Nicole Kidman got “protection” from her marriage to Tom Cruise in the 1990s, she says — protection from the sexual harassment experienced by many of her Hollywood peers.
The “Big Little Lies” actress spoke up about her 1990 marriage to Cruise at age 22 in a Women and Power column written for New York magazine’s the Cut. Their 11 years together isn’t something she likes to talk about publicly, she said, out of respect for her marriage now to musician Keith Urban.
“I married for love, but being married to an extremely powerful man kept me from being sexually harassed. I would work, but I was still very much cocooned. So when I came out of it at 32, 33, it’s almost like I had to grow up,” Kidman said.
“The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert added his voice — and body — to President Trump’s recent “60 Minutes” interview, spoofing POTUS’ Sunday appearance on CBS’ news magazine.
It’s unlikely the CBS late-night host, a scathing critic of Trump and his administration, would get a sit-down with the president any time soon, so on Monday he gave viewers a taste of how it could go.
“I’m Stephen Colbert. Tonight, my interview of Lesley Stahl’s interview of President Trump,” he said.
Director Bryan Singer on Monday accused Esquire of dredging up old allegations about him in an upcoming article for the magazine.
The “X-Men” franchise director issued a statement via Instagram saying that he’s known for some time that the magazine “may publish a negative article” about him and he preemptively denied some of its details.
He said the article, which has yet to be published, repeats the same allegations, presumably about sexual assault, which have dogged him for years.