It is one of the last successful series to date: The Undoing, broadcast on the HBO platform, tells the story of a therapist (Nicole Kidman) with a successful career whose world falls apart when her husband (Hugh Grant) is suspected of a heinous crime. The Australian star, yet used to grueling roles, recently confided in an interview how much this performance had impacted his mental well-being. In the WTF episode of Marc Maron’s podcast aired on Monday, January 11, Nicole Kidman revealed that she was prone to a real illness while filming The Undoing, just like her character, because it seems that her immune system “does not know tell the difference between real life and the game “. “My personality was disturbed by a kind of worry, I was constantly uncomfortable and clearly more myself”, explained the actress before continuing: “I was completely flat during one week … That’s how much it disturbed me “. Nicole Kidman, whose filmography is far from including a string of “light” roles, also explained that it was not uncommon for her to be subject to heavy slack and insomnia attacks when ‘she was finishing a shoot, lamenting her difficulty leaving the role, when other colleagues manage to turn the page perfectly. In recent years, Nicole Kidman had also taken on a trying role playing the character of Celestial in Big Little Lies, a series in which she plays a woman beaten by her husband.
Nicole Kidman will soon play Lucille Ball in the cinema
In her next projects, the ex-wife of Tom Cruise should take the features of Lucille Ball, the famous American actress and comedian at the height of her glory in the 1940s. She will share the poster with Javier Bardem, who will play her husband .
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