Things came full circle for Kate Hudson on the set of her new movie Mother's Day, and ET has a first look at the comedy!
Hudson has known director Garry Marshall since she was a small child visiting her mom, Goldie Hawn, on movie sets. Now, with two children of her own, Hudson is the one in front of the camera and it's her kids who visit.
"When I was on Overboard as a kid, he likes to let the kids yell out 'action' or 'rolling,' and I remember being that little kid on his set," Hudson said in a behind-the-scenes clip. "Now I watch [7-year-old son] Ryder and he's sitting with Garry and he's yelling out and we both sort of had a bit of an emotional moment and Garry sort of went, 'Life.'"
Marshall and Hudson weren't the only ones to reunite on set. This was the fifth film that Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis have worked on together.
"We should just continue off into the sunset at the rate we've been doing movies together," Aniston quipped.
This also marks the fourth time that Marshall and Julia Roberts have teamed up.
In the tradition of Marshall's previous ensemble rom-coms such as Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve, Mother's Day promises to weave together multiple storylines focusing on the titular holiday. Roberts plays Miranda, an ambitious author, in the film, whose story intertwines with Jennifer Aniston's character, single mom Sandy, who falls for Sudeikis' Mr. Mom-type character, Bradley.