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    Watch: Katie Holmes On Her 'Dawson's Creek' Family, 'Miss Meadows' and Her Directorial Debut

    Actress Katie Holmes sits down to reflect on her career and yes, she mentions "Dawson's Creek."

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    Trailer Watch: Katie Holmes Teaches Children and Criminals Lessons as a Vigilante in 'Miss Meadows'

    The thriller, written and directed by Karen Leigh Hopkins ('Stepmom,' 'Because I Said So'), stars Holmes as a sweet schoolteacher by day -- and a merciless vigilante by night.

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    Watch: Katie Holmes Has The Killer Instinct In Trailer For 'Miss Meadows'

    The long-gestating adaptation of “The Giver” may not have set the box office ablaze —a 5th place finish with $12.1 million— or won over critics, but that isn’t stopping Katie Holmes from aiming at the cheap seats again with “Miss Meadows.” The thriller’s first trailer has arrived online to entice an...

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    The Giver

    In ‘The Giver’ the only actor allowed to dig into his role is Jeff Bridges, as the title character who is in charge of holding and caring for mankind’s memories.

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    IFC Acquires Katie Holmes-Starring 1980s Drama 'Days and Nights'

    IFC will distribute "Days and Nights," a drama starring Katie Holmes based on Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull."

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    Review: 'The Giver' Starring Jeff Bridges, Meryl Streep, Brenton Thwaites, Taylor Swift And More

    It wouldn't be surprising if the current spate of Young Adult film adaptations is met with a degree of resentment by movie-lovers over 18 years old. When the films turn out to be entertaining and worthy of their respective source material (like the “Harry Potter” and “Hunger Games” franchises), some...

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