Vertical Entertainment has released a red band trailer for Anthony Burns's upcoming dramatic comedy Home Sweet Hell. Katherine Heigl, Patrick Wilson, Jordana Brewster, Kevin McKidd and James Belushi star in the project, which is set to hit theaters spring next year.
In this sexy dark-comedy, Don Champagne (Patrick Wilson) has a gorgeous house, beautiful children, a successful business and a domineering, misguided, delusional wife (Katherine Heigl). And when she learns of his seductive new hire Dusty (Jordana Brewster) she will stop at nothing to maintain order as chaos begins to seep into her perfect world and destroy everything she holds dear.Read More
Katherine Heigl has boarded Mary Agnes Donoghue's upcoming indie comedy Jenny's Wedding. Tom Wilkinson, Linda Emond and Grace Gummer will be co-starring.
The story centers on Jenny (Katherine Heigl), who causes a rift in her closely knit family when she decides to get married. Her parents (Tom Wilkinson and Linda Emond) disagree with her choice in a mate and it tears the family apart. The newlyweds must reinvent themselves to win the approval of her parents.Read More
"No nuts, no glory." This January, go nuts for Open Road's new animated film, The Nut Job! Take a look at the brand new teaser trailer that debuted today. With an all-star cast, including Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph, this is one nutty heist you don't want to miss!
The Nut Job is an action-packed comedy that follows the travails of Surly (voiced by Will Arnett), a mischievous squirrel, and his rat friend Buddy, who plan a nut store heist of outrageous proportions and unwittingly find themselves embroiled in a much more complicated and hilarious adventure.Read More
On Tuesday, August 13, Lionsgate Home Entertainment released the star-studded The Big Wedding on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download. In support of the release, we have an exclusive clip from the bonus features including stars such as Robert De Niro, Susan Sarandon, Ben Barnes and Katherine Heigl discussing their experience on set.
When long divorced Don and Ellie are forced to reunite to play the happy couple for their adopted son's wedding weekend, anything can happen. After learning his biological mother is unexpectedly flying halfway across the world for the event, the duo must work together to convince her they are still happily married, much to the amusement of their adult children and friends.Read More
Katherine Heigl and Clive Owen are teaming up for the conspiracy thriller Survivor.
The Raven and Ninja Assassin director James McTeigue is taking the helm of this story, which finds an American woman working for the U.S. State Department in London. An office bombing leaves her the sole survivor, and she is soon caught up in a conspiracy plot that forces her to become a fugitive. She only has until New Year's Eve to clear her name and stop another attack from happening.Read More
Katherine Heigl and Patrick Wilson have signed on to star in North of Hell for Darko Entertainment and director Anthony Burns (Skateland).
The story centers on Don Champagne (Patrick Wilson), a successful businessman who seems to be living the good life. What most don't know, however, is his domineering wife (Katherine Heigl) viciously controls every aspect of his well-being.Read More
Katherine Heigl has inked a deal to star in Ben Lewin's romantic drama A Moment to Remember.
The film, inspired by a Japanese TV show called "Pure Soul," centers on a fashion designer who contracts a disease that makes her memories fade away. After discovering the illness, her husband sets out to provide her with one last memory of love. The story was later adapted for Korean cinema.Read More
Actress Katherine Heigl is set to venture into genre territory, signing on for the upcoming thriller Face Blind.
Katherine Heigl will star as a psychologist who suffers from a puzzling disorder where she can't tell people apart by their faces. A man who terrorized one of her patients starts to target the shrink, and when she can't recognize him, her husband thinks she's losing her mind. The project is described as being in the same vein as The Others.Read More