Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby get wet as they film ‘Mania Days’ in the fountain at Washington Square Park in NYC.
Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby film a scene on the set of ‘Mania Days’ in Washington Square Park on May 20, 2013.
Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby were on the set of the new movie ‘Mania Days‘ on May 14 2013 in New York City. Katie appeared to be getting on very well with her co star love interest laughing in between takes.
Katie Holmes was spotted loading up on adorable items from the new GapKids + DVF collection at the retailer’s 54th and 5th Avenue location in New York City on Monday.
Katie, who was sporting a pair of Gap 1969 Sexy Boot Jeans, picked up a ton of great stuff for her little fashionista, including two of the line’s wrap dresses (in lush green and freesia), a romper, pleated tank and two one-piece swimsuits. Each of these items clocks in at $50 or less, making it pretty affordable for any parent to swath their little girl in DVF from head to toe!
Katie Holmes, who worked with Sarah Polley more than a decade ago when they co-starred in Doug Liman’s Go (1999), recently spoke with the 34-year-old actress, filmmaker, and new mother (Polley and her husband, David Sandomierski, had their own daughter last year), who was at home in Toronto.
KATIE HOLMES: There’s a quote from Margaret Atwood: “Reality simply consists of different points of view.” When you first sat down and began envisioning this piece, was it important to you to tell the story from different perspectives in order to achieve a sense of reality? Or did this idea evolve throughout the process?
SARAH POLLEY: The original impetus for making the film was the multiple points of view. I think that’s what really excited me about the idea of making it. When the story itself happened to me and my family, we certainly had a lot of people saying, “Oh, this would make a great film.” But it’s a film that I thought that I had seen or read before, you know? Finding out that somebody had a different biological father than they thought . . . And while it’s really impactful to the people who are directly living that experience, I think that, in terms of subject matter for a story, it can be a little bit tired somehow. But what made me originally think, “Wow, this actually would make an interesting subject for a film,” was watching how we were all telling the story to the people in our lives. I started to notice embellishments on some peoples’ parts—or things that got omitted that were crucial [laughs]—as we all do in families when we’re hearing people talking about the past. It’s often not the past that we remember. So it was really interesting to see how the story was kind of mutating and how everybody was very committed to their version of what had happened. Another thing that was really fascinating to me was that as my dad started writing the story, and then my biological father started writing his version of the story, and then I was thinking about making a film about it—the telling of the story changed the story itself. The relationships among all of us changed as a result of us telling the stories of those relationships. I thought that that was such an interesting comment on the power of storytelling and how transformative it can be—for better or for worse.
HOLMES: It sounds like you could have many movies in this. I also really loved your mother’s friends and their versions of things and how much they were willing to share—and then also keep quiet.
POLLEY: For me, that was the great privilege of making the film that I didn’t anticipate—getting to talk to your parents’ contemporaries in such detail and hear their perspective on your parents. If you’re lucky, then you might get snippets of that if you have connections with our parents’ friends, but you rarely get many hours to ask every question you’ve ever wanted to ask. I learned more about life and relationships from talking to them than I had learned from anything in my life.
On the set of her new film Mania Days in New York City on Monday, Katie was spotted cosying up to who was believed to be her young male co-star.
Heading out for lunch in the Big Apple, Katie Holmes went to Smile cafe in New York City on Monday (May 13). The “Dawson”s Creek” star appropriately smiled in a leather studded jacket, light blouse, blue jeans, and red heels as she made her way back outside.
Suri Cruise is undoubtedly one of the most stylish celebrity kids we’ve ever seen thanks to her prim ballet flats, feminine dresses, charming hair accessories and adorable outerwear.
Katie Holmes’ rep tells E! News speculations of the trendy tot launching her own clothing line are “100 percent false”