Katherine Heigl reveals challenges of breastfeeding

Katherine Heigl reveals challenges of breastfeeding

Katherine Heigl is starring in a new movie, her first one in nearly five years.

Unforgettable stars Heigl as Tessa Connover, who is barely coping with the end of her marriage when her ex-husband, David (Stults), becomes happily engaged to Julia Banks (Dawson)-not only bringing Julia into the home they once shared but also into the life of their daughter, Lilly (Isabella Rice).

Unforgettable hits theaters this Friday. "I don't know why, I just struggled with it", Katherine told Jimmy. "Where you're free to explore ideas, and people are motivated by the nuances of character, and so you're dealing with intelligent, strong, powerful women". "And my 8-year-old said, 'Can I see?' and I showed her and she goes, 'Well you can't wear that!"

Later in the chat, Kassianides jokingly reveals how Halle Berry helped him prepare for the role.

"I think Joshua is a attractive name. I'm joking", he says of getting into character. Run, Julia! And take that guinea pig with you!

"It ended up working so much more beautifully than I ever could have imagined and the fact that we wrapped up filming in December and now I have all this time with him to just be mom.it's such a blessing. But, from a certain point, you have to depart from there and introduce madness".

Writer Christina Hodson and director Denise Di Novi do nothing to deviate from the established formula of romantic-obsession thrillers, without the subversion of a movie like Joel Edgerton's The Gift or even the hilarious ineptitude of glorious J.Lo train wreck The Boy Next Door.

"When we were around the set, I was just watching an incredible transformation of this woman", he gushes.

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