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September 15, 2017   Ali   Big Little Lies, Videos Be first to comment

E!Online talked to Nicole at New York Fashion Week about the possibility of a Season Two of Big Little Lies.

Will the Emmy-nominated HBO series Big Little Lies return for a second season?

Nicole Kidman says it’s still up in the air, at least for now.

After attending the Michael Kors Collection show at New York Fashion Week, Kidman told E! News that the cast is taking their time with deciding whether they will proceed with a second season. “No, it’s still not decided because it is a lot to pull together,” the actress shared.

“The first one was a lot to put together, so we are sort of not taking it lightly in terms of what it needs,” Nicole explained.

But if anyone understands how much fans want to see the ladies of Monterey back on their TV screens, it’s this star. She added, “We’re just so happy that the show has been received in the way it’s received.”

Reese Witherspoonconfirmed that conversations are most definitely in the works surrounding a BLL season two, telling E! News, “We’re talking to Liane Moriarty, who wrote the book, about how could these characters go on, what would happen. We definitely left it open-ended so there’s a possibility there.”

While Kidman was not able to reveal the fate of the critically-acclaimed show, she was able to reveal that she and her co-stars Witherspoon, Zoë Kravitz, Laura Dern and Shailene Woodley will present an award together at the 69th Annual Emmy Awards.
The award ceremony, which has garnered 16 Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Limited Series, pits Kidman against co-star and close friend, Reese, in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie category.

Dern and Woodley received recognition in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or a Movie category, and Alexander Skarsgård is up for Outstanding Supporting Actor.

September 15, 2017   Ali   Events, Images Be first to comment

Nicole participated in the Hand in Hand Benefit this week to help support those victims of the recent hurricanes. I have added two images from the benefit to the gallery.

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Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 > September 12 | Hand In Hand Hurricane Benefit – Nashville

September 12, 2017   Ali   Aquaman, Videos Be first to comment

September 11, 2017   Ali   Images Be first to comment

I have added some outtakes from portrait sessions that Nicole participated this past weekend during her time in Toronto.

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Nicole Kidman Online > Outtakes > 2017

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

After her premiere Nicole hit up some parties at the festival. I especially love the pics of Nicole with the gals at the Entertainment Weekly Party!

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Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 > September 9 | Toronto International Film Festival – HFPA & InStyle Celebration
Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 > September 9 | Toronto International Film Festival – Entertainment Weekly Must List Party

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

TIFF is under way and Nicole and Keith were in attendance when they ran into Bryan Cranston at the premiere of his new film The Upside.

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Nicole Kidman Online > 2017 > EVENTS and APPEARANCES > 2017 > September 8 | Toronto International Film Festival – The Upside Premiere

September 7, 2017   Ali   Top of the Lake Be first to comment

USA Today gives us a review of Nicole’s new series Top of the Lake: China Girl.

Top of the Lake, which debuted on SundanceTV in 2013, had a lot going for it: a strikingly talented cast, a riveting story and the distinctive visual style of Jane Campion, the series’ co-creator and (often) director.

The series has returned, three years later, in Top of the Lake: China Girl (Sunday, Monday and Tuesday 9 ET/PT, ***½ out of four) a bold new installment that often exceeds the excellence of its predecessor, with an even more primal, taut and engrossing story that reveals new depths in its protagonist, Detective Robin Griffin (Elisabeth Moss). The three-part season looks and feels like little else on TV, and is intense and deeply rewarding.

In the original series, Robin, while visiting New Zealand, was overly involved in the case of a missing 12-year-old pregnant girl. China Girl finds her back home in Sydney, and back to work on the police force. Although she craves normalcy, Griffin is now haunted by the trauma she experienced in New Zealand and the revisited trauma of her more distant past. Her new case, the murder of an Asian woman who washes up on the beach in a suitcase, is again a little too close to her personal life. And as she begins looking into the murder, she makes the decision to contact her daughter, Mary (Alice Englert), whom she gave up at birth.

Joining the cast are Nicole Kidman as Mary’s adoptive mother Julia, and Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones) as Robin’s new partner, Miranda. Behind a curly gray wig and painted-on freckles, Kidman plays a mother frantic and terrified that her teenage daughter is slipping away. Christie, meanwhile, is a true breakout, excelling in a role that has more screen time and complexity than those she plays on Game of Thrones and the Star Wars franchise. She takes the character and runs with it, making Miranda both emotionally vulnerable and hard to read, with questionable intentions and history.

Campion excels at creating atmosphere, and each scene is practically overflowing with meaning and significance. The score, the lighting and the direction add to the ever-growing tension, which explodes halfway through the short season in a devastatingly traumatic scene that feels both shocking and queasily inevitable.

The new episodes continue the series’ exploration of sexual and psychological trauma. Many of the characters have experienced and are shaped by some form of distress, and the series explores its effects on their lives, while examining sexism, gender stereotypes and their potentially violent consequences.

Internet trolls openly objectify prostitutes at a cafe. Mary asserts she wants to grow up to be a wife, horrifying her aggressively feminist adoptive mother. Miranda is drawn to Robin as a role model, but Robin has no interest in empowering her.

China Girl manages to capture what made the original Lake so haunting, but also finds new and thrilling ways to surprise you.

It took several years to come to fruition, and it was well worth the wait.

September 7, 2017   Ali   Events, Guest Appearances Be first to comment

The Los Angeles Times shares that Nicole will be one of the presenters for the upcoming Emmy Awards.

The talent has arrived.

Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon are just a few of the A-listers who will be handing out golden statuettes at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 17.

Keeping with tradition, the Television Academy has tapped several of its prospective and past winners to present at this year’s ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

The first round of presenters announced Wednesday includes nominees Winfrey (“The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”), Witherspoon and Kidman (“Big Little Lies”), Riz Ahmed (“The Night Of,” “Girls”), Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross (“black-ish”), Alec Baldwin (“Saturday Night Live,” “Match Game”) and Allison Janney (“Mom”).

Other presenters include TV stars Jason Bateman (“Ozark”), Jessica Biel (“The Sinner”), Edie Falco (“Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders”), Anna Faris (“Mom”), Rashida Jones (“Angie Tribeca”), Debra Messing (“Will & Grace”), Lea Michele (“The Mayor”), Shemar Moore (“S.W.A.T.”), Kumail Nanjiani (“Silicon Valley”), Jim Parsons (“The Big Bang Theory”) and Adam Scott (“Ghosted,” “Big Little Lies”).

Stephen Colbert will host the ceremony, which will be telecast live on CBS at 5 p.m. Pacific.