Kate Hudson reveals her Hollywood secrets one layer at a time.
While taking a lie detector test for Vanity Fair, the ‘Glass Onion’ star was forced to decide which of her former co-stars was the best on-screen kiss she’s had.
Janelle Monáe showed off her photos of Matthew McConaughey, her ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’ co-star, and Billy Crudup, who she starred with on ‘Almost Famous’, asking who the best kisser was.
“I think Billy kisses softer. Better? I wouldn’t say better. Definitely…definitely just softer. It’s a more sophisticated version of a kiss,” Hudson said. “It’s like the theater, Stanislavski (Crudup) and, like, Longhorns (McConaughey).”
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Monáe then showed him a photo of Dane Cook, who she shared a kiss with in the 2008 film “My Best Friend’s Girl,” and asked him if he compared himself to his other co-stars.
“No. Canceled.” For her part, Cook previously called Hudson her worst on-screen kiss in 2014, but appeared to backtrack on her comments later that year, according to Us Weekly.
Hudson’s kiss to beat them all, however, was the one she shared with Liv Tyler in “Dr. T and the Women.”
Hudson said Tyler, who she affectionately calls “Poopy Schpoops,” “has the sweetest lips ever” and couldn’t forget “those lips, those Tyler lips.”
Although Hudson would love to cancel Cook after their on-set kiss, it’s her “Glass Onion” character, Birdie Jay, who is constantly on the verge of being canceled, forcing Hudson to answer for some of the other characters she played. and whether they should be cancelled.
Regarding her “Bride Wars” character, Liv, Hudson said, “I don’t think Liv should be canceled. I think Liv should live.” Her character in the movie uses some pretty dodgy tactics to make sure her marriage is better than her former best friend’s, who she’s feuding with.
She was then asked about her ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days’ character, Andy Anderson, saying rather than being cancelled, ‘she should be rewarded’, explaining ‘she’s brave to put herself in the place she’s in. came inside”.
“I provoked him to get beat up in a movie theater, but I did it for all the people who needed it, like it was necessary,” Hudson said of the character. McConaughey, Benjamin. “She’s a heroine.”
In the film, Hudson’s character is an advice columnist who begins writing her guide to getting a guy in 10 days or less and sets her sights on Benjamin Berry, played by McConaughey, who believes he can make people fall in love. from him any woman. in 10 days or less. Unaware of each other’s personal goals, the two begin to develop real feelings for each other.
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Hudson also weighed in on the debate over whether rom-coms are a thing of the past or will be making a comeback. The 90s and early 2000s were the height of romantic comedies, with films like “When Harry Met Sally”, “Sleepless In Seattle”, “Bridget Jones’ Diary”, “Sweet Home Alabama” and “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” defining the genre.
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“I don’t think he ever died,” Hudson said. “I think it’s not being given the attention it deserves. I think the best romantic comedies are very hard to do. So, no, I don’t think it’s dead.”