Jason O’Mara and Katherine Heigl improvised one of the funnier scenes in One for the Money, where Morelli goes rooting through Stephanie’s junk food. Find out what else was on-the-spot in our interview with Jason. More
Topic: Katherine Heigl
Daniel Sunjata was a good sport in answering our question about the One for the Money love triangle seriously: “I know that girls like the bad boy in theory, but in reality, you want the guy who’s going to really be there when you need him to.” More
You fuck with Suri, you fuck with you and you don’t want to fuck with you. More
Gary Marshall‘s new celebrity montage movie New Year’s Eve is basically an extended infomercial for Mike Bloomberg‘s Times Square. The movie contains more celebrities than Jason Sudeikis‘ bed during SNL‘s off season.
But should you hate watch this movie or skip it? Check out today’s Chick Flick Check List to find out.
Katherine Heigl is mixing the medical plotlines of Grey’s Anatomy with the possible-franchise status of One for the Money for her newest role, as a forensic psychiatrist in the novel-to-movie Kill Switch. And it turns out the book was written by two former executive producers of Law & Order: SVU. Could the plots be as outlandish as on the show? (Fingers crossed!) More
For someone so rich, Beyoncé sure was a cheapskate when she bought her fake pregnancy belly. The thing deflated when she did something so simple as sit down for an interview! (Also, in .gif form.) Whether Bey was faking it until her surrogate popped out a baby or what, she really should’ve gone the movie route and invested in a reliable fake belly. Consider the faux-baby bumps in our gallery—these have survived the slapstick of rom-coms and fight sequences in epic fantasy films. They could’ve made it through an eleven-minute interview. More
Last week, we celebrated the arrival of fall by comparing celebrities to seasonal Starbucks beverages. This week, we’re celebrating the arrival of October– and Halloween season!– by comparing celebrities to Halloween candy. Who’s a 3 Musketeers bar? Who’s candy corn? Who’s the highly-regarded Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup? Read on to find out! More
Three things we learned, and three things we already knew about New Year’s Eve. More
Katherine Heigl‘s Jersey accent is grating and her hair is huge, but somehow it all works. More
The last time Katherine Heigl was actually funny and approachable was in 27 Dresses; despite the comedies she’s churned out since then, she comes off as cold and stiff on-screen. So it’s difficult to imagine her as Stephanie Plum, the hapless bounty hunter in Janet Evanovich‘s mystery books. The first poster for One for the Money – the studio is obviously hoping to follow Janet’s prolific, eighteen-book series — just isn’t that inspiring. For one, Katherine’s too pretty. More
It’s that time again: Magical movie where two people switch bodies and learn that the grass is not always greener and that they should value their own existences, no matter how uncool/directionless they are! The latest offering is The Change-Up, where family man Jason Bateman and stoner playboy Ryan Reynolds wish for each other’s lives. Drugs! Divorce! Naked Olivia Wilde! But before we get to all that, here are nine other movies (compiled by myself and our intern, Molly Horan) that use the same trope, with varying results. You may know more than a few of these, but we guarantee that you haven’t heard of Sex, Drugs, & Natalie Portman! More
To be fair, wardrobe malfunctions happen to all of us. They’re just funnier when they happen to celebrities. So what are we going to do about that? Laugh, of course. Heartily. You’ll notice that Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears are absent here; this is largely because I’m pretty convinced their numerous wardrobe malfunctions are intentional and therefore not funny. What you WILL find here, though, are 15 cases of celebrities unexpectedly doing valiant battle with their clothing. Sometimes they win; sometimes they lose; but either way, everyone can have a good laugh about it the next day. Carry on!
(Oh, also, this gallery is slightly NSFW, in case you hadn’t guessed.) More
Although the early days of Grey’s Anatomy were can’t-miss TV, the longer the show is on the air the more soapy and outrageous it gets. Among the more ridiculous plots: ghost sex, a Post-It marriage, and interns cutting each other open for fun. More
David Boreanaz is 42 today, but we’ll always remember him as the 358-year-old vampire who took Buffy’s innocence. Or the snappy FBI agent with a penchant for gambling. Or as a possible serial killer. Reminisce on Boreanaz’s willingness to play even the darkest roles with a splash of wackiness, in our birthday video gallery. More