Get ready for "Keith Urban From the Block."
"I'd [want] to see it," Kidman told me today when I asked about a possible duet at the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of her and Colin Firth's new drama, The Railway Man. "I'm a huge fan of both of them."
And you can't help but love this—Kidman then went on to stump for Urban's new music.
"I'm promoting my husband's album, Fuse," she beamed. "Go buy it!"
The Railway Man tells the true story of Eric Lomax, a British officer (Firth) who was captured by the Japanese during World War II and then forced to work on the Thai-Burma Railway. Years later, his wife (Kidman) convinces him to find and confront his captor (played by Hiroyuki Sanada) in order to move on from the traumatic ordeal.
"The story of the Burma Railway is not an easy one to tell," Firth said.
Added Kidman, "It's a message about healing and love and about forgiveness."
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