Kate Hudson Reviews, Interviews & More

Sundance 2014: Wish I was Here - Movie Review

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  Many of us have spent the last year or so grumbling about how Zach Braff doesn't exactly need strangers' money to make his sophomore film Wish I was Here, which just premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.  Of course, we now know that it was more of a marketing experiment, aiming to prove to real investors that there was an audience for the film (in addition to the...

Glee: Wonder-ful: Episode 21 Season 4 – TV Review

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Glee – Arty and mom
Glee went full Stevie Wonder last night. Aside from covers of "Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" and "Higher Ground," "Wonder-ful" was filled with good news. Some of the glee kids got accepted into the school of their dreams, while others see their entertainment careers advancing rapidly.Plus, Kate Hudson returns as Cassandra July, to once again...

Kate Hudson: A Retrospective

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Out of all of the rom-com queens we've crowned and dethroned, Kate Hudson is the one I keep coming back to. Call me corny, but her performance as Penny Lane in Cameron Crowe's inspiring film Almost Famous permanently earned her spot in my heart. So, for Valentine's Day, let's look back on her career...

Glee: Glease: Episode 6 Season 4 – TV Review

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Glee – Ryder and Marley
When it was first announced that Glee's McKinley High would do a rendition of Grease, red flags were raised. Their last production was good, but only because Rachel and Kurt were still around. The current state of the glee club is vastly different. Marley has sort of become the new Rachel, but she hadn't made an impact until now. The new...

Glee: Season 4 Episode 2: Britney 2.0 – TV Review

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Glee: Brody and Rachel
Last night, Glee put on another Britney Spears inspired episode. The tone of "Britney 2.0" was completely different than "Britney/Brittany," and focused on the singer's personal life more than her actual music. Unlike the original, this episode was not what everyone was waiting for. Come to think about it,...

Glee: Season 4 Episode 1: The New Rachel – TV Review

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Glee – New, New Direction Kids
Glee's got new schools and fresh faces but the same old problems. Rachel's in New York being criticized by her once-fabulous dance teacher Cassandra July (Kate Hudson). While Kurt is stuck in Lima, Ohio suffering from the post-high school blues. McKinley's New Directions are also suffering -- from popularitis. It's a rare disease in which geeks get popular,...

Kate Hudson to Star in Joe Lynch's Everly

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Something Borrowed: Kate Hudson
Since her Oscar nomination for 2000's Almost Famous, Kate Hudson has followed the blueprint for starlets: Lots of romantic comedies, and at least one thriller. What she hasn't done much of is acting, or at least acting more than "charming." That is a skill-set unto itself, but she's definitely fallen into a number of boring movies. So it's good news that she's been...

New DVD Releases: Something Borrowed, Jane Eyre, Priest

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Rom-Com lovers get to bug out this week as Something Borrowed lands on DVD with the dubious honor of the first real summer release to hit shelves. Oh happy day! But the real winner this week are period film buffs who get The Conspirator and Jane Eyre on DVD this week. Two films which, after much investigation,...

Interview:Kate Hudson and Ginnifer Goodwin for Something Borrowed

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Something Borrowed - Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin
Something Borrowed, directed by Luke Greenfield and based on the internationally acclaimed novel by Emily Griffin hits theaters this weekend. Standing toe-to-toe with highly anticipated Thor, I'm certain the filmmakers are banking on their celebrity-stocked cast to score serious numbers at the box office. We we fortunate enough to sit down...

Something Borrowed: Movie Review

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Something Borrowed: The Girls Dance Scene
Ah, the rules of feminism. Who came up with them, how flexible are they and when is it legitimately fair to pull an "Oh NO she didn't?"  National best-selling author, Emily Griffin, has an opinion or two in her novel, Something Borrowed, which was quickly adapted and now stands several days shy of release. Directed by Luke Greenfield (The Girl Nextdoor) and...

Something Borrowed - Time for a Hudson/Goodwin Rom-Com

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We're getting close to this summer's wedding, rom-com (there's got to be at least one right?) with the champ of this genre Kate Hudson (this will be her 9th rom-com, many of which have marriage in there somewhere) Something Borrowed. This time she will be playing the bride-zilla, and the little cutie that everyone loves Ginnifer Goodwin playing the bride that...

The Killer Inside Me: Movie Review

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The Killer Inside Me: Casey Affleck
The latest movie from prolific but patchy Michael Winterbottom, The Killer Inside Me, is faithfully adapted from a novel by black-hearted pulp writer Jim Thompson. It features a stand-out performance by Casey Affleck as the cold-blooded psycho of the title, but with walk-outs and angry reactions at Sundance earlier this year (listen to them here), it is already the...

New The Killer Inside Me Trailer and Poster

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The creepiness that is Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside Me has been released. The film that turned this year's Sundance Film Festival on its ear (listen to the outrage) is going after general audiences so get ready. The film stars Casey Affleck, Kate Hudson, and Jessica Alba as a trio involved in sex, murder, and more murder.

Official The Killer Inside Me Trailer

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Out of all the films to get trashed at this year's Sundance Film Festival The Killer Inside Me took the cake. The audience's reaction to it was less than stellar (listen to the outrage) and at one point a woman had to be physically removed from the theater because she was shouting her disdain at the top of her lungs. No matter how you feel about the film it's...

Sundance 2010: The Crowd Turns on The Killer Inside Me - Listen Now

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Last night after the premiere of Michael Winterbottom's film, The Killer Inside Me starring Casey Affleck, Kate Hudson and Jessica Alba, the director, producers and some of the actors walked out onto the stage and before anyone could ask a question an angry audience member decided to tell them "the film was so violent that she couldn't believe it was accepted into...

Kate Hudson Sings Cinema Italiano For Nine

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Nine - Kate Hudson Struts Her Stuff
Rob Marshall's musical Nine won't hit theaters until Christmas Day, but you can still check out some of the tunes featured on the soundtrack. Most of the actors in the film have sung onscreen before, but co-star Kate Hudson will be making her recording debut with the song, "Cinema Italiano." Check out her vocals below...

New Nine Trailer Features a Dancing Kate Hudson

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Nine - Kate Hudson Struts Her Stuff
Kate Hudson takes front and center in the latest trailer for Rob Marshall's upcoming musical, Nine. The film hits theaters this Christmas and features an Oscar winning cast led by the talented Daniel Day-Lewis. Nine is an adaptation of the Broadway play of the same name and is being considered as one of the early front runners this awards season. Check out...

The Killer Inside Me Trailer

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A really, really long trailer has been released for The Killer Inside Me, a drama we reported on a few months back that stars Casey Affleck, Jessica Alba, Kate Hudson, Bill Pullman, and Elias Koteas. The cast sounds random, but the film is based on the popular Jim Thompson novel of the same name. The trailer is a little over 5 minutes long and gives...

Daniel Day-Lewis Photos From Nine

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Nine - Daniel Seduces The Audience
A few more photos from Rob Marshall's film adaptation of Nine have been released. They feature Academy Award winners Daniel Day-Lewis, Nicole Kidman, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, and Sophia Loren as well as Oscar nominee Kate Hudson. I'm convinced only critically acclaimed actors could audition for this film. Check out the ladies and the man in action...

New DVD Releases: Bride Wars, The Uninvited, Hotel For Dogs

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This week, our DVD shelf is filled with a variety of movies including Bride Wars, a drama starring UFC Fighters, and a horror movie you couldn't tell apart from any other. And those aren't the worst of the DVD releases! There's also a direct-to-disc movie starring Ron Jeremy! Of course, there's also some good stuff in there somewhere. Read on to find out...