Kate Hudson (19.4.1979) Kate Hudson is an American actress and Golden Globe winner, best known for her work in the films Almost Famous and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. Kate Hudson: Net Worth In 2013, it was stated by Celebrity Net worth that Kate Hudson was worth 38 million USD. Kate Hudson: Childhood Child of actors Bill Hudson and Goldie Hawn, Kate and her brother Oliver were born in Los Angles, California. Eighteen months after she was born, Kate's parents split up and she moved with her mother and broth to Snowmass, Colorado. She also spent time growing up in Pacific Palisades, California, with her mother's long-term partner, Kurt Russell. In 1997, she graduated from a prep school in Santa Monica. She received a place at New York University, but followed a carrier in acting, rather than taking an undergraduate degree. Name: Career Hudson had a few television and minor film roles between 1996 and 2000, when she landed the role in Cameron Crowe's film, Almost Famous, which earned her the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress. In 2002, she starred in The Four Feathers, although it was released to negative reviews from critics and audiences. The next year, Hudson starred in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days which received far better box-office success. Similarly, her role in the 2006 film - You, Me and Dupree - saw positive feedback. Hudson made her directorial debut in 2007 with the film Cutlass, starring her mother's partner Kurt Russell, Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart. The following year she appeared alongside Matthew McConaughey in Fool's Gold and My Best Friend's Girl in the same year. She also appeared 2009 musical, Nine, with Daniel Day-Lewis, before getting a part on the television show Glee. In 2014, she appeared in Zach Braff's film, Wish I was Here. Name: Personal life On New Year's Eve, 2000, Hudson married Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes. In 2004, the two had a son, yet in 2007, they finalised their divorce. In 2011, Hudson became engaged to Matthew Bellamy of Muse, three months before their son was born. She is known to practice Buddhism like her mother. Her relationship with her biological father, Bill Hudson, is cold, and she prefers to think of Kurt Russell as her true father.
This reunion of actor Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg feels like a natural successor to their previous collaboration Lone Survivor, another true story adapted into a movie that wallows in both heroism and violence. This film recounts the events of April 2010, when a drilling rig off the coast of Louisiana exploded, creating the biggest oil-spill in US history. It's the story of the people who were working there, and while there's a clear attempt to honour the memory of the 11 men who died that night, the cast and crew also want to create an entertaining action-disaster movie.
Wahlberg plays Mike, the chief technician on the Deepwater Horizon, an oil platform more than a half-hour flight from land. As the film opens, he kisses his wife (Kate Hudson) and daughter goodbye and heads off for a three-week shift alongside boss Jimmy (Kurt Russell), drilling foreman Jason (Ethan Suplee) and pilot Andrea (Gina Rodriguez). When some discrepancies delay their work, Mike finds himself under pressure from the corporate boss (John Malkovich) to get on with the work and get back on schedule. Under order to ignore some questionable safety tests, they carry on drilling until the well erupts, triggering a massive ball of flame.
After the increasingly tense build-up, the movie becomes a more traditional disaster movie, as characters run for their lives or dive into the inferno to save someone. Some of this is cleverly conceived and played out, including several striking set-pieces. But the main focus here is on rah-rah courage. The most heroic roles go to Wahlberg, Russell, O'Brien (as a driller) and Kirkpatrick (as a crane operator). While Malkovich chomps deliciously and villainously on the scenery. But the most engaging role goes to Rodriguez as a woman who is genuinely terrified about what's happening but still manages to do her job. She's the only person on-screen who feels like a real person, and the irony isn't lost that she's also the only woman among this crew of macho tough guys.
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This animated trilogy concludes on a very high note with this smart, involving and often hilarious adventure. Both the writing and the animation are especially strong this time around, drawing in bigger themes while still keeping things both thrilling and very silly. But it's the endearing central characters who make it resonate.
As the Dragon Warrior, the panda Po (voiced by Jack Black) is struggling to rise to the challenge to become a teacher, coaxed by his master Shifu (Dustin Hoffman). He'd rather be out fighting battles with his five warrior pals Tigress, Monkey, Mantis, Viper and Crane (Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan, Seth Rogen, Lucy Liu and David Cross). Then he meets his long-lost father Li (Bryan Cranston), who tells him of a secret homeland for pandas, where Po might be able to find himself. Meanwhile, the power-mad warlord Kai (J.K. Simmons) has broken through from the spirit realm, determined to collect the chi of every master in the mortal world. So it's rather urgent that Po discovers his own chi before Kai finds him.
This is far more than the usual story about discovering your place in life. It's a complex exploration of how our backgrounds and communities contribute to who we are, and why each of us has a distinct role to play. These themes emerge naturally through the snappy, sometimes exhilarating story and characters. In voicing Po, Black finds the perfect balance between goofiness and honest emotion that often eludes him in live-action roles. His interaction with all of the surrounding characters bristles with humour and insight, with sharply funny one-liners peppering every scene. Most of the side roles are spread very thinly, but both Cranston and Simmons register strongly, while Jolie and Hoffman get some solid scenes all their own. And Hudson's riotously flirtatious ribbon-dancing panda easily steals her scenes.
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Mother's Day is the latest in the series of Garry Marshall's films which include Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve. The film follows a group of families in the run up to mother's day. There's Sandy, a single mom of two boys; Bradley who's a single father looking after his daughters and many more. The thing that connects all the different people in this film is that they're all connected by women - or the lack of.
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Po and The Furious Five return in Kung Fu Panda 3! Po might now be the undisputed Dragon Warrior but his mission of self-growth and protection for the citizens of the Valley of Peace. Taking advice from the person he trusts most, Master Shifu Po discovers that his real journey is just beginning as he must transition from warrior to teacher.
After finding his birth father, Li, Po finally feels he belongs to someone. Po's stepdad, Mr Ping on the other hand isn't so convinced that this new panda is a relative at all! The Panda's travel to a secret panda village where Po, for the first time, is surrounded by Bears - most clumsy - just like him.
When a supernatural beast named Kai comes to their region, he threatens to put the lives a of some of the animals Po loves most in danger. To survive the attack by Kai, Po must train his new family and teach them how to fight for themselves - after all, surely they all have some of the Dragon Warrior in them?
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The Jonas Brother and Hudson are reported to be an item but both are doing their best to stay quiet on the rumours.
Are Nick Jonas and Kate Hudson really an item? Well this one’s proving a little tricky to get to the bottom of. But earlier this week, Ellen DeGeneres gave it her best shot when Nick Jonas appeared on her chat show and described himself as currently 'alone'.
Nick Jonas says he’s ‘alone’ despite Kate Hudson rumours.
When asked about his break-up with Olivia Culpo, Jonas said he was doing okay admitting, “It’s an adjustment. I was with my ex now for two years and then [my] life dramatically changed.” The singer certainly has plenty to keep him occupied at the moment, with his latest album as well as roles on 'Scream Queens' and 'Kingdom'.
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Hudson appeared on 'Watch What Happens: Live', and avoiding having to talk about the rumours until a caller asked her directly.
Chat show host Andy Cohen had tried his best to avoid asking his guest Kate Hudson about her rumoured romance with Nick Jonas on ‘Watch What Happens: Live’, but a caller to the show ended up doing it instead, ending in a slightly awkward exchange.
The 36 year old actress was a guest on Tuesday night’s edition of the Bravo show (October 20th), and has been widely rumoured to be dating the former boyband member for the last couple of months. Cohen was clearly itching to ask the question himself, but wanted to put Hudson at ease throughout the interview. However, he was excited that the opportunity came from elsewhere for him to press the question on everybody’s lips.
Kate Hudson dodged questions about Nick Jonas
Ten months after their separation, Kate Hudson has opened up about her relationship with Matthew Bellamy.
Kate Hudson has revealed the reason why she separated from her ex-fiancé, Matthew Bellamy. The 36-year-old Good People actor and Fabletics co-founder discussed her relationship with Bellamy in a recent interview in Allure.
Kate Hudson at the 9th Annual God's Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards in New York, October 2015.
Nick Jonas was spotted with Kate Hudson over the week but he’s not willing to answer questions about their relationship just yet.
Not a week goes by without some new rumour about Nick Jonas’ love life springing up online. This week it’s been his possible budding relationship with Kate Hudson. However, although the internet may be crying out for confirmation of their romantic involvement, Jonas wasn’t prepared to give anything away during a recent radio interview.
Nick Jonas at WE Day celebrations in Toronto in October 2015.
Kate Hudson shared a selfie of Jennifer Aniston on Instagram to mark the first day of filming ‘Mother’s Day’.
It’s rare to see Jennifer Aniston on social media so it came as a surprise when her face popped up on Kate Hudson’s Instagram. Hudson managed to grab a selfie with Aniston on the set of Mother’s Day and shared the picture with her 2.1 million followers. The picture appeared to be on the first day of filming as Hudson marked it ‘Day 1’ so we may see more of Aniston on Hudson’s social media as filming progresses.
Jennifer Aniston at the L.A. premiere of She's Funny That Way in August 2015.
The 65 year old singer has described his two eldest children as being ‘dead’ to him.
Bill Hudson, the father of actors Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson has said he’s disowned his two famous children following messages they posted online during Father’s Day last weekend. Speaking to the Daily Mail, the 65 year old musician who has five children, says he now considers himself a father of three and wants Kate and Oliver to stop using his last name.
Kate and Oliver Hudson have been ‘disowned’ by their father Bill.
On Father’s Day Oliver had posted a throwback picture of himself and Kate on Twitter with their biological dad Bill and captioned it, ‘Happy Abandonment Day ….. @katehudson.’ Later Kate posted an image of the sibling’s with their mother’s long term partner Kurt Russell, writing ‘Pa, just simply … thank you. Happy Father's Day. I love you to the moon and back.’
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