All Upcoming Kate Hudson Movies and TV Shows in 2024 and 2025

Kate Hudson is a name that resonates with charm, talent, and an infectious energy that lights up any room she enters. Born in the cinematic hustle of Los Angeles, California, to iconic actress Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, Kate’s voyage through the corridors of the film seemed written in the stars. However, it wasn’t her renowned ancestry alone that carved her path; it was her undeniable prowess and unwavering dedication. From her initial appearances in movies like ‘Desert Blue,’ ‘Bride Wars,’ and ‘200 Cigarettes’ to her standout portrayal of the spirited Penny Lane in ‘Almost Famous,’ Hudson has consistently displayed her broad acting range.

Moreover, Hudson’s talents aren’t restricted to movies alone. TV shows like ‘Truth Be Told’ also feature her unignorable charisma. Throughout her career journey, recognition and applause have followed her, crowned with a Golden Globe victory and an Academy Award nomination. Hudson’s cinematic odyssey stands as evidence of her commitment, adaptability, and hunger for varied roles. Be it lighthearted romantic comedies like ‘How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days‘ or gripping tales like ‘Deepwater Horizon,’ the actress has shown that she’s an epicenter of talent. As we applaud her noteworthy contributions to film, curiosity naturally arises about her future endeavors. Here they are:

1. Shell (TBA)

‘Shell’ is an upcoming psychological thriller film that promises to delve deep into the human psyche’s obsession with eternal youth and beauty. The film’s premise revolves around a young struggling actress named Samantha (Elisabeth Moss). Samantha is presented with a unique opportunity: a free trial at a pioneering health and beauty company named Shell. This company boasts a groundbreaking treatment that guarantees that its clients will look young forever. After undergoing the treatment, Samantha’s life and career are dramatically transformed. She even forms a close bond with Zoe Shannon, the glamorous CEO of Shell (Kate Hudson). However, as the story unfolds, a series of mysterious disappearances involving Shell’s clients begins to surface, including the vanishing of a renowned social media influencer, Chloe Benson, brought to life by Kaia Gerber.

Hudson, who recently impressed her fans with her performance in ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,’ steps into the shoes of Zoe Shannon, the enigmatic CEO of Shell. Her character is central to the unfolding drama and her interactions with Samantha will be pivotal to the narrative. Moss’s character, Samantha, finds herself entangled in a web of intrigue and suspense as she navigates Shell’s glamorous yet perilous world.

Directed by Max Minghella, known for his work on ‘Teen Spirit,’ the movie is backed by a screenplay penned by Jack Stanley. Notably, Moss and Minghella also collaborate on Hulu’s award-winning drama series, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale.’ The synergy between the two is palpable and fans are eager to see their dynamic unfold on the big screen. As the anticipation builds, the film is in its post-production phase and its release details are currently under wraps.

2. Untitled Mindy Kaling/Kate Hudson/Netflix Basketball Series (TBA)

This is a Netflix sports comedy TV series based around basketball, directed by James Ponsoldt and written by David Stassen (showrunner), Ike Barinholtz, and Mindy Kaling. It will be a 10-episode series that follows Isla Gordon (Hudson) who, following the resignation of her brother as the president of the celebrated basketball franchise Los Angeles Waves in the aftermath of a scandal, takes over the role. But she has to prove herself worthy of the position to the board, her brothers, and the entire male-dominated sports community. Alongside Hudson, the cast includes Chet Hanks, Brenda Song, Max Greenfield, Scott MacArthur, Keyla Monterroso Mejia, and Randy Vasquez. Inspired by the front office of the Los Angeles Lakers, the series has controlling owner/ Los Angeles Lakers Jeanie Marie Buss as an executive producer along with Lakers front office member Linda Rambis. Jordan Rambis is also producing. Currently in its pre-production phase, the series is yet to receive a release date.

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