Just when you thought that you could not be more impressed than you were by his performance in Big liesNicole Kidman in the Destroyer The trailer goes and shows you that you are wrong. The actor has been near the top of the A list for decades at the moment, but it is clear even in the two and a half minute trailer that Kidman is raising the bar. His performance has great value, Real detective Vibrate to it, with action, mystery and tenacity interwoven with themes of motherhood, dishonesty and revenge, and that's just the trailer.
Soon, Destroyer It seems to be the complete package, simply no package that we have seen before by Kidman. Her role as Erin Bell in Destroyer It is the kind of fleshy part that the industry usually delivers to gray and enigmatic men like Denzel Washington, Matthew McConaughey or Josh Brolin: men who act alone, speak little and reveal less.
But despite the shortage of this type of role for women in Hollywood, Kidman slips easily, as skillfully as the more open and younger version of his character as does his close and aging counterpart. (Because yes, the 51-year-old plays her role over a wide variety of ages in this movie, as if she was not impressive enough anymore).
But we are getting ahead of ourselves. With all the ground covered in the trailer, you're probably wondering what Destroyer it's really for your credit, the studio has kept the details quite secret, with IMDb's propaganda about the next project limited to a single line: "A police detective reconnects with people from a secret task in his distant past to make peace. "
Kidman, of course, will play that detective, flanked by costars including Orphan BlackTatiana Maslany, Captain America: Civil WarSebastian Stan and Bradley Whitford, who lent their talents to everything from The west wing to I left. But other details about the film are still scarce, and the breakthrough, amazing as it may be, will leave you with more questions than answers. As frustrating as it may be, it seems that the public will have to wait until the movie hits theaters on December 25 for any resolution, a date that we can not avoid but that is right in the middle of Oscar season.
By all appearances, Kidman is well placed for an opportunity for a Best Actress nomination. All the reviews included in the trailer raved about the work that Kidman does in the movie go beyond what you've seen of the star in the past. (And that says a lot, considering that in addition to a variety of other awards, he already has three Oscar nominations and one victory to his credit, for projects spanning 15 years: since 2002 Moulin Rouge! until 2017 Lion.)
In short, Kidman is making herself with her own little McConaissance at the moment, with the difference that she did not have to fall off the radar to get it. He has been working in a wide range of roles for decades, and now, as a quinquagery, he means someone in his fifties who is delivering the best job of his career. Just do Destroyer all the most expected, both for the content of the paper and for all that Kidman promises to provide.