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Seven Covers of W Magazine Volume #9 2019


The cover stars are Claire Foy, Emily Blunt, Kiki Layne, Jonah Hill, Margot Robbie, Michael B. Jordan, Nicole Kidman, Mahershala Ali, Amy Adams, Eddie Redmayne, Rami Malek, and Saoirse Ronan, all photographed by Tim Walker. (source)


Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Regina King, Glenn Close, Kathryn Hahn & Rachel Weisz for The Hollywood Reporter November 28th, 2018


Miller Mobley shot the cover. (source)


Nicole Kidman for Allure US December 2018


Bryn Bowen shot the cover. (source)


Featured Article: Nicole Kidman for Marie Claire US October 2018


Nicole Kidman has gone from ingenue to serious dramatic actress (and has an Oscar and Emmy to prove it). Coming up, she stars alongside Russell Crowe in ‘Boy Erased’ (in theaters Nov 2) where actress brings her signature humanity and heart. Of his fellow Australian co-star, Crowe says, “I waited a long time to be married to Nicole.”

Here for Marie Claire, Kidman opens up combating fear, her philosophy on giving back, her conflicts with male directors in the #MeToo era, and much more.

On whether she’s ruled by her heart or her head as an artist: “I always say I’m a pretty even mix, but I’m probably dominated by [my heart]. If you don’t come from a feeling place, you just end up with an enormous amount of technique. I have this [brains], but that can be overruled. It fluctuates too. I have a strong sexuality. It’s a huge part of who I am and my existence.”

On her feminist roots: “We’d get teased in school: ‘Oh your mom is so radical.’ At the time we’d roll our eyes and be embarrassed. But my sister and I are both advocates now. It was an incredible gift to be given.”

On combating fear: “…I was raised by stoics. It’s a philosophy, a way of behaving and being in the world, which I kind of don’t have. I have a little bit of it, but I have far more of, like, ‘Oh my God, how am I going to get through this? …I can’t get up! I think once you have children, your resilience is built, and your ability to go, ‘OK, I can’t wallow…”

On her philosophy of giving back: “The day after I won [the Emmy for Big Little Lies], I was in San Francisco doing a fundraiser for domestic violence. It’s probably the Catholic in me, but as soon as there’s some sort of glory or you receive something, you then have got to immediately counteract it with giving back.”

On her conflicts with male directors accused of sexual misconduct: “I look at those films that Polanski made, and they’re amazing. I’m sort of navigating through it myself with my own moral compass. What do you do? Do you ban it? Or see it as art? Or judge it in this time looking back at that time? I have no answer.” (source)

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Nicole Kidman for Tatler UK July 2018


Victor Demarchelier shot the cover. (source)


Six Covers of Time Magazine April 30th-May 07th 2018


The cover stars are actors Nicole Kidman and Tiffany Haddish, tennis player Roger Federer, #MeToo founder Tarana Burke, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, and actor/singer Jennifer Lopez. (source)


Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon & Tom Hanks for Vanity Fair March 2018


Annie Leibovitz also photographed VF editor in chief Graydon Carter and actors Michael B. Jordan, Zendaya, Jessica Chastain, Michael Shannon, Claire Foy, Harrison Ford, Gal Gadot and Robert De Niro for the fold out covers. The issue marks Graydon‘s final issue for the magazine. (source)

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Margot Robbie & Nicole Kidman for Vogue UK February 2018


Juergen Teller shot the cover with styling by Edward Enninful. (source)

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Featured Article: Zoë Kravitz for Elle US January 2018


29-year-old Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald and Big Little Lies star Zoë Kravitz wears Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello dress and Kenneth Jay Lane earrings on the January 2018 cover of Elle US shot by Paola Kudacki with styling by Samira Nasr.

On how she fell in love with film: “I didn’t grow up with television. We had a TV, but it wasn’t connected to anything except for a VCR. My mom [Lisa Bonet] would go to the video store, and I was allowed to watch one movie a weekend. I was an only child, and your imagination goes crazy. These films kind of became my friends.”

On her Big Little Lies cast mates: “I said, Wait, I’m getting to work with whom? When? Women like Laura [Dern] and Nicole [Kidman] and Reese [Witherspoon], I’ve grown up watching them, and to me they’re, just untouchable. …They were so encouraging. When those women are in your corner, it gives you a little pep in your step.”

On how fashion inspires her acting roles: “For me, clothes are a gateway to characters. I watch Audrey Hepburn movies and I want to do my makeup like that. I watch Stand by Me and I think, I want to look like a boy.”

On the importance of being honest: “It’s good to be polite, but it’s important to be honest. There’s a difference between saying hurtful things and saying, ‘This may be a little uncomfortable, but no.’ Or ‘Please remove your hand from my lower back’ or ‘You made a weird joke. Why did you make that joke?’” (source)

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Five Covers of Glamour US December 2017


Which cover do you prefer? Gigi Hadid, Solange Knowles, Nicole Kidman, Samantha Bee or the organizer of Women’s March? (source)

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