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OUT NOW on DVD and VOD is the crime thriller Trespass, directed by Joel Schamacher. Nicolas Cage co-stars in the movie about a home invasion.
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NOW AIRED on May 28th in the US was the HBO TV movie Hemingway & Gellhorn, a biopic about the famed writer, directed by Philip Kaufman and co-starring Clive Owen.
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COMING SOON is another crime thriller - The Paperboy. Nicole plays Charlotte Bless in the Lee Daniels directed film about a reporter investigating a death row inmate. Out in 2012. Premiering at Cannes.
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COMING SOON Nicole will be seen starring alongside Mia Wasikowska and Matthew Goode in the horror movie Stoker, about a mysterious uncle visiting his grieving family. Now in post-production.
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FILMING NOW is The Railway Man, a drama about a WWII POW co-starring Colin Firth and directed by Jonathan Teplitzky. Filming to continue in Thailand and Australia.
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Full Filmography
RUMOURED UP NEXT is Grace Of Monaco, a much talked about biopic of the Hollywood star and Princess. Said to be filming in the South of France later this year. RUMOURED UP NEXT is The Nymphomaniac, which will see Nicole reuniting with Dogville director Lars Von Trier for a small role in this erotic story. Reported to start filming this week.


Projects In Development
September 14th - The Paperboy screening at TIFF
October 3rd - Gala Tribute to NK & The Paperboy screening at NYFF
V Magazine
Cover and inside editorial
Out ??
Cover | Photoshoot | Interview
None scheduled yet



News & Updates
September 18, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized0 Comments

Lionsgate on Thursday finalized its deal for North American rights to Nicole Kidman-Aaron Eckhart drama “Rabbit Hole,” which it will open in time for a 2010 awards run. Film will launch in theaters in December.

“Rabbit Hole,” directed by John Cameron Mitchell, is based on David Lindsay-Abaire’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play about a couple who lose their child. Lindsay-Abaire adapted for the bigscreen.

It’s the first film from Kidman and Per Saari’s production shingle Blossom Films.

Sale of the CAA-repped title capped a slew of deals inked on the ground here for a diverse mix of fare, but most of the films bought by U.S. distribs won’t hit theaters until next year.

That sets “Rabbit Hole” apart and means a quick turnaround for Lionsgate, much as Fox Searchlight had to do two years ago with Darren Aronofsky’s “The Wrestler,” which Searchlight bought following the pic’s world preem at the Venice Film Festival.



September 17, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized1 Comment

– Thanks to Marta for the link

Nicole Kidman’s returning to Broad way, clothed.

The actress will star in a revival of Tennessee Williams’ “Sweet Bird of Youth” next fall. The director is David Cromer, who won glowing reviews for last year’s off-Broadway production of “Our Town.”

Kidman caused a sensation in New York in 1998 when she took off her clothes — for 3.6 seconds — in David Hare’s play “The Blue Room,” which was staged by Sam Mendes, the David Cromer of the ’90s.

Despite mixed reviews, the production was an instant sellout, with lines forming round the block from the Cort Theatre.

Kidman, who was just beginning to step out from the shadow of then-husband Tom Cruise, wound up on the cover of Newsweek, which, as readers of a certain age will recall, was once an important weekly publication with a vast circulation.

(Newsweek still exists, somewhere.)



September 17, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized1 Comment

– Thanks to ‘Curdey’ for this article. What’s extra interesting is the list of films Blossom Films (Nicole’s production company) are working on at the moment.

LIONSGATE® (NYSE: LGF), the leading next generation studio, today announced that it has acquired North American distribution rights to RABBIT HOLE, starring Academy Award® winner Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart, directed by John Cameron Mitchell (HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH), which made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this week. RABBIT HOLE is adapted by David Lindsay-Abaire from his Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award® winning play of the same name, and produced by Leslie Urdang and Dean Vanech for Olympus Pictures; Nicole Kidman and Per Saari for Blossom Films; and Gigi Pritzker for Odd Lot Entertainment. The announcement was jointly made today by Joe Drake, Lionsgate Chief Operating Officer and Motion Picture Group President, and Jason Constantine, Lionsgate President of Acquisitions and Co-Productions.

RABBIT HOLE made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday, September 13. Lionsgate plans a Winter 2010 release. The film is the first release from Kidman’s Blossom Films.

Said Constantine, “We are proud to be the home of RABBIT HOLE, a drama that not only has great pedigree, but passion, humor, emotion, and profound insight. We are very much looking forward to working with Nicole, Aaron, John and David to bring their extraordinary work to North American audiences.”



September 15, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized4 Comments

I haven’t had as much time as I expected to work on adding new pictures today, but I’ve added a first, small batch of photos from the Rabbit Hole premiere. There are a whole lot more to come, so check back tomorrow … I don’t think you’ll regret it! ;)

Toronto International Film Festival – Rabbit Hole Premiere – High Quality x30





September 15, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized1 Comment

I have finally added a new Movie Of The Month! September’s MOTM is another of my all-time favourite Nicole films, as I know it is for many other fans. We’re lacking on fans thoughts for this one (surprisingly), so if you want your review/thoughts to appear on the MOTM page then you can submit your review by posting a comment here, posting in the correct area in the forum, or emailing me.

I’m sorry I’ve been so slow with the Movie Of The Month’s so far! Seeing as it is already the middle of September, this one will stay up for October as well. And I’ll be starting work on November’s today, so it will be up on time ;)

Don’t hesitate to leave a comment if you have something to say about the Movie of The Month! I always love to hear your feedback. I’m really pleased with this new and original feature, so I hope you are continuing to enjoy it :)





September 15, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized0 Comments

Deal news from the Toronto Film Festival: LionsGate is said to want “Rabbit Hole,” the very fine comedy-drama from John Cameron Mitchell. Nicole Kidman is sublime in the film, which could make the Oscar deadline if everything is worked out. I am told that New York entertainment financier Norton Herrick may put in the necessary funds to make this happen. Dianne Wiest would be up for her third Best Supporting nomination if this all goes to plan…

- showbiz411.com



September 14, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized0 Comments

I’ve added screencaps from the two Rabbit Hole clips that were released earlier today – it’s so exciting to see something from this film!!

I’ll start adding photos from the two Toronto events tomorrow, so stay tuned for lots of them :D And remember to scroll back down the updates below as lots of new articles have been posted today.

Rabbit Hole > Clip Screencaptures – ‘Bowling Alley’ x51
Rabbit Hole > Clip Screencaptures – ‘The Meeting’ x29






September 14, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized0 Comments

Nicole Kidman is sweating her first TIFF appearance as not only an actress but as a producer with the new film Rabbit Hole, about a couple grieving the hit-and-run car accident death of their young son.

Literally.

“The reason I’m wearing this jacket is because I’m sweaty and I can’t take it off,” half-joked Kidman, 43, at a packed press conference on Tuesday afternoon.

“(I feel) very exposed, very nervous. It’s a whole different experience because it’s so personal when you’re in a film but you’re not responsible for the film. I’m responsible for this film so it’s a big weight.”



September 14, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized0 Comments

- From Showbiz411.com:

Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban shut down a whole city block last night in Toronto in front of the Elgin Theater. The reason was the premiere of Kidman’s “Rabbit Hole,” a gem of an indie movie that should resonate with audiences and win Nicole even more fans.

Kidman is accessible, funny and human in “Rabbit Hole”–moreso than in ages. You can tell she enjoyed producing and starring in it, too. After the film, she, Keith and I talked for quite a while and caught up–our first chat since last February’s Grammy Awards.

They told me that two year old daughter Sunday Rose is walking and talking up a storm–’Dancing, laughing. having a ball.” I don’t think we’re going to see Sunday Rose trotted out for constant p.r. either, the way Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes have exploited their kid in the papers. (I’ve rarely seen a child invented for celebrity the Suri has been.)



September 14, 2010   •  Category: Uncategorized0 Comments

Nicole Kidman has admitted she found her new movie “devastating” to film.

The Moulin Rouge actress took to the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival with hubby Keith Urban on her arm for the premiere of Rabbit Hole, which sees a couple try to cope with the death of their four-year-old child.

Nicole – who has a two-year-old daughter with Keith – said: “Most films are hard if they’re beautifully written and they’re dealing with a subject matter that isn’t easy, that isn’t a comedy – devastating. But at the same time I wanted to do it justice for the people that have been through this.”











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