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Nicole Kidman: Home Sydney Home

Nicole Kidman: Home Sydney Home

Nicole Kidman arrives in Sydney on Monday with her husband, country superstar Keith Urban, after a flight from Nashville, Tenn.

The couple will be attending Tuesday’s Sydney premiere for her new Baz Luhrmann-directed film, Australia.

Unfortunately for Keith at this year’s Country Music Awards (CMAs), he lost out to Kenny Chesney for Entertainer of the Year and Brad Paisley for Male Vocalist of the Year. Maybe next year!

10+ pictures inside of Nicole Kidman back home down under…

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92 Responses to “Nicole Kidman: Home Sydney Home”

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  1. 1
    BIM Says:

    YAY FIRST!!!!!!!!!!

  2. 2
    ali Says:

    Australia First Review,

    Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman shine in Australia

    REVIEW: HE SET himself an enormous challenge, but Baz Luhrmann has pulled off an incredible film in Australia.

    Shoehorning two complete films into one package, Australia sees Nicole Kidman as Lady Sarah Ashley, a priviilged aristocrat drawn to the outback to sell her late husband’s failing cattle station.

    But she’s soon drawn to the landscape, a little Aboriginal boy called Nullah, played startlingly by newcomer Brandon Walters, and a taciturn drover (Hugh Jackman) who reluctantly helps her save her property.

    The film begins with surprising slapstick and trademark Luhrmann over-the-top humour – a scene featuring Jackman giving himself a bath with a bucket is pure beefcake and proud of it – but settles into a compelling and moving tale which traverses war, race relations, class and the Stolen Generation.

    It’s a movie with a message, but Luhrmann provides the audience with no shortage of thrills, from a cliff hanger cattle stampede to the bombing of Darwin.

    Kidman and Jackman are perfect together, Jackman’s broad speaking drover a perfect foil to Kidman’s snooty English rose.

    Australia is full of familiar faces, from David Gulpilil to David Wenham, Bryan Brown to Ben Mendelsohn, but not so familiar places, to many Australians anyway.

    Australia features some of the most beautiful photography ever seen in an Australian film, from the Bungle Bungles in the Kimberley to the Northern Territory in the midst of the wet season.

    A love letter to the Australian landscape and our history, Australia has international blockbuster written all over it.

    http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,2…03-2902,00.html

    I CANT WAIT FOR AUSTRALIA

  3. 3
    CAN´T WAIT EITHER!! Says:

    Australia First Review,

    Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman shine in Australia

    REVIEW: HE SET himself an enormous challenge, but Baz Luhrmann has pulled off an incredible film in Australia.

    Shoehorning two complete films into one package, Australia sees Nicole Kidman as Lady Sarah Ashley, a priviilged aristocrat drawn to the outback to sell her late husband’s failing cattle station.

    But she’s soon drawn to the landscape, a little Aboriginal boy called Nullah, played startlingly by newcomer Brandon Walters, and a taciturn drover (Hugh Jackman) who reluctantly helps her save her property.

    The film begins with surprising slapstick and trademark Luhrmann over-the-top humour – a scene featuring Jackman giving himself a bath with a bucket is pure beefcake and proud of it – but settles into a compelling and moving tale which traverses war, race relations, class and the Stolen Generation.

    It’s a movie with a message, but Luhrmann provides the audience with no shortage of thrills, from a cliff hanger cattle stampede to the bombing of Darwin.

    Kidman and Jackman are perfect together, Jackman’s broad speaking drover a perfect foil to Kidman’s snooty English rose.

    Australia is full of familiar faces, from David Gulpilil to David Wenham, Bryan Brown to Ben Mendelsohn, but not so familiar places, to many Australians anyway.

    Australia features some of the most beautiful photography ever seen in an Australian film, from the Bungle Bungles in the Kimberley to the Northern Territory in the midst of the wet season.

    A love letter to the Australian landscape and our history, Australia has international blockbuster written all over it.

    http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,2…03-2902,00.html

  4. 4
    no name Says:

    me too!!!
    can’t wait !!!!
    yay!!!

  5. 5
    the real jc. Says:

    I’ve heard Australia (the film) is the Gone With the Wind for a new generation. That’s a mighty BIG call. HUGE call. But I guess if it’s to be done, who better to do it than Baz and then add those two leads……..I just can’t see how you could go wrong.

  6. 6
    GOOD VICTORIA Says:

    Why TWO big long interview’s ?????..and they are the same !!
    Nicole is so beautiful and talented that I would watch her in ANY movie….It’s to bad Keith lost out in both of the important CMA’s category, but Kenny and Brad are just as good…Tough call !!!
    Where is Sunday Rose ????….left behind with a nanny ?

  7. 7
    ali Says:

    Thanks for the review!! Sounds exciting and excellent work by Baz. This is going to be a wonderful movie to experience. I’m thrilled that he’s made such a proud moment for Australia.

  8. 8
    ali Says:

    Woohoo!! A glowing review , CAN´T WAIT EITHER

  9. 9
    Urban Myths Says:

    Good Victoria, little Sunday doesn’t have a day nanny, sez Kidman. I guess she’s back in Nashville left to fend for herself.

  10. 10
    viva la vida Says:

    I miss Australia (the country)! Don’t know about the film though, not a big fan of nicky kidman in general

  11. 11
    ali Says:

    Great first review !!!!!!

    GOOD VICTORIA

    Where is Sunday Rose ????….left behind with a nanny ?

    i Guess, nicole and keith will stay less than 24 hours in australia

    To attend the premiere only

  12. 12
    ali Says:

    Australia will be 2 hours and 45 minutes of PERFECTION

  13. 13
    Dana Says:

    Love her, can’t wait for the movie

    I Love Australia the country! I can’t wait to view the scenery!

  14. 14
    ali Says:

    this film does look beautiful,
    so many oscars Here

  15. 15
    ali Says:

    #12

    Interesting

  16. 16
    ali Says:

    The movie looks good and Hugh jackman is the sexiest movie star alive. he’s so manly and hairy. grrr

  17. 17
    ali Says:

    I SO WANNA SEE AUSTRALIA!!!

  18. 18
    ali Says:

    THIS MOVIE will be so awesome!!!

  19. 19
    ali Says:

    can´t wait for this movie!!!!!!!!!! Nicole and Hugh are the perfect couple

  20. 20
    ali Says:

    HUGH, NICOLE AND BAZ:

    I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE YOU!

    This movie will be great…

  21. 21
    ali Says:

    I LOVE BAZ!!!

    AND HUGH AND NIC ARE SUCH GREAT ACTORS!!!!

  22. 22
    ali Says:

    oh,the Review looks awesome!
    can’t wait ,this movie is based on the country I live in and theres not many of them, awesome! Nicole Kidman is great and it looks so good!

  23. 23
    ali Says:

    a new baz’s masterpiece!! I cant wait

  24. 24
    ali Says:

    Beautiful!
    can’t wait to see Nicole in this!
    she’s going to be brilliant! This is going to be The Best Movie of The Year. Hugh Jackman is awesome. OSCAR AWARDS

  25. 25
    ali Says:

    Everything looks right in this movie. Totally love Nicole and I think this time around she is back. Hope she gets an oscar nod for Best Actress and wins too yay why not.

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