Nicole Kidman is turning off all hints.
In a recent interview with Guardians, the “Being a Ricardian“actress discusses what it’s like to step into a comedian’s shoes Lucille Ball for her lead role in the film. The movie – which Kidman starred opposite Javier Bardem as Desi Arnaz– follow both the celebrity couple’s professional and personal lives during a hectic week of filming”I love Lucy. ”
“It was about a creative and romantic relationship that didn’t go smoothly,” Kidman told the outlet of the real-life couple, who eloped in 1940 and divorced in 1960. “But from it comes down to some extraordinary things. And I love that. I love that it’s not a happy ending.”
“This movie says you can make an extraordinary relationship thrive and leave the remnants of it to last forever,” she added. “Yeah, that’s really cool. You can’t get people to behave the way you want them to, and sometimes you’re going to have a crush on someone who isn’t going to be the person you spend the rest of your life with. And I think. All of those things fit perfectly. You can have kids with them. Maybe not, but they’re so in love.”
In the article, the journalist recalled asking the actress “with delicate care” if Kidman’s answer was how she talked about her marriage to Tom Cruise, Kidman replied, “Oh, my God, no, no. Absolutely not.
Kidman, who the journalist noted became “angry” continued, “And I’m also going to ask not to talk like that again. I feel almost sexist, because I’m not sure who That’s going to say it to a man. And at some point, you go, ‘Give me my life. In the true sense of the word.’ “
Nicole and Tom married in 1990, and they divorced 11 years later, in 2001. Prior to their separation, the couple adopted two children: Isabella, 29 and Connor, 26. The “Big Little Lies“star, who is married to Keith City since 2006 – and welcome two daughters, Sunday, 13, and Faith, 11, were recently asked about Is she upset with questions about her past high-profile relationships?.
“I’m young. I thought I’d suggest it?” she told Harper’s Bazaar in October. “Maybe I’ve been a little bit reckless, but I always try to be as open-minded as possible. I just love living in the world that way… Sometimes I’m wary, and I’ve been hurt, but at the same time I prefer a warm approach to a closed approach.”
https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/entertainment/entertainment-news/nicole-kidman-calls-out-sexist-interview-question-about-ex-husband-tom-cruise/3092293/ Nicole Kidman raises ‘sexist’ interview question about ex-husband Tom Cruise – NBC10 Philadelphia