Nicole Kidman slams ‘sexist question’ about ex-husband Tom Cruise: ‘Not sure anyone would say that to a man’
Nicole Kidman needed to self-discipline an allegedly sexist search info from from a journalist about her present movie Being the Ricardos. The actor used to be talking about her persona Lucile Ball and her relationship with husband Desi Arnaz in an interview with The Guardian’s Eva Wiseman.
She described the movie thus: “It’s about a inventive and romantic relationship that doesn’t work out. Nonetheless from it advance some unheard of things. And I love that. I love that it’s no longer a contented ending. This movie says you might as well salvage an unheard of relationship thrive and leave remnants of it that exist forever. Yeah, that’s essentially dazzling.”
She added, “You might perchance’t salvage of us behave how you might perchance well like them to, and in most cases you’re going to fall in treasure with any individual who isn’t going to be the particular person you utilize the comfort of your life with. And I mediate that’s all very relatable. You might perchance also simply have children with them. You might perchance also simply no longer, nonetheless they were very worthy in treasure.”
When the journalist went on to ask if that is her “way of talking about Tom Cruise” Nicole replied, “Oh, my God, no, no. Absolutely not. No. I mean, that’s, honestly, so long ago that that isn’t in this equation. So no. And I would ask not to be pigeonholed that way, either. It feels to me almost sexist, because I’m not sure anyone would say that to a man. And at some point, you go, ‘Give me my life. In its own right.’”
Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise married in 1990 and their marriage lasted until 2001. In 2006 while speaking to the magazine Ladies’ Home Journal she said that she still loved him “He was huge; still is. To me, he was just Tom, but to everybody else, he is huge. But he was lovely to me and I loved him. I still love him,” she said.
Meanwhile, Being the Ricardos, written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, released on Prime Video on December 21. The film has received mostly positive reviews. The Indian Express gave it 4 out of 5 stars.
“Oftentimes, it is her [Nicole’s] efficiency that attracts you advantage in when Sorkin writes himself into corners. There’s a mysterious ferocity to her Lucy when she is off-camera, which transforms with the flick of a swap into the loud caricature that we recognise from the sitcom. As unbelievable as she is at talking Sorkinese, Kidman deserves an Oscar nomination correct for one closeup against the tip of the movie, which achieves precisely what Sorkin wants it to. He does the legwork for it with every little thing in his writing arsenal, nonetheless depends fully on Kidman to carry it home. And she does,” the evaluation read.