No matter what, Katie Holmes just keeps moving forward.
Ever since her Joey Potter days on the creek with loverboy Dawson (Team Pacey forever, btw), Holmes has fascinated the public with her career choices, fashionable looks and, of course, her famous marriage to Tom Cruise.
Despite the sometimes rocky road, Holmes refuses to live her “very normal life” with any regrets — a bold statement coming from someone who passed up a role in “The Dark Knight.”
“I don’t really regret anything that I’ve done,” said the actress, who opened up to Ocean Drive magazine in a wide-ranging interview. “I’ve learned from everything, and everything sort of leads you to the next place. I just keep going.”
“I have a very normal life, and I happen to work in an industry that is abnormal,” Holmes continued. “I really enjoy my life … I take a train and cab; it’s just about getting from here to there, and I don’t care how I do it. I have to get there.”
For those who “don’t want to wait” for Capeside’s most famous teens to reunite on screen, the prospect of a “Dawson’s Creek” revival is slim, according to Holmes.
“[‘Dawson’s Creek’] was such a special time in all of our lives [but] some things are better when it stays the way it was,” she revealed. “I would love to get together with everybody, [but] I’m not sure a reunion would be as fulfilling as what we all want it to be. I’m game for anything.”
Other juicy tidbits from the interview? Holmes has a cracked iPhone she’s too busy to fix and she, like the rest of us, worships at the altar of Beyoncé.
“I think [Beyoncé’s] not just incredibly talented, but she works so hard,” Holmes said. “We have watched her from the beginning just continue to push herself. She reaches her potential and she pushes it more, so it’s very inspiring.”
As longtime fans of Holmes, we’d have to say the same thing about her.
For more from Holmes head over to Ocean Drive.
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