Nicole Kidman admits it. While making her new film Australia for her Moulin Rouge director Baz Luhrmann, "It was good to go too work" because she got to kiss costar Hugh Jackman.
"It was hot. Literally hot," Jackman says -- though in this case he was referring to the temperature during the shoot on the way-out-of-the-way locations.
Costing $120 million, Australia -- which is set on a remote ranch which is subject to bombing raids during World War II -- is the most expensive film in that nation's history.
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It opens next week.
Sounding more like Angelina Jolie, Kidman says she isn't sure what she wants to do next: "I may just choose to have some more children," said the mother of a 4 month-old daughter with husband Keith Urban. "There's many things I want to do besides act."