Posts Tagged nicole kidman
Posted by Cameron in Uncategorized on June 29th, 2007
In total contrast to her recent appearances on the set of “Australia”, the Baz Luhrmann film currently in production in Australia, Nicole Kidman has been chosen as the ‘face’ of Nintendo’s latest advertising campaign for its “More Brain Training”. Kidman will be seen in worldwide TV spots starting this week.
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Posted by Cameron in Uncategorized on June 24th, 2007
In one of the closing scenes of “Australia” Nicole Kidman’s character “Lady Sarah Ashley” screams “Nullah!” as she and Hugh Jackman’s character fall to the ground near the the prone body of Brandon Walters character “Nullah”. Around them fires are burning in the war torn Darwin/Bowen set. Is this an indication that Nullah dies at the end of the movie? Make of it what you will, I doubt anyone will even remember this once the movies hits cinemas sometime in the distant future!
See pics of this scene at http://www.cameronlaird.com/gallery/2849094#166033900
Posted by Cameron in Uncategorized on June 20th, 2007
Well, this is all I can show you of Nicole Kidman’s 40th birthday party. Flagstaff Hill was the location for the birthday bash and it was guarded like the famous hill on Iwo Jima. Maybe minus the .50 calibre machine guns but still a precision military style exercise. Anyway, Bowen locals enjoyed the fireworks and while we couldn’t see it from town I can tell you that a pyrotechnic sign “Happy Birthday Nicole” blazed in the Three Sixty carpark. Anyway, Happy Birthday Nicole!
See my “Australia” pics at http://www.cameronlaird.com/gallery/2849094
Posted by Cameron in Uncategorized on June 2nd, 2007
I found this video on YouTube showing some of the production behind “Australia”, the Baz Luhrmann film featuring Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, Bryan Brown, David Wenham and many more quality Australian actors.
Posted by Cameron in Uncategorized on June 1st, 2007