Kate Hudson says she knows nepotism is real, but she feels if you work hard and it happens “more” in other industries than Hollywood, it “doesn’t matter critical”.
In the interview with The Independent Published Saturday, the Glass Onion star dabbles in the latest cycle of the Hollywood nepotism debate while promoting Rian Johnson’s Wilderness Action sequel. Hudson, one of the performers in New York Magazine‘s recent Nepo-Baby feature chart, said when it came to the “nepotism thing…I really don’t care.”
“I look at my kids and we’re a family of storytellers,” she continued. “It’s definitely in our blood. People can call it what they want, but it’s not going to change it.”
Hudson, for New York Magazine One of the standout performers in the recent nepo babies feature, are actors Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell (their own daughter from actor parents); has several siblings in the industry, including Wyatt Russell and Oliver Hudson; is currently engaged to director Danny Fujikawa; and publicly supports her eldest son Ryder (from her relationship with Black Crows’ Chris Robinson’s marriage) to his own musical ambitions.
Glass Onion Actress goes on to point out that nepotism is not just in Hollywood and points out that she is in other industries Witness the advantages of nepo baby. It’s a feature in the magazine that explores the existence of nepotism in everything from publishing and the arts world to sports and fashion.
“I actually think there are other industries [that are more common]. Maybe modeling?” she said. “I see it more from a business perspective than I see it in Hollywood. Sometimes I’m in business meetings and think, wait, whose kid is this? Like, this guy doesn’t know anything!
In the end, Hudson says she cares less about someone’s historical relationship to entertainment and more about whether they’re working hard and making a difference. “I don’t care where you’re from, or what your relationship is with the company,” she said. explained. “If you work hard and kill it, that’s okay.
Hudson is the latest entertainment industry entrant involved in a career about nepotism among some of the better-known and even lesser-known names in Hollywood. Others include O’Shea Jackson and Lily Allen , who offered a similar, sharper version of Hudson’s argument.
“The nepo babies you should be worried about are the ones who work for law firms, the ones who work for banks, and the ones who work in politics,” said the singer, who is joined by actor Keith Allen and filmmaker Alison Owen’s children tweeted. “If we talk about real world consequences and depriving people of opportunities. But that’s none of my business. “
Jamie Lee Curtis also responded, admitting that nepotism is real but “currently about nepo babies The conversation is just to try to minimize, denigrate and hurt. “
“For the record, I have navigated 44 over the years, and my reputation for being relevant and reflective has brought me Comes the edge, I’m not going to pretend I don’t, trying to tell me I’m worthless,” she continued. Someone with connections will somehow not have any talent. “