Nicole Kidman to Star in HBO Limited Series The Undoing

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She's living a seemingly personal life, with a devoted husband and a young son enrolled in an elite private school.

The producers are now searching for a director. Kidman again executive produces with Per Saari through their Blossom Films alongside another BLL executive producer, Bruna Papandrea, vie Made Up Stories. "A character driven psychological thriller, I'm excited about the adaptation and thrilled to be able to do it with Nicole and HBO". In 2010, Kidman executive produced and starred in John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit Hole, for which she received Academy Award®, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and Independent Spirit Award nominations.

"David has created another propulsive series with a fascinating, complicated female role at its center", Kidman said in a statement.

The Big Little Lies Emmy victor has signed on to star in the HBO limited series The Undoing, which will reunite her with writer David E. Kelley, TVLine has learned.

The 50-year-old actress will star in and executive produce the new HBO limited series, teaming up with "Big Little Lies" showrunner David E. Kelley for another show for the network. In it, Kidman will play New York City-based therapist and author Grace Sachs whose life implodes after the mysterious disappearance of her husband.

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Kidman and Kelley, as well as Reese Witherspoon, are also returning to HBO for a second season of "Big Little Lies".

She's the Oscar-winning Hollywood actresses who's been universally praised for her role of Celeste Wright in Big Little Lies.

Kelley is repped by CAA and Michael Gendler; Blossom Films is with CAA and Alan Werthheimer; Papandrea is with WME. Abrams' Demimonde, Jordan Peele's Lovecraft Country, True Detective, Sharp Objects, The Deuce and Here and Now, among others.

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