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Nicole Kidman: New 'Stoker' Stills & Clip!

Nicole Kidman: New 'Stoker' Stills & Clip!

Nicole Kidman and Matthew Goode look into each other’s eyes in a newly released still for their film Stoker, written by Wentworth Miller.

The 43-year-old Aussie actress was also seen in stills with her co-star Mia Wasikowska.

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Check out Nicole, Mia, and Matthew in a newly released clip below from the film, which is scheduled to premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival on Sunday (January 20).

Mark your calendars, Stoker is out in theaters on Friday, March 1!


Nicole Kidman – ‘Stoker’ Clip

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Posted to: Matthew Goode, Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman

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30 Comments

# 1

Isn’t she 45 years old? I believe Nicole was born in ’67. Anyway I’m looking forward to this movie and I like Mia.

# 2

This looks absolutely amazing. Another great performance from Kidman!

# 3

Mia is one of the most talented actresses of her generation. And Wentworth Miller is great!

# 4
geeza louisa @ 01/19/2013 at 1:29 pm

Kidman is absolutely chilling in this movie. Can’t wait to see her and the others! Looks like an excellent horror movie!

# 5

Best Ass Ever !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

# 6

This looks amazing! These two are great and Park Chan-wook is an amazing director.

# 7

Amazing actress who has the ability to reel you in with raw emotion (line delivery).
BUT as for performance, she was able to give so much more before the work to her face. (IMHO)
The character she portrayed were more interesting and captivating when you could see the emotion/feeling reflected in her face (I thought she was real good at showing that before).
This clip shows that NK still has the acting chops BUT that scene could have been SO much better if the emotions were able to be SEEN.
ALL the different facial movements she attempted to convey so many emotions were faint and almost unrecognizable without the characters lines. She seems to have one look now, SERIOUS. (those eyebrows are stuck)
I hope she stops with whatever work she has done or is doing and allows herself to grow old gracefully and allow us the moviegoers the opportunity to enjoy her FULL acting/performance capabilities.

# 8

@Stoker: Wow. You can’t see the emotions on her face in this scene? Are you blind? What are your favorite performances of hers?

# 9
ANONYMOUSE @ 01/19/2013 at 4:02 pm

Great script,

and

great delivery.

thank-you!

ANONYMOUSE @ 01/19/2013 at 4:09 pm

@Stoker:

I hear what you are saying, but I think it is more about the emotions being FELT, (energetically conveyed), than being “SEEN”, as such …

ANONYMOUSE @ 01/19/2013 at 4:19 pm

Kidman’s performance in this film has been described as “gasp-inducing” … certainly for me: … the line (and delivery thereof): “personally speaking, I can’t wait to see life tear you apart”, IS gasp-inducing! Can’t wait to see the whole film. Hate having to wait so long. Still waiting for Paperboy to come out on vid so I can get to see it and decide (crit) for myself.

jennifer445 @ 01/19/2013 at 4:39 pm

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The movie looks intriguing. You don’t have to scrunch up your face to convey emotions. Especially in close- ups, that would be overacting. This clip was very effective because Nicole is a fine actress.

ANONYMOUSE @ 01/19/2013 at 5:11 pm

@Haley:

Yes, it’s called “inner monologue” – conveyed through the eyes … yes, you don’t have to physically frown to convey the emotion of incredulity, for example …

The guy is a creep, the girl is a weirdo and the mom is a psychopath. It looks like the scenes are not all dark. The director definitely has some artistic ways.

Nicole is greatest actress ever. Meryl Streep is a great actress also and gets recognized for it. I think Nicole is so beautiful she doesn’t get the recognition she deserves.

Oh please. She is no streep. Her looks and ex husband got her where she is today. And enough with the lesbian best ass ever comment. Its old.

Kidman’s face looks swollen and completely null and void emotionally .. another botoxed box office bomb.

Joni, once your mind starts playing tricks and tries to favorably compare Kidmans talent to Streeps, it’s time to check into the nearest funny farm for an extended stay.

@Me3: You’re right. Kidman is no Streep. Kidman is far more interesting, fearless and fascinating than Streep.
And Kidman has an Oscar. Her ex-husband doesn’t.

LA Times (2009) … Nicole Kidman didn’t deserve to win an Oscar for one big hambone scene in a plastic nose in “The Hours,” a film so awful that it was blasted (correctly) as the worst film of 2002 by Time, New York Daily News and Newsday. But she won best actress for a terrible supporting role because Hollywood wanted to give a comforting embrace to the recently cast-off wife of the town’s box-office king.

@x: Could you post a link to your “article”? I want to see who wrote this.

Here are a few reviews of Kidman’s Oscar nominated performance in “The Hours”:

From Peter Travers (Rolling Stone) : “Kidman’s acting is superlative, full of passion and feeling.”

From Stephen Holden (New York Times) : “Ms. Kidman, in a performance of astounding bravery, evokes the savage inner war waged by a brilliant mind against a system of faulty wiring that transmits a searing, crazy static into her brain.”

From Dennis Lim (Village Voice) : “It’s an astonishing Kidman who contributes the film’s — and maybe the year’s — most inspired turn.”

From Mick LaSalle (Boston Globe) : “Everyone who experiences “The Hours” will comment first on the acting, but it’s Kidman, barely recognizable with her nose extended, who’s the most impressive. “Leonard, I believe I have my first sentence,” Virginia tells her husband (Stephen Dillane) — and it’s on such lines that the fate of movies hang. That we don’t laugh but rather believe that Kidman is Woolf, and that she indeed wrote the book, is a testament to the actress’ intelligence and presence.”

And yeah, I remember TIME Magazine really hated “The Hours”. But they loved Kidman in “The Paperboy” and “Rabbit Hole” (it was in their Top Ten of the year 2010′s best films, at number 6).

Their review of Kidman in “The Paperboy”: “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.”

TIME review of “Rabbit Hole”: “A couple, Becca (Nicole Kidman) and Howie (Aaron Eckhart), attempt to cope with the sudden death of their young child. Uh-huh: there have been so many manipulative movies on this subject that simply to hear the plot of Rabbit Hole could induce a case of mourning sickness. But the tone achieved by writer David Lindsay-Abaire (adapting his Pulitzer Prize–winning play) and director John Cameron Mitchell (who did the splendidly rambunctious indie films Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Shortbus) is fine and generous, an unbroken series of subtle, privileged moments. Kidman, in a career-best performance, and Eckhart lend pitch-perfect calibration to the couple’s shared and separate agonies. It’s as if previous treatments of the subject were a series of failed experiments, and Rabbit Hole is the Eureka! moment. This is how movies can bring a great, grave theme to indelible dramatic life.”

All that I know is Nicole Kidman is a great actress and actors that work with her adore her because she is so nice. I also think her husband and adorable daughters by Keith has made her happy. Good for her !!

I can’t wait to watch stoker… this clip is really strong… I think I never felt that angry and envy from Kidman in any of her movies… what’s awesome, she manages herself to be different in every single character she does… that’s why I like her… she’s a great actress…!!!

THIS IS MEAN ACTING! i can’t wait for this movieeeeeeeeee!!!

Domenique888 @ 01/20/2013 at 6:03 pm

OMG! Goosebumps after her look! She scared the f*ck outa me

Kidman’s acting style is restraint and subtle and yet she is still able to convey emotions, that’s a mark of a great actress. Not all actors can do that. While most actors rely on body movements and facial expressions to convey emotions, she on the other hand uses her eyes and line delivery to convey the right emotions of the character she is playing, and that can be very difficult.

Anna, I have heard some cr@p in my time but that really takes the cake.

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