Katie Holmes

Katie Holmes struggles to raise a rebellious teen in emotional All We Had trailer

Following in the footsteps of Angelina Jolie, Jodie Foster, and Meg Ryan, Dawson’s Creek and Batman Begins actress Katie Holmes turned to filmmaking after a nearly 20-year career in front of the camera, and a new trailer for the upcoming drama All We Had offers an emotional preview of her skills as a director.

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Katie Holmes shares sweet on-set photo with daughter Suri Cruise

It looks like Suri Cruise is learning the business from the best — momma Katie Holmes.

Holmes took to her personal Instagram to share a photo with her 10-year-old daughter, Suri. The pair wear matching headphones while gazing out at a filming location. “My sweetie,” captions the Dawson’s Creek alum.

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Celebrities explain why (film) size doesn't matter in exclusive PSA

With summer just around the corner, movie-goers everywhere are making plans to see all of the big blockbusters, because after all, what’s a summer without superheroes and massive fight scenes full of special effects … right? Right. But here’s the thing: There’s another kind of movie that deserves just as much of your love (and hard-earned money), and it’s ready to step into the spotlight.

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Katie Holmes reveals the best kisser on Dawson's Creek

Dramatic kisses are the lifeblood of teen shows, but as Dawson’s Creek veteran Katie Holmes explained to James Corden on Wednesday night, they can often be more awkward on set than in real life.

“It’s so awkward because with a first kiss in real life, if it doesn’t go well you’re kinda like, ‘Oh, I gotta get home,’ and never have to deal with that person,” Holmes said. “But on screen, you’re gonna have to have lunch, and probably have to work together tomorrow.”

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Katie Holmes 'is a beast' at Musical Beers with Ryan Reynolds and Jimmy Fallon

The Roots are still Jimmy Fallon’s secret weapon.

His latest celebrity game, Wednesday night’s “Musical Beers,” heavily involved The Tonight Show’s hip-hop house band. A riff on musical chairs, the game required contestants to fight over too-few red solo cups of beer. Roots drummer Questlove not only acted as DJ, starting and stopping the game’s decisive music, but was also the companion for losers. The other band members played the game alongside celebrity guests Ryan Reynolds and Katie Holmes.

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