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The Undoing’s Hugh Grant On Playing Nicole Kidman’s Husband In The Series

The Undoing’s Hugh Grant On Playing Nicole Kidman’s Husband In The Series

The Undoing is a miniseries based on Jean Hanff Korelitz’s 2014 novel. The series airs on HBO and stars Grace (Nicole Kidman) and Jonathan Fraser (Hugh Grant) in the lead roles.

The subject of the series, which brings these two successful actors together, is about Grace and Jonathan’s problematic marriage and the lives of these people who seem to have a perfect life until it is turned upside down after a murder.

Hugh Grant, who has been the sought-after face of romantic comedies for many years, is also taking part in this thriller style series. In this series, the actor, who is co-staring with Nicole Kidman, portrays Kidman’s husband. Grant thinks that with marriage, we sometimes choose the person we want them to be, but we actually get that person into our lives without knowing enough, and he finds it quite interesting.

Here’s what he stated:

“Well, I thought all of that was very well written. One of the premises of the novel was that we sometimes pick, as our mate and our partner, someone who we know is not who we want them to be but we fill in the gaps because we want them anyway, and I think that’s very interesting.”

Furthermore, he reveals that he is very happy to work with Nicole Kidman because she is brilliant and he thinks it sometimes hard to play with older actors. The actor compares this situation and refers to it as playing with a pro tennis player instead of someone his age.

Here’s what he stated:

“Obviously, it was a huge attraction, as well as a source of some trepidation, to go do heavy dramatic scenes with Nicole because she’s a genius at that stuff. It’s easier when they’re brilliant. It’s like playing tennis with a pro rather than with a fellow 60-year-old.”

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