His characters are famously awkward. But Larry David had no difficulty charming Kate Hudson as she joined him on the set of Clear History yesterday.
For the pretty actress could not stop laughing as she joked around with the writer and actor as they recorded scenes for his new HBO movie Clear History in Massachusetts.
And no wonder she was giggling, as her appearance on set this Wednesday was the first time she has had the pleasure of working with the legendary Curb Your Enthusiasm star.
She seemed enraptured by the smouldering charms of the 65-year-old Seinfeld creator, who looked in great shape in an ensemble of jeans, striped blazer and casual brown shoes.
Kate, 33, did not look too bad herself in a relatively downbeat combo of a blue denims and a pink blouse, though she left the top buttons on the latter undone to add a dash of spice.
The film follows the adventures of Larry’s character Nathan Flomm, a former marketing executive at a start-up electric car company who loses billions after giving up his 10 per cent stake in the company after getting into into an argument with his boss Will Haney, who is played by John Hamm.
He is left publicly humiliated after losing out on the mammoth windfall, and after his marriage falls apart he decides to start a new life with a fresh identity.
He takes the new moniker Rolly DaVore and ends up living quietly on an island off the coast of Massachusetts until his former boss shows up to renovate his summer home, a move which makes him snap and finally seek revenge.
Bill Hader is playing Rags, the henchman of Michael Keaton’s local quarry owner character Joe Stumpo, who agrees to help Rolly
Mother-of-two Kate, whose partner is handsome Muse singer Matt Bellamy, is playing Will Haney’s wife Rhona, and she is said to strike up quite the friendship with her husband’s former foe.
This certainly appeared to be the case as they chatted and shared a drink on the grounds of a mansion undergoing construction work.
Other big names appearing in the film include Danny McBride, Eva Mendes, Amy Ryan and Phillip Baker Hall.
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