Saturday, June 2, 2012

Rule 5 Saturday - Don't Tell Me It's Raining - Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman urinates on Zac Efron in 'Paperboy' film
Of all the remarkable scenes to be screened at the Cannes Film Festival in France (get full Cannes coverage), Nicole Kidman and Zac Efron's "urination scene" in the film "The Paperboy" might be the one to make the most headlines (read reviews of "The Paperboy"). In the scene, Efron's character suffers from this injury, and Kidman's character is forced to relieve herself on him (was the urine real?). Efron later said of the scene: "I loved every moment" (was the scene almost cut?).
BTW, pissing on jellyfish stings?  Not so effective...

Would you?  Frankly, the prospect doesn't do that much for me, despite the fact that Nicole is a certified babe (NSFW link).

Winning the Oscars Best Actress for "The  Hours"  (2002) and nominated for "Rabbit Hole" (2010), she has starred in, well, a whole lot of films (I counted 59 on Wikipedia, but I think 10% accuracy is good enough, so call it 60), including a few I've even seen, "Batman Forever" (1995), "Golden Compass" (2007) and "Australia" (2008).  She was even awarded her own star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

Busy girl.

Born in Hawaii to Australian parents in 1967, she may be eligible for dual citizenship (who cares?).  She certainly has won a number of awards as Australia's best something.

Her personal life is varied.  She is one of the women who has married Tom Cruise, certified nut, and is currently married to country singer Keith Urban.  She has dated singer Lenny Kravitz, and a couple of other co-stars in the past.

She is a wealthy woman by now, and has given much money and energy to philanthropy.  Good for her.  She has also donated to the Democrats.  Not so good, but I gave up trying to figure out movie stars politics a long time ago.

More pictures of Nicole below the jump

Ted as videos of Heather LaCroix, for Weekend Woman #48.  I thank Wombat-Socho for helping to drive traffic my direction with his Rule 5 roundup at The Other McCain, "All Over But the Crying."
and William Teach at Pirate's Cove for inclusion in his Sorta Blogless Sunday and Pinup Rule 5 list.

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