The star had inserted her feet in the world of Hollywood by making hit movies such as “To Die For,” and “Eyes Wide Shut” before the time when she got an Oscar in 2002 for The Hours.
However, the Kidman, 53 had revealed that the story of her success was not that easy one could think.
She explained her fame while speaking to the Sydney Morning; she said to the publication: “I remember her flying to Cannes [in 2001] because it’s frightening walking up that red carpet with all that scrutiny, feeling very insecure and not quite sure where to go or how to survive.”
In a recent interview, she said to News.com.au: “They’re used to being extras, but they did five days in the freezing [New York] cold, never complained, and didn’t get any special treatment.”
“And then one day they came home and said, “We got a line!””