As an in-demand actress and booked-and-busy musician, respectively, Nicole Kidman and husband Keith Urban have extremely busy and complex schedules to negotiate — but they make it work and enjoy the benefits, too.
The couple usually divide their time between their homes in both Nashville, Tennessee and Sydney, Australia, but they are also accustomed to working, both together and apart, in different locations all over the world.
Such is the case for the Oscar-winning actress now, who is in the middle of filming her latest movie, Holland, Michigan.
Nicole took to Instagram to share a glimpse of her time on set, and while she is away from her family, the behind-the-scenes photo is quite magical.
The snapshot, shared on her Instagram Stories, captures her posing alongside some of the movie's cast and crew in a quaint street lined with colorful houses, as non-stop snow falls around them.
"Springtime snowfall in Holland, Michigan!" Nicole wrote over the photo, in which she is seen wearing cozy, charcoal gray knit with coordinating jeans and a matching beanie over her signature, strawberry blonde hair.
Holland, Michigan is an upcoming thriller coming to Prime Video, also starring Bodies Bodies Bodies actress Rachel Sennott, Gael García Bernal, Succession's Matthew Macfadyen, Lennon Parham, Isaac Krasner, and Jeff Pope.
Directed by Mimi Cave, with a screenplay from Andrew Sodroski, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the film is described as a "Hitchcock-style thriller involving secrets that lurk beneath a Midwestern town."
Nicole is producing with Per Saari via her company Blossom Films, which has a longstanding relationship with Amazon, and is also producing her upcoming show Expats, based on the 2016 novel The Expatriates by Janice Y. K. Lee.
Per IMDb, the Hitchcockian film's plot reads: "A thriller centered on a woman who suspects her husband is cheating, and enters into an affair of her own, before learning her husband's true, dark secret life."
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