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Katherine Heigl Had a Really Tough Time Naming Her Son Joshua

21 April 2017, 01:57 | Winston Chapman

Warner Bros. Katherine Heigl and Cheryl Ladd in a scene from"Unforgettable

Denise Di Novi Cheryl Ladd team for'Unforgettable experience

(Obsessive Hairbrushes, by the way, would be a good name for a band.) In "Unforgettable", we have Tessa (Katherine Heigl), whose hair has the gleaming, sheetlike sheen of someone with a leeetle too much time on her hands, vs. Julia (Rosario Dawson), the sweet-natured and clearly doomed new girlfriend of Tessa's ex-husband David (Geoff Shults).

Heigl plays the ex-wife, Tessa Connover, while Dawson portrays her ex-husband's new love, Julia Banks. "It was wonderful. Like I said, she had that theatrical safe space which allowed us to explore, which is my happiest place as an actor". Dawson, meanwhile, effortlessly embodies the "cool girl" and easily navigates her character's twin modes of frantic and dazed as her situation gets more fraught.

"Trying to pump or breastfeed between interviews (has) been really interesting". "It's a whole new world for me".

Warner Bros. Katherine Heigl Denise Di Novi and Rosario Dawson on the set of
Warner Bros. Katherine Heigl Denise Di Novi and Rosario Dawson on the set of"Unforgettable

Heigl and Kelley share adopted daughters Naleigh, 8, and Adalaide, 5, and son Joshua, who the actress gave birth to four months ago.

"It's really awkward, honestly", she said. "She's carrying around her baby doll, she's changing her baby doll's diaper, she's talking about how much work her baby doll is, how much pressure it is to raise her baby doll right". He drives my niece to the bus stop every morning and he wears my pink robe and he gets out of the auto waves her off on the bus [so] all of her classmates get to see him in his pink robe...

Unforgettable, which is Cert 15A, will be released in Irish cinemas on Friday. I hope that with this character, it's in a place you can relate to that confusion and pain of not having who he loves.

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