Jennifer Hudson: Movies Ranked From Worst To Best

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One by one: which are the best Jennifer Hudson movies.

From your first steps in the industry to the last tape.

Jennifer Hudson rose to fame thanks to her participation in American Idol in the 2000s, and although she did not win that edition, she was one of the contestants who did the best. By 2006 she had already received her Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for “Dreamgirls”, which marked her great consecration as an actress. Next, we will tell you which are his best series and movies.

“Sex and the City.” Although Jennifer Hudson did not have a role that weighed in the stories of the four friends who took New York with their occurrences and tragedies, the diva had participation as Carrie Bradshaw’s personal assistant. It is one of the productions where the singer is most remembered, where she was able to show another facet.

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“The secret life of bees”. This film set in 1964 has the leading role of Dakota Fanning in the skin of a 14-year-old girl haunted by the memories she has of her mother, who died in a tragic car accident. But determined to escape the complicated relationship he has with his father, he flees with the housekeeper (Jennifer Hudson).

“Smash.” Set in the city of Los Angeles in the 1990s, the film tells the story of Sandy Wexler, a manager of show business artists with a professional ethic who is challenged when he falls in love with new singer Courtney Clarke. It is a Netflix original movie.

“Respect.” The film takes its appropriate name from

Aretha Franklin’s most famous song and follows the life of the music legend. Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson plays the diva (who chose her in person to play her) and is joined by a cast that features Forest Whitaker and Marlon Wayans in supporting roles.

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