Nicole Kidman (Nicole Kidman) starred in the TV series and directed the TV series “I Know I Want to Become a Reality”, which has been ordered on Amazon.
Adapted from the play of the same name by Andrew Bovell, this episode is about the resilience of lasting marriages and the continuous development of family love, watched by Bob and Fran Price Their adult children made unexpected decisions that changed their lives in this process.
Kidman said: “I will never forget the experience of watching Andrew’s drama in Sydney. There is an extraordinary drama experience.” “Andrew’s drama is superb, and his script is just as good. With Amazon’s. Faith, the guidance of Jen Salke and the excellent production team, we have a great hope for this.”
Bovell will write screen adaptations and will also serve as executive producer. Kidman will be the executive producer of the Blossom film alongside Per Saari. Amanda Higgs and Alastair McKinnon are executive producers of Matchbox Pictures. Jan Chapman (Jan Chapman) is the executive producer of Jan Chapman Films. Amazon Studios, Matchbox Pictures and Blossom Films of NBCUniversal International Studios are produced in collaboration with Jan Chapman Films.
Bovell said: “This is a story about a family. It’s something you spend your whole life trying to escape from everything you have lost.” “I’m very happy that Nicole Kidman is such an outstanding actor leading The series plays the role of Fran Price (Fran Price). As a mother and a woman, she is complicated, difficult, and completely convincing. I am also very happy about the importance of Amazon Studios to this company The story shows such confidence and will bring it to a global audience.”
This marks the latest Amazon project for Kidman. She also starred in the TV series “Pretty Things”, and in the TV series “Pretty Things”, as well as “Expatriates” and “Good Marriage”. She previously starred in the HBO series adaptation of “Big Little Lies” and starred with great success. This film won 5 Emmy Awards and 4 Golden Globe Awards in its first season, including two awards. The ceremony was the best actress in a limited series produced by Kidman. She also starred in and executed the HBO limited edition series “The Undoing”, which was adapted from Jean Hanff Korelitz’s novel “You Should Have Known” and “Big Little Lies” author Liane Moriarty’s “Nine Perfect” Hulu “stranger”.
CAA, Media Talent Group and Jackoway Austen Tyerman represent her.
“‘I Know To Become Real’ is an extremely complex and intense emotional journey, exploring the bonds that pull families apart and test the love that unites them,” Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios )Say. “We thank Andrew and our partners for putting it on Prime Video, and we are always happy to continue on our list with Nicole, Pell and everyone at Blossom.”