Kate Hudson Says Her 'Ultimate' Dream Role Is Stevie Nicks: 'I Would Probably Go Way Too Far'

Stevie Nicks has “the ultimate rock and roll story,” says Kate Hudson

<p>Santiago Felipe/Getty; JM Enternational/Shutterstock</p> (Left-right:) Kate Hudson on May 6; Stevie Nicks in 1998

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(Left-right:) Kate Hudson on May 6; Stevie Nicks in 1998

Kate Hudson has an “ultimate” dream role: Stevie Nicks.

“For all girls who love rock, Stevie’s just our number one,” the Oscar nominee, 45, told Rolling Stone in a recent interview about her debut album Glorious.

Asked for her "dream musical biopic," Hudson said she has "a couple" in mind. “The ultimate is Stevie [Nicks].”

Nicks, 76, has “the ultimate rock and roll story,” said the Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery star. “There’s so much there.”

Related: Stevie Nicks' Life in Photos

However, she added as a caveat, mom Goldie Hawn, stepdad Kurt Russell and her siblings might prefer that she avoid playing the Fleetwood Mac singer. “My family might, like, disown me if I ever got a chance to play Stevie. ’Cause they’d be like, ‘Can we not go method?’ I would probably go way too far into that character.”

<p>Scott Dudelson/Getty</p> Kate Hudson on May 18

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Kate Hudson on May 18

Hudson’s ideas for music biopics didn’t end there. Movies in that genre, she said, are “about the interesting life, and being able to tell that story correctly. I think Dusty Springfield is a really interesting story.”

The English singer, who died in 1999, is “one of my favorites and she was very shy," said Hudson. "She had a lot of stage fright. Really fascinating woman. I think she struggled with being open about her sexuality. That could be a very powerful movie.”

Hudson’s breakout role in Hollywood was groupie Penny Lane in writer-director Cameron Crowe's 2000 movie Almost Famous, about a touring rock band circa 1973. She told Rolling Stone that “the spirit of Penny Lane descends on everything in my life,” saying that Crowe, 66, “hired me because I love music, and I think the easiest thing to be able to see in that movie was how much.”

Related: All About Kate Hudson’s Parents: Mom Goldie Hawn, Dad Bill Hudson and Stepdad Kurt Russell

<p> Kevin Mazur/WireImage</p> Stevie Nicks on May 24

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Stevie Nicks on May 24

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Speaking to PEOPLE, Hudson explained how that Oscar-nominated breakthrough “was the beginning of everything for me.” She said Crowe “really blew the lid open for so much music for me. I was 19, and he just filled me with all this great music that I’d never heard.”

The How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days actress worked on Glorious (out now) with her fiancé, musician Danny Fujikawa, 37. They share daughter Rani, 5, while Hudson is also mom to sons Ryder, 20, and Bingham, 12.

Among Hudson’s upcoming projects is Running Point, a Netflix comedy series she is co-executive producing with Mindy Kaling.

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