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Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban: Australian Park Stroll with the Girls!

Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban: Australian Park Stroll with the Girls!

Nicole Kidman spends some time with her husband Keith Urban at a park on Monday (December 24) in Sydney, Australia.

The 45-year-old actress and the 45-year-old country singer were joined by their cutie pie daughters Sunday and Faith.

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Nicole recently chatted with the Los Angeles Times about a specific scene in her recent film The Paperboy.

“The peeing scene, which everyone seems shocked by, I played it as black comedy. To me that was funny,” Nicole shared. “It wasn’t meant to be ‘Oh, my God.’ It’s not sexual, it’s her actually trying to heal a jellyfish wound, and she’s territorial and fighting off other girls. It’s her way of showing she cares. So I put a different slant on it.”

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  • http://Comcast Teri

    @ :) Frozoid. ( same person) Good God you are a sick person. Nicole and Keith perfection. I am sure their children are well taken care of, better than yours, get off of your iPad and go check on them, try to forget about Nicole and Keith, try to give your sick mind a rest.

  • Josh

    @JJ: You obviously haven’t seen The Paperboy. The “peeing scene” is nothing. Here’s a great review of Nicole’s performance from the Los Angeles Times : “Kidman is a force of nature, more vulnerable, more sensual than she has ever been. The control you usually see in her performances has been thrown to the wind, and the freedom she exudes is intoxicating.”

  • Em

    It was 90 degrees in the shade. What I see is a hot little Sunday Roast without sun protection.

  • Josh

    @Em: You don’t need to change your name every time you post here.

  • TC

    Here’s a review for you to read Josh … The Paperboy, A Haggard Old Dog of a Movie, A Calamitous Failure On Every Conceivable Level, by Caspar Salmon.

    As a rule, you rarely come across a film whose audacity, artistry and sheer beauty are able to make all of its disparate elements coalesce into a moving, thought-provoking drama that entertains and asks questions of its audiences. The Paperboy, Lee Daniels’ follow-up to the critical and commercial hit Precious is no exception to this rule, being a haggard old dog of a movie that is a calamitous failure on just about every conceivable level. Stupid, boring, ugly, badly written, directed and acted, morally questionable and smug, this is a dud through and through, with so few redeeming features that it would be an act of charity for me to list them. It represents a career low for everyone concerned — a remark I would like to follow with a reminder that The Paperboy’s cast members have appeared in Failure To Launch,The Stepford Wives, High School Musical 3, Scary Movie 3 and Must Love Dogs.
    Set in the early days of the Civil Rights movement — which should already set alarm bells a-ringing amongst viewers who know what Lee Daniels can do to an ‘issue’ when so minded — The Paperboy focuses on a young man (Zac Efron, doing his damnedest) whose journalist brother (McConaughey) arrives in town with a black British colleague to investigate the possibly wrongful conviction of a man for murder. The brothers and the colleague (David Oyelowo) soon link up with Charlotte Bless, a nympho obsessed with writing to convicts on death row, who has been corresponding with the suspect (John Cusack). Macy Gray, who plays the brothers’ maid, narrates the whole disaster, for reasons that are unclear. Over the course of a summer so hot that Efron must walk around in tiny white briefs for a significant portion of the film, the film sees many exciting twists and turns occur en route to finding out whether Cusack is guilty or not. These twists and turns include gay interracial BDSM sex that results in the loss of an eye, Nicole Kidman peeing on Efron’s face to save him from jellyfish stings, and Oyelowo turning out to be not British at all but American, which makes no sense at all and didn’t need to be put in.
    That’s the thing with Lee Daniels’ wouldn’t-it-be-cool-if school of writing: anything goes. While this is to be saluted when in service of a vision or even, god forbid, a story, it doesn’t go down well when it’s used in a film that touches on racism, murder and rape, and it certainly doesn’t help this picture. Everything is done in such cack-handed fashion — the overly expository and folksy narration, the disposable camera cinematography, the quite astonishing plot gaps, the vile sex scenes, the way it tackles race — that you leave the cinema feeling almost overwhelmed by the badness.
    The race moments are terribly done: Efron’s tender, teasing relationship with Macy Gray is implausible and sits badly beside his calling Oyelowo a horrible epithet at one point; something for which he apologises to Gray but not Oyelowo. Homosexuality — presented here as a ho-hum plot twist — is laughably presented and apparently not that much of a problem for anyone to accept in the early 60s. There is a ridiculous thriller-style ending to the film that renders invalid any emotional involvement that there might have been. In terms of storytelling, the brothers’ relationship is poorly written, Oyelowo’s character a joke, and the story peters out at the end, with a little bit of narration bunged in to make up for it. How can it have been so shabbily made?
    McConaughey, who has been here before with A Time To Kill — an infinitely better film — completely fails to convince in his role as a crusading journalist with a dark secret. Nicole Kidman throws herself into her role when she should really have dipped a toe in it and run for the hills: her Charlotte Bless is inconsistent, pruriently written and a complete embarrassment from start to finish. Her sex scene with Cusack, inter-cut with footage of pigs, was repugnant and seemingly endless. Efron — filmed adoringly and kitted out in the manner of a gay 70s pornstar with blond highlights and an assortment of vests, white underpants and barely-there swimming-trunks — tries to register his character as a human but is in truth a collection of stitched-together characteristics; and anything we need to know about him is fed to us in narration. Macy Gray gives the best performance of the film. I know. Redeeming features now over with, it remains to ask why this film was allowed to show at a celebration of art films. It can only be because its stars were sure to show up on the red carpet and provide headlines, for the film is strictly without merit as anything other than a laughable potboiler. It is a sorry, limp, bedraggled mess of a film — so bad it’s bad. Don’t watch it.


    It is just my observation, but it surprises me that Sunday is out in the sun without a hat. Nicole has often said that she was not allowed to go out into the sun at all as a child because of her fair skin; and that today she is grateful for that. It seems that Sunday has the same fair skin and I would have thought the same would have applied to her. Who knows, maybe Sunday refuses to wear a hat or sleeves (to protect her skin). The Urbans have said Sunday is strong-willed.

  • sheila

    omg people! Relax! These photos were just a moment in time. We have no idea how long they were even there. They are excellent parents and wouldn’t expose their children to too much sunlight. Get a grip!

  • Josh

    @TC: That review was written by someone called “Caspar Salmon”. Never heard of him. Is he a reviewer?
    Here’s another review of Kidman’s performance by Mary Corliss from TIME Magazine : “The revelation, however, is Kidman’s performance. Renouncing the goddess image she has so frequently assumed, her Charlotte is a ripe, feral creature, working all her sexual wiles just for exercise. With a risky mixture of precision and abandon, Kidman splendidly creates a vision of Southern womanhood at its most toxic. It won’t happen, but she deserves the Best Actress prize at this year’s Cannes.”

  • kary

    OMG… many sick people here…. they’re having time together… we have not idea how long they were there… they look happy… I see two little girls having fun with Nic and Keith… I just don’t understand why the same people gets mad everytime Nic is having a happy time with her family… come on guys, maybe you should try go out and breath fresh air and think in your own life and stop critize the other ones!!!

  • http://yahoo Maynard1

    I don’t remember seeing Kidman smile while with her family for a long time. It’s a shame because she’s all smiles during filming. At the Cannes festival she was actually giddy, and photos taken while she’s been filming in Belgium are ‘ toothy’ to say the least. Nicole, if you don’t appreciate the second chance you received seven years ago, you’re making the biggest mistake of your life. Your family deserves the best, not a pained look because you have to take a walk with them now and then. The bottom line is you’re married to a very desirable man who’s going to wake up some day and realize that fact whether you do or not.

  • Billy

    Kidman, November 2008 … Three years ago I had a wonderful (plummeting) career. I was getting (chasing) movie offers. I had an (undeserved) Oscar. I had beautiful children (who I never saw). But there was something (nothing) missing, I wasn’t loved! A man (victim) came along and (I) said, “Let me take (order) you to Tennessee” (for a photo op). There he (ME) said, “You deserve to be (contractually) loved. Let me (contractually) love you.” And I did (don’t). So thank (screw) you Keith …

  • Josh

    Are all the Keith Urban fans as nasty, vicious and crazy as “Billy”, “Maynard1″ and all her other names (Em, TC, JJ, …)?

  • @Maynard1

    Guess you missed the other pictures of Nicole laughing and chasing Sunday around. And Keith with little Faith on a swing. Lovely, happy family.

  • plain truth

    @@Maynard1 They know. They always play dumb. They scour the internet for info and new photos. I’m sure they saw those plus the video Nicole posted of Xmas shopping for her family in Belgium, the pics of Nicole with the girls at a museum in Europe, Sunday out with Daddy shopping, Nicole with Faith on her lap traveling. They’ve seen it all and yet Maynard and her 101 user names will post lie after lie after lie.

    @Josh Absolutely not. Don’t let the few mentally disturbed women who hate themselves and their real lives give you the wrong impression. There are fan sites, message boards, tumblr blogs that have embraced Nicole & Keith as a couple from day one. They are great communities to be a part of. The trolls here feed on their own hate. They are sad and sick and don’t in any way represent a true Keith Urban fan. All you have to do is read his fan club message board to see how much we only want the best for his wife and daughters.

  • 1urbanfan27

    @Maynard1: No worries…He knows…

  • 1urbanfan27

    @plain truth: lol…Why do celebs pimp out their families? And keep other things a secret?

  • 1urbanfan27

    @dontchaknow: lol… :)

  • 1urbanfan27

    @plain truth: You have no concept of a true Keith Urban fan…Most of you came along after her…And apparently, you never listen to Keith himself when he tells you that everyone is entitled to their opinions…When he tells you that the song meanings change to him…When he tells you he needs sleep…When his own moderator tells you that bullying will not be tolerated…He has told you many things, if you would only listen…Unfortunately, you are too busy believing what’s in print…

  • 1urbanfan27

    @dontchaknow: And BTW…FYI…He is my King…He knows…And there is nothing you can do to change that…

  • Get back on your meds 27

    What have you nuts been saying for 8 years – Keith lost most of his fans after ”she” came along. Get your stories straight.

    You have no grip on reality. Why are you so fixated on a man you think is pimping out his family and hiding things. You seriously need help because Nicole and his daughters don’t ”deem” themselves a part of his life. They don’t need your permission. They just are because he chose Nicole, loves her, and made a family with her. He will never choose you.

  • 1urbanfan27

    @Get back on your meds 27: I didn’t say HE was, stalker…Why do you think he looks like that in the pictures? As for his choices…He knows what they are…You do not…

  • 1urbanfan27

    @Get back on your meds 27: And of course you have been reading my blog…It’s amazing how many google to find me or trace me through .net…Why so interested in me?

  • http://comcast Barbara

    @Cristina: Nicole is a friend of Rupert’s ex-wife, not Rupert.