Goldie Hawn might be returning to the silver screen! Hawn recently moved from WME (William Morris Endeavor Entertainment) to CAA (Creative Artists Agency), so will we see Kate Hudson's mom in a new movie in 2014? Some people are guessing yes! Why else would she switch agencies?
Hawn's acting break probably wasn't intended to be as long as it was. She was slated to appear in HBO's The Viagra Diaries pilot, which was created by Darren Starr of Sex and the City fame and co-starred Bridesmaids' Wendi McLendon-Covey. But Hawn decided against the role in March 2012 for unknown reasons. The last time Hawn appeared in a film was her award-winning role in The Banger Sisters.
Hawn has been keeping busy regardless of her lack of acting. She and Mark Bertolini, who both wish to spread the benefits of mindfulness, will launch a unique collaboration between their two organizations during The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. On Jan. 23, Hawn and Bertolini will hold in a panel discussion on mindfulness and explain their exciting new program, "Mindful Works." The panel will be moderated by none other than Ariana Huffington!
"Mindful Works" is a collaboration between Bertolini's Aetna (NYSE: AET) and The Hawn Foundation, which Hawn has devoted the last 11 years of her life to. The Hawn Foundation emphasizes mindfulness exercises to children to help create a better education system.
The Banger Sisters actress explains, "If you can teach people about their most important resource, their brain, show them tools and strategies for self-regulation, stress management, how to achieve greater focus and the power in choosing optimism, you'll have a population that becomes more resilient and able to deal more effectively with the challenges we will all face as a 21(st) century workforce."
Still, Hawn is a part of our culture. Last year, when Jennifer Lawrence won the Oscar for best actress, she quoted one of Hawn's movies The First Wives Club: Upon receiving the award, she said, "What does it say? I beat Meryl!"