I’m not the easiest person to live with. I’m kind of a slob.— Katie Holmes
The most cheering Katie Holmes quotes that are easy to memorize and remember
I'm so spoiled - I must have a Starbucks vanilla latte every day.
I really can't deny it, I am who I am.
I'm pretty normal. I'm not that smooth type of girl. I run into things, I trip, I spill food. I say stupid things... I really don't have it all together.
I'm free of an abusive cult, based on money and power that worships a fictional deity and safely back with the Catholic Church.
You may be pretty, and you may be talented, but nobody will remember that if you are mean.
I have some road rage inside of me. Traffic, especially in L.A., is a pet peeve of mine.
Pretty, and you may be talented, but nobody will remember that if you're mean.
I got caught kissing. Like by my parents. It was so horrible. It's so embarrassing, I'm blushing.
You may be pretty, and you may be talented, but nobody will remember that if you're mean.
I wasn't very funny or flashy, I was kind of boring.
It's nice to do something about something that scares you rather than just run from it and hope that someone saves you. I like seeing strong female characters and somebody who doesn't run away screaming when scared, but confronts the monsters.
Becoming a mother has been the most amazing experience - in an instant you become strong. You have to be a little bit wiser; it's the most important job in the world.
I’ve found the man of my dreams. From the moment I met him it just felt like I’d known him forever. I was blown away. He’s the most incredible man. He’s so generous and kind, and he helps so many people, and, um, he makes me laugh like I’ve never laughed, and he’s a great friend.
I never really look back. I just approach life (taking) it one day at a time. I'm just really grateful.
Definitely trust yourself. Work hard. Be honest with yourself. And life can be joyful. It is joyful. Just give it your all and it's all going to work out.
I'm not the easiest person to live with.
I'm kind of a slob. So for me to consider a roommate, it would have to be one of my sisters or something.
I feel very lucky. I have a husband and baby that I adore. I have a career I really love. When I sit back and reflect, it's, like, wow! I am very grateful.
I'm definitely a messy person... I know where everything is but I just can't organize. I don't make lists and find scripts on the laundry machine, and under my bed, or in the bathroom, kitchen. It's bad, I really need to take control.
I'm just going to say that I met somebody last year, I fell in love, I had my first love, and it was something so incredible and indescribable.
It's actually great to shoot far away from Hollywood because we don't have the distractions of the parties and premieres and all that. And, of course, you can save money - there are no good shoe stores.
I'm so spoiled - I must have a Starbucks vanilla latte every day.
Otherwise, it's going to be a bad day. I also love Jelly Bellies. But that's bad. Don't tell my mom.
It's kind of fun being the cute, little one. In fact, I'm finding it hard to grow out of that.
She'll really tell me [what she thinks].
Like today I'm wearing brown suede pants, and she said, 'I don't like your pants.' But then she'll say, `You've got to wear these shoes.' Or 'That's so pretty, Mom. Wear that.' She's got a great eye.
Any time I break up with Dawson or question him, viewers turn against me.
I'm not computer literate. I e-mail. I know how to get on the Web, but I haven't crossed over into the internet world. I'm old-fashioned, I guess.
How do you know you told a good punch line, a good joke? It's because they laugh. How do you know you've got a good scary punch line? It's because they jump out of the seat or scream. So the best reward is one you can listen to.
We had such a wonderful set of circumstances in Wilmington.
Yes, the four of us became famous literally overnight, but we were in a small town and we always knew when people were coming down. We always knew when to behave.
What I love about watching classic horror films is that they take you on a ride and they obviously make you scared because you're so invested in the characters, you're almost forgetting that oh my God, this is about to scare me.
I like being part of good movies and telling stories that mean something to me.
I also like playing characters that I look up to.
Simon McBurney on "All My Sons" on Broadway - we had an eight-week rehearsal period and I really enjoyed the way that he prepared us to go onstage. It was different than anything I've done and it was a different way of being directed, so I tried to take my different experiences of these directors and give those to my actors.
Working on "Pieces of April" with Peter Hedges at a young age was really very powerful. It was a different kind of work. We shot that in 10 days and Peter was right there with us, right next to the camera. It was very grounded and I really liked working that way. I liked the way he directed us.
I think now I'm just excited to continue directing and find stories that inspire me and bring those to the screen.
I did Phone Booth, and that was shot very, very quickly, but that was Joel Schumacher, who's shot so many movies that, if anybody can figure out how to do it in a couple of days, it's him.
I optioned a book called "Rare Objects" by Kathleen Tessaro and I'm adapting it . It takes place in the 1930s and it's about two women and that's what I'm working on to direct.
I love Renée Zellweger, she can do no wrong in my eyes.
I relate to every character she embodies, because she has no pretense. I also love Amy Adams: She's so kind and talented, and whenever I watch her I think, I want to be her friend-I've seen Enchanted many times with my daughter. Meryl Streep, of course. And I love what Cate Blanchett brings to every movie she does.
When I read scripts and when I read books, it's more of an emotional response and I was really drawn to these characters.
Suri is my daughter, she's very, very special to me, and this project took a lot of time and because it's my first feature I wanted her to know that she's so special to me. I thought that as she gets old that will mean more to her, that she's always the most important, and I wanted to give her a special thanks because she means everything to me.
I was paying attention to where Steven Soderbergh had the camera and his shots. I was blown away.
~I've never met a 2-year-old who is terrible.
I'm so cool with every stage my daughter goes through. I just think she's amazing. I hope she's not looking at me thinking, Mom, are the terrible 30s coming on with you?~
I find that usually when I watch something like horror film, I'm constantly thinking no, it's not going to happen.
Definitely being a mom changes your perspective on everything.
Growing up, I always had my dreams set on being an actor, so I looked up to Julia Roberts, Audrey Hepburn. I also look up to Kate Winslet and Renée [Zellweger] and Cate Blanchett...and Diane Keaton - she's a genius. I think it's very inspiring to see these women attack such complex roles.
I felt that there was a beautiful story [ in "All We Had"] to be told and one that was valuable and also one that was a size that I could do as my first.
I really hope that I get to work with Chris [Nolan] some day.
I remember when we were doing "Batman Begins" and to watch Chris Nolan go from "Memento" to "Batman" and take that leap from such a smaller size to a big movie, that's inspiring. But those movies are their own type of art and you have to really understand it and really know that world and I would have to take a long time to figure that out.Because my brain doesn't naturally go there.
I think that I'm always open to any kind of project.
I think I want to pursue a movie career and maybe even pursue some theatre.
I found it to be more challenging to be in a huge effects movie, because a lot of the things aren't there.You have to trust the director and react to nothing.
I really enjoyed working on the first one [Batman franchise] and I wish I could have worked with Chris Nolan again and I hope to work with him again.
I'm really into my running workout. Running really helps me clear my head and makes me feel good, especially when I'm stressed.
I love all of his movies. I love all his movies. I love Tom.
I started working on how I would direct this a year before we started shooting "All We Had" and I was prepping, acting, and directing sort of at the same time. I knew that I didn't want to hold people up on set.