"Some may admire his strong opinion and indication of taste, while other prospective employers might worry that he'll sound off on their project if he deems it not up to snuff," said Matt Webb Mitovich, editor at large of TVLine.com. "Plus, his viewpoint is inevitably tainted by the fact that he has shown no problem collecting $300,000 for his role in disseminating what he has called 'filth.'"
For Hudson, the "ridiculous amount" of attention his video generated came as a surprise. He said he "didn't even really know who Angus Jones was" before a mutual friend introduced them because Jones was sharing Hudson's videos online. He's never watched "Two and a Half Men."
Now, Hudson agrees that the young actor has a major choice to make.
"Our relationship with Jesus Christ is not something you can leave at home or pack in your purse or put in your book bag," he said. "It's your life. No man can serve two masters. It's one or the other."
"Angus, I believe, has come to that understanding," he said. "What he does with that understanding in the near future is for him to decide."