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VIDEO: Kate Hudson Talks New Film 'Wish I Was Here' on TODAY

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Oscar-nominated actress Kate Hudson stopped by this morning's TODAY to talk about her new film 'Wish I Was Here' co-starring Zach Braff. The actress also shared some motherly advice for Today anchor and mom-to-be Savannah Guthrie. Check out the appearance below!

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VIDEO: Kate Hudson Talks New Film 'Wish I Was Here' on TODAY


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