Katherine Heigl in "27 Dresses" Poster

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Always a bridesmaid, never a bride. That's the story for Katherine Heigl, who in real life will be walking down the aisle with Josh Kelley in less than a week, but who plays a girl who has been a bridesmaid no fewer than (guess) 27 times in her new film, 27 Dresses, which opens nationwide on January 11, 2008. Here's the poster ...

27 Dresses

Katherine Heigl in the movie poster for 27 Dresses.

We're guessing it will be another big success! Follow the jump for a brief plot synopsis as well as some still photos of Katie in the upcoming movie ...

A young woman (Katherine Heigl) has made a career out of being a bridesmaid but soon faces her worst nightmare when her sister (Malin Akerman) becomes engaged to the man of her dreams. Luckily, the wedding brings around the man (Nathaniel Marsden) who will change her bridesmaid status for good, along with the help of her nephew Brett (Ryan Laskey). Check out some photos of Katie ...
Heigl the Bridesmaid
Katherine Makes Waves
Katherine Looks Pretty

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This looks like such a cute date movie. I can't waite till it comes out. I really like the poster as well. Good for her for stepping out and doing the whole acting on the big screen and not just sticking to television.

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i <3 that poster!

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She's really pretty whatever dress she wore! Cant wait to see her new movie! :]

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I've can't wait! I saw the preview for it a long time ago and now seeing the sneak peeks of it is making me more excited to see it!

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I thought that they guys in the movie were Edward Burns and James Marsden.
I'm confused!

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I like the last one. it completley captures her.

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Katherine looks so pretty! I can't wait for the movie to come out.

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