New York -- Production has begun in New York on the romantic comedy "Something Borrowed," starring Ginnifer Goodwin and Kate Hudson, Alcon Entertainment said.
Co-starring Colin Egglesfield, Steve Howey and John Krasinski, "Something Borrowed" is being directed by Luke Greenfield from a screenplay written by Jennie Urman, Jennie Snyder and Jordan Roberts, adapted from the best-selling novel of the same name by Emily Giffin.
The film follows Rachel, a single, talented attorney at a top New York law firm, who has one drink too many at her 30th birthday party and unexpectedly ends up in bed with the guy she's had a crush on since law school, who just happens to be her best friend's fiance, explained a synopsis of the film.
After breaking up with Kate Hudson, the New York Yankees stud Alex Rodriguez has recently hooked up with Cameron Diaz, which has infuriated Kate who was in a relationship with Alex from May to December last year.
New York -- U.S. actress Kate Hudson says that, as a lifelong fashion fan, she loved the glitz and glamor of the costumes in her new movie musical "Nine."
"It was great. Look, I have written down here how to pronounce 'Swarovski' because I always say it wrong," Hudson told reporters in New York recently. "I'm a huge clothes fanatic."
Hudson plays an American Vogue reporter who interviews an iconic filmmaker played by Daniel Day-Lewis in "Nine," which is set in 1960s Italy.
The actress said her fascination with fashion dates back to when she was a child and she watched designer Bob Mackie create "phenomenal costumes, dresses and gowns" for her mother, actress Goldie Hawn.
Kate Hudson will not be walking up the aisle with baseball boyfriend Alex Rodriguez just yet - a spokesperson for the sports star has slammed reports the couple is set to wed.
The actress, who has been dating the Yankees ace - nicknamed A-Rod - since November (08), was spotted sporting a diamond on her ring finger on Monday (07Sep09), sparking speculation the pair was planning a wedding.
But a representative for Rodriguez has strenuously denied the rumours, telling GossipCop.com the story is "absolutely not true." (CL/WNWC/ZN)
Kate Hudson has sparked speculation she is set to wed baseball boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, after she was spotted sporting a dazzling diamond on her ring finger.
The actress has been dating the Yankees ace - nicknamed A-Rod - since last November (08), and the pair has been almost inseparable ever since.
And the loved-up couple has started rumours they are planning to walk down the aisle, after Hudson was seen with a diamond band on her wedding finger on Monday night (07Sep09), according to the New York Daily News.
Representatives for both stars were unavailable for comment as WENN went to press. (CL/WNWCDN/ZN)
New York, June 8 Hollywood actress Kate Hudson's mother Goldie Hawn is urging her to stay away from American baseball icon Alex Rodriguez, fearing he might break her heart.
Hawn fears her daughter, who already had a failed marriage with musician Chris Robinson, could be left heartbroken by A-Rod, as Rodriguez is fondly called.
"Hawn feels it's high time Kate settled down and left the dating scene behind for a while," said a source close to the actresses.
"Kate's had a string of boyfriends since her divorce from Chris Robinson and it's always the same pattern - she falls hard and fast, then gets bored or has her heart broken. Goldie hates the idea of seeing Kate getting hurt again," the source added.
Los Angeles -- U.S. film stars Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson are dating again, a source told People magazine.
The "You, Me and Dupree" co-stars have dated and broken up several times since September 2006. Their last split reportedly was in May 2008.
"They're back together," a source told People, adding Hudson and her 5-year-old son Ryder spent this past Sunday at Wilson's Malibu home.
Hudson, who is known for her roles in "Bride Wars" and "Almost Famous," was previously married to musician Chris Robinson, who is Ryder's father. The pair separated in 2006 and were officially divorced the following year.
Wilson's film credits include "Marley & Me," "Wedding Crashers," "Starksy & Hutch" and "The Royal Tenenbaums."
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