Nicole Kidman’s ‘Rabbit Hole‘ turned 10 as of the month of January; and the five-time Golden Globe winner did not skip to mark the milestone.
On January 28, the Academy Award-winning actor updated her Instagram feed with a series of shots from the said film, directed by John Cameron Mitchell, and expressed that she could not believe that it has been 10 years since its release. Alongside the photos, in which the Hollywood star is seen with Mitchell, her co-stars Aaron Eckhart and Dianne Wiest, she wrote the following message as a caption:
“Hard to believe that on this day 10 years ago we shared #RabbitHole with you.”
‘Rabbit Hole,’ which had its premiere at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival in 2010, was produced by the star herself through her film company Blossom Films. Referring to this detail, Kidman stated in her message that this film is a result of a work full of love and passion by saying:
“Our first project from @BlossomFilms. It was a pure passion project, and the entire cast & crew poured so much love into it.”
‘The Hours’ star concluded her words by thanking filmmaker Mitchell, and the playwright David Lindsay-Abaire who created the play of the same name.
‘Rabbit Hole,’ grossed $5.1 million worldwide despite its $3 million budget, played a big role in Kidman’s acting career; in 2010, the actor received Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for Best Actress for her portrayal of ‘Becca Corbett.’
What’s more, the film received favorable reviews both from the viewers and critics on its theatrical run; on the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, it grabbed a rating of 87%.
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