Nicole Kidman has another project to add to her list of upcoming movies. The Black List script titled Holland, Michigan comes from Andrew Sodroski and will tell the story of a woman who suspects her husband of cheating, starts her own affair, and then finds out the dark secrets of her husband’s life. Mimi Cave will direct the thriller for Amazon Studios. Kidman is also on to produce with Per Saari under her Blossom Films banner. Peter Dealbert is also on to produce and Kate Churchill executive produces.
Holland, Michigan should be a winning formula for Nicole Kidman, as it reunites her with Amazon, which distributed Being the Ricardos. Kidman starred in Being the Ricardos as Lucille Ball and earned an Oscar nomination for his performance as the beloved sitcom star. The Aaron Sorkin-directed and penned drama looked at the relationship between Ball and her husband Desi Arnez (Javier Bardem). Kidman most recently appeared in the Apple TV+ series Roar, which was an anthology series telling stories of what being a woman means today. Each episode starred a different prominent actress, with other episodes featuring Alison Brie, Issa Rae, Meera Syal, Betty Gilpin, and more.
Nicole Kidman also had a role in the recent Robert Eggers-directed thriller The Northman. The Northman told a Viking story of revenge led by Alexander Skarsgard. It also starred Claes Band, Ethan Hawke, Anya Taylor-Joy, Willem Dafoe, and more. Kidman’s next big blockbuster role will be the DCEU sequel Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, reprising her role as Atlanna. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is mired in a bit of controversy right now due to one of its stars, Amber Heard. Heard recently was involved in a defamation trial with her ex-husband Johnny Depp. Though many Depp fans have pushed back against Heard’s appearance in the movie, it seems Warner Bros is planning on leaving her role intact. The sequel will also star Jason Mamoa, Patrick Wilson, Temuera Morrison, Yahya-Abdul Mateen II, Dolph Lundgren, and more. James Wan returns to direct. Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom is expected to hit theaters on March 17, 2023.
Currently, Nicole Kidman is working on another project with Amazon, filming the TV series Expats. Expats will tell the story of several ex-pats living in Hong Kong, observing their personal and professional lives and their experiences in the city. Nicole Kidman will star alongside Sarayu Blue, Jack Huston, Brian Tee, Ji-young Yoo, Leon Masuda, and more. There’s no news yet on a release date, but it will likely be a little while before we hear something since filming isn’t yet complete.
Along with Holland, Michigan, an upcoming untitled Netflix rom-com is also missing a release date. The rom-com will star Nicole Kidman alongside Joey King and Zac Efron. The rom-com is in pre-production while Holland, Michigan is still in the early stages of development, so we’ll likely learn more about the former first. In either case, we’ll keep you updated on all of Kidman’s upcoming projects right here at GIANT FREAKIN ROBOT.