"Nine." Rob Marshall, (Academy Award nominated director of CHICAGO), and an all-star cast including Academy Award winners Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Penelope Cruz, Judi Dench, Nicole Kidman and Sophia Loren join forces on the vibrant and provocative feature film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical NINE. This inventive new film tells the story of world famous, genius film Director Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) as he reaches a creative and personal crisis of epic proportion while trying to begin his latest production. On the verge of collapse, he finds inspiration from the numerous women in his life including his loving wife, his sultry mistress, his beautiful film star muse, his faithful confidant and costume designer, a sexy American fashion journalist, the village whore from his youth and the spirit of his mother. The movie also stars Kate Hudson and Stacy "Fergie" FergusonHe notes that the "also stars" for Kate Hudson seems odd writing "I guess I'm one of the few to praise Hudson on those feedback forms considering she has more screen time than Kidman and Loren combined."
It may seem silly to post this but that's the thing with long awaited purposefully delayed releases. They make people so hungry for information that they're willing to gnaw on crumbs and digest them like they're full course meals. It's not just me, I swear! Since we can only make wild conjectures at this point, do you think ol' Kate's been purposefully demoted in promotional efforts or this is a mere quirk of star billing or copywriting?