Nicole Kidman is opening up about why she is "reluctant" to talk about ex-husband Tom Cruise.
In an interview with New York Magazine for her series Mujeres y Poder, the actress, 51, revealed why she does not like to talk about her 11-year marriage.
"Being married to Tom Cruise at age 22 is something I always resist talking about, because I am now married to the man who is my great love, and I almost disrespect myself," Kidman said of her husband Keith Urban.
"That said, I got married very young, but it was definitely not for me, it was protection," he continued. "I got married for love, but being married to an extremely powerful man prevented me from being sexually harassed. I would work, but I was still very close. So when I came out of that at 32, 33, it's like I had to grow up. "
The Oscar-winning actress married Urban, 50, in 2006. The couple shares two daughters: Sunday Rose, 10 and Faith Margaret, 7. She also has two children with Cruise: her daughter Isabella Jane, 25 years, and his son Connor, 23.
From the #MeToo movement, Kidman said: "Of course I had moments #MeToo, since I was little!"
"But I want to expose them in an article? No. Do you leave at my job? Absolutely, "said the actress. "I'm open and raw, I want to take advantage of my experience and emotion, and I'm not just talking about sexual harassment, I'm talking about loss, death, the whole gamut of life."
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"But it has to be for the right people so that they do not abuse each other again," he added. "I'm making a movie with Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie and Roger Ailes."
Kidman plays former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson in the untitled film, which centers on Ails, the former founder and president and CEO of Fox News.
The mother of four also played her own power in Hollywood, revealing her next movie. Destroyer "It was hard to do" despite the fact that his name was attached.
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"You have a director, Karyn Kusama. "You have me in a lead role as an undercover avenging cop who looks like I look in that movie, not glamorous," Kidman said. "It's a very complicated, angry woman." People do not say "We can not wait to make this movie!"
Kidman has been working hard on another movie, Boy deleted, who follows a teenager who is exposed to his religious parents and then is forced to attend a gay conversion therapy program.
Destroyer It's in theaters on December 25, while Boy deleted will be released on November 2.