I have some bad news for fans of the HBO limited series Big Little Lies who thought its final episode was an expertly crafted and wholly satisfying conclusion that provided more than enough closure to its major subplots (as well as a perfect final shot): Liane Moriarty, author of the book on which the series was…
As Jezebel’s two biggest Big Little Lies devotees, Bobby Finger and I had some final thoughts on the HBO series. Here we talk prestige television, Nicole Kidman’s endurance, gendered violence, and my recent conversion to the church of Reese Witherspoon. Needless to say, there are spoilers ahead.
Scarlett Johansson’s recent decision to strategically uncouple from Romain Dauriac seems to have taken Duraic by surprise, if this quote from an insider source is any indication.
Has HBO been promoting Big Little Lies for two full years? Because it feels like HBO has been promoting Big Little Lies for two full years. Or maybe I’ve just been following Reese Witherspoon for too long (she essentially live-Instagrammed the show’s entire production).
Way back in 2003, after Nicole Kidman extricated herself from the grip of her mirthless marriage to Tom Cruise, she dated Lenny Kravitz. The relationship ended, she found Keith Urban and everyone went on their merry way. But they weren’t just dating —they were actually engaged. What! Really?
Here is a helpful parenting suggestion from me, a woman who does not have children but might someday: if you want to have intimate relations with your partner, how about you just do it and keep that shit to yourself?
Let’s say it’s someone’s birthday, and you’re tasked with buying them a cake. You don’t want to do something obvious like, “Happy Birthday [FIRST NAME] [LAST NAME].” You want something more intimate. Something that suggests you know this person better than anyone else. So what do you do? You get them a cake that says,…
The number of exclamation marks I’d like to use in reaction to this story is probably more than my editor Kate Dries would prefer, but let’s just see how many I can get away with: Oh my god, Nicole!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Earlier this week, it was reported that Nicole Kidman would be joining the second season of Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake in an “undisclosed part.” To fans of the show—even ones like myself who were underwhelmed by its conclusion—this was a reason to be excited. Though her recent successes are few and far between,…
Nicole Kidman has just joined the second season of Top of the Lake, Jane Campion’s bleak and peculiar mystery series, which stars Elizabeth Moss as a troubled Sydney police officer who specializes in cases involving children.
Though I have watched several Facebook Live streams—and even appeared in a few alongside my on-again/off-again nemesis Madeleine Davies—I didn’t full comprehend what Mark Zuckerberg was trying to achieve with his company’s latest attempt to maintain our attention until watching Keith Urban lip sync his new single…
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we discover a new magazine store within walking distance of our office (the old one was several stops away on a very annoying train), enter it, notice the magazines are all old, ask the friendly old man if this week’s tabs have come in, are told they’re in the back, and follow him to…
Henry Cavil, ex-boyfriend of Kaley Cuoco and current boyfriend of Batman (I think that’s what the new movie is about?), has some pretty interesting thoughts on catcalling that he decided to share with The Sunday Times for unknown and presumably bad reasons.
In an interview with the Evening Standard, Nicole Kidman said that she doesn’t regret her marriage to Scientologist Tom Cruise. “I was a baby when I married Tom, but I don’t regret any of it,” Kidman told the newspaper. “But out of respect for Keith, I tend not to discuss any of that now …” she added. For a profile…
In the October issue of Interview, Nicole Kidman was interviewed by Lee Daniels, the man who directed her in 2012’s absolutely bonkers The Paperboy. When discussing why he loves directing women, Daniels says:
Elle has begun releasing snippets of their upcoming cover story on Nicole Kidman and among the more interesting* tidbits are Kidman's reflections on marrying husband Keith Urban after only one month of dating.
Elle's first issue of the year 2015 came into our IRL inbox via Pony Express recently and there are some confusing things going on. Not Nicole Kidman, who is gorgeous if facially immutable, and a perfectly timed cover choice, as she is set to star in Jason Bateman's The Family Fang, as well as Paddington.
Grace of Monaco opened the Cannes Film Festival last night, and by all accounts, it was a horrible thing to endure.
The Cannes Film Festival is underway, and yesterday's premieres included the new film Grace of Monaco, starring Nicole Kidman. Cue the couture and glamour.