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July 14, 2017   Ali   Magazines Be first to comment

Nicole is featured on the cover of the new issue of Love Magazine.

Here is a quote from Nicole about the shoot, “I thought about this shoot afterwards. I was like, what was I doing!?”

July 13, 2017   Ali   Awards, Big Little Lies Be first to comment

Congratulations to Nicole on her nomination for Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie! Also congratulations to Reese for her nomination and to the entire cast and crew for the Best Limited Series.

Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie
Carrie Coon, “Fargo”
Felicity Huffman, “American Crime”
Nicole Kidman, “Big Little Lies”
Jessica Lange, “Feud”
Susan Sarandon, “Feud”
Reese Witherspoon, “Big Little Lies”

In 2012, Nicole co-starred in a miniseries on HBO based on the love story of writers Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn. I have added images to the gallery from the series.



Gallery Links:
Nicole Kidman Online > Television > 2012 | Hemingway & Gellhorn

July 6, 2017   Ali   Videos Be first to comment

The Spice Girls gave us their debut hit single “Wannabe” on July 8th, 1996. To celebrate, W Magazine assembled a star-studded pop group of their own consisting of Nicole Kidman, James Franco, Milo Ventimiglia, Keri Russell, Riz Ahmed, Alexander Skarsgard, Millie Bobby Brown, Jodie Comer, Rupert Friend, Sanaa Lathan, Claire Foy, Johnny Flynn, and Brit Marling to do dramatic readings of the chart-topping song’s lyrics.

W Magazine did a feature on some of the actors who are the faces of television right now … and Nicole was one of those featured for her work on Big Little Lies.

As movies increasingly play to a global audience with an endless stream of superhero blockbusters, the television landscape is becoming more varied—and more compelling. So, this year we turned our attention to dramas and the 13 actors and actresses who have given performances that are deeper and more thrilling than any you might find at the cinema. From Nicole Kidman and Alexander Skarsgård, who played a couple caught in an impassioned and physically abusive relationship in HBO’s Big Little Lies, to Millie Bobby Brown as the otherworldly Eleven on Stranger Things and Milo Ventimiglia as Jack Pearson, the flawed but compassionate father at the heart of NBC’s breakthrough hit This Is Us, here is a closer look at the hottest TV stars of the year.

NICOLE KIDMAN, BIG LITTLE LIES
“In the show I play an abused woman, and I felt very exposed and deeply humiliated. I remember lying on the floor in the bathroom at the end of a difficult scene, and I wouldn’t get up between takes. I was just lying there, basically naked in half-torn underwear, and Jean-Marc Vallée [the director] would come over and place a towel over me. It was very hard.”
Kidman wears a Miu Miu dress and coat.

June 25, 2017   Ali   Beguiled, Images Be first to comment

I have added some new stills to the gallery from Nicole’s film The Beguiled.


Gallery Links:
Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 | The Beguiled > Production Stills

June 25, 2017   Ali   Family, Videos Be first to comment

Seeing that today is their anniversary I thought it would be fun to share this video that Keith posted of the two of them singing his song “The Fighter” together!

June 25, 2017   Ali   Family Be first to comment

Eleven years ago today Nicole & Keith were married at Sydney’s Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel on St. Patrick’s Estate at Manly in Australia.

Congratulations on eleven years of marriage and two beautiful daughters.

The Los Angeles Times did a feature on Big Little Lies and talked with Nicole, Reese, & Laura.

Many people thought they had “Big Little Lies” pegged after HBO aired the first episode of the limited series in February. Soapy whodunit. Bitchy behavior. Mommy wars. Privileged women. Impossibly gorgeous homes.

The series invited those judgments and then proceeded to methodically upend them, delivering a nuanced look at motherhood, domestic abuse and, yes, the ways that knee-jerk assumptions can be wrong, damaging and self-sabotaging. Ultimately, it’s about a group of women finding solace and strength in each other.

That dynamic played out among the cast, as we learn from a long conversation with “Big Little Lies” stars Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern. In the series, Witherspoon plays Madeline, the community’s queen bee, who clashes with Dern’s steely career mom, Renata. Kidman plays Celeste, envied, elegant, but hiding a secret life of violent abuse.

These actresses adore one another and, in between Dern and Witherspoon planning a vacation together and stories of Dern’s dad, Bruce, visiting the set (“It was a scene with a lot of profanity,” Dern remembers, laughing, “and I think he brought out the best in us”), they spoke about what made the series so special and why they’re eager to bring it back for a second season.

People take this show to heart. They want to talk about it. Has that led to some interesting public encounters?

Kidman: I was on a plane coming out here last night and I had a guy stand up and go, “ ‘Big Little Lies’! Yes!” And I’m kind of embarrassed because of my character. I’m not quite sure how to communicate with people. Am I communicating on behalf of Celeste and saying, “I know”? It’s weird. And then the people sitting behind me told me, “We just really want a Season 2. That’s all we want to say.”

Dern: I think we all want a Season 2!

Nicole and Reese, you’re producers. You can make it happen.

Kidman: We’re putting out feelers. We’ve talked to [“Big Little Lies” author] Liane [Moriarty]. It never started that way, the idea of another chapter. But at the same time, the thought of continuing the lives … there’s definitely room for exploration.

Witherspoon: The only thing about a Season 2 is that Renata and Madeline wouldn’t get to torture each other. Now we’re friends. That’s no fun!

Dern: We’ll figure out somebody new to torture. A new character. And we can hate them together. Renata and Madeline united!

Witherspoon: It was just a joy and privilege to work with actresses of this caliber.

June 22, 2017   Ali   Boy Erased Be first to comment

Nicole has been cast in a new project that is going to be written and produced by Joel Edgerton.

Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe will star in the project for Focus Features.

Focus Features has acquired worldwide rights to Boy Erased, a coming-out drama that writer-director Joel Edgerton will adapt from Garrard Conley’s memoir Boy Erased: A Memoir of Identity, Faith, and Family. Lucas Hedges (Manchester by the Sea) is set to star in the film opposite Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman.

Hedges will play a Baptist minister’s son who is outed to his parents (Crowe and Kidman) and is then pressured into a gay conversion program led by a therapist (Edgerton).

The movie, produced by Anonymous Content, will begin production this fall for a 2018 theatrical release. It is Edgerton’s second feature directorial outing, following 2015’s The Gift.

“I’m excited to work with an ensemble of actors, seasoned and new, to bring Garrard’s story to the screen,” Edgerton said Wednesday in a statement. “I think Focus is the perfect partner on this, and I will always thank Garrard for trusting my passion for his life story. I can’t think of a better reason to get behind the camera again.”

Boy Erased is being produced by Edgerton and Anonymous Content’s Kerry Kohansky-Roberts and Steve Golin. Executive producers are Rebecca Yeldham, Ann Ruark and Anonymous Content’s Kim Hodgert and Tony Lipp. Josh McLaughlin, recently promoted to Focus president of production, will supervise the project for the company.

In making the announcement, Focus chairman Peter Kujawski commented, “Garrard’s story is both timely and timeless, both personal and universal. It is a story which will not only deeply move people, but one that we hope will change outlooks. We are thrilled to work once again with Joel, and with the Anonymous Content team. These filmmakers’ passion for this heart-rending project speaks to all of us at Focus, and to why we make the movies we do.”