The American Film Institute has rescheduled its Life Achievement Award gala, where Nicole Kidman will receive the lifetime honor, for April 27, 2024.
The 49th edition of the event had been set for June 10 before it was postponed due to the writers strike. Now that both the writers and actors strikes are over, Kidman and her collaborators are free to discuss her past work at the Dolby Theatre event in Los Angeles.
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Kidman is the first Australian actor to receive the AFI Life Achievement Award, joining such past honorees as Bette Davis, Alfred Hitchcock, James Stewart, Gene Kelly, Kirk Douglas, Sidney Poitier, Elizabeth Taylor, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford, Barbra Streisand, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Al Pacino, Morgan Freeman, Jane Fonda, Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, George Clooney, Denzel Washington and Julie Andrews.
A two-time Emmy winner and Oscar winner for her role in The Hours, Kidman’s credits also include Eyes Wide Shut, Moulin Rouge, To Die For, Practical Magic, The Others, Cold Mountain, Australia, Nine, Rabbit Hole, Lion, The Beguiled, Aquaman, Bombshell, Being the Ricardos, Hemingway & Gellhorn, Big Little Lies, Top of the Lake, The Undoing, Nine Perfect Strangers and Special Ops: Lioness.
Kidman’s upcoming projects include Expats, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and Holland, Michigan.
The actress and producer, who co-founded Blossom Films in 2010, has also won a BAFTA award and six Golden Globes.
Air dates for Kidman’s tribute special on TNT and TCM will be announced at a later date.
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