PEOPLE: Katherine Heigl: I don't believe my own press

Katherine Heigl: I don’t believe my own press

NEW YORK — Former ‘‘Grey’s Anatomy’’ star Katherine Heigl says she’s happy to make headlines, but stories about her in the media are often exaggerated.

Heigl’s comments in the past have been known to make waves in the entertainment world. She called the 2007 comedy ‘‘Knocked Up,’’ in which she starred, ‘‘a little sexist.’’ Later, she refused to seek an Emmy nomination after saying ‘‘Grey’s’’ writers didn’t give her enough award-worthy material.

Heigl says she doesn’t have ‘‘any major problem’’ with what’s written about her. But she adds that she tries to keep her perspective so she doesn’t believe her own press.

Rowling says Harry Potter could return

CHICAGO — Could Harry Potter return to work more magic?

J.K. Rowling is leaving open the possibility. She told Oprah Winfrey in a taped interview airing Friday that she may someday write another novel in the popular series.

Rowling said the characters are still in her head and she ‘‘could definitely’’ write several new books about them. She said: ‘‘I’m not going to say I won’t.’’ For now, she feels she’s moved on to a new phase of her writing.

More than 400 million copies of the books about the boy wizard have been sold. Rowling said fame brought extreme pressures, including reporters searching her trash.

Hilton’s life on TV — again

NEW YORK — Oxygen is putting Paris Hilton back on the air in another reality series documenting her life.

The network said this week that the series is so far untitled and will be an all-encompassing look at the hotel heiress’ friends, family and relationships.

The series has not yet begun production. No premiere date has been set.

Her previous TV series have included ‘‘The Simple Life’’ and ‘‘My New BFF.’’