Katie Holmes Talks Tom Cruise: "I Don't Want That Moment in My Life to Define Me, to Be Who I Am"

More than two years after her divorce from Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes talks ending the five-year marriage and beginning a new life.

"I don't want that moment in my life to define me, to be who I am,"
the Giver actress, 35, says of no longer being one half of TomKat. "I don't want that to be what I'm known as. I was an actor before, an actor during and an actor now."

Now, she says in People's Nov. 10 issue, "I don't have any fear now, I don't have a lot of rules for myself, and I don't take myself that seriously.

Regarding her career, she says, "I feel ready for new challenges."

Cruise, meanwhile, has never publicly discussed his divorce from Holmes.

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Jennifer Aniston as an Oscar nominee?

-Cinelou Films producers Mark Canton and Courtney Solomon are launching Cinelou Releasing – starting with an awards-season release of Jennifer Aniston’s dark comedy “Cake.”

-Jennifer Aniston received great reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival over a month ago for her raw performance in Daniel Barnz's dark comedy "Cake.

-The film’s producers have decided to release the movie before the end of the year to stand a chance of qualifying for an Oscar.



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Jennifer Aniston as an Oscar contender?

-Jennifer Aniston earned some of the best reviews of her career at the Toronto International Film Festival over a month ago for her raw performance in Daniel Barnz's dark comedy "Cake.

-Cinelou Releasing is betting “Cake” just might finally be the Oscar role for its lead actress — Jennifer Aniston, our most paradoxical movie star.

-Aniston is returning to her most “Good Girl”-like role with “Cake,” another downbeat movie, but with a more incisive dose of sarcastic comedy.

-It’s likely Cinelou made its last-minute move after detecting some weakness in the best-actress race — the latest manifestation of Hollywood’s dearth of strong female roles.

10(5)Amazing B-List Actors and Actresses Who Will Never Break Onto the A-List!

What do I mean by B-list? I mean, actors and actresses who do strong work in good and/or well known films, but who will never be the main draw of a big-budget film (though, will often be the main draw in an indie). They have lots of talent, they play important roles, and they are well-liked, but they are never going to open a blockbuster film.

Emily Blunt — Blunt is on the cusp of the A-list, but I’m not sure she ever gets there: As kick-ass as she is in a movie like Edge of Tomorrow, and as amusing as she can be in a movie like Five Year Engagement (which had a few decent sequences), Blunt will never be the person who carries a major feature film, but she’ll always be an excellent complement to the A-list star ( Matt Damon, Tom Cruise, Meryl Streep) who does.
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