Schools Are Closing Across Florida Ahead of Nicole Kidman’s New Film ‘The Other Half’
In this June 19, 2016 file photo, Nicole Kidman chats with students during a visit at the Florida high school where she was accepted as a student. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Daily Mail)
By: Grit Smith – Daily Mail – Published on Wednesday, November 23, 2016
FLORIDA – As Nicole Kidman’s Florida education is about to begin as a freshman at an exclusive private school, the actor says she sees school as her escape from what she calls the ‘self-pity’ of Hollywood.
‘It has to feel like home,’ Nicole told the Guardian.
‘School is my emotional support, it’s where I feel like I can be independent and be happy and not to have to feel like a prisoner to Hollywood and the industry.’
It’s where she feels like she can be ‘independent and be happy and not to have to feel like a prisoner to Hollywood and the industry.’
In an exclusive new interview with the Guardian Nicole reveals how both the school and Hollywood have helped her to become a more confident woman, but she said she didn’t want to give up on the acting industry.
‘I am a very driven person who has done lots of things and been lots of places. I have done a lot of things that don’t work out or don’t make money and I think there has always been that thing about myself that I want to go into something else, I want to do something else,’ she said.
As an actress she has worked on several films including a number of blockbuster hits, including The Other Half.
‘I am a complete workaholic and the idea that I am going to be in a classroom as a pre-schooler is very exciting, because I can get up at the crack of dawn and do a lot of work without being interrupted,’ she said.
‘So I can focus on what I want to do, I can get up, get the work done, but I am also protected from a very difficult reality of