Kate Hudson headed out of her Boston hotel to catch a ride to work with Jon Hamm and Danny McBride this morning. Wearing no makeup, Kate carried a coffee and had her wet hair wrapped in a towel as she hopped in their van. Kate, Jon, and Danny are on location in Massachusetts filming Larry David's Clear History. Absent from the morning commute was their costar Eva Mendes. On Wednesday, though, Eva joined Kate on set to film scenes for the HBO comedy. In addition to Kate, Eva, Jon, and Danny, Larry's lined up Bill Hader and Michael Keaton to star in Clear History.
Kate Hudson and Eva Mendes teamed up yesterday on the Boston set of Clear History. Kate's been in Massachusetts working on Larry David's HBO movie on and off for the past month. She went south temporarily to hang out with her fiancé, Matt Bellamy, in NYC. It's been a busy period for both Kate and Matt. In addition to her work on this latest project, Matthew promoted his band Muse's sixth album, The 2nd Law, before its release Tuesday. Eva, meanwhile, has been spending time with her own real-life leading man, Ryan Gosling. The duo were in Canada last month to show off their joint project, The Place Beyond the Pines, at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Eva and Kate's small-screen leading men, Jon Hamm and Danny McBride, are also in Boston. The guys apparently had yesterday afternoon free from shooting, since they ventured out of their hotel to take a walk together.
Jon Hamm buttoned up a blue cardigan and got into character for Larry David's Clear History in Massachusetts yesterday. He reported to work on the HBO film, which also stars Kate Hudson, after an exciting Emmys weekend in LA. Jon attended the award show with longtime girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt, who wore a blue gown by J. Mendel. Despite Mad Men being nominated for 17 awards, including an outstanding actor nod for Jon, the series took home zero wins. That didn't stop Jon and the rest of the cast from celebrating into the night though, as he, January Jones, Elisabeth Moss, and Christina Hendricks joined other famous faces at the Governor's Ball. They'll be back together again next month, when Mad Men starts filming its sixth season.
Kate Hudson arrived on set today in Andover, MA, for Larry David's HBO project Clear History. Kate was all smiles in front of the cameras while stylists stepped in to adjust her hair, makeup, and wardrobe between takes.
She's back on the East Coast following a recent trip to LA, where she partied with the cast of Glee to celebrate the show's fourth season. Kate made her debut on last week's premiere playing dance teacher Cassandra July to Lea Michele's character, Rachel Berry. While visiting California, Kate stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she shared a funny story about Bing's birth as well as her future wedding plans.