Katie Holmes in red leather on the cover of Marie Claire!

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Katie Holmes graces the cover of November’s Marie Claire. Katie is promoting her new film, ‘Jack and Jill’ in which she oddly plays Adam Sandler’s wife. (Who thought this was good casting?)

On The Future: “I feel ready for the next chapter of my life. I’m excited to begin a new phase: roles I might have been afraid to play before, places I want to travel to with my daughter. I’d like to build the design business. But not too fast.”

On Working With Adam Sandler: “Adam has comedy down to a science. He knows how to find the funny — not just in himself but in everyone around him. He makes you feel comfortable and supported so that you can be your best. And he runs the takes again and again until comfort gives way to laughter.”

On Balancing Work & Family: “I’m thinking about getting rid of this,” Katie says mischievously, pointing at her cell phone. “Wouldn’t it be great to have an old-fashioned phone sheet? Go to your office, make your calls, and then continue with your day?”

“My daughter was with me the other day at a work event, and it was a long day. I took out some paper and markers that I had in my bag, and someone said to me, ‘Oh, that is so cute,’ and I looked at her and thought, No, this is not cute. This is what all mothers have to do.”

“Being around this business, my daughter is exposed to people with incredible talent, people who are the best at what they do. People I only dreamed of getting to work with as a little girl.”

I think Katie Holmes is stunning. It’s when she talks – or acts that she annoys me. She makes a gorgeous model, I’ll give her that! I can’t even handle watching the trailer for ‘Jack and Jill’, let alone watching the whole movie!

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