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April 27, 2018   Ali   Family, Videos Be first to comment

Keith is promoting his new album Graffiti U and made a stop by the Ellen Show. During his interview he shared a few stories about Nicole including how she heckled him while he was onstage at a Spotify event. Enjoy!

Keith Urban revealed to Ellen that Nicole Kidman regrets heckling him while onstage… because it led to an impromptu duet between the lovebirds.

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Nicole Kidman is back at work onBig Little Lies, and loving every second!

The 50-year-old actress was honored at the Time 100 Gala in New York City on Tuesday, and stopped to chat with ET’s Nischelle Turner about her powerhouse year and a particularly empowering on-set moment she recently shared with Reese Witherspoon.

“It was funny, we were in the car the other day shooting a scene, and there were some guys hanging out over the balcony, and they’re like, ‘Hey, come on up,’ and we were like, ‘We’re shooting our scene right now, you’ve gotta talk to our boss.’ And then Reese and I looked at each other and went, ‘We are the boss!’” recalled Kidman, who, along with Witherspoon, also executive produces the HBO adaptation series, based on the Liane Moriarty novel of the same name.

“And that was like…I went ‘Oh!’” she continued, with a laugh. “Then we looked at each other and went, not really, cause Andrea Arnold, who’s directing, goes, ‘Be quiet, get ready. Let’s go, rolling.’ We’re still not the boss.”

Kidman won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for her role as the embattled Celeste Wright on the first season of the show, and filled her 2017 out with more acclaimed work, such as a starring turns in another lauded limited series, Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake, and celebrated features like The Killing of a Sacred Deer and The Beguiled. But she was hesitant to take too much credit for her stellar recent resume.

“Honestly, in the last year, I had the chance to work with four great directors. And as much as I would love to say, ‘Oh yeah, I did something different,’ I didn’t,” she said. “I love what I do, I’ve always loved what I do. I just got very, very fortunate in the sense that four really, really talented directors — Jean Marc Vallee, Jane Campion, Yorgos Lanthimos and Sofia Coppola — all decided to work with me. That’s kind of amazing. And I would love to say it was me, but I don’t believe it is.”

Kidman walked the Time red carpet with her husband, Keith Urban, who had no trouble praising his talented wife for her deserved successes.

“I’m so proud of her. And it’s so right too, she’s got such a beautiful heart, and a collaborative spirit,” Urban gushed. “She’s talking about these directors, but her collaborative spirit is so strong, that it’s only right that these things have happened in a collaboration.”

For her part, Kidman noted that her celebrated career is made possible by “an enormous amount of support from my husband and from my children and my family.”

“But also there’s times when roles connect and things come together and friendships that you’ve had for years suddenly result in work,” she added. “You’re working together and you’re putting that energy into something.”

Meanwhile at Cinemacon in Las Vegas on Tuesday night, Kidman’s Big Little Lies co-star, Shailene Woodley, also chatted with ET’s Kevin Frazier about season two of the show and working with Meryl Streep this time around.

“I mean, no big deal working with Meryl Streep,” she bragged. “She is actually that good. That’s what I want to say. The stories are real and what you see is real and she’s the best there is.”

Woodley, 26, added of Streep, “She is profoundly lovely.”


April 25, 2018   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

Last night Nicole was one of those honored at the Time 100 Gala in New York City at the Lincoln Center. Nicole looked beautiful in a black sheer gown designed by Proenza Schouler.

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Nicole Kidman Online > EVENTS And APPEARANCES > 2018 > April 24 | Time 100 Gala
Nicole Kidman Online > EVENTS And APPEARANCES > 2018 > April 24 | Time 100 Gala – Inside
Nicole Kidman Online > EVENTS And APPEARANCES > 2018 > April 24 | Time 100 Gala – Audience

April 24, 2018   Ali   Family, Videos Be first to comment

Keith posted this cute video of Nicole singing along with him on his Facebook. I love how she supports his music and you can tell she is truly his fan! Enjoy!

April 22, 2018   Ali   Images, Magazines Be first to comment

Scans of Nicole’s feature in the new Time magazine.

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April 22, 2018   Ali   Images, Magazines Be first to comment

There is a small feature on Nicole in the People’s beautiful issue. This is a great issue so I would definitely recommend getting a copy!

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Nicole Kidman Online > PUBLICATIONS > 2018 > April 30 | People

April 19, 2018   Ali   Images, Magazines Be first to comment

Here are two beautiful images from the new Time feature.

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Nicole Kidman Online > Outtakes > 2018 > 006

April 19, 2018   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Videos Be first to comment

Nicole is featured on the Time 100 Most Influential People of 2018. Naomi Watts, a close friend of Nicole wrote the feature about Nic.

Dead Calm was released in 1989. Big Little Lies was released in 2017. In the interim, Nicole Kidman has never once left our consciousness. And even after decades, she continues to break new ground.

On Big Little Lies, Nicole plays Celeste, a woman who is struggling to leave her abusive husband. She fills her character with so much humanity, it is beyond unnerving. Her emotions. Her fragility. Her ferocity. Her subtlety. Her physicality. Her bravery. Watching her, I wanted to put my hand through the TV screen and pluck her from danger. Not solely because Nicole is my friend but because she had laid herself so courageously bare for the role that Celeste felt real. She could be anyone we know.

But beyond being an outstanding actor, Nicole has intelligence, compassion, kindness and humor that make her the epitome of a great woman and friend. There is no question that I and audiences the world over will continue to value and admire her for decades to come.

April 19, 2018   Ali   Articles & Interviews Be first to comment

Nicole is one of the stars featured on Time Magazine’s 2018 100 Most Influential covers. Here is some info on the series.

Each year, the TIME 100 Most Influential People includes the artists, activists, leaders and visionaries whose work today will define the course of history in years to come. For 2018, TIME selected Tarana Burke, Roger Federer, Tiffany Haddish, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lopez and Satya Nadella to appear in a series of covers for the issue. TIME looked to portrait photographer Peter Hapak to immortalize these iconic figures inside the red border.

Hapak worked with TIME Photo Editor Dilys Ng to create a simple visual theme that served to emphasize each subject’s idiosyncrasies. To unify the images as a series, each person was assigned a particular color for their wardrobe, which, on its own was complementary to the subject, but when viewed across each cover, contributed to a vibrant chromatic spectrum. The black backdrop eliminates any suggestion of time or place, paring the photograph down to essential elements. Hapak cites the painters David Hockney and Lucian Freud as inspirations, especially for the way they invoke “the complexity of simplicity.”

Hapak flew around the country to accommodate each person’s busy schedule, traveling to New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington State to shoot the series. He also worked incredibly fast, with no shoot lasting longer than an hour and ten minutes (the shortest was just 18 minutes). Despite the logistical gauntlet, Hapak says the biggest challenge for him is always creating a space where his subjects feel comfortable. “If you have a creative environment where they feel safe and [you] give the right directions, you can get something out of it,” he tells TIME. “You have to make people forget that there are other people in the studio.” Hapak would even put up walls or curtains to close out his subject from the rest of the crew.

While he strives to cultivate an intimate atmosphere, Hapak’s approach with each person was different, depending on what worked best for them. “Jennifer Lopez was listening to music because she is a performer,” Hapak says, whereas the shoot with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was “very silent and intimate.” Pausing between meetings at his office in Redwood, Wash., Nadella was “very concentrated, very aware of what was happening,” Hapak says.

Hapak, who recently shot the TIME cover featuring student activists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, centers his artistic practice on a desire to step back and allow his subjects to appear as they are. “A good portrait photograph is one where I don’t feel the photographer, where I can see the character in the image, where the personality of the image comes through, meaning there is no acting or performance put forward by the photographer to entertain the viewer,” he says. “It doesn’t matter what labels you are using for certain people or what peoples’ professions are; the honesty of the images and the gestures are speaking for themselves.”

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