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Katie Holmes Remembers Robin Williams: 'He Made Us All Ride So High'

Katie Holmes Remembers Robin Williams: 'He Made Us All Ride So High'

Katie Holmes leaves CBS Studios after giving an interview for her movie The Giver on Thursday (August 14) in New York City.

The 35-year-old actress’ movie comes out tomorrow and also stars Taylor Swift, Alexander Skarsgard, Meryl Streep, Odeya Rush, and more. Joining Katie for her interview was Harvey Weinstein of The Weinstein Company.

Katie recently commented on the tragic death of Robin Williams.

“It’s so awful, so awful. It’s just shocking. We just heard. I’m just so sorry for his family and friends,” Katie told E! News. “He made us all ride so high. He brought such laughter and joy to us for so many years.”

FYI: Katie is wearing J Brand jeans.

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71 Responses to “Katie Holmes Remembers Robin Williams: 'He Made Us All Ride So High'”

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  1. 1
    Same Me Harvey Says:

    A bit of over-exposure this week for a movie that appear to be bomb
    30percent RT rating

  2. 2
    huh Says:

    Fat Harvey is behind her leaving.
    They left together? Huh.

  3. 3
    Lydia Says:

    “ride so high” sounds like a drug thing. Not the best thing to say about someone who had drug problems.

  4. 4
    sabrina Says:

    Although I haven’t liked all of her outfits over the last couple of weeks I must say she is looking 100 percent better. It isn’t only the make up and hair styling, but she looks clean. I don’t mind casual, but she often looks like she hasn’t washed her face and her hair is dirty and her clothes are ill fitting and wrinkled. So hopefully if she continues with a casual no-make up look she will at least wash her hair and brush it before putting it up in a scrunchy and wash her face and make sure her clothes fit and are clean! Simple, right?

  5. 5
    Blind Item Says:

    From back in July
    20. ENTERTAINMENT LAWYER 07/02 **#8**
    Everyone wants to know why this B list mostly movie actress with A+ list name recognition has not found a new boyfriend yet. She has one, but he is married and she is very good at keeping secrets. Katie Holmes
    CDAN hasn’t revealed the “correct” answer yet. Based pm tje
    very good at keeping secrets” phrase–and the A+ name recognition clues–she is the top guess.

  6. 6
    Danelle Says:

    So, after The Giver release this weekend, will it be promos for Days & Nights for OnDemand release in September?

    Harvey and Katie will have a busy next three months.

    It will be interesting.

  7. 7
    Danelle Says:

    @Same Me Harvey:
    Not an official bomb yet, the numbers aren’t in.

    It’s just a bomb with critics, but the YA crowd may flip the script.

    I predict $10-$15 million opening weekend, but it could still do $8-$10 million and still make cost with a little profit cushion before the release of Maze Runner in September.

    Maze Runner seems to be doing better in the YA interest category (i.e., twitter and youtube) than The Giver had before its release this weekend.

    Maze Runner is has a more familiar feel (visually), I believe, for the YA crowd that they are used to with Hunger Games and Divergent, which will be a big draw in getting the seats filled for its opening and full run.

    Therefore, The Giver has a small window of opportunity to not end up as Ender’s Game, in regards to profit or monetary gross.

  8. 8
    #7 Says:

    That is still a very low number regardless of budget.
    If you have only 1Million dollar budget of course it won’t be a financial bomb but still it’s a bomb if it doesn’t get watched.
    $10Million for an opening weekend is peanuts.

  9. 9
    Just sayin' Says:

    I wonder if The Giver will do as badly as Tom Cruise’s recent movie has done. Cruise’s movie cost almost 180 million to make, but it couldn’t even break 100 million in the states. It did a little better overseas, but not by much. It tanked in Japan, which is usually a big market for Cruise. The film may eek out a profit after DVD though. How times have changed. Everybody knows Cruise is a cult obsessed nut.

    The Giver was made for 25 million. All it needs to do is gross 50 million worldwide to break even. It’ll make money sooner rather than later…..unlike the recent Cruise films. If its not a Mission Impossible movie, his films have all been duds lately.

  10. 10
    #7 Says:

    Here is says budget was 20Million so it needs about 50Mil to make a profit.
    “The other major wide-release, “The Giver,” is also the biggest question mark. The Weinstein Company produced the adaptation of Lois Lowry’s summer reading list staple. It stars bright young things Brenton Thwaites and Odeya Rush, along with veterans Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep.

    Shot for an economical $20 million, the picture centers on a seemingly utopian society, one without conflict or sickness, that is gradually revealed to be built on a rocky foundation. It should pull in between $15 million to $17 million in its debut when it premieres on roughly 3,000 screens.”

  11. 11
    #7 Says:

    Yes his movie didn’t do great at the box office either.

  12. 12
    Danelle Says:

    @Just sayin’:
    If The Giver only has to gross $50 million to make a profit, how is it that Edge of Tomorrow (Cruise) didn’t make one with a budget with $363 million worldwide? Not following you line of reasoning.

    Most of Cruise films, excluding MI and WoW, have only made $100-$150 million domestic for as far back as A Few Good Men (boxofficemojo), so the money for his none MI films has always been primarily international.

    Edge of Tomorrow did just under $100 million domestic, so it seems more of an indicator that the domestic audience is warming back up to his films to put him back in that $100-$150 million domestic range.

  13. 13
    TO Danelle Says:

    EOT will eventually make it.
    It did get great ratings and is making the 100Million domestic.
    There are more factors to what a successful movie is.
    Movies with huge budgets have a higher mountain to climb for sure but you can’t argue that if a movie only makes 20Million dollars it’s clear the public didn’t like it or watch it as a whole. But it might “make budget ” if that budget was 5 million.
    But if a movie makes 400Million or there about world wide but is still making up the rest due to larger budget but was watched by a whole lot more to make up for that 380 Million.
    So “just sayin” has a point that his movie did not blow it out either but it was seen and enjoyed by a whole lot more then will most likely see this one if the current box office tracking is legit.

  14. 14
    bahaha Says:

    @Just sayin’:
    So the haters of the haters are caught in their hypocrisy again.
    You were one of those jumping on people for calling Holmes names or whatever and here you are calling Tom a cult obsessed nut.
    Granted he probably is but it’s always funny to see the haters do the same things they call others out on.

  15. 15
    The Star Review Says:

    Another cult reference.
    ‘Tom Cruise ex Katie Holmes, a former Scientology fembot, is perhaps ironically cast as Jonas’s un-maternal mother and there’s a brief and forgettable appearance by country music star Taylor Swift as the Giver’s long-deceased daughter.’

  16. 16
    Lydia Says:

    The budget for The Giver was $25-30mil, not including the advertising and marketing budgets. Theaters take a percentage of the box office. So to make a profit, I’d estimate it would need to make $60mil.

  17. 17
    duck Says:

    I like her hair color here, but not a fan of high rise mom jeans :)

  18. 18
    The Bright Side Says:

    Look on the Bright Side: At least it is doing better then Jack&Jill that is 3%RT rated.

  19. 19
    DTBH Says:

    @bahaha: #14 – this is and has been so obvious. The reason they r so sensitive about it is they are looking at themselves in the mirror. I read 1, maybe 2 of their sentences and just think blah; blah blah. Blah! blah! Poor Katie, stuck in a man’s world.

  20. 20
    Nathan Says:

    I love the jeans. They look great on her. Katie is so beautiful in these pictures.

  21. 21
    Two Words Says:

    Casting couch.

  22. 22
    Just sayin' Says:


    What the heck are you on about? Cruise is cult obsessed and if you have any doubt, there are tons of video’s and interviews out there to prove it. Anyone unintelligent enough to do that is a “nut” in my opinion and the opinion of many, many others. It’s a FACT that Cruise is cult obsessed. Nothing hypocritical about that. Those that attack Katie talk about her not being a good parent or person, being ugly, dirty, having an affair with a married man….etc. NOTHING she has ever done is deserving of those statements nor are any of them FACTS. They’re just obnoxious personal attacks. If you said she was stupid to get involved with Cruise and his cult, that would be a fact.

    Stop trying to excuse the nastiness and ignorance that happens here. There are people who are just plain hateful, gossipy, obnoxious biotches with nothing better to do than behave badly.

  23. 23
    Just sayin' Says:

    @ DTBH

    Who’s “they”?? Makes complete sense that you’d take issue with anyone who calls you out on being so hateful and vicious. It’s hard hearing the truth about how nasty you are. It must be hard for you and the others to defend being mean to a total stranger with lies and nonsense. Try behaving like a human being occasionally.

  24. 24
    Mojo Forecast Says:

    “The fan base is strong enough to essentially guarantee a $10-million debut, but $20 million seems like a stretch at this point.”
    “Bar for Success
    The Expendables 3 doesn’t quite need to match The Expendables 2 ($28.6 million), but it really ought to be opening to at least $25 million. Anything over $20 million for the five-day opening is a win for Let’s Be Cops, while The Giver needs a minimum of $15 million to get a pass.”

  25. 25
    Missy Says:

    Just catching up on some of the comments from the last thread and this one. I have to laugh at how some of y’all make it seem like Weinstien owns every small studio in Hollywood. Harvey has nothing to do with IFC, the company thats distributing Days and Nights. In fact, I googled it and saw that they actually produced an unauthorized doc about him! As for eone, the company that’s distributing Miss Meadows, Harvey has a deal with them to distribute some of his films in Canada, but he has nothing to do with the films they distribute in the U.S. No doubt Harvey likes her and is trying to help her succeed, but not everything is about Harvey. If anything it’s her agency, ICM partners that deserves credit for securing these deals. Leaving CAA was a good decision on Katie’s part.

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