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Katie Holmes plays a bloodthirsty - but tasteful! - vigilante in 'Miss Meadows.'
Give Jimmy Fallon an iPad and he instantly has an idea for a game. This time, Katie Holmes runs the gauntlet in 'Photo Booth.'
Despite only being 34, Katie Holmes reportedly wants to play the 'Mrs. Robinson-type' Elena Lincoln in the Fifty Shades of Grey movie.
Vanity Fair is still milking the Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes divorce for all the ink it's worth, and recently put online <a href="http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2012/10/katie-holmes-divorce-scientology" target="_blank">their epic, 8,000-word piece</a> on a woman who was once chosen as Tom Cruise's next girlfriend, made to break up with her fiancee, and generally shuffled around the world and made to do weird sh*t by an army of Xenu-fearing acolytes.
Sad news you guys: <a href="http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20608003,00.html">Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are splitting up</a>.
How I Met Your Mother (CBS) -- Katie Holmes guest stars as the show's infamous "Slutty Pumpkin.
Last we heard about Channing Tatum’s upcoming The Son of No One, it was met with <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/01/channing-tatum-has-a-bomb-mustache">crappy reviews at Sundance</a>, but that wasn’t going to stop our good friend C-Tates from becoming the hardest twerkin’ playa in da Hollyweird game.
The first time I saw the trailer for Jack And Jill -- a movie in which Adam Sandler plays a Los Angeles man AND his obnoxious sister from the Bronx, co-starring Al Pacino, Katie Holmes, Dana Carvey, Regis Philbin and Shaquille O'Neal -- I thought it was a joke.
The news today for Tom Cruise’s latest project, Rock of Ages, is that Saturday Night Live’s <a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/rock-ages-movie-casts-will-209970">Will Forte is joining the cast</a> of this Broadway-to-big-screen musical adaptation.
The embattled miniseries "The Kennedys" will air on ReelzChannel (for reelz) next month, and the upstart cable channel has released a new trailer that doesn't give the series any new meaning to me (video below).
Earlier this week, Starz and FX <a href="http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/starz-fx-pass-kennedys-miniseries-70241" target="_blank">both passed</a> on picking up "The Kennedys," the eight-part miniseries that History <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2011/01/history-cancels-kennedys" target="_self">dropped from its schedule</a> because it "wasn't the right fit.
Back in November, angelic unicorn whisperer Anne Hathaway hosted Saturday Night Live and the result was an episode that wasn’t necessarily terrible.
The History Channel is making its first foray into scripted television with "The Kennedys," an eight-part miniseries starring Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes that <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/04/kinnear-to-play-jfk-katie-holmes-as-jackie-in-kennedy-miniseries" target="_self">may or may not be a right-wing hatchet job</a>.
The History Channel (I have a problem calling it just "History") has cast the main roles in its controversial 8-part scripted miniseries about the Kennedy administration, with Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes set to star as the assassinated president and his glamorous Guinevere.
Tom Kapinos, the writer and executive producer for "Californication" who cut his teeth as a show runner on "Dawson's Creek" a decade ago, opened up about the horrible experience of working on the hit that propelled Joshua Jackson, Katie Holmes, and Michelle Williams to stardom and James Van Der Beek to one role in a movie by MTV Films.