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July 22, 2018   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

Yesterday Nicole attended the San Diego Comic Con along with her castmates from her new film Aquaman! I have added a batch of images to our gallery from her fun filled day!

Edit: Giant thank you to Marie we now have a bunch more images added to the gallery from the event!


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Nicole Kidman Online > July 21 | San Diego Comic Con – Warner Brother’s Presentation – Aquaman Pressline
Nicole Kidman Online > July 21 | San Diego Comic Con – Warner Brother’s Presentation – Aquaman Panel
Nicole Kidman Online > July 21 | San Diego Comic Con – Warner Brother’s Booth – Aquaman Cast Signing

July 22, 2018   Ali   Aquaman, Videos Be first to comment

From Warner Bros. Pictures and director James Wan comes an action-packed adventure that spans the vast, visually breathtaking underwater world of the seven seas, “Aquaman,” starring Jason Momoa in the title role. The film reveals the origin story of half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry and takes him on the journey of his lifetime—one that will not only force him to face who he really is, but to discover if he is worthy of who he was born to be…a king.

July 17, 2018   Ali   Boy Erased, Videos Be first to comment

“Boy Erased” tells the story of Jared (Hedges), the son of a Baptist pastor in a small American town, who is outed to his parents (Kidman and Crowe) at age 19. Jared is faced with an ultimatum: attend a conversion therapy program – or be permanently exiled and shunned by his family, friends, and faith. Boy Erased is the true story of one young man’s struggle to find himself while being forced to question every aspect of his identity.

July 17, 2018   Ali   Boy Erased, Images Be first to comment

Focus Features has released a poster for Boys Erased.

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Nicole Kidman Online > Films > 2018 | Boy Erased > Posters & Advertisements

July 13, 2018   Ali   Aquaman, Events Be first to comment

Looks like Nicole might be at the San Diego Comic Con on July 21st! Thanks to Deadline for the information!

Warner Bros. presentation
Saturday, July 21
10:30 AM-12:30 PM, Hall H
Odds are with zero movie panels on Saturday night, a prime time in Hall H, Warner Bros. session will slot in there. The studios will be unveiling their full lineup this week. What we know so far is that Wonder Woman 1984‘s Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins are likely making a special appearance. Aquaman director James Wan already announced that he will drop a new trailer for the DC comic book adaptation, and Jason Mamoa and cast should be in tow. A sneak peek of Shazam! should slip through and it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary if WB shows off footage from The Lego Movie 2, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and Legendary’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters.

July 13, 2018   Ali   Boy Erased, Images Be first to comment

Our first still featuring Nicole & Russell as Nancy & Marshall from their new film Boy Erased. Plus, Nicole shared an image of the cast and crew of Boy Erased in support of Pride Month. Both images are in our gallery.

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Nicole Kidman Online > Films > 2018 | Boy Erased

July 13, 2018   Ali   Aquaman, Images Be first to comment

The first still featuring Nicole as Queen Atlanta has been released and added to our gallery!

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Nicole Kidman Online > Films > 2018 | Aquaman > Production Stills

July 13, 2018   Ali   Images, Magazines Be first to comment

Nicole was featured in the July 16th issue of People magazine. Nicole talks about her summer plans and filming Big Little Lies 2.

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Nicole Kidman Online > PUBLICATIONS > 2018 > July 16 | People

July 2, 2018   Ali   Boy Erased Be first to comment

Variety has shared that Boy Erased has a release date for this November!

“Boy Erased,” a drama about a young man’s experience with gay conversion therapy, will debut in limited release on Nov. 2. Its arthouse competition will be the Rosamund Pike drama “A Private War,” as well as the wide release bows of horror remake “Suspiria,” “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms,” and “Bohemian Rhapsody,” a biopic about Queen’s Freddie Mercury.

June 26, 2018   Ali   Articles & Interviews Be first to comment

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban are celebrating 12 years of marriage on June 25 and continue to be the poster children of #RelationshipGoals. So what’s the secret to two busy entertainment industry gurus making it work across Hollywood, Nashville, Australia and beyond? Keeping things old-fashioned and picking up the phone. “We’ve never texted,” Kidman told Parade during a sit down following Sunday’s Create & Cultivate and Neutrogena Everyday is a Sunday panel. “That is so not our relationship,” she explains, revealing that the duo prefers “voice to voice and skin to skin” as their preferred medium of keeping in touch and will frequently hop on last-minute flights if they find themselves missing each other.

The actress, who had no shortage of praise for her better half, is currently shooting season two of Big Little Lies. She calls the role “an absolute dream” and promises fans that the sophomore rendition will be just as juicy as its predecessor.

Check out our chat with Kidman below where she discusses how she keeps her marriage spark alive, her favorite part about her fifth decade—she turned 51 on June 20—and the ways in which her daughters are benefiting from their mom’s big screen status.

You’ve said that you like to keep your skincare routine pretty simple. But what is the one product that is a must for your skin?
Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Regenerating Cream is the best for me because I can put it on at night after I’ve worked. It evens out the skin tone and it just keeps everything exfoliated since it’s got the retinol in it. And so you’re constantly rejuvenating the cells. I also wear sunscreen religiously. But I have done that my whole life.

You always look flawless. What are your secrets these days?
I love to stay fit. I meditate. The older you get, you have to take better care of yourself and eat better. Before I used to be able to have a bad week and now it’s like I can have a couple of bad days and then I have to get back on track. And I enjoy running. I enjoy doing things that are active. I’m a girl that loves to be outside and I love being in nature. And then just kind of drink joy, would be how I put it. There can be so much stress and I try to just breathe. And that’s why I meditate. I try not to be on the phone and texting. I’m a terrible texter. And I try to not be really prompt with returning texts because then you get used to that kind of person.

So you intentionally try to make people wait a bit before you get back to them?
Yes. So that I can go, “I’m putting it down.” I’m really responsible as a person so I have to just go, “No. It’s OK not to be completely available all of the time.” And that’s a really big lesson for someone who wants to be responsible.

Do Keith and the girls let you get away with taking so long to get back to them via text? Or is it a different story with your family?
We don’t text.

You have a no texting rule?
Yep. We call. And that’s 12 years of marriage. We have our 12-year wedding anniversary tomorrow (June 25) and we’ve never texted. That is so not our relationship, which is interesting right? We call. We’ve done this since the very beginning. The reason it started at the beginning was because I didn’t know how to text [laughs] and it just kind of worked for us. So now we don’t. We just do voice to voice or skin to skin, as we always say. We talk all the time and we FaceTime but we just don’t text because I feel like texting can be misrepresentative at times. And I’ve had the thing where I reread texts and I’m like, “What does that mean?” and then read it to somebody and go “Can you interpret that?” I don’t want that between my lover and I.

Working with Neutrogena, have you gotten Keith on a skincare routine at all? Is he into it?
I take way longer to get ready in the morning. He’s a dude [laughs]. He’ll do a little bit but he’s basically two minutes. He’s not a high maintenance guy, which I like. I don’t think he needs to be. He looks great. He’s sort of just a mellow kind of dude. I let him do his thing. He’s done well this far. He’s fine. I’m not that kind of motherly type wife. I give him a lot of space to just be who he is. And he also doesn’t like to fuss. He’s not fussy. He’s an Australian/country music guy and that’s a very different way of being in the world. But he’s very attentive. He’s an amazing father and a fantastic husband.

Congrats on 12 years of marriage. Besides not texting, what’s the secret to your marriage longevity?
Not having secrets. We never tell anybody any advice about their relationship or think that we have a secret. We just approach it with humility and hope and just really love hanging out. I mean it’s that simple. We love spending time together. We have a lot of fun together and we just choose each other. If there is one person I can hang out with, it’s him and the girls and that’s it. That’s so much enough for me. We’ll get on planes and fly overnight rather than have a night apart. We will do anything to make it work. Jetlag is always a challenge though! That’s why I think it’s so important to take time to exercise and take care of yourself because a lot of times I’m functioning on too little sleep and I’m trying to do it all, which I think is a problem for a lot of women – trying to be there and do everything for everybody at the cost and the expense of my own health and emotional health. And so I’m always trying to balance that.

You just turned 51. What do you love about this decade of life that you’re in?
I don’t mark time. It’s weird. I mark it through where I am. And because I travel a lot, it’s more stages in my daughters’ lives and what happens for them. I’m not much of a date person. I can’t remember dates. I can’t remember when we met. I went to dinner with some friends last night and they were like, “We met in 1996” and I’m like “really?” But I remember moments and events and I mark things through music as well. I can remember the song I was listening to 10 summers ago kind of thing. But I do love the wisdom and the experience that comes with age and the more mellow approach to life in general because you’ve weathered a lot of storms and there is experience there. Everyone always asks me what I’d go back and tell my younger self. A lot of it is just soothing, just trying to say “It’s OK. It’s alright. Don’t worry so much” — the idea of not worrying about little things, which is easy to say because there’s so much anxiety, especially when you are a teenager. But the more that you can just go with the flow and know that if you do your best that your best is enough, the better.

Big Little Lies, season 2! How excited are you to return to the role of Celeste?
We are in the midst of shooting it right now. It’s so good! It was such a great role to get. I was like, “Wow.” And Reese and I producing it as well has been one of the highlights of my life, having that and being able to bring it to the world in the way that we have. And to now be able to come back together and everyone is back, which is so hard to do, particularly because it was not planned to do a second season but we managed to somehow rally. We’re exited. And having Meryl [Streep] play my mother-in-law. It’s awesome. She just swoops in. She has genius blood. She really is creatively a genius.

Does your character get to have a happier arc and come home with fewer bruises this time around?
We’ll see. I’m not saying anything [laughs].

Do your younger daughters think it’s cool that their mom is an actress or are they ambivalent?
They come on set and they like that. And they are very close to all the kids in Big Little Lies so they’ve made some fantastic friends, which I’m really proud of actually. They are over at our house all the time, all the kids. So we have pool parties and I’ve got the twins there. And then my kids are like, “They call you mom!” Because the twins call me mom as well because I’ve known them now for so long. So I have the little boy twins and then I have my girls. We literally have all the girls from Big Little Lies and the twins over at my house now, swimming. Everyone is shooting and they don’t all live here so I’m always like, “Play date at our house.” It’s nice. So I think they like that. That’s the good part of mommy’s job.

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