In an interview with W Magazine, the “Bride Wars” actress sounded off on her new film and her past marriage to Black Crowes rocker Chris Robinson.</center>
She gushed about her ex, though she kept mum on the subject of recent relationships.
“We can talk about Chris till the dogs come home,” she said. “I married Chris, I had a baby with Chris, Chris will be in my life for the rest of my life. But everything else — I’ve learned that things are better left private until you’re actually planning the wedding.”
And though their romance is over, Kate said she and Chris talk regularly.
“We iChat with Chris constantly,” she added. “No matter what is going on in my life, relationship-wise, Chris takes absolute precedence. It’s important for Ryder to hear me say how wonderful Chris is, and how much Chris misses him.”
It’s son Ryder, 4, who’s the real love of her life. A young mom, Kate doesn’t regret choosing him over Young Hollywood nightlife.
“Am I gonna look back and say, ‘God, I wish I could have gone to that… that… concert?’” she said. “I’d rather be listening to my son sing songs. I’d rather be watching him sleep.”
Though she makes her share of tabloid appearances, it’s the world of weddings that she can’t seem to escape from. Her new film, “Bride Wars,” finds her at odds with Anne Hathaway, with the actresses playing two friends who schedule their weddings on the same day.
“I play the classic extrovert, and she’s the classic introvert,” Kate said. “She sort of goes with the flow, gets a bit walked over sometimes, while I’m that got-it-all-figured-out, everything-needs-to-be-done-my-way, take-care-of-everything type. And that’s kind of how we are.”
The women bonded on set over an obsession with The Knot, a marriage magazine and Web site, she added.
But as for Kate’s own love life, with the actress now reportedly single, following a brief courtship with Lance Armstrong, does she expect to hear wedding bells at any point in the future?
“Every girl wants a fairy-tale ending,” Kate said. “And I believe it’s possible. Absolutely.”
Source | Access Hollywood
I was reading the article earlier at WMagazine.com and omg lmao @ her justifaction for picking crappy roles:
One suspects she loses little sleep over the common criticism that, since her Oscar-nominated turn in Almost Famous, she’s made a string of all-too-similar romantic comedies that have done little to show her range. “You never know how a movie is going to come out,” says Hudson, who has a chance to prove the doubters wrong with her next two films: Big Eyes, a drama in which she plays painter Margaret Keane, and the musical Nine, Rob Marshall’s film adaptation of the Broadway show, in which she was recently cast alongside Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard and Judi Dench. When it comes to critics, authors and musicians like her ex-husband are the ones who, she thinks, have the tougher burden. “When you are writing a book or a song, you are putting your words and your ideas out there. It’s all you. But at the end of the day, I was just a piece of the puzzle, and yeah, I’m the one who has to go out and sell [the movie]. But I can really dissociate myself from a film once I finish working on it. You have to.”