Kidman wants her kids out of the Church of ScientologyApril 20th, 2008 - 1:40 pm ICT by admin
New York, Apr 20 (ANI): It looks like Nicole Kidman is not that much into Scientology, for the Aussie beauty has limited contact with her adopted kids by Tom Cruise, Isabella and Connor, who are deeply entrenched in the religion.
At the New York premiere of Ian Halperin’s film, His Highness Hollywood, a source revealed that Kidman, a Catholic wants her kids, Isabella and Connor, out of the church.
Halperin beat up on the faith in his book, Hollywood Undercover, and said he wasn’t surprised when, during the premiere, the projector had been sabotaged, reports the New York Post.
Meanwhile, the Hollywood stunner is considering a big-screen singing role in a new musical flick titled Nine.
The new film is an adaptation of the Tony award-winning Broadway musical that was also based on Federico Fellini’s Eight and a Half. (ANI)
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