Wednesday, February 27, 2008


KATE is on the cover of the new ELLE UK magazine for the April issue. The magazine is in shops now

Kate attends 1st Hollywood Domino Tournament

1st Hollywood Domino Tournament hosted by De Grisogono at the Beverly Hills Hotel on February 21, 2008 in Beverly Hills, California.


Actress KATE HUDSON has called for a U.S. law to make it illegal for paparazzi to photograph celebrities' children without prior consent.
The Almost Famous star has a young son, Ryder, with her ex-husband, The Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson, and finds it infuriating when photographers take pictures of her out in public with her child.
She says, "It bothers me, it bothers my parents (Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell). Ryder doesn't know what that is. He's four years old.
"It's aggressive, it's bizarre and it makes him self-conscious. And kids should always be kids, they should never be self-conscious of what they're doing.
"That should be illegal."

Kate wins ELLE Style award

Congrats to Kate !!!

Kate attends Bafta's

Kate was in London recently to present an award at the Bafta's. Here are some pictures of Kate on the red carpet

Kate has Big Eyes

Kate has signed up to do a new movie called "Big Eyes". Here is a little bit about what it's about

Kate Hudson is set to star in "Big Eyes," the independently financed film about painter Margaret Keane.
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Production is tentatively slated for June, depending on the prospects for the resolution of a new SAG contract.

Hudson will play Keane, the painter whose distinctive creations featuring big-eyed children became one of art's first mass-market success stories in the 1950s. The drama covers Keane's personal awakening at the onset of the feminist movement, leading to a lawsuit she filed against her husband, Walter, who claimed credit for her works.

The film is being produced by Dan Halsted, Bonafide partners Albert Berger and Ron Yerxa, and Andrew Meieran, the latter of whom put up the financing on the film through his Bureau of Moving Pictures banner.

The producers just engaged Nicolas Chartier's Voltage Pictures to broker territory sales at the European Film Market in Berlin. Domestic rights will be sold later.

Voltage, started by Chartier and Dean Devlin in 2005, just wrapped the Kathryn Bigelow-directed "The Hurt Locker," and will be in Berlin repping "Phoebe in Wonderland," "Spread" and the horror pic "Open Graves."

Hudson, who opens Friday opposite Matthew McConaughey in the Andy Tennant-directed "Fool's Gold," next stars in the Gary Winick-directed New Regency comedy "Bride Wars."

Alexander and Karaszewski penned "1408" and "Ed Wood."

Friday, February 8, 2008

Kate on Letterman

Kate on was Letterman last night to discuss her new movie "Fool's Gold" you can watch the interview below

Kate & Matt @ TRL

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

The Today Show

Kate was on the Today Show this Morning, here is the the interview

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Kate @ The Super bowl

Kate Hudson looks on before Super Bowl XLII between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots on February 3, 2008 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona

Kate Unscripted

Monday, February 4, 2008

Kate "Matthew and I wouldn't work."

It's one of the themes in Fool's Gold and a belief Kate Hudson holds in her own heart.

A year ago, soon after her split from musician Chris Robinson after seven years of marriage, Hudson took off for Australia to shoot the film.

"It was a difficult time for me," she says over a late breakfast at the Rose Cafe, after sleeping in at her nearby home. She orders a spinach omelet with egg whites, minus the Swiss cheese — wanting to look slim for a premiere later that week.

Taking off for five months was "probably the best thing I could have done," she says, "because there was just so much going on. It was good for all of us to be in a different place."

"Us" is Robinson and their 4-year-old son, Ryder.

Like her "foolish" character, Tess, who try as she might, just can't get her ex hubby, Finn (Matthew McConaughey), out of her head, Hudson has likewise remained close with Robinson.

"For me, the love changes form," says Hudson, 28, fiddling with her vintage tortoise-shell sunglasses she recently discovered in New York. "I have to remove myself for a little bit and ask for time with no contact."

After some distance, Robinson came with Ryder to visit her Down Under in Port Douglas. "Toward the end, the most difficult part was putting Ryder on that long flight back to Los Angeles," she recalls of the mother and son's three-week separation. "You zone out for those 14 hours, telling yourself he's fine. It's a lesson in letting things go. He was with his daddy and happy. But that transition for mothers is really hard."

Says Fool's Gold director Andy Tennant: "She was going through a tough time. Chris was down there quite a bit. It made it better for everybody that she had some sense of family and being a mom. Like most women who juggle career and family, she can turn on the Kate Hudson we all know when she's working, but when she's not, she's mom and watching out for her toddler."

Ryder, she says, is a very happy boy who has become a disciple of all things Star Wars, just like Hudson's older brother, actor Oliver Hudson (of CBS's Rules of Engagement), when he was a boy. In the bedroom they shared as kids, "Ollie" slept in his Star Wars sheets, while she snuggled in her Annie bedding.

When Hudson took Ryder to the FAO Schwarz store in New York over the winter, he "went out of his mind," she says. "He's all about his lightsabers. He got Yoda's lightsaber and the double Darth Maul one — pretty cool."

Though she prefers to have Ryder as close as possible during film shoots, she says some moms, like her own (Goldie Hawn), find it difficult to work with their kids around. "My mom was way more independent than I was," she recalls. "My mom traveled a lot and worked a lot, and she was way busier. And she wouldn't take us. When she was doing Private Benjamin, I remember she went away for three weeks and came back, and then went away for two weeks and came back."

Hudson's new constant on-set companion is Pomeranian Clara Bow, whom her ex-husband has dubbed "Delta Burke." She and Robinson share custody of their other two dogs: Doctor, a bulldog, and Bella, a mastiff she had given Robinson for a birthday.

For now, pets are preferable to paramours. The prospect of dating is totally unappealing. "I have no desire," she says, adding that she doesn't believe in exposing Ryder to men she introduces into her life. "If I go out, it's like once a month, and I end up in a tabloid with somebody lying about me. It's not fun, and it's not worth it."

Hudson sidesteps talking about former beau Owen Wilson, whom she visited after his suicide attempt, and explains it's too soon to discuss memories of her Four Feathers co-star, Heath Ledger. Hudson has found comfort in commiserating with Ledger's Brokeback Mountain co-star Ann Hathaway, her new friend and on-screen adversary in the soon-to-shoot comedy Bride Wars.

In both Bride Wars, due in 2009, and the comedy My Best Friend's Girl, scheduled for Sept. 19, Hudson plays an attorney. But in Fool's Gold, she is a simple servant on a yacht, and her ex-husband suddenly appears, in search of sunken treasure.

For their second on-screen go-around, the two learned to embrace their differences. "I drive her crazy," McConaughey acknowledges. "I've talked to her about being tardy. 'Come on, don't be tardy.' I always think I'm right; she always thinks she's right."

Just the idea of romancing McConaughey in real life causes Hudson to squirm just a bit in her chair. A "raunchy" sex scene they shot for the film (ultimately edited out) gave her a sense of how they'd fare as a couple.

"The fact that I couldn't stop laughing was a bad sign," she says. "He was making (grunting) sounds that I never heard of. No, Matthew and I wouldn't work."

Sunday, February 3, 2008

Kate Hudson / Fool's Gold Cocktail Reception

Kate joined by Chase Crawford at the "Fool's Gold" Cocktail Reception at Audi Forum Phoenix