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09
Feb 17

Images of Nicole and Reese at the Big Little Lies Press Conference that was held this week in Beverly Hills.

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Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 > February 7 | Big Little Lies Press Conference in Beverly Hills


09
Feb 17

Nicole made a guest appearance on Ellen this week. Ellen has released a clip of Nicole talking about her Big Little Lies co-star Alexander Skarsgård.

The “Big Little Lies” star chatted about playing husband and wife with the incredibly handsome actor.


09
Feb 17

I find this so cute because Keith says it was love at first site for him too! Thank you People.com for the article!

Nicole Kidman was smitten with husband Keith Urban from the moment they met — but apparently, he didn’t immediately feel the same way.

The Australian actress, 49, recently stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where she revealed that the country-music superstar, 49, didn’t call her for four months after they first met.

“I had such a crush on him and he wasn’t interested in me. It’s true!” the actress told host Ellen DeGeneres. “He didn’t call me for four months.”

And when Kidman revealed that she never asked Urban why he didn’t call, the comedian didn’t let him get away with it. “I don’t know, seems like he didn’t like you. That you would stay with him is weird,” the host quipped.

Kidman also talked about the funny moment when the couple realized they were nominated for awards on the same night and their 8-year-old daughter, Sunday Rose, had the perfect solution — she could be Dad’s date to the Grammys!

“The reason I’m in London [during the Grammys] is because I got nominated for a BAFTA, which is the British Academy, the equivalent of the Academy Awards here,” said Kidman, who is up for best supporting actress for her work in Lion. “But it’s on the same night as the Grammys.”

That’s when Sunday stepped in, but Kidman immediately shut it down. “Cause she’s 8 and they use inappropriate language, Ellen!” the actress explained.

Kidman, who is also nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actress this year, later opened up about winning her first Academy Award, for 2002’s The Hours.

“I sort of have snippets of memory of it. And I’ve actually never rewatched my speech, can you believe that?” the actress says about her first win. “But it is sort of like a dream when you win something like that cause there’s so many people watching. I didn’t expect it because I hadn’t won certain other awards, so I was sort of blindsided by it, but at the same time just beyond thrilled.”

But the actress revealed that the reason she “so badly” wants to win again is because she didn’t have the opportunity to thank her late father the first time around.

“I was so focused on thanking my mom because I wanted to thank her and she was the one sitting right there, and there’s something about that mother-daughter relationship” Kidman admitted. “And my dad was the kind of that, he’s not alive anymore, but the most beautiful man where none of that was important to him. He was always sort of like, ‘Oh don’t worry about me, thank your mother!’ “


09
Feb 17

New stills from the Beguiled have been released and can now be viewed in our gallery.

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Nicole Kidman Online > Films > 2017 | The Beguiled > Production Stills


09
Feb 17

Focus Features has released the trailer for Nicole’s newest film The Beguiled.

Acclaimed writer/director Sofia Coppola brings you a seductive thriller starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning.



07
Feb 17

Yesterday Nicole attended the Academy Award Nominee Luncheon and looked beautiful in a Chanel dress which she accessorized with Jimmy Choo shoes and a Chanel bag.

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Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 > February 6 | Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon
Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 > February 6 | Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon – Inside
Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 > February 6 | Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon – Group Portrait


06
Feb 17

Nicole Kidman‘s 2017 is already shaping up to be a banner year: The actress is heading back to the Academy Awards having landed her fourth Oscar nomination for Lion, and she’s gearing up for the premiere of her HBO miniseries Little Big Lies later this month. But prior to the show’s debut, Kidman’s lending her famous face to another project: teaming up with Neutrogena to become their new Global Brand Ambassador.

“I’ve always been such a believer in having good skin,” Kidman tells PeopleStyle exclusively, adding that she feels this partnership with Neutrogena is “the right marriage.”

She’d already had a bit of a love affair with the brand: “Prior to working with them, I had their products because I’d read about them in magazines!”

For years she’s relied on their sunscreen with SPF 100 to protect her skin. “I’m so fair, that’s a godsend for me,” she says.

Not only is it a staple on Kidman’s vanity, she’s determined to instill the importance of sun protection in her daughters, Sunday Rose, 8 and Faith Margaret, 6. And she has husband Keith Urban‘s full support. “He’ll be like, ‘Get that sunscreen on those girls,’” she says.

While Kidman’s steadfast dedication to raising awareness about sun protection has already earned the praise of her friend Hugh Jackman, she’s hoping through her partnership with Neutrogena to reach an even larger audience. “I’ve grown up with an awareness of it. But [I’m] still always trying to teach people about it, as is Neutrogena. What would be so great would be to reduce skin cancer in the world.“

In a new campaign with the brand, the 49-year-old actress is also getting real about her skincare needs these days.

“I think when you’re really young, there’s cleanser and moisturizer, that’s it,” Kidman says in a behind-the-scenes clip teasing her upcoming commercial, which will be revealed during the Academy Awards on February 25.

“For me now, obviously, I’m of course looking to keep my skin as young as it can be. I mean, we all are, I think. So, I’m looking for products that can help that.”

One of her anti-aging MVPs: the brand’s Rapid Wrinkle Repair Regenerating Cream, “which is fantastic because it’s so hydrating,” she says.

Kidman joins a long list of Neutrogena Brand Ambassadors including Kristen Bell, Julie Bowen, Jennifer Garner, Olivia Holt, Hayden Panettiere and Kerry Washington.

(source)


06
Feb 17

TV Line.com gives us a review of Nicole’s new limited series Big Little Lies.

It’s tempting to take one look at the multimillion-dollar homes and luxury cars the characters have in Big Little Lies, and ask: “How can these people have any problems?” But as one character says, “You can’t make a perfect world. No matter what, s—t happens.”

S—t most certainly does happen in the star-studded HBO miniseries (debuting Sunday, Feb. 19 at 9/8c), including a grisly homicide that sends shockwaves through the seaside community of Monterey, California. But the great thing about Big Little Lies is: The murder is almost beside the point. The vicious battle for power and status waged between the Monterey moms is gripping enough, and serves as a showcase for some fantastic female performances.

Monterey is a town of big fake smiles and passive-aggressive politeness, and its filthy-rich moms take the term “helicopter parent” to a whole new level. (As one neighbor puts it, they’re more like “f—king kamikazes.”) That includes Madeline (Reese Witherspoon), a hard-charging “super mom” whose parenting isn’t all that super, and Celeste (Nicole Kidman), whose picture-perfect marriage is developing some cracks around the edges. The sense of place here is excellent, immersing us in a pristine yuppie utopia where these alpha moms rule with an iron fist.

The arrival of Jane (Shailene Woodley), an unpolished single mother with a checkered past, sparks a savage rift between the moms — with their kids getting caught in the crossfire. And we know someone ends up dead, with flash-forwards to a crime scene and nosy neighbors eagerly telling cops all the local gossip they’ve overheard. But the four episodes screened for critics not only don’t reveal the killer; they don’t even reveal who died. And it’s actually a brilliant storytelling choice, because you start to look at everyone as a potential suspect and victim.

Monterey is a town of big fake smiles and passive-aggressive politeness, and its filthy-rich moms take the term “helicopter parent” to a whole new level. (As one neighbor puts it, they’re more like “f—king kamikazes.”) That includes Madeline (Reese Witherspoon), a hard-charging “super mom” whose parenting isn’t all that super, and Celeste (Nicole Kidman), whose picture-perfect marriage is developing some cracks around the edges. The sense of place here is excellent, immersing us in a pristine yuppie utopia where these alpha moms rule with an iron fist.
The arrival of Jane (Shailene Woodley), an unpolished single mother with a checkered past, sparks a savage rift between the moms — with their kids getting caught in the crossfire. And we know someone ends up dead, with flash-forwards to a crime scene and nosy neighbors eagerly telling cops all the local gossip they’ve overheard. But the four episodes screened for critics not only don’t reveal the killer; they don’t even reveal who died. And it’s actually a brilliant storytelling choice, because you start to look at everyone as a potential suspect and victim.

Top to bottom, the Big Little Lies cast is stacked. We already know how good Witherspoon is at playing the chipper overachiever (see: Election; Legally Blonde), and she absolutely shines here as Madeline. The brittle vulnerability that Kidman brings to Celeste makes it some of her best work in years. And the deep bench of supporting actors includes Laura Dern as Madeline’s bitter rival Renata, Alexander Skarsgard as Celeste’s protective husband Perry and Adam Scott as Madeline’s “Mr. Sensitive” husband Ed. Everywhere you look, there’s an Emmy nomination waiting to happen.