Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Blind Item about Kidman Revealed

We will have two blog tidbits today. The first is a blind item revealed about the Diva from Crazy Days & Nights. The second will be about the "benefits" of being a member of Urban's fan club.

Blind Items Revealed

January 26, 2010


This married A list actress knows she is losing her popularity quickly. So, she has informed her managers to get her in the next Twilight movie. When they told her there were no parts for her, she said, "Well have them make up one or I will find new managers. Who wouldn't want me in their movie?"

Nicole Kidman

6 comments:

maclen said...

AH! Benefits of being a member of monkeyland? Now that's something I'd like to sink my teeth into! Looking forward to that. Now...who is this kidman? And why would anyone want to put her in their movie?

mikki said...

Well, well. For all the fans who think NK's career is still going strong - even NK herself realizes that her popularity is dwindling away quickly. But judging from her statement, she is yet to realize that shes no longer on the A-list. New managers can't help her. She should bow out gracefully. She'll never be on top again.

notbuyingit said...

Box Office Poison? Surely she jests. Let us hope that the powers at Summit are smarter than that. I guess she could play Bellas grandmother.

blue sky said...

Didn't she obtain new management at the time of this blind item? So did she threaten the new management with "or else"? Even though she would wreck the Twilight movies, she would save on makeup expense if she played a vampire! It really is a role she can be in - not act, but just stand there looking like a vampire.

A440 said...

I'm not sure this is La Kidman. My understanding is that she now has a new manager.

One manager, as in singular.

smorgas91 said...

Obviously a lot of producers (and directors) who make the movies don't want her in their movies... she's proven that casting her made their movies a guaranteed ho hum at best if not totally trashed. I thought Australia with proper casting may have saved that movie (likely big budgeted?) Casting her made the movie a big global joke with her Third Lip, waxen face, poor acting, etc. Saw Reader the other day, was actually good (WWII/Nazis movies are not my taste); but that was largely because of Winslet, and serious take on the movie by the cast, I think; had sustained my interest. God, if it had this lady in it, it could have easily been a big joke, a lot of immobile facial shots and a role she would have played ingenue (you know, the staid, mannered, reserved, totally uninteresting bimbo) Bet the new management team wouldn't miss her piddly earnings henceforth by this aging has-been celebrity...think better return would be nurturing the relatively smart young beautiful starlets to stardom...or what they call that?...invest in next young muse....