Kate Hudson reveals that her character in 'Glass Onion' is "very loud, super bold, loves to be fabulous, constantly searching for validation, needs to feel loved, and loves her clothes."
At the Los Angeles premiere of Kate Hudson's next film, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Murder Mystery, on Monday, Goldie Hawn and Hudson spent some quality mother-daughter time together. On the red carpet, Hawn, 76, and Hudson, 43, were beaming and posed in several humorous postures, per TODAY.
Hudson looked stunning in a glittering, high-necked gown with dramatic sleeves and a simple low bun. The 43-year-old actress was wearing Candy Ice earrings, Simone Jewels, and Kallati rings, as well as some golden eye shadow. Hudson will soon be seen opposite Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, and other stars in the upcoming movie Glass Onion.
Hawn sported stunning black pants, a long jacket with elaborate silver embroidery, and scene-stealing silver boots completed her stunning appearance. The mother-daughter duo had a ball at the premiere, with Hawn going in for a kiss on her daughter's cheek at one point, which caused Hudson to laugh out loud.
Having a conversation with PEOPLE at the Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery premiere in Los Angeles Hudson, 43, was praised as the cast's best sleuth on Monday, and she attributes this to having a built-in "bullsh** detector" thanks to her parents, Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. “That's what happens when you grow up with two movie stars as parents,” she said at the Academy Museum, dressed in her elegant sequined gown. “Your bullsh** detector is up here, you see it all. When you're little, you're like, 'That person's full of sh**, that person's full of sh**,' and I think it works really well when you're doing a murder mystery.”
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Hudson shared that the actors played the murder-mystery game Mafia frequently while filming in Greece and Monáe threw herself into the role by donning costumes and masks for her roles. "You see a different side to people when you play games, and it kind of takes, when it gets a little heated or you're in the moment, the veil comes down and you see someone's true nature," Hudson adds about the game. "You see how engaged they are, you see how, and in this particular group, we all had so much fun together and everyone played the games very differently."
The actors were much more alive when they were acting outside of character. "I mean, I have to say it was a little less serious than most Mafia games because it turned into a drinking dancing party very quickly," Hudson shared. "We were like, 'Okay, murder mystery is done. Let's just get to the music and have some more cocktails.' But we clearly fell in love with each other, all of us."
The mother of three claims that Birdie Jay, her character on-screen in the movie "is very loud, super bold, loves to be fabulous, constantly searching for validation, needs to feel loved, and loves her clothes" as far as what she can reveal. "One of the things that's so great about what Rian Johnson (the movie's writer) does — is that he has a very particular tone and writes these incredibly iconic characters," she adds. "But at the same time, they're so layered, they're very grounded. If you can ground them, they really come to life."
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