Katherine attends NBC & Vanity Fair’s 2014-2015 TV Season Event at HYDE Sunset: Kitchen + Cocktails on September 16, 2014 in West Hollywood, California.
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
For more infos and how you can help , visit the indiegogo site.
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