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April 23, 2017   Ali   Genius, Images Be first to comment

I have added captures to the gallery from Nicole’s 2016 film Genius where she co-starred with Collin Firth, Jude Law, & Laura Linney.

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Nicole Kidman Online > Films > 2016 | Genius > Captures | Film

April 23, 2017   Ali   Articles & Interviews Be first to comment

Nicole’s agent Sandy Gallin died this weekend at the age of 76 due to multiple myeoloma.

High-profile agent and manager Sandy Gallin, who represented Michael Jackson, Richard Pryor, Cher, Joan Rivers and Whoopi Goldberg, has died following a long illness with multiple myeoloma. He was 76.

The New York native also represented Neil Diamond, Barbra Streisand, Nicole Kidman, Renee Zellweger, Lily Tomlin, Roseanne, Martin Lawrence, Paul Lynde and Howie Mandell.

He broke into the business at General Artists Corporation in 1962 and he played a role in booking The Beatles on The “Ed Sullivan Show” two years later. In 1970, he partnered with his cousin, Raymond Katz, to create the personal management company Katz Gallin.

Gallin was also a partner with Dolly Parton in Sandollar Productions, which producd “Common Threads: Stories From the Quilt,” the 1991 and 1995 “Father of the Bride” movies that starred Steve Martin, “Sabrina” and “Kicking and Screaming.”

Gallin also produced the 1992 movie “Buffy the Vampire Slayer and won an Emmy for 1980’s “The Miracle Worker.” He also produced the 1989 HBO documentary “The Diceman Cometh,” starring Andrew Dice Clay.

Gallin also created Mirage Entertainment & Sports with Steve Wynn in 1998. He was also a Broadway producer with “Monday after the Miracle” and revivals of “Hedda Gabler” and “Man of la Mancha.”


April 20, 2017   Ali   Grace of Monaco, Images Be first to comment

I have added captures to Nicole’s 2014 film Grace of Monaco to the gallery.

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Nicole Kidman Online > Films > 2014 | Grace of Monaco > Captures | Film

April 19, 2017   Ali   Beguiled, Videos Be first to comment

Focus Features has released a new trailer for Nicole’s film The Beguiled.

The story unfolds during the Civil War, at a Southern girls’ boarding school. Its sheltered young women take in an injured enemy soldier. As they provide refuge and tend to his wounds, the house is taken over with sexual tension and dangerous rivalries, and taboos are broken in an unexpected turn of events.

April 15, 2017   Ali   Images Be first to comment

I have added a photoshoot to the gallery that Nicole did back in 1982 towards the very beginning of her career.

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Nicole Kidman Online > Outtakes > 1982 > 001

April 13, 2017   Ali   Articles & Interviews Be first to comment

Great article by Vogue on Nicole’s career!

Nicole Kidman landed in Hollywood almost 30 years ago—one of her first major movie roles was 1990’s Days of Thunder, with eventual husband Tom Cruise—but with her dark, nuanced, and frankly mesmerizing performance in Big Little Lies, it’s almost as if audiences are seeing her for the first time. It’s being touted as one of the best performances of her storied career (recall she, and her prosthetic nose, won the Oscar for The Hours); the Emmy buzz is feverish . . . a good five months before the Emmys. And, lest we forget, earlier this year Kidman was Oscar-nominated for yet another stunning performance, opposite Dev Patel in Lion.

Welcome to the big, fat, full-blown Nicole Kidman career renaissance. (Just don’t call it “a revelation.”) The latest evidence: Cannes may as well rename itself the Nicole Kidman Festival, as it was revealed today that four of her projects will debut at the French film fest next month: Sofia Coppola’s remake of the 1971 film The Beguiled, about a girls boarding school in the Confederate South; the dysfunctional family drama The Killing of a Sacred Deer; John Cameron Mitchell’s sci-fi film How to Talk to Girls at Parties; and, on the heels of BLL, another much-hyped TV project: Jane Campion’s second season of Top of the Lake.

That a 49-year-old veteran actress is the hottest thing in Hollywood right now is pretty fantastic to behold—and it’s a win for all of Kidman’s colleagues, too. Contrary to Amy Schumer’s infamous and gloriously biting “last fuckable day” sketch, Kidman’s boom proves that “over 40” shouldn’t be considered “old for Hollywood” (sort of like the human equivalent of dog years). Her success—and the enthusiasm around it on Twitter every Sunday night during BLL—proves once again that audiences don’t tire of true talent, and producers and directors shouldn’t either. It says a seasoned actress getting better and better with age is as exciting, if not more exciting, than yet another It girl making the rounds. And, as an aside, it also shows that an icky tabloid divorce doesn’t have to define a woman forever. Shine on, Nicole Kidman; Hollywood needs you.

April 13, 2017   Ali   Events Be first to comment

The Hollywood Reporter shares that Nicole will be not only attending the Cannes Film Festival but will be a very busy lady!

‘The Killing of a Sacred Dear,’ ‘The Beguiled,’ ‘How to Talk to Girls at Parties,’ and ‘Top of the Lake’ will make the actress a regular face at this year’s festival.

Nicole Kidman will probably need to bring a few red carpet looks to Cannes this year.

The actress is appearing in not one, but four titles heading to the 70th edition of the festival, as revealed on Thursday morning by fest director Thierry Fremaux.

Kidman stars in Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Killing of a Sacred Deer alongside Colin Farrell, which is screening in the main competition. Also in competition is Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled, which stars Kidman and Farrell again, plus Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning.

Out of competition, the actress appears in How to Talk to Girls at Parties, the sci-fi film from John Cameron Mitchell based on a Neil Gaiman short story.

Finally, the actress is also in the second season of Top of the Lake, Jane Campion’s acclaimed TV drama from production house See-Saw Films. Episodes will be screened in Cannes as a special event.

No stranger to Cannes, Kidman was on the main jury in 2013. She also starred in the notorious opener Grace of Monaco in 2014, which sparked some of the fiercest critical responses of recent years.

April 11, 2017   Ali   Family Be first to comment

Nicole Kidman’s young children are growing up right before her eyes.

Her daughters with husband Keith Urban are now 8 and 6 years old. She told Australian magazine WHO it’s somewhat sad to see her kids get older.

“It’s equally beautiful and a little heartbreaking,” Kidman told WHO. “They are little girls, not baby girls now.”

She said she is proud of the way her kids are maturing.

“It melts my heart … they are generous and they are empathetic. I love that about them. They went to see ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ and they had tears rolling down their faces because they care about the beast,” she said. “They have those kind eyes. When you talk about beauty, I always look deep into people’s eyes. That’s where you see the real person.”

Kidman has two adult children whom she adopted with ex-husband Tom Cruise.

She’s spoken out in the past about wanting more kids.

She told People magazine in January, “I would have liked probably two or three more children. I love, love children. I love raising children.”

But she said Urban doesn’t want more kids.

“He’s kinda maxed out,” she revealed. “He’s like, ‘I’m done baby, I’m done. Let’s just focus on what we have.’ ”


April 10, 2017   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

I have added images from all of the events that Nicole attended in 2011 to our gallery.

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Nicole Kidman Online > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2011