The aim of Nicole’s Magic is to create and maintain a website supporting Nicole and her career, keeping people up-to-date on what she’s doing, and providing a place for fans to get their required ‘fix’ of Nicole! As well as providing information for current fans, I also want to make this site accessible for those who are not very familar with Nicole and want to learn more about her, and those who aren’t really interested in her but just want to find out some quick information. Simply, I want to cater for everyone who wants/needs something on Nicole. And fan interaction is also important – I want fans to feel welcome here, like this is their site, where they can contribute anything they want, and share their Nicole-love.
My name’s Jess, I’m 24 and live in England. Besides Nicole, my other favourite actors/actresses include Kate Hudson, Naomi Watts, Sienna Miller, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ryan Gosling, Angelina Jolie, Simon Baker, Reese Witherspoon… among others! I have various other sites that you can see listed at my Collective.
Favourite Nicole roles: The Hours, Vietnam, Cold Mountain and Practical Magic. Special mention must also go to Moulin Rouge, and to Rabbit Hole for being Nicole’s best role in years.
I first discovered Nicole in Practical Magic, but didn’t become a proper fan until 2001 when I saw Moulin Rouge. I had heard a lot about her that year (for obvious reasons) and was just fascinated by her. In early 2002 I decided to create a site for her, mostly as a way of finding out more about her and to meet new fans. My interest and admiration for her rapidly grew, and has continued to do so throughout the years since!
Why Nicole? Where to start? Besides the fact that she is insanely talented, versatile and dedicated to her profession, she is also very funny, sweet, caring and genuine. She’s intelligent and has a very strong sense of self, yet at the same time is not afraid to admit to her faults and vulnerabilities. Nicole is also incredibly elegant and dignified, which is so rare in Hollywood these days. Her elegance is often mistaken for icy-ness, which is so far from the truth – she is just shy!
“I’m Australian. You don’t toot your own horn, you downplay!”