November 16th, 2009
06:16 PM ET
Nicole Kidman says having a baby finally made her breasts a normal size. The typically svelte actress tells the December issue of Ladies Home Journal that after having daughter Sunday Rose with country crooner Keith Urban her historically flat chest got a natural boost.
“They’re not very big, my boobs, so they just became normal size. I loved it! I felt very Woman,” the Academy Award winning actress told the magazine. “When you’ve had a slightly androgynous body your whole life, having breasts is a nice feeling.”
Kidman joked to Entertainment Tonight Canada that her newly ample bosom helped her to land her upcoming role in the movie musical "Nine" opposite Daniel Day Lewis.
“I had big boobs because I was breastfeeding,” she told ET Canada. “I wouldn’t get cast now.”
Kidman, 42, has two adopted children with ex-husband Tom Cruise, but Sunday Rose is her first biological child. She told the magazine that she would like to get pregnant again someday.
The actress also admitted that at this stage in her life and her marriage she is happy scaling back her own work schedule in order to support her husband.
“There are certain limitations to my career because I’m based here [in Nashville]. And that’s cool. Keith has enormous ambitions, which I support. His tours and albums are much bigger than what I’m doing right now,” Kidman said.
November 16th, 2009
03:13 PM ET
Here's what's happening in the world of entertainment today:
Fans are already camped out as the premiere of "New Moon" approaches. As for the rumors of onset romance between stars Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, "Twilight" director Catherine Hardwicke tells Time, "...In terms of what Kristen told me directly, it didn't happen on the first movie. Nothing crossed the line while on the first film. I think it took a long time for Kristen to realize, O.K., I've got to give this a go and really try to be with this person."
"My Little Pony" may return to TV, The Hollywood Reporter says. The 1980s toys from the makers of "Transformers" and "G.I. Joe" are being looked at for a new show for the upcoming Discovery-Hasbro kids' channel.
Hollywood legends Lauren Bacall, Roger Corman and Gordon Willis were honored with honorary Oscars over the weekend. EW.com reports that this was the first time these Oscars were handed out at a separate ceremony. Kirk Douglas spoke in honor of Bacall, while directors Ron Howard, Quentin Tarantino, and Jonathan Demme paid tribute to B-movie king Corman.
Edward Woodward, best known for the movie "The Wicker Man" and the TV crime series "The Equalizer," died on Monday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The stage veteran was 79.
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