Nicole Kidman

‘The Beguiled’ Trailer: Colin Farrell Receives Some Strange Southern Hospitality

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by Britt Hayes February 8, 2017 @ 11:47 AM
Well, would you look at that. Sofia Coppola went and made a proper genre film — transforming her signature dreamy style into something vaguely insidious in the first trailer for The Beguiled. A remake of the 1971 Clint Eastwood film (based on the 1966 novel of the same name), Coppola’s latest stars Colin Farrell as a wounded Union soldier who takes refuge at a southern boarding school headed by Nicole Kidman. And then things…take a turn.

First Look at Nicole Kidman in ‘Top of the Lake: China Girl’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 13, 2016 @ 8:54 AM
See-Saw Films
We’ve already seen one look at Mad Men alum Elizabeth Moss back in action for Top of the Lake Season 2, so what of her famous co-stars? Sneak a peek at Nicole Kidman’s grey-haired debut in Top of the Lake: China Girl, which is also now called Top of the Lake: China Girl, apparently.

Sofia Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ Kicks Off Production With New Details and Release Date

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by Britt Hayes November 2, 2016 @ 2:37 PM
Columbia
Sofia Coppola’s latest project already sounds like it could be her most interesting in years, particularly for a longtime fan such as myself who found her last two efforts — Somewhere and The Bling Ring — to be entirely underwhelming (though not without some merit). The director has officially begun production on her next film, The Beguiled, a Civil War-era drama which marks her fourth feature with Kirsten Dunst, and will hit theaters next summer.

Elisabeth Moss Gives Good Stare in First ‘Top of the Lake’ Season 2 Photo

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 5, 2016 @ 12:17 PM
See-Saw Films
SundanceTV’s Top of the Lake proved so successful in its first season that many were keen to leave the series a standalone, but we’re still glad they didn’t. It’s a long way back to the Top of the Lake in 2017, but take a look at the first Season 2 photo with Mad Men ex Elisabeth Moss right now.

Dev Patel Uses Google Earth to Find His Long-Lost Family in First ‘Lion’ Trailer

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by Erin Whitney August 25, 2016 @ 10:17 AM
The Weinstein Company/TIFF
Google Earth is great. I often use it to find that one restaurant I went to on that one street, or for dumb reasons like trying to see if those satellites ever caught me walking outside my apartment. (We’ve all tried it, right?) But Google Earth can also do some actually important things, like help you find your long-lost family.

Sofia Coppola Reportedly Reuniting With Kirsten Dunst for ‘The Beguiled’

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by Britt Hayes March 29, 2016 @ 5:25 PM
Columbia
We came very close to getting a live-action update of The Little Mermaid directed by Sofia Coppola, but our dreams of being part of that world (or at least viewing it) were crushed thanks to good ol’ creative differences. It’s been three years since Coppola’s previous film, The Bling Ring, but our wait for her next project may soon be over as the director is reportedly reuniting with Kirsten Dunst for a remake of Civil War romance The Beguiled, with Nicole Kidman and Elle Fanning set to co-star.

‘Wonder Woman’ Details Clear Up Confusion Over Nicole Kidman and Robin Wright

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by Britt Hayes December 19, 2015 @ 1:01 PM
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A couple of months ago it was reported that Warner Bros. had offered a role in Wonder Woman to Nicole Kidman, with many speculating that the actress would be portraying Hippolyta, a major Amazonian warrior queen and the mother of Gal Gadot’s Diana. When the official lineup was revealed, Kidman’s name was missing and Robin Wright was on the roster, leading us to assume that Wright had taken Kidman’s role — not so fast, as it appears that the studio is considering a shake-up…or maybe not?

‘Secret in Their Eyes’ Trailer: Julia Roberts Will Have Her Revenge

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by Britt Hayes November 5, 2015 @ 7:50 PM
“He can change his name. He can dump his car. I will still find him.” Julia Roberts is not even close to messing around in the new trailer for Secret in Their Eyes, Billy Ray’s remake of Juan Jose Campanella’s gripping Spanish film that won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2009. Secret in Their Eyes looks similar in tone to Denis Villeneuve’s Prisoners, featuring plenty of gut-wrenching drama and a revenge-minded, grieving parent.