as we have seen in the past Method acting can be overused at times, Austin Butler admitted to this for his role in Elvis. Butler still felt the effects of the film post-production. and in fact He once left the set in tears after being beaten hard to delve deeper into the film’s characters.
Nicole Kidman made a fortune in the industry, however, it was warranted. Especially considering the roles the actress has been able to perform over the years.
Kidman’s role in undo It proved to be more tricky, especially behind the scenes. We’ll take a look back at Kidman’s involvement and how she was so ill because of the role. Plus, we’ll dive into some of her successes in Hollywood. and how the actress continues to spend money today.
Nicole Kidman isn’t afraid to take risks with her career.
Nicole Kidman is at the top of Hollywood. But many times she felt as though her career was quietly coming to an end.
“I’m in my early thirties. And I was like, ‘Yeah, I think maybe. And then I did it again at 40 and I used the scope you just said. ‘Now is the time for me to go out to the pastures.’”
Today, the opposite holds true as Kidman continues to star in high-profile projects. The actress credits her ability to take risks when it comes to taking on certain roles. Which is why she is happy to continue with the business.
“I don’t know if it’s risky or not. I had some crazy side ideas that might not know how to pursue a mainstream career path. I never had. I’ve always been the black sheep of my family. I’ve always been a little offbeat,” Kidman told Screen Daily.
“I’m left-handed, which I’m very proud of… I was raised by parents with strong social conscience. So I might be attracted to flawed characters. And I can feel it and try not very considerate.”
However, that didn’t mean Kidman’s career was going smoothly. She had a lot of problems behind the scenes. as well as in the series The Undoing recently.
Nicole Kidman was ill during her time on The Undoing due to her physical inability to leave the character.
Nicole Kidman delves into her character and, as she admits, Turning it off at home is also prone to problems. This is what happened in between. undo While Kidman has a hard time adjusting back to her normal personality,
“I suddenly came to this place. My personality is rather restless. i feel uncomfortable and threatened who I am,” Nicole explained in an episode of the show. WTF with Mark Maron podcast
Ultimately, Kidman became very ill and unable to get out of it.
“I’m really sick. (during filming),” she revealed. “I think this is a big thing that happened to the actors. I took a week off because your immune system doesn’t know the difference between acting and reality when you do that. (lost role)”
Kidman also revealed that sleeping was extremely uncomfortable.
“I didn’t learn to get rid of that. It really didn’t work for me. I went home and slept badly and wasn’t feeling well… it really bothered me.”
Kidman will go on to admit that her family played a key role in helping her overcome her emotional breakdown during her role in The Undoing.
Nicole Kidman is determined not only to play the protagonist. but also devote both physical and mental energy to them as well
Of course, Kidman appears in the highest-level roles. But she vowed to pay it forward. Appearing in a movie or show directed by a woman every 18 months, it’s clear that Kidman has lived up to that promise.
she said The Guardian, “It’s my way to go. ‘Keep me accountable. My commitment to this industry is I will give space for new sounds to come out and they will support me… That’s part of ‘Paying Forward’
“I can rest. Or I can do what I promised to do. Of course, I’m tired, but at the same time I felt that I needed to stop talking about it. and really did it.”
Motivation also came in the form of her children at home. “I have a 13-year-old kid who wants to be a director. She’s really interested in comedy.” Her eyes widened as if to say, “Imagine!”
Obviously, Kidman has a lot more to offer.