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Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman Goes Completely Britney On Us

Nicole Kidman’s acting talent knows no bounds.  She won an Academy Award for playing Virginia Woolf in The Hours.  She was virtually unrecognizable in that movie.  Now she’s filming The Danish Girl where she plays the first post-op transsexual.  This chick is always choosing projects that really challenge and stretch her abilities.  Here is Nicole in her newest role portraying a car seat.  She’s amazing; she can play anything.

Nicole Kidman Goes for the Gold

We all know that Australia isn’t going to be winning all (or any!) of the Oscars they’d hoped for, so Nicole Kidman decided instead to dress up like a ridiculous gold statue at the Australia premiere in Madrid.

This look could have worked, I think, if she’d paired it with simple black shoes and maybe a different necklace, but it’s kind of blinding and silly the way it is.


“The baby comes wherever I go, and I just like looking at her, watching her breathe. I stand over her crib and watch her breathe. It’s pathetic. My mum says I’m over-bonded. I don’t care. I’m just very bonded right now … I don’t want my baby photographed. I just couldn’t have her exposed. She’s my baby girl, and I’m very protective, and I’m still hormonal. I keep her close. I just wanted to be in the bubble of Keith, Sunday, Bella and Connor and me. That was the bubble for the first month … She’s just barely rolling over, smiling and giggling. She looks just like her daddy. She’s got my skin, unfortunately. I wanted her to have dark skin. She’s so pale, and she has to wear zinc cream and hats. Poor Sunday. There’s no frolicking on the beach.”

Nicole Kidman discusses her four-month-old baby, Sunday Rose, in an interview with USA Today.

Is anyone else a little shocked that she even remembers that she has two other kids?

Nicole Kidman Plays First Post-Op Transsexual

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences really appreciates girl on girl action and any gender bending roles.  Charlize Theron in Monster, Nicole Kidman in The Hours, Hilary Swank in Boys Don’t Cry. 

So even though the film is only in pre-production, I call Oscar nominations for Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman who are starring in the independent movie The Danish Girl.  The film, based on a true story, tells the tale of two married artists and how the husband changes after posing as a female model for portraits.  Kidman gets to play the guy who, in time, became the first post-op transsexual.  Will you watch?  It sounds like a fascinating story.


“I touch wood every day.”

Nicole Kidman in December’s Glamour Magazine

Fuck.  Wood is such a distracting force for me.  Sorry. 

“I felt I became a star only by association. I didn’t think [the early movies] were very good, which is why I would always cower in the background. I thought, I don’t deserve to be here. We would go to the Oscars and I would think, I’m here to support him. I felt it was my job to put on a beautiful dress and be seen and not heard.”

Nicole Kidman in December’s Glamour Magazine discussing life with Tom Cruise

And yes, that is Nicole Kidman’s wax figure from Madame Tussaud’s.



“Nicole Kidman’s forehead looks like a fucking flatscreen TV!”

Sharon Osbourne sharing her thoughts on plastic surgery while appearing as a guest on Chelsea Lately.

Meow.  Truly?  I’m all for plastic surgery as long as it doesn’t completely morph you into a droid.  Nicole Kidman looks great.