Nicole Kidman’s Regret

Published: June 17, 2015

Nicole Kidman’s Regret, When Nicole Kidman was a young actress, she denied a part in one of Jane Campion’s early films. The role would have required her to wear a shower cap and kiss a girl, and she dreamed of being the kind of actress who had long, flowing hair and kissed boys.

Kidman said she still regrets missing this opportunity at the Women in Film’s Crystal + Lucy Awards in Los Angeles Tuesday night. She urged women to “take risks, raise our voices and honor the fire within,” saying she is no longer afraid to attempt the unexpected.

Kidman received the Crystal Award for Excellence in Film, an award given to those women who have excelled past the movie industry.

The Oscar winner then pulled a shower cap from her purse, declaring she was “ready … to kiss any woman in the room.” Longtime friend Naomi Watts, who presented Kidman with her award, took her up on the offer.

The Women in Film’s Crystal + Lucy Awards were established in 1977, acknowledging the respected women in communication and media. These women have helped the role of women grow in the entertainment industry.

Also honored during the dinner ceremony at the Century Plaza Hotel were director Ava DuVernay, “Transparent” creator Jill Soloway, actress Kate Mara, talent agent Toni Howard and top Warner Bros. executive Sue Kroll. Women in Film has presented its Crystal + Lucy Awards since 1977 to raise funds for the organization and recognize trailblazing women in the industry.

Kristen Stewart and “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer made a surprise appearance to introduce a group of young female filmmakers who won the opportunity to make short films inspired by the “Twilight” series with funding and guidance from industry professionals.

Others stars in attendance included Sandra Bullock, Phylicia Rashad, Regina King, Angie Harmon, Laura Linney and Judith Light. Maria Bello was the evening’s host.


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