United State -. Nicole Kidman She prepares to play Lucille Ball in the biopic Being the Ricardos. The new Oscar-winning trailers are shown wearing orange hair similar to a sports ball in the set of the movie directed by Aaron Sorkin. The film will tell the story of Paul and her husband Desi Arnaz, who starred in the popular 1951 sitcom “I Love Lucy”. They married in 1940 and separated in 1960.
Nicole Kidman Published prof picture From the set she says the film is currently in production. “Currently in production ??? #BeingTheRicardos,” he shared. In January, Kidman opened up from playing ball despite the ensuing controversy once it emerged that she and Javier Bardem would play the iconic TV couple. Kidman told Variety, “I just said, ‘Yeah, I’d like to give it a try.”
“With Aaron’s words adding and directing to Javier’s performance … it’s going to be kinda great formula, you know. But oh, come on. Let me give it a try. I’ll do my best, I’ll see if I can do it.” Kidman has also voiced that he has been watching several behind-the-scenes moments from I Love Lucy, including rehearsals. He said, “I love Lucille, after I looked at her and delved into her.” Kidman added, “She’s an amazing woman.”
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“I’m so excited for people to see what Aaron found out about her and the way Daisy and Lucy played and how rich her performances were. I didn’t know anything about this,” he said. Kidman’s excitement for the role came after Paul and Arnaz’s daughter, Lucy Arnaz, spoke via a Facebook post to try to deter mixed opinions from the audience.
Fans have taken to social media to suggest other actresses for the role, while Debra Messing, who previously played the character during an episode of Will & Grace, campaigned for the role. “Nobody has to impersonate Lucy Ricardo or do a vitamin vitamin routine. It’s the story of Lucille Ball, my real mother, not Lucy Ricardo, her husband Daisy Arnaz, my father, not Ricky Ricardo,” Lucy explained.
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