Gallery Updates | 2016 Events

Added some additional images and some missing events to the gallery from the year 2016.


Gallery Links:
Katie Holmes Source > PUBLIC APPEARANCES > 2016

Gallery Update | Woman in Gold

In 2015 Katie co-starred in the film Woman in Gold with Ryan Reynolds and Helen Mirren. I have added some stills of her performance.

Gallery Links:
Katie Holmes Source > OUTTAKES > 2017 > 001

Katie’s Advertising Campaigns

I have added a new section to the gallery which features the Advertising Campaigns that Katie has been apart of over the years.


Gallery Links:
Katie Holmes Source > ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS

Winter TCA Press Tour Portraits

I have added some outtakes that were taken of Katie during the Winter TCA Press Tour … enjoy! She looks beautiful!

Gallery Links:
Katie Holmes Source > OUTTAKES > 2017 > 001

Build Series Presents The Kennedys: After Camelot

Last week Katie & Matthew Perry stopped by the Build Series to discuss their new mini-series The Kennedys: After Camelot and I have added pics to the site gallery.

Gallery Links:
Katie Holmes Source > 2017 > MARCH 30 | BUILD SERIES PRESENTS THE KENNEDYS: AFTER CAMELOT
Katie Holmes Source > 2017 > MARCH 30 | BUILD SERIES PRESENTS THE KENNEDYS: AFTER CAMELOT – PANEL

Katie Holmes, Matthew Perry take on ‘The Kennedys’ drama

The Boston Herald shared this interview with Katie & Matthew Perry on their new roles in The Kennedys: After Camelot.

LOS ANGELES — Katie Holmes came to “The Kennedys — After Camelot” as a veteran, having played first lady Jacqueline Kennedy in Reelz’s 2011 miniseries about the political family shadowed by tragedy. For Matthew Perry, the role of Edward Kennedy was a chance to stretch his acting muscles.

Both say “After Camelot” was as satisfying as they hoped. The four-hour drama, based on J. Randy Taraborrelli’s book, debuts 9-11 p.m. EDT Sunday on Reelz and concludes Sunday, April 9.

It follows the lives of Jackie Kennedy and those close to her after the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, which left her a widow with two young children. The killing of her brother-in-law, Robert F. Kennedy, her marriage to Greek magnate Aristotle Onassis and her 1994 death from cancer at age 64 are included.

“This goes even deeper into the inner workings of the family” than the first miniseries, Holmes said. “There’s a lot of things that are very tragic. But to me it’s very relatable to what a lot of people go through: death, raising kids, and just family dynamics.”

What doesn’t change is Jackie Kennedy’s look, which Holmes calls timeless.

“Jackie’s style has always been classic and very French. She didn’t have a lot of clothes. She just had nice clothing,” Holmes said. “She knew how to buy pieces, how to wear them. It was always appropriate, never too showy or ostentatious. That’s part of why she was so elegant and why we still do look at her style.”

U.S. Sen. Edward “Ted” Kennedy, her brother-in-law, wasn’t a fashion plate. But Perry said adopting his style and elements of his appearance was critical to portraying him as a young and older man. Kennedy died from cancer in 2009 at age 77.

“Sometimes in the same day I’d be 38 and then I’d be 67 and I’d be 43, and have to switch ages all day long,” Perry said. The wigs and facial prosthetics he donned proved “a very big helper in becoming Ted Kennedy on a daily basis.”

Suggesting Kennedy’s distinctive cadence was a challenge for Perry. But he said that was topped by the whipsawing of Kennedy’s life, including being overshadowed by his older brothers; his 1969 car crash that killed passenger Mary Jo Kopechne, and his subsequent rise to influential senior politician.

“He certainly wins the award for most improved Kennedy,” Perry said, who found satisfaction in playing him “in the screw-up years and the wonderful years.”

Holmes, with the advantage of reclaiming the role of Jackie Kennedy, added the task of directing episode three. Her other credits as director include last year’s big-screen film “All We Had.”

“It’s very freeing to have your own vision and see something from inception to completion,” she said, and rewarding to combine the talents of all involved.

How was it directing Perry? Holmes said he was “amazing” in the difficult re-enactment of the fatal accident on Massachusetts’ Chappaquiddick Island and “very patient with me.”

Perry returns the compliment: “You were great,” he said to Holmes.

The actor, who starred on the sitcom “Friends” for 10 seasons as Chandler Bing, says he tried to keep his sense of humor between taping even the darkest scenes for “After Camelot.” But the crew didn’t always respond to his wisecracks (“It was a very serious set”).

He remained true to quick-witted form when asked if he had anything to add about the drama.

“We’re currently developing it as an ice show. Katie, I know, is excited,” he said.

Katie Holmes on Playing Jackie O, a Dawson’s Creek Reunion and What’s Next

Dawson’s Creek alum Katie Holmes, 38, reprises her role as the iconic tragic first lady in Reelz’s second series about the famed family in The Kennedys: After Camelot, premiering Sunday night. The four-part series follows Jackie after the assassination of her husband, through her marriage to Greek millionaire Aristotle Onassis and until her death in 1994.

How is Jackie different than when you played her in The Kennedys in 2011?

She has the weight of the world on her, with the passing of her husband, and then Bobby Kennedy’s death and Chappaquiddick. There’s just so much more tragedy in this series than she experienced in the series before.

In The Kennedys: After Camelot, you have a lot of scenes as Jackie with your “son,” John Junior. What kind of mom do you think Jackie Kennedy was?

From everything that I’ve read and the people that I’ve talked to, being a mother was so important to her: protecting her children, keeping their faith, keeping them grounded, giving them the best education, and helping them into the world having the Kennedy last name. I think she was a wonderful mother, and I think that that was her priority. She worked very hard at it.

We tried to show the good days and the bad days, the different challenges and how much she was a real mom like other moms. Even though they lived in such heightened circumstances, she was still dealing with a kid who ran away from home and who didn’t do well at school. These are problems that other people can relate to. It was important for us to show those real human moments just to show that she was very much involved and how much she cared for her children.

Was motherhood an aspect of Jackie that you can relate to, being a mom yourself?

I think that what we tried to achieve with these four episodes was finding different points where we could relate to all of these different characters. We tried to show a family drama, a family that is affected by loss, a family that’s affected by power, and a mother trying to raise her children on her own. We tried to strip away the Kennedy part of it and show real human interaction, people going through tragic circumstances and being there for each other, then fighting with each other and trying to get through it. So hopefully when people watch it, they can see maybe some of their experiences in that.

Do you think Jackie loved Aristotle Onassis or just wanted someone to take care of her?

I felt like she was very much in love with him, and he brought her a happiness that she really needed. She had been so sad and in so much pain; I felt her feelings for him were very genuine.

You directed the third episode of The Kennedys: After Camelot. Was there a particular reason you selected that one, and why did you want to direct?

I had just directed my first movie, All We Had, and I was excited to direct again. I wanted to direct this particular episode because it was a lot about Ted and Joan Kennedy and Chappaquiddick. I was lighter in that episode as an actor, and I was excited to be a part of shaping those performances for that particular time, and I liked the storyline, so I chose that one.

What can you say about your role in next year’s all-female Ocean’s Eight, with Dakota Fanning, Sandra Bullock, Anne Hathaway, Rihanna and Olivia Munn?

It was so much fun. I did a little cameo playing myself. I had a great time.

Are you up to revisit Dawson’s Creek for a reunion?

We get asked that a lot, and it’s so flattering. Our last episode took place five years after the episode prior, so our finale was like a reunion. I think it’s been done.

What’s next for you?

I’m finishing shooting Logan Lucky with Channing Tatum, and I’m adapting a book called Rare Objects for the screen. I will direct and star in that. Also, I have a movie called Coup D’etat with Michael Caine coming out either this spring or summer.

(Source)

Outtakes from Town and Country

Katie is featured on the cover of Town & Country and I have added some beautiful outtakes from the shoot to our gallery.

Gallery Links:
Katie Holmes Source > OUTTAKES > 2017 > 002

Katie Holmes Talks Raising Daughter Suri, Playing Jackie Kennedy & More on the View

This week Katie made an appearance on the View to talk about her new mini-series The Kennedys: After Camelot.

Katie on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

In case you missed Katie’s interview this week with Jimmy Fallon here are two clips below:

Katie Holmes is such an intense basketball superfan that she’ll yell whatever she wants if the referees make bad calls.

Katie Holmes and Andrew Rannells face off in a trivia game where the winner of each round gets a puppy to snuggle.

Post Archive:

Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 4 7