Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman is reteaming with Amazon Studios for the "Holland, Michigan" thriller movie.
The movie is directed by Mimi Cave and based on Andrew Sodroski’s script, topped the 2013 Black List, and involves secrets that lurk beneath a Midwestern town with a Hitchcock bent.
Kidman is set to star and produce with Per Saari under her Blossom Films production company. Peter Dealbert for Pacific View Management & Productions is also producing. Kate Churchill will executive produce.
The actress starred as Lucille Ball in Amazon’s "Being the Ricardos", a role that earned her a Golden Globe Best Actress-Drama award as well as Best Actress Oscar and SAG nominations. She is also starring and producing the Amazon series "Expats".
On the other hand, Kidman recently boarded an untitled romantic comedy movie for Netflix.
Zac Efron and Joey King will also star in the project.
Richard LaGravenese is directing from a script he co-wrote with Carrie Solomon. The giant streamer bought the screenplay from Solomon earlier this year which attracted the three leads.
Joe Roth, Jeff Kirschenbaum, and Alyssa Altman are producing for Roth/Kirschenbaum Films.
The movie follows a surprising romance that kicks off comic consequences for a young woman, her mother, and her movie star boss as they face the complications of love and identity.
The project was recently greenlit and will shoot later this year.