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On June 20th, Nicole celebrated her 51st birthday! Here is wishing her a wonderful year ahead!

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Entertainment Weekly is featuring Aquaman on the cover of their new issue … there is a new still featured of Nicole as Queen Atlanta.

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Nicole recently went out for a fun night with some of the cast and crew of her series Big Little Lies … such fun pics!

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I came across some of the beautiful outtakes from Nicole’s new feature in Tatler magazine.

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Nicole attended the Lincoln Center American Songbook Gala where her friend Richard Plepler was honored last night. Nicole looked beautiful in a sparkly sequin gown by Givenchy.

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Nicole sends a quick message to Tatler’s new Editor in Chief Richard Dennen!

May 29, 2018   Ali   Magazines Be first to comment

What can we expect from the July issue of Tatler?
When he was appointed as Tatler’s new editor-in-chief, Richard Dennen said, ‘Having admired the way the magazine has covered British society over the past three centuries, I can’t wait to continue that success story. The Tatler I edit will access an even wider world, featuring arresting and impossibly glamorous fashion and lifestyle.’

The July issue features cover star Nicole Kidman, photographed in incredible couture. There are beautiful photoshoots with the Astors in the Côte d’Azur and a line-up of Society’s New Order – self-possessed, successful stars of 2018 including rugby player Maro Itoje, Camilla Thorp, who marries the Marquess of Blandford this autumn, and actress Allegra Marland, all photographed at Cliveden House. We even flew to Rome to talk to Rupert Everett about his new film, The Happy Prince.

When is the July 2018 issue of Tatler on sale?
The cover – for which Kidman was photographed by Victor Demarchelier – was unveiled today [29 May], and the magazine will land on news stands on 31 May. The July issue also comes with a free pair of sunglasses. gives us a look at a new clip from How to Talk to Girls at Parties.

Nicole Kidman takes Elle Fanning under her punk-rock wing in How to Talk to Girls at Parties — and PEOPLE has exclusive peek!

In John Cameron Mitchell’s sci-fi romance, based on Neil Gaiman’s short story of the same name, Kidman plays Boadicea, a silver-haired den mother to punk-rockers in London circa 1977.

In this scene, Boadicea shares an intimate moment with Zan (Fanning), a mysterious young woman curious about the punk-rock lifestyle — who might just also be from another planet.

“I’ve always thought that Elle was Nicole’s spiritual daughter — in terms of their outward resemblance and strong yet ethereal talent — and it was a thrill to bring them together,” Mitchell tells PEOPLE.

“At the beginning of the scene, they are teacher and student, in the middle, vampire and victim… and by the end, mother and child.”

The famous pair last starred together as mother-daughter in Sofia Coppola’s The Beguiled (2016).

How to Talk to Girls at Parties is now playing in select theaters.

Based on Neil Gaiman’s short story, How to Talk to Girls at Parties is a new film from director John Cameron Mitchell about three teenage boys who, in search of an after-hours punk party, stumble upon a group of human-like aliens gathered in a London suburb for a rite of passage. What unfolds is an unexpected love story between Enn (Alex Sharp), a shy punk-loving boy, and Zan (Elle Fanning), a beautiful and rebellious teenage alien who becomes fascinated with her human suitor. Set in 1977, the film, in some ways, is a love letter to the punk scene at the time, but also major British influences like David Bowie, who was just coming out of his Thin White Duke era.

Rounding out the cast as the adult figures in the film are Joanna Scanlan, Matt Lucas, The Affair’s Ruth Wilson and Nicole Kidman, who has enjoyed a standout year with memorable performances in The Beguiled and Big Little Lies, and who steals every scene here as punk maven Queen Boadicea.

The film marks the first time Kidman and Mitchell have worked together since 2010’s Rabbit Hole, which earned the actress an Oscar nomination for playing a woman who is overcoming the unexpected death of her 4-year-old boy. Boadicea, however, is a very different character: a punk mother figure who mentors Zan and helps lead a crusade against the aliens in defense of Enn.

“I hadn’t really seen her do a role like this and I thought it would be perfect,” Mitchell tells ET, revealing that the two have “always tried to find something to do again together. She’s offered me a lot of wonderful things, but I didn’t feel strongly about them as Rabbit Hole.”

This film, however, spoke to Mitchell, marking only his fourth feature film as a director. He previously helmed Hedwig and the Angry Inch, in which he also starred, and Shortbus. “I’ve always wanted to make a YA story for myself, when I was that age. In some ways, this is the story for the 16-year-old misfit in all of us,” he muses, adding that it met two qualifications for him: he felt passionately about it and he got final cut.

When it came to getting Kidman for the part, it was a matter of getting her schedule to work. The actress was busy onstage, in the 2015 West End production of Photograph 51. Luckily, the timing worked out, Mitchell says, adding: “We were rehearsing in her dressing room because she finished the play and immediately shot with us.”

“I said, ‘Yes of course, I’ll do anything for you — my John!’” Kidman tells the Croydon Advertiser, the publication of the London suburb where the film is set. “I love that he’s bold and he just tries anything.”

“She was like, ‘Put the wig on me. Here we go!’” Mitchell recalls of her go-to attitude before revealing that she was vomiting on the first day. “It wasn’t the kind of vomiting that I was wanting to record. But she did it pretty quickly.”

Decked out in a spiky, gray-and-black wig with a tattered black tuxedo jacket paired with drop-crotch pants, Kidman got a lot of media attention when spotted filming the movie in December 2015, with outlets comparing her look to that of Bowie’s in Labyrinth.

“As soon as I met with costume designer Sandy Powell and she showed me this look she had for me and I put on the clothes, I thought it was fantastic,” Kidman added in the same interview.

Kidman’s costume was ultimately a riff on Powell’s previous work for Shakespeare in Love and The Tempest, with Boadicea’s ruffled shirt and jacket drawing from the Elizabethan era. But some of the aliens’ costumes, particularly one of the colony’s blue, skintight latex outfits, Mitchell says, were an homage to Bowie’s “Life on Mars?” music video.

“We have a little joke in there,” Mitchell says of their nod to the singer. “Bowie influences us all.”

How to Talk to Girls at Parties (A24) is in theaters May 25.


May 6, 2018   Ali   Family, Videos Be first to comment

As Keith continues to do press for his new album Graffiti U he stopped by Late Night With Seth Meyers. He spoke about Nicole as part of the interview.

Even Keith Urban isn’t opposed to scoring a sweet deal on eBay. The country hitmaker discussed how he accumulated his extensive guitar collection during his visit on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Thursday night (May 3), and he admitted the shopping website often comes in handy for his specific needs.

“You need a certain guitar for something, so you find one,” Urban explained. “I find a lot of guitars on eBay… I don’t collect them, but I end up with a bunch of them.” However, the singer’s array of six-strings took a big hit after Mother Nature wreaked havoc on his Nashville home a few years ago.

“I lost a bunch of them,” Urban recalled. “There was a big flood in 2010 in Nashville. I had about 50 guitars at that time, and they all went in the Cumberland River.”

Thankfully, Urban’s had the chance to restore what he lost and then some. He said he’s now accumulated “maybe 100 or so” guitars, but the process of replacing what he lost felt a little disloyal to him. He was in the middle of recording an album when the floods occurred, and it took some time before he could even find out if his lost guitars had survived.

“I started recording a record,” Urban said. “I don’t have a guitar. I was struggling with getting another guitar before I knew if they had died. It felt disrespectful to start dating so soon.”

Urban also discussed his wife Nicole Kidman’s feature on his just-released tenth album, Graffiti U. The actress was hesitant at first — “it would be like trying to get me to do a scene in something,” as explained by the musician — but her vocals can be heard on the empowering track “Female.” Urban also mentioned the recent influence Kidman has had on his interest in hockey; the pair are now known Nashville Predators fans.

When it comes to the superstar couple’s children, their 7 and 9-year-old daughters couldn’t care less about their parents’ A-list status, though. They’re much more interested in the bunks of Urban’s tour bus and the food they get to eat visiting each parent at work.

“I have catering at my shows, Mom has craft services at her sets,” Urban said. “It’s always a battle for who has the better food.”


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