Nicole Kidman: 'Peeing On Zac Efron Made Perfect Sense To Me'

22 August 2012
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 Nicole Kidman definitely seems to have had fun playing a cougar in 'The Paperboy', admitting that getting down and dirty with Zac Efron didn't feel weird at all...

The movie, in which Nicole plays a woman dealing with the fact that her husband (john Cusack) is on Death Row, sees her embark on a passionate and controversial relationship with younger man Zac Efron.

Nicole has opened up about the role to V Magazine, explaining that - no matter what her character got up to - she went with it, as it "made sense".

She even peed on Zac Efron!

The actor's character is stung by a jellyfish, so Nicole steps up to help in the only way we know how to deal with those watery devils - by urinating on him:

“I didn’t think [it] was that weird, because I was in character... All of that made total sense to me. I just went for it and didn’t overthink it.”

The film, which also stars Matthew McConaughey, was a hit at the Cannes film festival. Easy to see why, huh?

 WATCH: The trailer for 'The Paperboy'.

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