Nicole Kidman and Amy Adams Admit They Don’t Want Their Kids To See Their Movies: ‘Oh God, No, Never!’
Actresses Amy Adams and Nicole Kidman have starred in so many notable movies and TV shows that they can arguably be called the best actresses of our generation. But when their kids ask to watch their projects, Amy and Nicole admit that they would never give their children permission to see them on-screen.
“My daughter said, ‘Can you please do a movie that I can see?'” Amy, 44, said about her eight-year-old daughter, Aviana, in a recent interview with Variety. “She’s like, ‘Can I watch Sharp Objects?’ and I’m like, ‘Oh God, no, never!'”
Even when she’s filming, Amy, 44, would probably think twice about having Aviana on-set again after she heard her mom swear on the set of The Woman in the Window. “I forgot she was there, and I’m not a big swearer, except if I’m messing up. She’s never heard me say the F-word until that day, and there must have been 15,” she explained.
Nicole, 51, chimed in and said that she can’t even think about her young girls, Sunday, 10, and Faith, 8, watching her movies either. “It’s incredibly exposing and vulnerable,” the actress said. “I’m actually scared how to explain some of the choices.”
During another recent interview, Nicole recalled a time when Faith and Sunday asked her to watch Big Little Lies. “My daughter is always negotiating with me to see Big Little Lies and I’m like, ‘No, no, no,’” Nicole revealed before admitting that her daughters have seen “snippets.”
“[That said] it’s really good, I think, for your children to see your work and understand what it is. Then it’s theirs as well, so I talk about it,” she said.” Nicole’s new movie, Aquaman will hit theaters on Dec. 21, and since it’s PG-13, maybe Faith and Sunday will get to see some of their mom’s latest film!