Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery has been absolutely dominating Netflix since Christmas, with viewers gathering around the TV to watch Daniel Craig's Benoit Blanc solve another murder mystery involving some of the most dangerously privileged characters you've ever seen.
In the hit sequel, Benoit Blanc is invited to billionaire genius Miles Bron's Greek island to play a murder mystery game with Bron's friends - who all just so happen to be *very* unlikeable people - each one so ignorant that if they get their own way, it could have catastrophic results.
That being said, it's hard not to have a soft spot for some of these crazy characters - at least, that's what Kate Hudson thinks.
On Miles' Greek island, there are a few key players:
There's Duke (Dave Bautista), the Twitch streamer and men's rights activist who's hoping to make a bigger name for himself on Miles's news network.
Claire (Kathryn Hahn), a high profile politician running for senator on a leftist campaign - though her personal agenda swings in the opposite direction.
Lionel (Leslie Odom Jr.), a scientist at Miles's Alpha Industries, who has been signing off on some of the billionaire's more dangerous plans.
And Birdie (Kate Hudson), a clueless former model who is in the midst of a controversy involving her sweatpants brand and needs an image fix.
Anyone who has tuned in to Glass Onion will agree that Birdie is totally infuriating, whether it's her disbelief in Covid safety measures or her pride in being able to 'tell it like it is' - something that most people 'can't handle'.
But Kate Hudson has a soft spot for the clueless former model.
Speaking to LADbible about her character, Kate said: "I feel like Birdie is... I feel bad because I think she's just so lost. She's so tone deaf, but she's also so like in some other world."
No matter how tough you find her, it's impossible not to laugh and tut at Birdie when she confesses to her assistant Peg (Jessica Henwick) that she really thought sweatshops were just 'where they make sweatpants'.
That line in particular has since been praised by fans as one of the 'funniest' lines in the entire film.
"That was so fun," Kate recalled.
Jessica added: "We had other things too that ended up getting cut. It was just it was so nice that Rian [Johnson] let us improvise in some of those scenes. I hope they come out [as] deleted scenes or something."
So Kate - and Jessica, for that matter - has a soft spot for Birdie. But there are certain characters that she's not as forgiving of.
She said: "I think I have a hard time with Whiskey [Madelyn Cline] because I don't like when people are like really calculated.
"But... I'd be like 'Whiskey, let's sit down. We need to talk about that.' I feel like I have a hard time when you know that someone is really calculated."
At least it's nice to know that even Kate has her limits with this bunch of 'disruptors'.
Daniel Craig, on the other hand, hasn't got as much patience as his co-star.
"I would avoid them all at all costs," he said. "I think I swerve every single one of these people, if I had a choice."
That's more like it.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is available to stream now on Netflix.
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