Check out this peak at Monday’s episode of How I Met Your Mother where Katie appears as “The Slutty Pumpkin” (or as we learn here Naomi)
Plus here is another one I found!
Katie talks with Marie Claire on the set of her cover shoot with them!
Here is a movie I have been looking forward to and am so glad that there is a new trailer!
The mystery has been solved: Katie Holmes was cheating on her hair stylist! Well, in a movie, that is. Tuesday night, the actress revealed The Decision, a short film she shot for John Frieda’s new Precision Foam Colour, which was teased online last week. In the four-minute flick, Holmes plays Joan Hudson, an American movie star who’s gone missing, and reportedly split from her colorist beau. As she tries to flee by airplane, she’s stopped by security, and when her bag is searched, boxes of the foam are found. John Frieda stylist Harry Josh, who coiffed Holmes’s hair for the movie and Tuesday’s premiere, says the actress was excited to do the promotion. “She said it was a really fun project,” he told PEOPLE. “She told me she was attracted to the whole short-film concept.” For The Decision, Josh said he “structured” her hair. “It was very dramatic … very clean,” he explained. So for the premiere, held at New York City club Lavo, he took it to the other extreme. “We did something incredibly soft, loose, natural and totally easy. We wanted it casual, just to throw the whole thing off.” Tricky! Learn more about The Decision at facebook.com/whatsinthebag.
Channing Tatum’s past is coming back to haunt him in Son of No One…and it’s starting to stress Katie Holmes out.
The drama, also starring Oscar-winner Al Pacino, is premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, is a gripping story of a young cop (Tatum) facing down the fact that a murder he got away with years ago may be exposed.
Channing is clearly feeling the pressure as a nosy reporter (Juliette Binoche) tries to get to the bottom of what happened—nothing like punching a locker to get your frustration out. But lucky for him, Pacino’s on his side, working overtime to keep things secret.
It’s great seeing Pacino in the classic tough-guy cop role he does so well. But the spookiest is by far Holmes as Tatum’s wife, answering late-night calls from mysterious voices that are threatening her family.