Actress, Katherine Heigl, would seem to be happy with her elevating status in Hollywood, having had recently won an Emmy for her role on, “Grey’s Anatomy,” and starring in the summer blockbuster, “Knocked Up.” However, when chatting with Vanity Fair, Katherine described the film as “a little sexist,” continuing by saying, “It paints the women as shrews, as humorless and uptight, and it paints the men as goofy, fun-loving guys.” She has a good point–I mean, I pretty much feel the same way about the movie. But then again, I didn’t STAR IN IT. But, to be fair, I could say that maybe she’s regretting her decision to play that role and has decided to go in a different direction, except that her next two films appear to have her playing a character obsessed with finding Mr. Right and call me crazy, but I don’t know exactly how that’s helping female empowerment exactly, unless you consider how many millions of dollars she’ll be making off the movies. And you must know how strongly I feel about this, by the length of that last run-on sentence.
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