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Chicago, see Katherine Heigl stalk Rosario Dawson in Unforgettable, early and for free

Here’s one for any Chicago residents who’ve ever wanted to watch Rosario Dawson try to fend off a crazy, knife-wielding Katherine Heigl without having to worry about breaking the bank. We’ve got a bunch of free tickets up for grabs for an advance screening of the duo’s new thriller, Unforgettable. (Tagline: “When love…

Read This: Why Rob Schneider is the worst-reviewed actor in all of film

Earlier today, Vox published an analysis of what it deemed “the actors and actresses who most consistently appear in terrible movies,” a ranking it determined by mining through data from Metacritic. Basically, every major movie gets a score based on how well it was reviewed; the lower the star’s average score, the…

Jenny’s Wedding would’ve been the hippest gay-themed indie of 1995

If the gay-marriage melodrama Jenny’s Wedding had come out (so to speak) 20 years ago, it might provoke a queasy, quasi-nostalgic fascination today. Hey, remember the ’90s, when just about every gay-themed indie that escaped the festival circuit was a “telling the family” story? And remember when any star-driven movie…

Katherine Heigl and Alexis Bledel try, fail to find chemistry in the Jenny’s Wedding trailer

After her brief foray into foreign affairs, Katherine Heigl is back in the rom-com game, his time marrying a woman. Alexis Bledel, to be exact. Bledel plays Kitty, the eponymous Jenny’s (Heigl) partner who Jenny’s family believes is just her “roommate.” But when Jenny decides to she wants to marry Kitty, she has to…

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State Of Affairs won’t be the career reboot Katherine Heigl needs

Katherine Heigl’s narrative is about how desperately Katherine Heigl needs to change her narrative. That’s been the case since Heigl rose to fame on Shonda Rhimes’ Grey’s Anatomy, ramped up to collecting $12 million paychecks for disposable rom-coms, then skidded after several rounds of bad publicity painted her as an…

Fall TV previews: If NBC is in such great shape, why do its shows look so sad?

It’s that time of year again, when television networks announce their upcoming fall lineups with a big party for advertisers in New York City. But upfront presentations also give the rest of us the chance to plan our future viewing schedules and season passes based on the same small snippets of footage on which major…