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Describe: Nicole Kidman in One Word

Stoker opens in limited release this weekend and with it, brings the return of Nicole Kidman to movie screens across America. Not that she's been absent for very long, garnering some awards buzz for her supporting role in The Paperboy.

Over the past thirty years, Kidman has entertained us in films like Moulin Rouge, The Others, Eyes Wide Shut, To Die For and many more.

Chances are you've seen at least one Nicole Kidman movie or are at least aware of whom she is and when asked to describe her in one word, everyone seems to come up with a different response. We tested the waters of Twitter to see what some people thought. This is what they said:

There were, of course, some references to her history of cosmetic surgery...

While others focused on other physical traits...

A few highlighted her personality...

A couple found her to be...

And there was even a Batman Forever reference...

Now it's your turn. In the comments section, we want you to describe Nicole Kidman in one word. And don't miss Kidman in Stoker in limited theaters this weekend!

Follow along on Twitter @DerrickDeane, @Sean_OConnell,  @ErikDavis and @Fandango

 

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