore her hair loose, neatly accessorised with black pointy heels. Blake went for a studded red leather mini-dress, designed by Isabel Marant and nude caged ankle boots, designed by Christian Louboutin.
Blake, who recently married Ryan Reynolds, has been keeping a low profile of late, though she and her new husband had been spotted enjoying a break in Paris at the start of this month. Both Katie and Blake were looking stunning last night; they almost put some of the musicians to shame when it came to grabbing the limelight.
'Dawson's Creek' star Katie Holmes is snapped by paparazzi getting out of a car on her arrival at the Music Box Theater in New York City where she was to star in the Broadway dark comedy show 'Dead Accounts' on its opening night.
Katie Holmes' new black comedy Dead Accounts had its official opening at Broadway's Music Box Theatre on Thursday (November 29, 2012). Tony Award winner Jack O'Brien (Hairspray) directs the Cincinnati-set play that began previews on November 5.
It represents Holmes' first major week since her acrimonious split from husband Tom Cruise, though she appeared a picture of happiness at the premiere photo-call in New York. Wearing an oriental-inspired Bottega Veneta floral blouse, the actress stepped out after the performance looking decidedly happy with her evenings work. The performance actually received mixed reviews from critics. The New York Times said, "Dead Accounts is, I think, meant to be about the inflation of the superficial in a materialistic society, and the attendant, unsatisfied craving for belief. ... But the play never follows through convincingly on any of its ideas," while the Associated Press said, "Holmes relies too much on a whiny teenage angst and a guilelessness that worked on TV but lacks nuance onstage. That said, she does generate two of the biggest cheers in the play." The Los Angeles Times commended Holmes for being "charming" and "natural." The play is written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Theresa Rebeck, the creator of the NBC musical series 'Smash.'
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Gossip websites reacted with shock today when Hollywood star Katie Holmes was spotted getting from A to B on the New York underground.
'What?!' I hear you cry over the din of several thousand jaws hitting the ground in horror. Yep, the one and only Katie Holmes from 'Dawson's Creek' was forced to go incognito as she braved the busy method of public transport in a plain cream sweater, blue jeans and sunglasses.
Okay, so it's not exactly breaking news, nor is it really a scandal. Though it does make one speculate about how much was left to Holmes following her spectacular divorce from movie legend Tom Cruise; using public transport either suggests she's broke and can't afford a chauffeur, or that she's becoming super eco-friendly. or that it's probably quicker to get around the city on a train than in a car on those busy streets. Either way, it's a great normalization of celebrities as she becomes the latest in a string of stars to take to the subway. Jake Gyllenhaal, Jay Z, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Alba, Hugh Jackman, Lindsay Lohan and Bradley Cooper have all been seen on the Non-Celebrity Express which kind of suggests that the underground locomotive is the new stretched limo.
Jack Sadelstein loves his family. He loves his wife, Erin and he loves his two children, Sofia and Gary. But the one family member he truly hates is his sister, Jill. Which is why Jack dreads Thanksgiving every year; it's the one time of the year where Jill travels up to see him to stay for a few days.
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Shy, artistic 8-year-old Sally (Madison) moves across the country to live with her architect dad Alex (Pearce) and his designer girlfriend Kim (Holmes) in a massive old Rhode Island mansion. But she soon starts hearing strange noises, and after discovering a boarded-up basement studio, things start getting a bit freaky. But how can she convince her sceptical father and the stepmum she doesn't trust that there's something in the house that wants to tear the family apart? Even after the handyman (Thompson) is attacked, Alex continues his renovations so he can lure a buyer (Dale).
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Lila and Laura were best friends through college, they were always close and their extended set of friends were almost as close as they were. Named 'The Romantics' by other college mates for their almost incestuous dating history the group of seven reunite for the marriage of Lila and Tom. Lila and Laura have both got their history with the groomsman and seeing Laura again appears to have flustered the groom and begins to question his feelings for both women.
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Why? Well, besides star Aaron Eckhart's flawlessly sumptuous performance as Naylor, I'll just quote a line from Naylor himself: "The beauty of argument is that if you argue correctly, you're never wrong." In the end, Nick Naylor is not just right; he's unquestionably the most passionate, most seductive man on the screen, and everyone else just looks limp and dull beside him.
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The question driving Abandon is who abandoned who? Did charismatic but manipulative Embry (Charlie Hunnam) leave his clingy college sweetheart, Katie (Katie Holmes, who probably would get confused if she and her character didn't share a first name), or is it the other way around? And is Embry alive and kicking on a European jaunt, or dead, as a sleazy, washed-up detective (Benjamin Bratt) believes but can't prove?
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The latest from Sam Raimi (For Love of the Game) is a muddled thriller, filled with tired clichés and some of the worst casting in years. Raimi, along with screenwriters Billy Bob Thornton and Tom Epperson, try so hard to create a "serious" psychic chiller that the film is practically drained of any excitement.
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Set in an absurd, patronizing fantasy world in which flag-waving citizens line the streets to see the president's kid off to college and angry political protesters share the red-carpet sidelines at black-tie events with shallow reporters asking stupid questions, "First Daughter" could well be the most hackneyed and insipid movie of 2004.
Failing to achieve even the shrug-worth mediocrity of January's similarly plotted "Chasing Liberty" (with Mandy Moore), this gimmick-driven disaster drags star Katie Holmes down with it as Samantha Mackenzie, the sheltered, personality-free offspring of a controversial commander-in-chief (an unconvincing, completely vanilla Michael Keaton), who falls in love with a cute Secret Service agent (an even blander Marc Blucas) posing as a student in her dorm.
Although introduced in the manner of a fairytale, the film's rampant lack of authenticity is simply insurmountable. Samantha's bodyguards constantly hover three feet behind her -- even in class and while she's alone in the dorm's TV room. The girl is never once shown doing anything that even remotely resembles studying, yet as she's egged on by a soundtrack of flutes and twinkling triangles, she proclaims her determination to have a normal coed experience. In pursuit of it, she sneaks out on dates with that charming classmate she doesn't know is an undercover agent -- that is until he blows his secret identity by rescuing her during one of many security breaches so impossibly contrived that the Secret Service should sue 20th Century Fox for defamation of character.
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