On Wednesday night, Kate Hudson hit the L.A. premiere of her new thriller “Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon.” “Extras” Melvin Robert spoke with Kate, who played a stripper and single mom in the film. Which shows some of his pole dancing skills.
The actress was “ready” to show off her moves.
Whereas director Anna Lily Amirpour couldn’t portray Kate on a stripper pole before. The actress was “ready” to show her moves. Along with explaining Anna’s realistic style of shooting, Kate opened up about filming the film. She said, “It was wild. It’s a small-budget film; we were running down Bourbon Street. We had so much fun.
How did Bonnie portray her character?
Regarding how Bonnie portrayed her character, Kate commented, “I didn’t want her to look attractive. She’s, like, who she isn’t. She’s just a survivor, goes to work, gets her whoever.” She does what she wants. Loves that money, and tries to cook food for her son. There is a lot of freedom in not caring what people think.
I’ve been very familiar with pole-dancing for a long time
When asked how long she has been training for pole-dancing scenes. Kate replied, “I’ve been very familiar with pole dancing for a long time. She mentioned her previous workout classes with Sheila Kelly in her 20s. When asked Kate if she was similar to her character. She said, “There are some things about Bonnie that I wish I had like she doesn’t care.
In the film, Hudson plays a mother
In the film, Hudson plays a mother who has a son who talks to her. How does she handle it in real life with her kids? Kate replied, “It’s not going well in my house. I’m actually quite a strict parent. My kids don’t talk back. They know it has consequences, but it happens. Kid, your patience.” And let’s test the limits. My rule for kids is no conversation. If it’s not there, it’ll never be a yes.
Hudson noted that the album
Kate recently teased that she is going to release some music. She said, “I’m really excited about it. In COVID, I was like, ‘If I don’t make the record, I’ll regret it.’ In my life, all I have to do is make a record. I’m making a record with Linda Perry. Hudson noted that the album “should be done very soon.
Mona Lisa and Blood Moon
Kate also discussed the advice she gets from mom Goldie Hawn. She commented, “For me, my mom is more comfortable. When I need a big warm hug I call my mom. Really nice to have someone who’s really a mom- Understands some of the challenges of being a father and working and working in the world. “Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon” hits theaters on Sept. 30.