Oscar Nominee Nicole Kidman Joins Presenter List

Beverly Hills, CA – Academy Award®-winning actress Nicole Kidman will be a presenter for the 83rd Academy Awards®, telecast producers Bruce Cohen and Don Mischer announced today.

Kidman is nominated this year for her lead performance in “Rabbit Hole.” She took home the Best Actress Oscar in 2002 for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in “The Hours.” Kidman also received a nomination in 2001 for her lead performance in “Moulin Rouge.” Her other film credits include “The Golden Compass,” “Cold Mountain,” “Dogville,” “The Others,” “The Portrait of a Lady,” “To Die For” and “Dead Calm.”

  1. YAY,
    I sure hope that she wins. What a great movie and heart wrenching story. Can’t wait to see the lovely couple on the big night.
    They’ll both be looking great I know.

  2. I have nothing at all against Nicole Kidman, or this film. The thing is, out of 10,000 possible Oscar viewers, you might find one person who has seen Rabbit Hole. If the academy wants to honor art house films, that haven’t been viewed by the audience, how can they expect any interest? Maybe the Oscars should consider holding the show at a Holiday Inn. Let the public view the red carpet, give us a chance to laugh at their outfits, then end the “show.”

  3. Wow, what an original, thoughtful, insightful sentiment. You obviously care deeply about film and aren’t some mouth breather who wandered over here from Drudge Report. Really, you should have your own column.

  4. Woah, hold your horses. She’s just presenting, folks. This has nothing to do with her film. She always presents. As one of the most famous and glamorous women on the planet, I think this makes total sense….

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