Katherine Heigl‘s is a rom-com queen and no one can take that away from her. Her romantic movies are cheesy and feel-good, so if you love the genre or looking to escape into a romantic love story then these movies need to go on your must-watch list
Katherine Heigl is not the lead star of this film as it has a grand ensemble cast. However, it’s worth mentioning this film on our list as it’s a great romantic comedy with Robert De Niro being absolutely fab. Watch this film for the light-hearted comedy and family drama.
In this movie as well, Heigl is part of an all-star huge ensemble cast. However, in the limited screen time that she has, she certainly plays her role very well. While she may not be the highlight of this film, it’s a fun movie to watch as many stories and lives interconnect to form a typical feel-good film.
5. Jenny’s Wedding
Starring Heigl in the lead role, this film revolves around Jenny (Heigl) who has been raised in a conservational catholic family. Her parents have dreamed about their daughter getting married and keep reminding her that her biological clock is ticking. She soon tells them that she is gay, wants to get married, and introduces them to her partner Kitty (Alexis Bledel). Her parents are confused and upset about her choice to love a woman.
This rom-com stars Heigl and Gerad Buttler in the lead role. The story of this film revolves around an uptight television producer who has to produce a morning show segment hosted by a misogynistic man she can’t stand.
3. Knocked Up
Directed by Judd Apatow, this film stars Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl in the lead role. The movie revolves around a career-driven reporter named Alison Scott who has just been promoted at work. She goes to a bar to celebrate and meets a laid-back guy named Ben. They get pissed drunk and end up having a one-night stand. Soon Alison realises that she’s pregnant and shows up at Ben’s door weeks later with the news.
2. 27 Dresses
Jane Nichols (Heigl) has been a bridesmaid for 27 weddings. She even has a separate closet filled with all her bridesmaid dresses. She soon meets Kevin Doyle (James Marsden) a journalist who is cynical about weddings. After finding her planner in the cab he decided to write a piece on her. On the other hand, Jane is in love with her boss who is getting married to her sister.
Holly (Heigl) and Eric (Josh Duhamel) are two people who hate each other cause of a blind date gone wrong which was set up by their best friends. When Peter and Alison name them the godparents of their child Sophie they pretend to tolerate each other. However, Peter and Alison die in an accident leaving Holly and Eric to take care of Sophie.