|Genre:||Recent Releases, Comedy, Action|
|Run Time:||91 minutes|
|Year of Release:||2012|
|Consumer Advice:||Violence and Coarse Language|
A proud, born-and-bred Jersey girl, Stephanie, has plenty of attitude, even if she's been out of work for the last six months and just lost her car to a debt collector. Desperate for some fast cash, she turns to her last resort - convincing her sleazy cousin to give her a job at his bail bonding company as a recovery agent.
Kathering Heigl finds life 'more chaotic' since adopting a second child.
The 33-year-old actress - who is married to Josh Kelley - recently adopted daughter Adalaide Marie Hope, providing three-year-old Naleigh with a younger sister, and she admits she was not prepared for how dramatic a life change it was.
She said: 'I think it's far more chaotic than I anticipated.
Katherine Heigl admits her adopted daughter initially rejected her.
The former 'Grey's Anatomy' star - who adopted Naleigh from South Korea in 2009 with husband Josh Kelley - says she felt like a 'bad mother' when she failed to bond with her little one.
She said: 'I fought incredibly hard for my daughter to accept me as mother. Her rejection almost broke my heart.
Katherine Heigl is on a mission to save rescue dogs in Los Angeles from being put down.
The 'One for the Money' star runs the charity Jason Debus Heigl foundation - which is named in honour of her late brother - with her mother Nancy and the pair's goal is to encourage people to adopt abandoned mutts.
In her blog post for the iVillage series CelebVillage, the actress revealed:...
Katherine Heigl is keen to adopt another child.
The 'New Year's Eve' actress - who raises three-year-old adopted daughter Naleigh with husband Josh Kelley - explained the couple had spoken about becoming parents before they even got engaged, and they would be keen to give a home to child before trying for biological kids.
She said: 'Josh and I started talking about it before we...
Katherine Heigl would like to make a movie about Christmas Day.
The actress stars in forthcoming movie 'New Year's Eve' and has been considering what other holiday-set movies director Gerry Marshall - who also helmed last year's hit film 'Valentine's Day' - could tackle next.
She said: "I was actually thinking about that yesterday. It has to be universal so it can sell...