Oscar-winning actress Nicole Kidman is set to star in a series adaptation of the Norwegian film "Hope", which Amazon Studios has acquired its rights.
Kidman will also serve as an executive producer of the project, under her Blossom Films production company.
"Hope" has been selected as the Norwegian entry for the "Best International Feature Film" category at the 2021 Academy Awards.
The series will revolve around twelve days of a family’s Christmas together, the unraveling of a marriage, with six children between them. It is also a story of falling in love again.
The award-winning Norwegian film was written and directed by Maria Sødahl, and starring Andrea Bræin Hovig and Stellan Skarsgård.
The series is being adapted by Alice Bell, who will also serve as executive producer.
Kidman can be seen next in the highly-anticipated Hulu series "Nine Perfect Strangers" and Robert Eggers' "The Northman".
She most recently received rave reviews for her performance in the hit HBO limited series "The Undoing".