Nicole Kidman Online mobile version
November 10, 2016   Ali   Images, Magazines Be first to comment

Beautiful new outtakes from the cover shoot of Flaunt magazine are now in our gallery.

Gallery Links:
Nicole Kidman Online > Outtakes > 2016 > 009

November 10, 2016   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

Nicole attended a celebration for Flaunt Magazine’s Nocturne Issue which features her on the cover.

Gallery Links:
Nicole Kidman Online > November 5 | Flaunt Celebrates their Nocturne Issue

November 10, 2016   Ali   Images, Magazines Be first to comment

A beautiful new shoot of Nicole from the new issue of Town & Country.

Gallery Links:
Nicole Kidman Online > Outtakes > 2016 > 008

November 3, 2016   Ali   Articles & Interviews, Magazines Be first to comment

Nicole is featured on the cover of the December 2016/January 2017 issue of Town and Country Magazine.


There’s a moment in the new film Lion when you can actually see a mother’s heart swell with love for her son. He has come to his adoptive mother to explain why he needs to find the woman who gave birth to him, and he’s worried she won’t understand. In the same moment you also watch her heart cracking just a tiny bit because of all that he doesn’t comprehend: that’s there nothing she wouldn’t do for his happiness. It’s a breathtaking reveal—seeing a woman’s complex emotions battling for dominance—and also worth noting as the moment when Nicole Kidman manages to once again disappear completely into a character.

“As I was filming her in this scene I forgot where I was,” says Garth Davis, the movie’s director. “I was completely transported.” Dev Patel, who plays the son, says he was so enthralled by his co-star he almost forgot he had his own lines to deliver. “I was mesmerized,” he says. “I was literally just feeding off her energy and what she was saying. She was so in her skin. She was acting from the gut—you could feel it. It was an honor to be in the room with her.”

Here’s the funny thing about Nicole Kidman: She has the soul of a character actress but it happens to be housed in the body of a movie star. Close your eyes and think of her, and what comes to mind is a tower of flame-haired elegance on a red carpet, but she’s also the chameleon who transformed into Virginia Woolf in The Hours, a sociopathic newscaster in To Die For, and a mother shattered by grief in Rabbit Hole. “I see so many people, media included, focused on her beauty,” says Davis. “Some are even blinded by it. For me, I get swept up in her ability to play anything without losing her down-to-earth quality.”

Despite her glamour, and the fact that she has been a magnet for public speculation for nearly three decades, it’s clear Kidman has made conscious choices to stay grounded. For example, she lives in Nashville, not Los Angeles or New York, with her husband of 10 years, country star Keith Urban, and their two young daughters, eight-year-old Sunday (“Sunny”) and five-year-old Faith (“Fifi”).

She tends to favor small, interesting, independent movies over big studio productions. When Town & Country caught up with her it was on set in Ohio for The Killing of a Sacred Deer, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster) and co-starring Colin Farrell. “It’s a very low-budget film—shoestring, really,” Kidman says cheerfully. “But don’t worry, you don’t see the deer killed.” (Another pleasant surprise about Kidman: She’s really funny.)

When asked how she’s picking projects these days—because trying to find a pattern in her acting choices is a brain-breaking business—she laughs. “I call myself the wild card,” she says, “because I have no idea what it is. I’m so spontaneous—sometimes to my detriment and sometimes my benefit—but it’s how I’ve always been. My husband never knows what I’m going to choose. And then he’ll ask me to explain why and I can’t!”

To read the rest of the interview go here.

November 3, 2016   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

Last night Nicole attended the CMA Awards in support of her husband Keith Urban. She wore a dark pink Gucci dress which she accessorized with Christian Louboutin shoes, Fred Leighton jewels, and an Omega watch.

Gallery Links:
Nicole Kidman Online > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2016 > November 2 | CMA Awards
Nicole Kidman Online > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2016 > November 2 | CMA Awards – Audience

November 1, 2016   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

I have added over 1,000 images from events Nicole attended in 2014 to the gallery. I love Nicole’s style and how much it has evolved each year!

Gallery Links:
Nicole Kidman Online > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2014

November 1, 2016   Ali   Queen of the Desert Be first to comment

The Wrap shares that Nicole’s film Queen of the Desert has been acquired by IFC for the US rights.

Werner Herzog film follows life of explorer and cartographer Gertrude Bell

IFC Films has acquired U.S. rights to the Werner Herzog drama “Queen of the Desert,” starring Nicole Kidman and James Franco.

The film is an adventure biopic about explorer and cartographer Gertrude Bell.

More to come. Read the full release:

IFC Films announced today from the American Film Market conference that the company has acquired US rights to Werner Herzog‘s QUEEN OF THE DESERT. The film, written and directed by Herzog, stars Nicole Kidman, James Franco, Robert Pattinson and Damian Lewis.

The film was produced by Michael Benaroya, Cassian Elwes and Nick Raslan and was executive produced by Jonathan Debin, Cathy Gesualdo, James Lejsek, Ben Sachs, D. Todd Shepherd, Shelley Madison, Harmon Kaslow and John Aglialoro. IFC Films will release QUEEN OF THE DESERT in Spring 2017.

QUEEN OF THE DESERT is the true story of British explorer, cartographer and archaeologist Gertrude Bell (Kidman). Set against the backdrop of the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire, Bell sets off on an epic odyssey as an attaché of the British Empire to chart and define the modern borders of the Middle East.

IFC Films stated: “The entire team at IFC Films is thrilled to be working once more with Werner Herzog who is undoubtedly a modern master of cinema. Having previously worked with him on his award-winning CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS, Werner continues to bring innovation, elegance and poignancy to each of his films and his latest work is no exception.”

The deal was negotiated by Arianna Bocco, EVP of Acquisitions and Production from Sundance Selects/IFC Films, with Cassian Elwes, Lawrence Kopeikin and CAA on behalf of the filmmakers.

IFC Films is a sister label to Sundance Selects and IFC Midnight, and is owned and operated by AMC Networks Inc.

QUEEN OF THE DESERT was financed by Benaroya Pictures.