Nicole Kidman could have another, ahem, big TV project in the works.
Blossom Films, Kidman’s production company, has optioned the Janice Y.K. Lee novel The Expatriates to be made into a TV series, our sister site Deadline reports. Published in Jan. 2016, Lee’s book follows the exploits of three American women living in Hong Kong.
In addition to executive-producing the project with Blossom Films’ Per Saari, Kidman is also reportedly considering starring in the series. The Expatriates is expected to land on a streaming service or one of the premium networks.
Blossom Films is also behind HBO’s upcoming Big Little Lies (Feb. 17), in which Kidman stars opposite Reese Witherspoon and Shailene Woodley.
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