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After staying quiet for so long, Kate Hudson finally is talking about her ex-boyfriends’ run-ins with doping and other run-ins with substance abuse.

Hudson, 35, dated both Lance Armstrong and Alex Rodriguez who were once famous for their amazing athletic careers, but are now debatably more famous for their athletic downfalls.

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The… Continue reading Kate Hudson Disses Exes Lance Armstrong, Alex Rodriguez For Doping Scandals – ‘You Should Reap The Consequences’









good people trailer James Franco, Kate Hudson, and Bad Money Star in the Good People Trailer (VIDEO)More money, more problems.

That’s what James Franco and Kate Hudson discover in the recently-released trailer for “Good People.”

They play a broke, working class couple struggling to pay their bills who discover a huge stash of cash in their dead neighbor’s apartment. But where did this money come from? And will the police or someone else find out?

“This could be… Continue reading James Franco, Kate Hudson, and Bad Money Star in the 'Good People' Trailer (VIDEO)

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The possible “Flash” spinoff to “Arrow” hasn’t even filmed its pilot yet, but there’s a chance that a Ghostbuster will co-star in the show. Ernie Hudson, best-known for playing Winston in the “Ghostbusters” films, hinted that he was up for a major role in “Flash.”

Hudson dropped hints about his involvement during the Cross the Streams podcast. At

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jennifer hudson 300x400 See the Oscars Dress Jennifer Hudson Almost Wore InsteadKevin Mazur/WireImage, Courtesy Versace

Anne Hathaway wasn’t the only star making Oscar dress decisions down to the wire: Jennifer Hudson also was choosing between two looks she loved up until the last moment, her stylist Eric Archibald tells PEOPLE.

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Oscar season is upon us, which means lots of prestigious biographies of powerful or famous people. After this weekend, there will be three such movies vying for your ticket-buying dollar: Daniel Day-Lewis in Steven Spielberg’s surprising smash “Lincoln,” Anthony Hopkins as the master of suspense in “Hitchcock” and, starting on Friday, Bill Murray (of all people), playing Franklin D. Roosevelt in “Hyde Park on Hudson.” True to form, Roosevelt ain’t… Continue reading 'Hyde Park On Hudson' Review: The Pros And Cons Of The FDR Biopic