Jenny Farrell (Katherine Heigl) has led an openly gay life – except with her conventional family. When she finally decides to start a family and marry the woman they thought was just her roommate, the small, safe world the Farrell’s inhabited changes forever. They are left with a simple and difficult choice – either change with it or drown.
Last November, MM Productions completed principal photography on the film “Jenny’s Wedding” and they are currently in post production.
Made independently, this film is the kind of movie the studios used to make all the time. It is about real people, the problems they face, and the personal courage it takes to resolve them. It is also about transformation and love.
Both moving and funny, it has an important message to send, and our goal is to ensure it reaches a wide audience
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Katherine Heigl phoned into On Air with Ryan Seacrest to talk her latest movie, The Nut Job, and moving to Utah with her family.
The 35-year-old actress — who recently joined social media account WhoSay — has been sharing pics of her adventures in Utah, including her adorable dog Gertrude who moonwalks for food!
“It’s so funny, she like crosses her two little front feet like such a princess, like such a lady,” Katherine laughs of her dog. And she has more animals than just little Gertrude. “We have a lot. She’s one of seven dogs and it’s a great place for them, we have 25 acres … and now we have nine horses, and 10 chickens and two pig, my goats and two mini horses and two donkeys.”
Another new animal Katherine’s gotten to know recently is a squirrel, which she plays in new animated flick The Nut Job.
“I’m really excited about it because it’s the first time I’ve had the opportunity to be a part of an animated movie,” Katherine reveals. “And with two small children all we do every night, especially in Utah because there’s not a lot to do, is watch animted movies with our daughters. Like, it’s our family time so I thought, ‘This is going to be great!’ I can actually sit down with my kids and watch one of mine … that was a big reason why I wanted to [do the film].”
Catch The Nut Job in theaters Friday, January 17.
You can listen to the interview here
Katherine, husband Josh Kelley and daughter Nancy ‘Naleigh’ Leigh attend the premiere of ‘The Nut Job’ at Regal Cinemas L.A. on January 11, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
Katherine taped an interview for the show EXTRA in Universal City, California on January 10, 2014.
Katherine takes her mom out for lunch at Montage in Beverly Hills, California on January 9, 2014.
Katherine and her daughter Naleigh arriving on a flight at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California on January 8, 2014.
Here is the trailer for Katherine’s new movie The Nut Job.
Katherine takes the Spring day by storm as she leaves a business meeting on Monday (May 21) in Los Feliz, Calif.
Katherine and her mom Nancy had lunch at Little Dom’s in Los Feliz on May 20th 2012.
Deadline reports that Katherine left Paridigem and signed with CAA.
Exactly a week after exiting Paradigm, actress Katherine Heigl has signed with CAA. Heigl left Paradigm following the exit of her longtime agent Norm Aladjem, who moved to Levity Entertainment Group. Heigl is a two-time Golden Globe nominee and Emmy-winning actress for Grey’s Anatomy and starred in Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up, Anne Fletcher’s 27 Dresses and Robert Luketic’s The Ugly Truth. She will next be seen starring in The Wedding with Robert De Niro and Robin Williams. She remains with attorney Stephen Barnes at Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman Rubenstein & Kohner.
Katherine arrived at home after a business meeting in Los Feliz on May 16th, 2012.
Katherine told Star Magazine about their flight back home with their new baby.
Celebrity couple KATHERINE HEIGL and JOSH KELLEY went to extraordinary lengths to keep their latest adoption a secret by sitting rows apart from their new daughter on a flight home.
Actress Heigl and her singer husband confirmed last month (Apr12) they had taken in a newborn baby girl, named Adalaide, as a sister for their other adopted daughter, Naleigh.
They’ve now told how Adalaide was born in an unidentified city in the U.S. earlier this year (12), and the couple was determined to keep the baby news secret after flying to the location to collect her.
Knocked Up actress Heigl tells Hello!, “It wasn’t easy because we had to physically go get her and bring her back on a commercial flight. And we were excited to share the news with our friends and family.
“The best thing we did to keep suspicion at a minimum was to fly our nanny with us so she could hold Adalaide on the way back a few rows behind us. Also, when we got home we just never left the house. I sewed every day and Josh wrote her a song.”
Katherine arrived at her home in Los Feliz on May 15th, 2012.
Daily News reports that Katherine and Josh named their newly adopted baby after Katherine’s great-grandmother Adalaide.
Katherine Heigl and her husband Josh Kelley have named their baby girl after the actress’ great-grandmother Adalaide.
“Her full name is Adalaide Marie Hope Kelley — Adalaide because of my great-grandmother, Marie after my middle name, and Hope because that is what the process became,” the 33-year-old actress told Hello magazine.
The couple adopted the baby girl recently. Heigl says she and Kelley waited anxiously for news of Adalaide’s birth before jetting off to a secret location in the US to collect her, reports contactmusic.com.
“We knew an approximate date of the delivery but we all know how unpredictable these things can be. So Josh and I were bouncing off the walls with excitement and anticipation just waiting for the call. It came late morning during the week and we were both home and on the phone together,” she added.
Katherine and her Mom met for lunch in Los Feliz yesterday on May 14th, 2012.
Katherine spent Mothers Day with her family in Los Feliz yesterday May 13th, 2012.
Katherine and her mom were out and about in Los Angeles on March 6th, 2012
Katherine had lunch at Il Capriccio in Los Angeles on March 5th, 2012.
Katherine wrote a letter on PETA’s behalf to Utah’s state senators urging them to squelch House Bill (H.B.) 187 and allow people to continue to obtain video evidence of animal abuse so that authorities can prosecute the offenders. Here is Katherine’s letter to the senator:
Dear Senator Waddoups,
My husband and I married in Utah, and I’ve been proud to call the state home for the last couple of years. I am writing to urge you to vote against House Bill (H.B.) 187, which would criminalize
undercover filming on factory farms. This bill makes our state’s agricultural community seem desperate to hide illegal and inhumane treatment of animals from the public.
As animals cannot defend themselves, the public must maintain its right to document illegal cruel practices in order to alert law enforcement to their existence. In 2008, my friends at PETA went undercover at a major pig farm in Iowa that supplies Hormel and found that workers were beating pigs with metal rods and jabbing clothespins into their eyes; one employee was even caught sexually abusing a pig with a cane. Because of this investigation, six workers were charged with a total of 22 counts of livestock neglect and abuse, and all of them admitted guilt. PETA worked hand in hand with local law enforcement to achieve these convictions, for which the undercover footage made the sheriff’s job much easier. Please don’t impede law enforcement by passing this terrible bill.
H.B. 187 seems to me to be a reaction to California’s Proposition 2, which passed a few years ago and created a public mandate to improve the treatment of animals in the meat industry rather than hiding cruelty from the public eye. That bill passed with overwhelming support from both conservatives and liberals. I hope that legislators in Utah recognize that in light of this consumer demand for better treatment of animals, they need to work to prevent cruelty to animals by strengthening laws, not penalizing those who are trying to expose this cruelty.
Please join me in opposing H.B. 187. Thank you for your consideration. Sincerely,
Katherine and husband Josh shopped at Albertsons on February 29th, 2012
Katherine waited for her car after she had lunch in Los Feliz on February 24th, 2012.
Katherine enjoyed some drinks at Chez Jay Restaurant in Santa Monica on August 4th, 2007.