A small-town witch, a punk-rock den mother, and a Monterey mom: Nicole Kidman has nearly one hundred on-screen roles to her name (and that's only her acting credits). From TV to the big screen and back to TV again, the 51-year-old actress has learned a lot about Hollywood in her three decades of nonstop work in the industry.
The actress was just 23 years old when she had an ectopic pregnancy, which was followed by a miscarriage years later.
Nicole Kidman often cradles husband Keith Urban’s face when they kiss, and a body language expert says this is a little showy. “This is her opportunity to say ‘Look what I’ve got.’”
The reason behind their wise choice is a hot tip we might all want to remember.
Leave it to Nicole Kidman to steal the show on the 2018 Oscars red carpet. The "Big Little Lies" actress stepped out for the 90th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday night in a stunning blue gown that featured an oversized bow at the waist, and it was one of the absolute best looks of the star-studded red carpet. Noticeably absent were husband Keith Urban and "Big Little Lies" co-star Reese Witherspoon, who she has been walking the red carpet with at a slew of shows throughout awards season.
Most of us would be happy to attend the Academy Awards just once, but for Nicole Kidman, the Oscars are old news -- she's been hitting the red carpet for more than 25 years! Nicole's first Oscars appearance was in 1991, when she accompanied then-boyfriend Tom Cruise to the 63rd annual ceremony. Special notice has to go to a few standout looks: The star's vibrant 1997 gown by Dior divided critics, but it's gone down as one of the most memorable Oscars looks in history.
Nicole Kidman went old Hollywood glam on Sunday night at the SAG Awards, pairing her sleek long-sleeved gown with a simple updo and a red lip.
Nicole Kidman is speaking out about domestic violence again. Nicole Kidman is asking her “3.5 billion strong and beautiful sisters” to support each other in the fight against domestic violence. The 50-year-old actress, who won an Emmy for her role as Celeste Wright, a lawyer who is physically and emotionally abused by her husband, in HBO’s series Big Little Lies, penned an open letter in Porter magazine’s Winter issue addressing the inequalities faced by women.
At the Emmys on Sunday night, there was so much marvelousness — from head to toe — that might have gone missed.
Kidman talks falling in love with her gray wig in "Top of the Lake," attempting to influence Keith Urban's skin care routine, and more.
Nicole Kidman, currently starring in the critically-acclaimed Top of the Lake: China Girl, stunned on yet another red carpet. The ageless beauty walked the red carpet at the National Gallery of Victoria at the Dior Gala Ball held in conjunction with The House of Dior exhibition in Melbourne, Australia.
Sofia Coppola's latest film, 'The Beguiled,' is creepy. Gothic and layered, the entirety of this highly-stylized film is visually gorgeous. And that's in large part due to the ethereal costumes designed by Stacy Battat.
Bella Hadid showed up on the CFDA red carpet in a dazzling bright-pink blazer dress designed by Virgil Abloh of Off-White.
Douglas Kirkland’s 1961 photo shoot with Marilyn Monroe is one of her most famous. Photographer Douglas Kirkland‘s 1961 photo shoot helped to shed an intimate light on one of the most tantalizing figures in Hollywood at the time, actress and model Marilyn Monroe. For the famous photo series “An Evening With Marilyn Monroe,” the star posed unclothed and wrapped in white bed sheets.
The finale of Big Little Lies was an emotional, twisted doozy, and an affirmation of deep female friendship that withstands insane odds. Now-widowed Celeste Wright (Nicole Kidman) closed out the show cavorting on the beach with the other moms. For the first time, we saw her showing actual skin, now that her abusive husband is dead after a fortuitously timed push down the stairs.
Oh, where does the time go? The 2007 Oscars took place on February 25, and the night’s big winners were Forest Whitaker for Last King of Scotland, Helen Mirren for The Queen, and Jennifer Hudson in her breakthrough role in Dreamgirls. As for red-carpet winners: We loved As for red-carpet winners: We loved Emily Blunt‘s strapless Calvin Calvin number (who walked the red carpet to support The Devil Wears Prada) and Meryl Streep‘s relaxed yet ladylike Prada frock. Maybe it’s the water.
If you’re going to hit one after-party post Globes, let it be HBO. The Beverly Hilton’s pool area was transformed into an opulent outdoor ballroom, where guests danced the night away to classic tracks from Michael Jackson and David Bowie. The Leftovers star Justin Theroux put in an appearance without his better half. When asked where wife Jennifer Aniston was that night, Theroux said at home, watching in her pajamas and that he looked forward to joining her soon.
Nicole Kidman opted for simple black at a London screening of her latest film, Lion. Nicole Kidman usually sticks to her signature classic and elegant style, but the actress recently proved that she’s not afraid to experiment with a bold minidress every once in a while. At a screening of her latest film, Lion, the 49-year-old Australian-American actress wore a chic black, long-sleeved dress with ankle boots.
If you’re a fashion and pop culture junkie, or a cinematic daydreamer who often relates real life experiences to those witnessed on film, you’ll love this dreamy new tome by fashion industry icon Hal Rubenstein. The Looks of Love: 50 Moments in Fashion That Inspired Romance, is like VH1′s Pop Up Video in book form, providing little known details and the author’s first hand insights behind everything from Courtney Love’s initial wardrobe choices (she handmade all of those baby doll dresses, btw) to Dior’s elaborate haute couture shows in Paris to how to replicate that iconic gray off-the-shoulder sweatshirt worn by Jennifer Beale in Flashdance. “I don’t think the idea was never not with me,” Rubenstein tells Yahoo Style upon explaining the impetus behind the book. “I have always been fascinated by how powerfully certain pop-cultural images insinuate themselves into our emotional behavior.” Enlisting pals such as Calvin Klein, Debra Messing, John Galliano, and Michael Kors to chime into the conversation, Rubenstein offers a enlightening and gossipy read, a touchstone for anyone who lived through these moments (or wishes that they had). As for his favorite moments? “I won’t ever forget the hysteria of John Galliano freaking everyone out at Versailles with his Amazonian warrior collection for Dior inspired by The Matrix,” he says. “I had the pleasure of introducing my friend Versace to South Beach.