Katherine Heigl's "27 Dresses" Premieres in Hollywood
"Grey's Anatomy" stars Katherine Heigl, T.R.Knight and Ellen Pomepeo all walked down the red carpet at last night's glitzy Hollywood premiere of Heigl's new romantic comedy "27 Dresses" co-starring James Marsden and responded to the cancellation of Sunday's Golden Globe Awards, where Heigl was one of the nominees.
In an interview with USA Today Heigl said: "I'm really disappointed; it's an amazing night to celebrate and meet people you respect and admire. When's the next time I'm going to be in a room with Jack Nicholson? Probably not till next year's Golden Globes, if I'm that lucky. But I understand it, and I'm behind it."
Heigl's good pal Knight had this to say: "It's a wonderful thing when you're nominated and recognized by your community. But without being disrespectful to the Golden Globes, there are bigger things at stake. A lot of families are really hurting right now. The corporations that are running these studios need to find a heart — to me, that's the most important thing. I want the strike to be over — for all of us, the strike needs to end."
Finally, "Grey's Anatomy's" principal star Ellen Pompeo said: "It's unfortunate, but I think all of the actors will be OK. It's the below-the-line people I think that we should all be worried about, because they can't afford to be out of work. The actors, we're all very fortunate, we get paid very well and we're not suffering as much as most of the other people who work in the industry are."
"27 Dresses" about a woman (Heigl) who has made a career out of being a bridesmaid and falls in love with the man her sister is about to marry opens nationwide January 18.
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