Kate Hudson Movies
What could make for a more delightful and hilarious night than watching a string of Kate Hudson movies? The bubbly blonde starlet with the megawatt starlet has been a fixture on the Hollywood scene ever since her breakout role in 2000's "Almost Famous," for which she received an Oscar nomination. In the past years, Kate Hudson has been known for her comedic hits as well as for more serious films. Some of Kate Hudson's most notable movies include "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days," "You, Me and Dupree," "Bride Wars" and "The Skeleton Key."
"Almost Famous" is a drama that was released into theaters in the autumn of 2000. In "Almost Famous," Kate Hudson portrays young Penny Lane, who is a groupie in the world of early 1970s rock music. The film is centered around a teenage music journalist that follows a fictional band around as they tour the nation. The cast includes Patrick Fugit, Frances McDormand, Billy Crudup, Zooey Deschanel and Jason Lee.
"How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" is a charming 2003 romantic comedy that cemented Kate Hudson's meteoric rise to stardom as a comic queen, similar to her mother, actress Goldie Hawn. In the movie, Kate Hudson plays Andie, a writer for a women's magazine who, for the purpose of a story, has to force an unassuming guy to date and then dump her within ten days. The cast includes Matthew McConaughey, Annie Parisse, Shalom Harlow and Kathryn Hahn.
"You, Me and Dupree" is a wacky and lighthearted romantic comedy that hit theaters in the summer of 2006. The cast of "You, Me and Dupree" consists of Kate Hudson, Matt Dillon, Owen Wilson and Michael Douglas. The plot of the film focuses on lovable but goofy Dupree (played by Owen Wilson), who upon losing his job stays at the house of his best friend and his new wife (Matt Dillon and Kate Hudson), much to their annoyance and dismay.
"The Skeleton Key" is a 2005 mystery drama that stars Kate Hudson, John Hurt, Gena Rowlands, Peter Sarsgaard, Maxine Barnett and Joy Bryant. The movie is about Caroline, who is a young nurse in a plantation residence in New Orleans, and all of the eerie situations that surround her, including those involving folk magic and rituals.
"Bride Wars" is a good-natured 2009 comedy that focuses on two female best friends who, upon discovering that both of them wish to get married at the exact same venue on the exact same day, become bitter rivals. Many laugh-out-loud hijinks and pranks then ensue. The cast of "Bride Wars" is composed of Kate Hudson, Anne Hathaway, Candice Bergen, Chris Pratt, Kristen Johnston and Brya Greenberg. Kate Hudson also co-produced the movie.
"Le Divorce" is a 2003 relationship drama that stars Naomi Watts, Kate Hudson, Melvil Poupaud, Stockard Channing and Leslie Caron. In "Le Divorce," Kate Hudson acts as Isabel, a young American who visits her sister and her French husband in Paris, France. The film focuses on the cultural clash between American and French societies.