According to Deadline, Nicole Kidman has signed on to star in another David Lindsay-Abaire work- a film adaptation of Kevin Wilson's 'The Family Fang.' Kidman previously appeared in the film version of Lindsay-Abaire's 'Rabbit Hole.' Kidman will also produce the film.
The movie is about 'full-grown children returning home in a state of crisis, they are unwittingly enlisted to help in the execution of a daring and mysterious final performance by their parents, who are hellbent on achieving the act of a lifetime.'
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Kidman was recently seen on the big screen in 'Trespass' and 'Just Go With It'. She will soon appear in "Hemingway & Gellhorn," an HBO movie where she'll star opposite Clive Owen. The actress recently shot "The Paperboy" and "Stoker" and is about to begin filming on "The Railway Man" with Colin Firth.
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