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Katherine Heigl on 'Unforgettable,' overcoming 'mommy guilt'

20 April 2017, 06:14 | Melissa Porter

Unforgettable is not just ironically the least memorable movie you'll see in 2017 – Peter Travers says it's also a sexist exploitative trash

Unforgettable is not just ironically the least memorable movie you'll see in 2017 – Peter Travers says it's also a sexist exploitative trash

Big decision! Katherine Heigl revealed during Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday, April 18, that she had a tough time naming her newborn son, Joshua. "I think with every mother it's just this sort of perpetual mommy guilt that somehow you're kind of not nailing it and to mess up his schedule.because of me, my work needs, feels a little selfish".

"I think what I love about this movie is the fact that the women are all in their own ways striving to be ideal and are traumatized by that and are hurting themselves in their relationships", Dawson said on the red carpet.

Given how much trouble Katherine Heigl has had finding a new direction for her career since leaving Grey's Anatomy seven years ago, her go-for-broke turn in the formulaic thriller Unforgettable might open up some new possibilities for her as a supervillain in the booming comic-book adaptation market. I still think UNFORGETTABLE looks like shit, even if it does have Rosario Dawson cred.


Heigl, who gave birth in December, ultimately chose to name her baby boy after her husband, musician Josh Kelley. "And he was like, 'Aw, I love that".

She said: "I've already tried to have this conversation [with Josh], but it's so amusing - at eight weeks, he's like, 'I'm not talking about this right now!' I think once you have two, it doesn't matter anymore!"

Meanwhile, Katherine admitted earlier this month that her life has turned out "much better" than she ever imagined.



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