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Nicole Kidman & Daniel Day-Lewis: Kiss Kiss

Nicole Kidman & Daniel Day-Lewis: Kiss Kiss

Nine stars Nicole Kidman and Daniel Day-Lewis film a steamy kissing scene on Friday (January 30) on the set of their new movie currently filming in Sutri, Italy.

The 41-year-old Aussie actress, who wore a fedora and fur coat, plays Claudia, the muse and protege of film director Guido Contini (Day-Lewis). Nine is set for a November 25, 2009 release.

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116 Responses to “Nicole Kidman & Daniel Day-Lewis: Kiss Kiss”

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  1. 76
    justsayin Says:

    she looks like an old wh**re in that coat. she should be skinned alive. that would improve her signing, so it would actually serve a good purpose.

    Nicole loves to wear fur that comes from tortured animals that were gassed and skinned while still alive! What a third rate wh**re she is.

  2. 77
    Emily Says:

    Some people here are less than honest. Being in a movie is no excuse for wearing something that caring and responsible people are now boycotting since it involves great pain and suffering for animals.

    OF COURSE an actor of her magnitude could say no to wearing real fur, in or out of a movie, since it could seriously damage her reputation and image. These mega stars have VERY good contracts. Saying she had no choice is intellectually dishonest. She just didn’t give a damn.

    A-listers do not have to smoke or wear furs in movies unless they choose to go along with it. Let’s get real here and stop the nonsense.

  3. 78
    Rob Says:

    she looks like a complete idiot in that hat.

  4. 79
    PETA Says:


    What You Can Do
    Consumers need to know that every fur coat, lining, or piece of trim represents the intense suffering of animals, whether they were trapped, ranched, or even unborn. This cruelty will end only when the public refuses to buy or wear fur.

    Do not patronize stores that sell fur, and let the stores’ owners know why you won’t buy from their establishments. Write letters to the editors of fashion magazines that splash fur-clad models all over their pages and explain how wearing fur supports a cruel industry and why faux fur is a much more compassionate option.

  5. 80
    PETA Says:


    No federal humane slaughter law protects animals in fur factory farms, and killing methods are gruesome. Because fur farmers care only about preserving the quality of the fur, they use slaughter methods that keep the pelts intact but that can result in extreme suffering for the animals. Animals may have clamps attached to or rods forced into their mouths and rods are forced into their anuses, and they are painfully electrocuted. Other are poisoned with strychnine, which suffocates them by paralyzing their muscles with painful, rigid cramps. Gassing and neck-breaking are other common slaughter methods in fur factory farms.

    The fur industry refuses to condemn even blatantly cruel killing methods. Genital electrocution—deemed “unacceptable” by the American Veterinary Medical Association in its “2000 Report of the AVMA Panel on Euthanasia”—causes animals to suffer from cardiac arrest while they are still conscious.(9) In 1994, Indiana became the first state to file criminal charges against a fur factory farm after PETA investigators documented genital electrocution at V-R Chinchillas. The chinchilla fur industry considers electrocution and neck-breaking “acceptable.

  6. 81
    PETA Says:


    To cut costs, fur farmers pack animals into small cages, preventing them from taking more than a few steps back and forth. This crowding and confinement is especially distressing to minks—solitary animals who may occupy up to 2,500 acres of wetland habitat in the wild.(7) The anguish and frustration of life in a cage leads minks to self-mutilate—biting at their skin, tails, and feet—and frantically pace and circle endlessly. Zoologists at Oxford University who studied captive minks found that despite generations of being bred for fur, minks have not been domesticated and suffer greatly in captivity, especially if they are not given the opportunity to swim.(8) Foxes, raccoons, and other animals suffer just as much and have been found to cannibalize their cagemates in response to their crowded confinement.

    Animals in fur factory farms are fed meat byproducts considered unfit for human consumption. Water is provided by a nipple system, which often freezes in the winter or might fail because of human error.

  7. 82
    Rob Says:


    Investigators reported that up to 8,000 animals were loaded onto each truck, with cages stacked on top of each other. Cages containing live animals were tossed from the tops of the trucks onto the ground 10 feet below, shattering the legs of the animals inside them. Many of the animals still had collars on, a sign that they were once someone’s beloved companions, stolen to be bludgeoned, hanged, bled to death, and strangled with wire nooses so that their fur can be turned into coats, trim, and trinkets.

    Undercover investigators from Swiss Animal Protection/EAST International toured fur farms in China’s Hebei Province and found that foxes, minks, rabbits, and other animals were pacing and shivering in outdoor wire cages, exposed to everything from scorching sun to freezing temperatures to driving rain. Disease and injuries are widespread on these farms, and animals suffering from anxiety-induced psychosis chew on their own limbs and repeatedly throw themselves against the cage bars.

    The globalization of the fur trade has made it impossible to know where fur products come from. Skins move through international auction houses and are purchased and distributed to manufacturers around the world, and finished goods are often exported. Even if a fur garment’s label says that it was made in a European country, the animals were likely raised and slaughtered elsewhere—possibly on an unregulated Chinese fur farm.

  8. 83

    When undercover investigators made their way onto Chinese fur farms recently, they found that many animals are still alive and struggling desperately when workers flip them onto their backs or hang them up by their legs or tails to skin them. When workers on these farms begin to cut the skin and fur from an animal’s leg, the free limbs kick and writhe. Workers stomp on the necks and heads of animals who struggle too hard to allow a clean cut.

    When the fur is finally peeled off over the animals’ heads, their naked, bloody bodies are thrown onto a pile of those who have gone before them. Some are still alive, breathing in ragged gasps and blinking slowly. Some of the animals’ hearts are still beating five to 10 minutes after they are skinned. One investigator recorded a skinned raccoon dog on the heap of carcasses who had enough strength to lift his bloodied head and stare into the camera.

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  10. 85
    Violeta Says:

    Beautiful, Beautiful,Beautiful,Beautiful…..
    She is perfect.. all envy her beauty… I love Nicole Kidman!!,

  11. 86
    gerard Vandenberg Says:

    Maybe you’ll understand now her home is a movie-set too, folks!!

  12. 87
    TIM GUNN Says:

    It’s definitely an early 1960′s vintage fur coat.

    That style hasn’t been made in decades.

    The dress appears to be the same design worn at the Sydney premiere of “Australia”, by L’Wren Scott.

  13. 88
    zoe Says:

    pretty excited about this movie. its got a great cast…all are oscar nominees/ winners. nicole looks great here…hope she’ll redeem herself.

  14. 89
    tulip Says:

    She’s amazing!!!!!!!!!

  15. 90
    Serena Says:

    To all those invoking the name of PETA and/or voicing their “outrage” over wearing furs ….

    - Are you eating meat (beef, chicken, fish, etc)? If so, then you are participating in the killing of those creatures.

    - Are you wearing leather products (shoes, belts, jackets, etc)? If so, you are just as guilty!

  16. 91
    KIKI Says:

    OMG i’m disgusted! No, not by Nicole’s fur coat, but by STUPIDITY OF THIS PEOPLE. taco, you should live YOUR life instead passing half of your day hating a woman who will never know you’re in the world. Sje was smoking for the scene, and if you’re so stupid to not understand it, you should put the word end to your days. And I’m incredibly DISGUSTED BY OTHER LOOSER PEOPLE who have nothing better to do in they LOOSING LIVES than attack an actress who wears a fur (maybe false) coat in A MOVIE SCENE NOT IN THE REAL LIFE.
    What about Kate Winslet? Who wears praudly a fur coat in her last Vanity Fair’s coat?!
    The truth is: YOU CAN’T STAND NICOLE KIDMAN BECAUSE SHE’S INCREDIBLY BEAUTIFUL, TALENTED, POWERFUL, WITH BIG BIG BIG HITS IN HER CAREER (yes people: the golden compass, moulin rouge, happy feet, the interpreter, the others, cold mountain, batman forever, far & away, australia), ALL AROUND THE WORLD SHE’S KNOWN AS THE MOST FAMOUS AND IMPORTANT ACTRESS, and no matter what you say here, because you are stupid people in a stupid blog, without no lives, without no ambitions.
    You don’t have any solution to attack her, so you do it with fur coar, botox, false flops…
    Gosh, I will never change one day of my life with one of yours. Your lives must be a terrible sad.

  17. 92
    hostas Says:

    omg she’s a goddness…

  18. 93
    Jillian Says:

    TACO =

    Terribly abnormal, crazy, obnoxious!

    Testy and creepy ogre!

    Totally atrocious, cantankerous, obese!

  19. 94
    really Says:

    KIKI – get over yourself! Go back to NKU and keep writing about how perfect Kidman is in your world. None of you know the real Kidman.

    How can one tell this is going to be a hit by any of these stills? I believe the same was said for “Australia”, and how’s that movie doing in the awards category?

  20. 95
    KIKI Says:

    It’s funny how kidman hater belive that all the people that defend nicole are member of NKU. well stupid human being, i’m not NKU member, i’m just a person who admires good actress like nicole kidman and who loves good movies.
    i suppose you know how is the real kidman, don’t you? and you know it by a pic, right? well stupid human being, for what we now maybe this fur coat is false, and there is any reason to attack her.

    you are really really really stupid and incredibly sad.

  21. 96
    MADDIE Says:

    I think all this hate for nicole kidman is terrbly morbid. Now I start to be scared.

  22. 97
    ponyo Says:

    She was smoking during the scene so what’s the problem?
    And if she wasn’t smoking for the scene but during the break what’s the problem?
    A cigarette sometimes doesn’t kill anyone yet. She makes sport, she eats healthy food, I think she takes care of hersels too much.

    And she wears a coat, it’s clear like the sun it’s false, but if is it real? You false animalist eat animals everyday. Guess how McDonalds makes your favourite hamburger…

    People should stop to think too much for something that doesn’t exsist.

  23. 98
    taco Says:

    sorry, the fact is, I like Nicole Kidman very much, but I attack because I want to see how fans she has.

  24. 99
    taco Says:

    really, the quality of a movie is not in how awards can win. you have a REALLY superficial view of the Cinema.

  25. 100
    taco Says:

    This IS the real taco. I find it real strange that Kidman’s fans can’t handle when people come on here and state their honest opinions of her – even if they are negative. So then her fans come on here posing as another poster, for example, taco 7:59 and taco 8:40. You are doing Kidman no justice by doing this. This behavior shows how sick Kidman’s fans really are – it shows what kind of a celebrity Kidman is when she has people like you looking up to her.

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