Elle Fanning, Nicole Kidman, Sofia Coppola and Kirsten Dunst at the 70th Cannes Film Festival photocall for 'The Beguiled' held at Palais des Festivals, Cannes Film Festival - Cannes, United Kingdom - Wednesday 24th May 2017
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban at the 89th Annual Academy Awards (Oscars 2017) held at the Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood & Highland Center - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 27th February 2017
Ray is a dedicated FBI investigator with a crush on his District Attorney supervisor Claire and a close friendship with his partner Jess. However, all those whimsical circumstances are thrown out of the window when a corpse is discovered in a dumpster in LA. Ray discovers that it's the mutilated body of Jess' teenage daughter, and the devastated pair set out on a vengeful mission to find the perpetrator. Unfortunately, the suspect they pick up - of whose guilt they are convinced - they are forced to let go when no solid evidence is found. Thirteen years later, Ray returns with a new lead, having spent every evening since searching through the US prison system for their murderer. But this time, they're thinking of bringing him down their own way.
Continue: Secret In Their Eyes Trailer
The acting pals took to the stage for a snog in a shower cap
If it’s good enough for Britney and Madonna, Sandra and Scarlett and Amy and Tina, it's good enough for Austalian best friends Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts, who went down the familiar celebrity route of ‘locking lips’ in public at a recent Women In Film event.
Nicole Kidman made a speech about female empowerment at a Women In Film event
With Kidman on the stage giving a speech about female empowerment, Watts joined her long-time pal and they went in for a big smooch both wearing, strangely, floral shower caps.
Continue reading: Nicole Kidman And Naomi Watts Are Not Afraid To Smooch For Females
Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman are set to star in HBO's 'Big Little Lies'. The pair will also be producing the series which centres on a group of women and a murder.
Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman will star in and produce HBO's limited series, Big Little Lies. The series is an adaptation of Liane Moriarty's 2014 novel of the same name. Writer David E. Kelley, who created such shows as Ally McBeal and Boston Legal, has written the screenplay for the upcoming series.
Reese Witherspoon will be starring and producing in Big Little Lies.
The GoodFellas reunite at Tribeca's closing night, while Carey Mulligan and Jack Black lead the red carpet charge in New York and Los Angeles. There's one last insane trailer for Mad Max, plus the first glimpses at Tom Hardy as the Krays, Johnny Depp as Whitey Bulger and Nicole Kidman in small-town Australia...
The Tribeca Film Festival in New York wrapped up at the weekend with a 25th anniversary screening of Martin Scorsese's 'GoodFellas', which featured a reunion of the film's actors including Robert DeNiro, Ray Liotta, Paul Sorvino, Debbie Mazar, Lorraine Bracco, Kevin Corrigan and Mike Starr. Take a look at pictures from the closing of The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival here.
Paul Sorvino, Debi Mazar, Robert De Niro, Lorraine Bracco and Kevin Corrigan
Also in New York, the US premiere of 'Far From the Madding Crowd' brought out stars Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, Michael Sheen, Juno Temple and director Thomas Vinterberg, plus other celebrities including Kathleen Turner and Sarah Silverman. The film opens this weekend in both the UK and US. Check out pictures from the premiere of 'Far From the Madding Crowd' here.
Continue reading: A Week In Movies: Tribeca Wraps In New York, 'Madding Crowd' And 'D Train' Hold US Premieres, A New Trailer Drops For 'Mad Max', And There Are First Looks At 'Legend', 'Black Mass' And 'Strangerland'
In the small Australian town of Nathgari, the Parker family are trying to adjust to their new life. Catherine (Nicole Kidman) and Matthew (Joseph Fiennes) keep to themselves most of the time, but when their teenage children, Tommy (Nicholas Hamilton) and Lilly (Maddison Brown) disappear into the desert, their lives are changed forever. When a search is begun by one of the town's policemen David Rae (Hugo Weaving), the Parkers join in. And when a terrible dust storm spreads across the town, the locals begin to blame the Parkers for meddling in ancient Aboriginal traditions. As the summer comes and the heat begins to rise, the Parkers are forced to clear their name while they might still have a chance to save their children.
Continue: Strangerland Trailer
Kidman will star in ‘Photograph 51’ on London’s West End
Nicole Kidman will make her return to the London stage this September in ‘Photograph 51’, a play about British scientist Rosalind Franklin. Kidman last appeared in the West End in 1998 when she won critical acclaim for her performance in David Hare’s ‘The Blue Room’.
Nicole Kidman will appear at London’s Noel Coward Theatre in September.
Kidman will star as Franklin in the play written by Anna Ziegler and directed by Michael Grandage. Grandage previously worked with the actress on upcoming film The Genius, a biographical drama about literary editor Max Perkins.
Continue reading: Nicole Kidman To Make Return To London Stage After 17 Year Absence
Families were hit with huge prices to watch movies like Paddington.
The cost of a visit to the cinema is beginning to put people off as the average price of the ticket, parking, food and drink continues to surge. New research finds that costs on top of tickets were worse for families and that central London remained the most expensive part of the country for cinema prices.
Paddington was a major hit for the British film industry in 2014, though prices continue to rise
46% of the 5,000 people questioned blamed costs for the reason for not going to the cinema. YouGov's Vidisha Gaglani said cinema faced challenges on "a number of fronts."
Continue reading: Question: How Much Does It Cost To Go To The Cinema?
Zack, Slater, Jessie, Kelly and Principal Richard Belding return as Jimmy Fallon reminisces.
Could Jimmy Fallon possibly get any cooler? Following the comedy highlights from his 'The Tonight Show' special for the Super Bowl XLIX, the comedian has reunited cast members from beloved 90s show 'Saved By The Bell' in his latest skit.
Jimmy Fallon goes back to high school
Fallon gets a decent amount of appreciation for his crazy outfit combination and startlingly long hair as he reminisces about his high school days, and goes into a scene set-up of Bayside High. However, a particularly prolonged applause went to Mark-Paul Gosselaar (Zack Morris) as he made an appearance complete with wavy blonde hair and looking almost indistinguishable from his younger self some 25 years ago, proceeding to reel off the lyrics from the famous theme tune.
The US gets ready for 'Paddington', the family movie smash of 2014, to make its debut.
Having taken British cinemas by storm over Christmas, the excellent family comedy Paddington is finally set to hit US theaters this weekend. If you’re unfamiliar with the adventures of the Peruvian bear, let us try to persuade you of his charms before you go to see it. No plot spoilers though!
A sneak peek of the loveable bear, who makes his US cinema debut this weekend (16 Jan)
The character was created by Michael Bond in 1958, a polite bear who loves marmalade sandwiches that is found at London’s Paddington Station and taken in by the Brown family. In the film, he adjusts happily to his new life in London until he gets into a scrape when he meets an evil taxidermist. We’ll let you find out how our hero deals with that for yourselves!
Continue reading: 'Paddington' Set To Hit American Cinemas This Weekend
Turns out Nicole Kidman once had a thing for Jimmy Fallon problem is, the funnyman didn't even realise.
First dates are usually pretty awkward, but one way to make them a little worse is to not even tell one of the participants that they're meant to be one a date! That’s kind of what happened when Nicole Kidman went round to Jimmy Fallon’s place over a decade ago, thinking she was on a date with the comedian. Instead it all meant for a hilariously awkward encounter that the actress would later recall while appearing on the ‘Tonight Show’.
Jimmy Fallon appeared to be just not that into Nicole Kidman during their date.
Kidman was sitting on Fallon’s TV sofa to promote her latest movie Paddington, when the topic of conversation turned to the pair’s first and only prior meeting. Kidman encouraged the talk show host to tell his version of the encounter first, where he thought the actress was coming over to discuss a potential movie role.
The Australian star, who is already a mother of four, wants another baby!
Nicole Kidman already has a rather busy personal life as she is the mother of four children, Isabella, 21, and Connor, 19 with ex-husband Tom Cruise, as well as Sunday, 6, and Faith, 3 with husband Keith Urban, but the 47 year-old actress isn't ready to close the door on expanding her family just yet.
Kidman recently revealed she hopes to become pregnant every month
The Aussi star recently opened up to the January issue of Elle magazine about her personal life with urban, and her constant desire to become pregnant once again.
Continue reading: Nicole Kidman Admits She Hopes To Get Pregnant "Every Month"
In London, it's a UK premiere for Angelina Jolie's new WWII drama Unbroken and a world premiere for the Paddington movie. Fans are buzzing about the new Jurassic World trailer, while there are also teasers and clips for Pan, Strange Magic, The Interview and Pitch Perfect 2...
Angelina Jolie, Jack O'Connell and Luke Treadaway were on hand for the UK premiere of their new movie Unbroken this week. The film is gathering awards buzz as expectations build to its Christmas Day release.
A beloved tale is brought to life for kids (and grown ups) of today.
After a series of beloved books and cartoons, filmmakers had a big challenge to come up with a big screen version of the story of Paddington bear, combining animation and live-action for a romp akin to the '101 Dalmatians' or 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' movies. And the filmmakers confounded critics by coming up with something that's genuinely charming while adding elements more familiar to today's young audiences.
Paddington returns in stunning live action
For the film 'Paddington', the main departure from the canon is the addition of a villain in the form of Nicole Kidman's snaky Millicent. She may get to do some 'Mission: Impossible' stunts and Cruella de Vil vamping, but Millicent's chief purpose in the movie is clearly to add some final-act excitement in a story that's otherwise adorable and warmly witty.
It's difficult not to go into a movie like this with a sense of dread, as the beloved children's book becomes a live-action movie with a digitally animated, eerily realistic-looking bear. Thankfully, the task of filmmaking was given to the inventive Paul King (of Mighty Boosh fame), who made the charmingly surreal 2009 comedy Bunny and the Bull and brings a refreshingly unexpected comical sensibility to liven up this film's family-friendly formula.
It starts in darkest Peru, where a young bear (voiced by Ben Whishaw) has been raised by his aunt and uncle (Imelda Staunton and Michael Gambon), who learned about London from a British explorer. Now in need of a new home, the youngster heads across the sea and takes the name of Paddington Station when he meets the Brown family: over-cautious dad (Hugh Bonneville), over-curious mum (Sally Hawkins), sulking teen Judy (Madeleine Harris), inventive pre-teen Jonathan (Samuel Joslin) and feisty relative Mrs Bird (Julie Walters). As they help him find the explorer, he has a series of adventures, unaware that the taxidermist Millicent (Nicole Kidman) is on his trail, determined to add him to the species on exhibition at the Natural History Museum.
This Cruella De Vil-style subplot would be seriously annoying if King ever let it take over the movie, but it always remains secondary to Paddington's mayhem-causing behaviour and his bonding with the Browns. It also provides some genuine tension in a climactic action sequence in the museum. But most of the film is dedicated to Paddington's comically ridiculous antics, and Whishaw voices him with just the right mixture of curiosity and hapless mischief to make him irresistible.
Continue reading: Paddington Review
Two of Hollywood's most famous actresses - if not the most famous - are heading to the small-screen.
Oscar-winning actresses Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman have signed on for TV series, Big Little Lies, by Ally McBeal writer David E Kelley. Based on the book by Liane Moriarty, the show will tell the story of three mothers with children in nursery school who get caught up in a murder mystery.
Reese Witherspoon is heading to the small-screen for the first time in 14 years
Witherspoon and Kidman will play two of those women, whose seemingly perfect lives are turned upside down during a school fundraiser. The third role is yet to be cast.
Continue reading: Oscar Winners Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman Set For 'Big Little Lies'
The limited TV series, which is currently being shopped to premium cable networks, is based on Liane Moriarty's No.1 New York Times best-selling novel.
Two of the most successful Hollywood actresses, Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon, will be returning to the small screen as the pair are set to star in an upcoming television series titled 'Big Little Liars.'
Kidman's Blossom Films banner will produce the series
The two movie stars have signed on to star alongside each other in a limited series based on Liane Moriarty's book of the same name, written by David E. Kelley, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The project isn't attached to a network, but it is currently being shopped to premium cable network channels.
The 47 year-old actress recently opened up about how Urban's constant love has never faded throughout their 8-year marriage, especially when she has needed it the most when her father passed away.
Nicole Kidman's movie career is nothing short of a success, but the cost of fame and fortune has often left the Australian actress's family and personal life in turmoil, however husband Keith Urban's support has been a crucial help through her recent tough times.
Kidman managed to get through the passing of her father due to Urban's support
The Australian actress stopped by 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Thursday (Oct 30th) and gushed about how Urban's constant love has never diminished throughout their 8-year marriage, especially when she has needed it the most when her father passed away.
The 47 year-old actress, who is already a mother to four children, dreams of becoming pregnant every month.
Nicole Kidman already has a rather busy personal life as she is the mother of four children, Isabella, 21, and Connor, 19 with ex-husband Tom Cruise, and Sunday, 6, and Faith, 3 with husband Keith Urban, but the 47 year-old actress isn't ready to close the door on expanding her family just yet.
Kidman wants to have more children
On Friday (Oct 10th) Kidman spoke with KISS 1065 radio station in her native Australia and admitted that she still desires to welcome a new baby into the world, and even dreams about getting pregnant every month.
Continue reading: Nicole Kidman Is "Baby Crazy" And Would Love To Get Pregnant Again
Dr. Antony Kidman leaves behind daughters Antonia and Nicole Kidman and wife Janelle.
Nicole Kidman and her family have been left devastated after the tragic accidental death of her psychologist father Dr. Antony Kidman today (September 12, 2014), who suffered a fall while on a trip to Singapore.
Kidman family rocked by patriarch's tragic death
Antony Kidman was visiting Nicole's sister Antonia Kidman when the incident occurred, and while many media sources have confirmed that it was indeed a fall that killed him, other outlets have revealed that it took place in a hotel restaurant in Singapore with the Daily Mail reporting a suspected heart attack. He was allegedly inside the Wheelhouse restaurant at the Tanglin Club.
Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman form a formidable team in 'Before I Go To Sleep', which hits cinemas in the UK this weekend.
It is often said that a good actor is only as the direction that he or she are receiving, or the material from which they're reading. Colin Firth is certainly an impressive actor, though his finest performances - The King's Speech, A Single Man - read great on the page and both Tom Hooper and Tom Ford turned in excellent directorial efforts.
The same can be said of Brighton Rock's Rowan Joffe, who directs an adaptation of S.J Watson's best-selling novel Before I Go To Sleep. It's the story of a woman (Nicole Kidman) who wakes up every day with no memory, as a result of a traumatic accident she suffered in her past. Terrifying truths begin to emerge to make her question everything she thinks she knows about herself, including her doctor (Mark Strong) and even her husband (Firth).
Continue reading: Colin Firth Returns To Form With Taut Thriller 'Before I Go To Sleep'
A clever premise can't help but grab the audience's attention as this mystery-thriller plays with ideas of identity and memory, but the simplistic filmmaking makes it feel like a cheat. Writer-director Rowan Joffe (2010's Brighton Rock remake) badly underestimates the audience, using melodrama and contrived storytelling to try to manipulate viewers' emotions. And it doesn't help that the leading lady can't move her face.
Nicole Kidman stars as Christine, who wakes up every morning thinking that she's 23. When she discovers Ben (Colin Firth) in her bed, she's almost as horrified as when she sees her 40-year-old face in the mirror. But Ben patiently explains who she is, that he's her husband and that an accident damaged her ability to make new long-term memories. When he leaves for work each day, she is contacted by Dr Nash (Mark Strong), who helps nudge her into the present. But all of this does little more than make Christine wonder whether anyone is telling the truth. As she digs deeper each day, she gets in touch with her friend Claire (Anne-Marie Duff), who offers some continuity. And by piecing clues together she begins to realise that there's a gap between what's really happening and what she thinks she remembers.
With elements of both Memento and 50 First Dates, this film is packed with tricky elements that add to the suspense, creating a creepy atmosphere that's surprisingly moving as seen through Christine's eyes. Even with her immobile face, Kidman's eyes are alert and emotive, strongly conveying Christine's yearning to understand the truth. Opposite her, the always terrific Duff has the film's best role simply because she seems to be who she claims to be. Meanwhile, Firth and Strong have a great time wrong-footing both Christine and the audience, or maybe they're just misunderstood. The fascinating premise forces us to sift through the clues ourselves to figure out what's going on.
Continue reading: Before I Go To Sleep Review
The 47 year-old actress speaks candidly of her marriage to Keith Urban, and her journey to being in such a happy place personally.
Nicole Kidman's movie career is nothing short of a success, but the cost of fame and fortune has often left the Australian actress's family and personal life in turmoil as it is no secret she has experienced some amazing highs and shattering lows over the years.
Kidman has experienced some very high and low moments in her personal life
In a rare occurrence, the Oscar-winning star recently opened up about her past struggles in a revealing interview in the new issue of The Edit, recalling her journey to find the happy place she finds herself in now.
At just 24, Watson joins Nicole Kidman and HRH Princess Bajrakitiyabha of Thailand as a UN Women spokesperson.
Emma Watson may be just 24, but she is already doing big things with her life, beyond starring in the most successful film franchise of all time. Fresh off her Bachelor’s degree at Brown, Watson has been appointed as the new goodwill ambassador of UN Women – the United Nations body dealing with issues of equality and empowerment.
On the heels of wrapping her new movie, Emma Watson has taken on an publicity role with the UN.
"Being asked to serve as UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador is truly humbling," Watson, 24, said in a statement, according to Reuters. "Women's rights are something so inextricably linked with who I am, so deeply personal and rooted in my life, that I can't imagine an opportunity more exciting," she said.
Continue reading: UN Women Names Emma Watson As Youngest UN Ambassador
Imagine waking up each day with no recollection of the past.
All sour memories of Nicole Kidman in Grace of Monaco are about to be forgotten as she gives an unforgettably unsettling performance in new thriller Before I Go To Sleep. Like 50 First Dates meets Memento, the movie focusses on a woman who wakes up each morning with a wiped memory due to her amnesia.
Kidman plays Christine Lucas, who is suffering from a complicated form of amnesia brought on by a terrifying incident that left her injured. Christine wakes up each day with no recollection of anything, despite keeping a video diary to remind herself.
It becomes apparent that no one can be trusted as her husband Ben (Colin Firth) is reluctant to tell her things about the past and her doctor (Mark Strong) seems to have ulterior motives. Christine learns that the only person who could have a chance of identifying her attacker is herself, if only she could remember what happened.
As Colin Firth is replaced as the voice of Paddington Bear, we have a cute and funny new trailer to watch.
Missing the lead actor in your movie four months before its release? No problem! As was evidently thought by director Paul King and the makers of the upcoming children's adaptation, Paddington. A new trailer has been released for the live action movie, which is based on Michael Bond's Paddington Bear creation, whilst neatly side-stepping the absence of a voice for the titular brown bear.
A New 'Paddington' Trailer Shows The Little Bear Up To No Good In A Bathroom.
Colin Firth had been cast as the voice of Paddington - the only animated character in the movie - but stepped away from the role after it was decided that his tones didn't fit theanimation. "It's been bittersweet to see this delightful creature take shape and come to the sad realisation that he simply doesn't have my voice," the actor explained last month.
Continue reading: Paddington Bear Makes Debut In Funny New Trailer…Minus His Voice
Paddington is a young Peruvian bear who has always held a curiosity for the city of London. After his equally adventurous Aunt Lucy's home is destroyed, she decides to send him off to England after teaching him all about a famous explorer she once knew who lives there. Unfortunately, when Paddington gets to Paddington Station, he has no idea where he is or how to even exit the place. After struggling with the various signs for a long while, he is eventually spotted by the kindly Brown family, who agree to take him in until he can find out the whereabouts Aunt Lucy's explorer friend. However, Paddington's life skills aren't up to scratch and he's about to learn that there's a lot more to life in London than he initially thought. Meanwhile, he is forced to defend his life when his presence is acknowledged by an evil bear taxidermist.
Continue: Paddington Trailer
Christine Lucas is suffering from a complicated form of amnesia whereby she cannot remember anything about her past, who she is, who her family are and the nature of the terrifying incident which left her that way. More still, each day she wakes up with no recollection of anything, despite having learnt plenty of information about herself before she went to sleep the day before. In a bid to recall all the lost information, she records a video diary day by day and soon learns that not everyone around her can be trusted. Her husband Ben is refusing to tell her certain things about her past, while her doctor, Dr. Nash, appears to have ulterior motives as he helps her to recover. It becomes more and more evident as the day presses on that something shockingly corrupt has occurred - and she's the only person who knows what it is.
'Before I Go To Sleep' is a gripping psychological thriller based on the acclaimed book of the same name by S.J. Watson. Starring Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth and Mark Strong, it has been both directed and written by Rowan Joffe ('Brighton Rock', '28 Weeks Later', 'The American', 'Last Resort') and is due for cinematic release in the UK on September 5th 2014.
Is there a Sing Along of the Year Award? This video should probably win.
No, Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman aren’t headed for a divorce – in fact, they couldn’t be farther from the thought. In case you needed further proof that the pair are adorable and still in love, the couple visited a children’s hospital in Australia on Friday and sang a heartwarming duet of Amazing Grace.
Nicole Kidman still has the voice, in case you were wondering
Urban, a true man of country, brought his guitar on their visit to Monash Children’s Hospital, while Kidman showed off her impressive pipes. She joined in with her husband, making it into a rather endearling duet. By the end of the song, the musical pair had the entire room singing along.
Even Nicole Kidman couldn't do anything with the lousy 'Grace of Monaco' script.
After 2013's disastrous biopic Diana, starring Naomi Watts, it was something of a shock that filmmaker Olivier Dahan soldiered on to make Grace of Monaco, starring Watt's best pal Nicole Kidman. Reviews for both films were uniformly awful, so at least the actresses will have something to laugh about over dinner.
Nicole Kidman [L] as Grace Kelly in 'Grace of Monaco'
The odd thing is that both Diana and Grace of Monaco were made by European filmmakers who have strong pedigrees. Diana was directed by German filmmaker Oliver Hirschbiegel, whose Downfall (2004) is considered one of the finest movies ever made about the collapse of Nazi rule. Meanwhile, Dahan directed Marion Cotillard to an Oscar in the Edith Piaf biopic La Vie en Rose (2007).
Continue reading: 'Grace Of Monaco': The Curse Of The Princess Biopic
While the tone is all wrong, this fantastical version of a momentous year in the life of Grace Kelly is still entertaining, and not just unintentionally. Lavishly designed and heavily fictionalised, the film is anchored by a solid movie-star performance from Nicole Kidman that may miss Kelly's persona but captures an intriguing inner life.
It's set in 1961, five years after Grace (Kidman) left her Oscar-winning career to marry Monaco's Prince Rainier (Tim Roth). Now with two kids, she is still struggling to define her role as a foreign-born princess while considering a return to Hollywood. Meanwhile, France is ominously threatening Monaco with embargoes and more if Rainier doesn't start taxing his population and paying the money to France. Taking advice from her priest friend Tucker (Frank Langella), Grace decides to devote herself to her husband to help solve the crisis. This will require training with an etiquette guru (Derek Jacobi) as well as fending off the in-laws (Geraldine Somerville and Nicholas Farrell). And it may mean that she'll never return to the movies.
The script by producer Arash Amel presents each of Grace's decisions in the most simplistic melodramatic light, as director Olivier Dahan cuts to yet another extreme close-up of Kidman's weeping eyes. The corny approach undermines any chance at real drama, as the filmmakers keep trying to crank up suspense (someone is leaking secrets!) or emotion (the people need a champion!) without building up any meaningful substance. This makes most of the plotting feel rather laughably silly, centred around a painfully dull series of political negotiations.
Continue reading: Grace Of Monaco Review
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