Rabbit Hole, the latest film of Australian actress Nicole Kidman, will premiere next year on her home country. The film has a limited release last weekend in the United States and Canada, averaging $10, 756 per theater as of December 20th.
In Rabbit Hole, Kidman plays Becca while Aaron Eckhart plays her husband Howie Corbett. The Corbetts' perfect world is forever changed when their son Danny is killed in a car accident. The two grows apart as Becca attempts to redefine her existence in a surreal landscape of family and friends and as Howie seeks refuge in outsiders for something that Becca is incapable of giving.
Recently, Eckhart revealed that he and Nicole had tense moments on the set of Rabbit Hole as they film a scene which sees their characters arguing.
She was irritated with me and I was irritated with her but that's the way movie-making is... For one day, are we not allowed? For half a day even? It's so surprising to me when people are surprised that movie making is sometimes tense and uncomfortable because inherently it's going to be, explained Aaron.
You're around tens of people or hundreds of people working on things that are imaginary and that come from the soul, he continued.
You could be dealing with subject matter like prostitution, death, drugs, blah, blah, blah. How could you expect that not to be uncomfortable?
Here are the tentative international release dates for Rabbit Hole courtesy of Nicole Kidman's Web site:
Australia - February 17, 2011
Brazil - February 4, 2011
Canada - December 17, 2010
France - April 11, 2011
Greece - Mid-February 2011
Italy - 1st week of February 2011
New Zealand - February 17, 2011
Poland - January/February 2011
Portugal - January/February/March 2011
Switzerland - April 11, 2011
United Kingdom - February 4, 2011
United States - December 17, 2011