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Kate Hudson flaunts taut tummy in red cut-out dress at Netflix's nominees toast in West Hollywood
Oscar nominee Kate Hudson flaunted her taut tummy in a red cut-out dress while attending Netflix's Golden Globe and Critics Choice nominee toast at West Hollywood hotspot Catch LA on Sunday.The 43-year-old daughter of Goldie Hawn relied on her loyal glam squad to help prep her for the party - stylist Sophie Lopez, hairstylist Gregory Russell, and make-up artist Debra Ferullo.Kate - who just celebrated her eldest child's 19th birthday - made sure to pose with the big boss, Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos, at the bash. Mother-of-three: Oscar nominee Kate Hudson flaunted her taut tummy in a red cut-out dress while attending Netflix's Golden Globe and Critics Choice nominee toast at West Hollywood hotspot Catch LA on SundayHudson mingled with the likes of four-time Oscar winner Alejandro González Iñárritu, whose latest offering Bardo: False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths is streaming on Netflix.Speaking of Mexican maestros, Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro also greeted the Los Angeles native alongside his Pinocchio lyricist Roeban Katz and composer Alexandre Desplat.Kate's new movie Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is nominated for best picture (musical/comedy) and Daniel Craig is nominated for best actor (musical/comedy) at the 80th Golden Globe Awards, which air this Tuesday on NBC.Hudson played politically-incorrect designer Birdie Jay in Rian Johnson's critically-acclaimed who-done-it also, which scored six nods (including best acting ensemble) at the 28th Critics' Choice Awards airing January 15 on The CW.
Jamie Lee Curtis on 'funny as f**k' Daniel Craig as she admits 'jealousy' over Knives Out
Instagram to comment on one of Netflix's latest releases, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.The Hollywood actress praised Daniel Craig's performance as Benoit Blanc but questioned her "jealousy" after being left out of the casting for the 2022 thriller.Jamie took to Instagram in view of her 4.7 million followers to unleash her opinion on the 2022 Netflix film.She wrote: "When you're an actor, you're happy to have any gig. You learn and build your craft with each successive job."When you're thrown into the type of role that defines you the way Daniel has, you employ the same craft and skill but there can be ancillary complications."The tuxedo starts to feel very tight and restricting.The way he has slipped out of his tuxedo and into the lovely, pale linen and delightful neckerchiefs with Benoit Blanc is a testament to his great talent as an actor and a shout-out to Rian Johnson for recognizing it.A post shared by Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis)"He has swallowed Benoit whole and has emerged anew AND he's a gentleman and funny as f**k."Jamie then used the last part of the lengthy message to question whether she was in fact "jealous" to be left out of the film after starring in Knives Out in 2019.She continued: "I'm just jealous that I wasn't there to watch Benoit solve another mystery.
Natasha Lyonne stars as 'human lie detector' who solves crimes in trailer for Poker Face
Natasha Lyonne revealed her talent for solving crimes with little more than intuition in the first trailer for her upcoming detective series Poker Face.In the video, released Thursday, the 43-year-old Russian Doll star plays a former casino worker who goes on the run while using her incredible deductive skills to solve crimes. The series, which is created and partially written and directed by Knives Out mastermind Rian Johnson, features a bevy of famous faces, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Adrien Brody, Chloë Sevigny and Jameela Jamil, among many others.The series will take a mystery-of-the-week approach, and Johnson is on hand to write and direct multiple episodes, while Lyonne will direct one herself and Zola director Janicza Bravo will helm the final episode of the first season.  Detective work: Natasha Lyonne, 43, stars as the casino worker–turned–detective in Rian Johnson's comic detective series Poker Face, which released its first trailer on Thursday'What's it like, always knowing the truth?' a smooth-talking Brody quizzes Lyonne's character Charlie Cale at the start of the trailer. 'There's nothing mystical about it — I could just tell,' Charlie explains in her scratchy voice as she's seen puzzling over something. Brody's character clarifies that she can tell when 'anyone is lying.'But then Benjamin Bratt, who plays the head of security at the casino where Charlie works, intrudes on the conversation and adds a sinister element.