Katie Holmes talks through entire screening of ‘New Moon’


These photos and this story make me love Katie Holmes. The photos are from the weekend, when Katie and her “girls” went out to eat in Manhattan, and Katie had several glasses of wine. Her “girls” are her mom, her daughter Suri, and her stepdaughter Isabella. Ten bucks says that Isabella had a few glasses of wine too. Either that, or Bella promptly called her dad after dinner to narc on her step mom. Anyhoodle, I love when Katie looks animated. Anything to get her out of her morose, robotic Xenu stupor. Now, for this story – apparently, Katie and two girlfriends went to an actual movie theater to see New Moon. And then they talked through the whole thing! Hahaha! I bet the Twihards were about to kill Katie.

She may seem shy and reserved next to larger-than-life husband Tom Cruise, but it turns out Katie Holmes doesn’t know how to keep quiet when it counts.

Eyewitnesses tell Fox411 that Katie and a group of her girlfriends stopped by a movie theater near her Manhattan apartment Saturday to catch the latest installment of the “Twilight” series “New Moon” where they proceeded to ruin the film for moviegoers.

“Katie came into the movie theater with two of her girlfriends in a great mood,” sources tell Fox411. “They bought tickets in advance to see ‘New Moon’ like all the rest of the Twihards. They checked out the snacks and then they took their seats and kept talking.”

All that would have seemed rather normal, except for the fact that they kept on gabbing throughout the entire film!

“Katie talked through all of ‘New Moon.’ It was unbelievable – they talked nonstop about the movie and everything else. Some people wanted to tell them to be quiet, but when they realized who it was, they stayed silent. No one wanted to shush Katie.”

After the chatty escapade, Katie spent the rest of the weekend with her step-daughter Isabella and daughter Suri (once again spotted in cold weather with no coat). The three girls were spotted shopping Saturday, where Katie seemed completely unaware that she ruined “New Moon” for a few die-hard “Twilight” fans.

[From Fox News 411]

“No one wanted to shush Katie.” Probably because when they realized who it was, they thought to themselves “that poor girl… she probably never gets to speak at home.” That’s what I would think. Honestly, though, I hate when people talk in a theatre. It pisses me off to no end. That being said, if I went to see New Moon in the theatre, I would probably talk through it too. I would be yelling “Sparkles!” and “Oh, for the love of God, just do him!” So I give Katie a pass on this one. It’s good to see signs of life in her, isn’t it?

A very animated Katie Holmes, having lunch (with a lot of wine) with her mom, Suri and Isabella Cruise in New York, on November 22, 2009. Credit: Pacific Coast News.

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  1. Enonymous says:

    I am one of those people who kept talking while watching New Moon in the theater, I felt the need to tell my friends every 5 minutes of how bored I was and that I blamed them for dragging me to see it in the first place while I just wanted to go to a nice bar and get drunk all night.

  2. Nicole says:

    I wouldn’t shush Katie for fear that Tom and his Scientology goons would descend on me like a pack of wolves.

    I also really, really hate when people talk during movies. I can’t focus on the movie when there’s whispering going on behind me.

  3. Ursula says:

    Enonymous you scoundrel, how could you do that????

    I have people who talk in the theater because they whisper and I hate people who whisper. I have those who eat their pop corn loudly too. However Any adult should talk though new moon, what is there to concentrate about that crap?

    I know it is hard to act normal when there are so many paps around you, but sometimes this girl just looks like she is going through the motions and putting one foot in front of the other. These Pictures and some pictures on her movie set made me rethink, maybe when she is not being followed she is normal with a normal disposition. Who knows.

  4. No Sensi says:

    Dear Sirs,

    I feel I must draw your attention to an error in your publication ‘Celebitchy’ – you appear to have illustrated a story about the actress Katie Holmes with a picture of Cherie Blair.


  5. Baho says:

    I’m sorry, she looks like a freaking lunatic.

  6. GatsbyGal says:

    On one hand, I think people who talk through movies get their own circle in hell. But on the other hand, anything that disrupts a Twihard’s enjoyment of that stupid movie is okay by me.

  7. trollydolly says:

    @No Sensi – Hilarious!

  8. lucy2 says:

    GatsbyGal, I have to agree! I hate people who talk through movies too but on the other hand, it’s a Twilight movie, one that’s supposed to be even worse than the first.

  9. seven says:

    I saw New Moon last night and it WAS horrible. Taylor Lautner delivered the best acting thus far. Sparkles looked constipated, Kstew looked like Kstew… boring and lifeless, delivering lines because she HAS Too.

    The only REALLY good parts were parts where the wolves were involved, in wolf and human form they were much more “animated” then the vampires who acted more like mindless zombies…

    The books were so much better then this crapfest movies 🙁

  10. BamaGuy says:

    I do not find Katie even remotely attractive and even less now upon reading that she has so little consideration for others.

  11. Jag says:

    As Stephanie Tanner would say: “how rude!”

  12. Firestarter says:

    This is strictly in regards to “movie takers”-


    Do not ruin the experience for the rest of those that also PAID to see a movie. Talking through a movie is the height of rudeness. A comment every now and again is perfectly fine. Non-stop chatter IS NOT!

    This is why I no longer will pay to see movies at the theater: Non- stop talkers, gas passers and people getting up 1000 times for snacks, the bathroom, phone calls, children who act badly. It never ends.

    Years ago a friend and I went to see Pulp Fiction. A couple brought their 3 children, YES 3 CHILDREN. They sat right behind us and after 30 minutes of one of the kids kicking the back of my seat, the other one crying NON-STOP I flipped my lid. Went to the manager and complained. One of the parents was then stuck taking all 3 kids away. My thought was: Who brings children under 10 to a movie where there is a graphic male rape scene among many other things. Also, what parent would stay behind and let the other deal with the three kids alone? The kids were MONSTERS! Get a babysitter and leave them at home!

    So you see I have no tolerance for any theater disturbance! Herat attack? Okay, the paramedics are okay, but that is it!~ No one should be moving, talking or passing gas! Do it at home.

    Whew! Glad I got that off my chest! Another reason I have the Super duper DirectTv movie package!

  13. Jess says:

    Amen Firestarter!!!

  14. viper says:

    Im actually happy this happened. New Moon is a crack of shit. I left my stupid cousin in the theater. Told her I was going to get snacks and just never came back. Made her walk half way home then she caught a cab. Called me up later to apologise.

  15. viper says:

    The funny part about this was there were 6 others guys behind me and we all rammed right through the door frame all at once. All whispering the same shit ‘ move move let me out let me out let me out’

    If the theater wa son fire we would have gone through in a orderly manner.

  16. allison says:

    New Moon is great–if you treat it at as a comedy. My friend and I went after a few glasses of wine too and laughed hysterically at the awesome badness.

  17. Newyorking says:

    How I hate hate movie talkers. I remember getting horrible seats once and guys near me talking loudly. I asked to be soft so they called me a bitch and continued. I called them a$$holes so they said I was rude … Duh … Anyway I walked out because they wouldn’t stop. My husband followed suit in a few mins. HATE movie talkers, loud laughers for no reason, and tall heads in front of me.

  18. Bodhi says:

    I would have told her to shut the fuck up! Talking in a theater is SO FREAKING RUDE!

    Not that I’d ever spend my hard earned pennies to see that crapfest in theaters…

  19. BiggieShortie says:

    LOL- I MUST agree with Baho. Freaking lunatic, indeed.

  20. AbbeyRoad says:

    Um, what’s a “Herat Attack”? How can I avoid one? Do tell.

    But yeah, as much as I’m glad to see signs of life from her, and as much as I think this franchise is the dumbest thing ever, people who act like they are at home during movies drive me up the wall. It’s annoying enough when your garden variety d-bag does it, and it’s worse when someone gets a pass for being famous.

    Maybe nobody said anything because they were afraid the Scientologists would come to their house and Get Them, in the dead of night.

  21. Jazz says:

    I hate people who have oral sex in movie theatres… especially when its a few seats to your left…

  22. Dan says:

    If you talk in the theatre shame on you.
    If you think it is wrong to talk in a theatre unless the the movie and the fans of said movie are beneath you… wow man you are officially a bad person.

  23. viper says:


  24. Firestarter says:

    Uh Abbey Road- It’s a typo. Too lazy to change it, but hey Kudos to you for pointing it out!

  25. Kevin says:

    Jazz,,,yeah me too. lol

  26. Alex says:

    Hahaha, Firestarter I totally agree! I went to see the 3rd showing of the latest Harry Potter movie and it was seriously one of the worst movie going experiences of my life. We were in the second to last row in front of some tweens who talked through the entire movie (“OMG! Malfoy is so ugly! Teeheeheeeeeee”, got up constantly for who knows what, and finally after the 20th time getting up and coming back one of the tweens tripped and punched me in the back of my head. She didn’t even apologize. She LAUGHED. Aurgh. My husband read and loved the Twilight books, but I refuse to see it in the theater because I can only assume it’ll be much worse. Katie shouldn’t not even get shushed just because she’s famous. That’s ridiculous. Sorry this was long winded!

  27. wow says:

    You call that “signs of life”? I kid. 🙂

    How would anyone be able to tell Katie was yapping throughout the movie? From my understanding all those Twihards are screaming, talking, gushing and carrying on during the movie.

  28. LolaBella says:

    Add me to the list of you who absolutely HATE people who talk during the movie.

    However, I find the people who shush them are equally annoying.

    I have found that a firm, yet polite ‘can you please shut up so the rest of us can enjoy the movie’ has worked for me over the years. It usually shames/mortifies the person enough that not only do they shut up, but they are less likely to offend.

    As much as I really want to yell STFU, you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.

  29. lolo says:

    I would’ve said, could you please stop talking I’m trying to watch a film. I wouldn’t have recognised her pasty scientology face.

  30. Just a Poster says:


    “that poor girl… she probably never gets to speak at home.”


  31. agree says:

    Double amen Firestarter, I hate those suckers who talk constantly like is their mother’s cinema.

  32. MizzExpert says:

    How about people’s cell phones ringing, and then answering, and then TALKING???!!! It’s happened to me (as the innocent party) at least 3 times in theaters! People are getting so amazingly unconcerned at considering others who PAID to sit in a dark room with these utter morons.

    Katie is a SCI-KO-PATH!

  33. Corina says:

    How rude do you have to be to purposely ruin a movie for someone else? You have the option of leaving if you hate the movie, but the people who paid and really want to see it don’t have the option of tuning you out. One of the things I hate hate HATE is pretentious people…if you’re sooo much better than the rest of the people enjoying a crappy movie, stfu and leave please. End of rant.

  34. Kait says:

    I cannot imagine that in a theatre full of New Yorkers, no one told her to STFU.

  35. moo says:

    I hate it when people talk during concerts too!

  36. moo says:

    And, no… that is a very frightening picture of her!!!!

  37. lilred says:

    @ jazz I agree. I have not had the oral sex experience next to you in the movie theater. I have however had it happen in a restaurant that I worked at luckily no one else was there at the time. I so did not want to clean that table/seat. lol

  38. Annaliese says:

    What a RUDE, inconsiderate human being she is. I don’t care if she’s a spineless wimp at home who chose to marry a control freak. That’s no excuse to ruin other people’s enjoyment when she’s allowd out of the house.

  39. Newyorking says:

    Ugh ugh. Disgusting. Who has oral sex in theaters and restaurants? Oral sex? Ugh

  40. Legend says:

    “New Moon is great–if you treat it at as a comedy. My friend and I went after a few glasses of wine too and laughed hysterically at the awesome badness.”

    You have to be careful when you do that Allison — I had a similiar experience except the funny wore off and all I was left with was the time distortion alcohol causes — it made the movie seem to last HOURS.

  41. tanya says:

    This story is fake: Katie doesn’t have two girlfriends to go to the movie with her.

  42. Nina says:

    If she was bored she could have left instead of ruining other people’s enjoyment.
    Twilight has lovers and haters, but it’s not about what movie are you watching. It’s about RESPECT to those ones who paid to watch the movie in peace, without chatting people around, mobile phones, food wars and so.

    That’s why I’m not going to the cinema on weekends, but during the week. It reduces the risk to find someone rude.

  43. Natalia says:

    Suri will be interpret Nessie Cullen, she is perfect for de character and her mom is a big fans of twilight saga.

  44. irishserra says:

    I don’t care who you are or how bad your home life is – shut your mouth when in the movie theater with other patrons who have paid to sit in peace and enjoy their movie.

    Why is that so difficult for some morons to figure out?

  45. CB Rawks says:

    Um, I would have smacked her stupid dead-eyed face in.
    God I hate that.

    I always aim for the earliest morning movie session on a Sunday, because hopefully all the buttheads are still at home sleeping one off. Or in church.

  46. orion70 says:

    Thank you firestarter. There is a special circle of hell for movie talkers, and for that matter, people who inappropriately laugh at serious or scary movies (i’m not talking about NM). Someone on my FB recently was going on about how lame a certain current horror movie (that I can’t even watch the commercials for) was and how her boyfriend laughed all the way through the movie because it was funny, and not scary. People like that annoy the hell out of me. Get up and leave, tools.

    I also had a guy behind me once who kept repeatedly doing that horrific back of throat clearing snork thing all through a movie, and I think it’s the closest i’ve ever come to jumping over a row of seats to smother someone with a popcorn bag. But that would’ve been a waste of popcorn.

    The places I see the least of this in, is during film festivals. You can almost hear a pin drop aside from key parts of the films that are funny, or make people jump/gasp etc. Surely Katie’s been to enough of these to know how to behave. Then again, i’ve never been to Cannes….so what do I know.

  47. Emily says:

    “Ugh ugh. Disgusting. Who has oral sex in theaters and restaurants? Oral sex? Ugh ”

    Uh, guilty. Never in a resaurant though, and in cinemas, only when there’s no one in our row or near us. Hey, it was the only thing that got me through the Other Boleyn Girl.

  48. sela says:

    How about – this story is fake because IT IS FAKE, like most of the make believe, fairy tale, bs crap that is printed/aired about celebrities.

  49. Firestarter says:

    LOL@Orion70 and Emily’s posts!

  50. andrea says:

    would it kill her to put a dab of makeup on now and then? damn.

  51. JaneLane says:

    Thanks everyone for contributing to the movie that helped destroy gay marriage in California. I hope it was worth it for an awful movie.

  52. Emily says:

    JaneLane: um, what?

  53. cruiz2 says:

    Girl has a “Chucky” puppet scary look to me! Not endearing, just finding the the fastest, disparate way to stardom. Not a fan of her (no real talent there)- kid is cute, but used “ad nuseum.” She’s the better future brat draw.

  54. cruiz2 says:

    And, how annoying that they would talk, being above the common folk? No class there! They can probably watch in their own home theater, via Tom connections! This looks like an ugly random restaurant shot. Where are the “so called” kids (no Bella) Suri head always.

  55. spiceh says:

    she looks scary in those pictures. How hard is it to put on some mascara and blush? Esp wen u look like a zombie.