Nicole Kidman Discusses Motherhood On And Off The Screen

(Extra) "Extra's" Renee Bargh sat down with actress Nicole Kidman to talk about her role as a mother in the upcoming film "Stoker" and her role as a mother to her four children off screen.

Nicole plays Evelyn, the unstable mother to daughter India, played by fellow Australian Mia Wasikowska, in the psychological mystery thriller telling Renee she is a fan of fright films, "Yeah I love it I do, ever since I was a kid…I'm very intrigued by it…things that get under your skin, I'm attracted to."

Nicole experiencing motherhood for a second time with husband Keith Urban, raising a two-year-old and a four-year-old, she also has two older children with Tom Cruise.

Renee, "Are you strict at home, are you a disciplinarian?" Nicole, "Medium, I try to be strict, it's very hard with two. I try to be respectful, I try to respect them as little people because that's what they are, so I give them a voice and I listen to them and try to guide them."

Renee, "What do you think Keith will be like when they're teenagers?" Nicole, "He's pretty cool, he's actually probably stricter than me naturally, but with dating I think he'll be cool as long as the guy's incredibly decent and fits all the criteria."

Her children with Tom are teenagers, Connor, 18, is a DJ and 20-year-old Isabella lives in London, Nicole saying, "I think kids, everybody has their own path and when they find their path it's such a relief as a parent you know."

Kidman recently was a part of the Matt Damon Jimmy Kimmel takeover making headlines when she gave Jimmy a lap dance. Read about that here.

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