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Nicole Kidman looks years older than 52 in new trailer for The Goldfinch

What a transformation! Nicole Kidman looks years older than her age with a grey wig and prosthetic wrinkles in a trailer for her new film The Goldfinch

She credits her age-defying looks to excellent skincare and ample sunscreen application.

So Nicole Kidman, 52, shocked fans when she uploaded the latest trailer for her new film The Goldfinch to Instagram on Thursday. 

Barely recognisable in some of the clip’s frames, Nicole is seen with wrinkles and graying hair as she gets into the character of wealthy socialite Mrs Barbour.

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What a transformation! Nicole Kidman looks years older than her age with a grey wig and prosthetic wrinkles in a  trailer for her new film The Goldfinch

What a transformation! Nicole Kidman looks years older than her age with a grey wig and prosthetic wrinkles in a  trailer for her new film The Goldfinch 

For the movie, Nicole added years to her looks with the help of prosthetics and a wig.

However, the Moulin Rouge actress also transforms throughout the clip – appearing as both a younger and elderly version of Mrs Barbour. 

YOUNG:  Nicole was seen playing wealthy socialite Mrs Barbour with brunette locks

OLD: Nicole was seen playing an older version of her character, complete with wrinkles and graying hair

Changing faces: The Australian actress transforms in the movie, appearing as both a younger and elderly version of her character

In the new trailer, Nicole is also seen shedding a convincing tear in a scene with actor Ansel Elgort – who plays her adopted son Theo Decker.  

The redhead star plays Mrs Barbour – a New York-based socialite who takes in an orphaned Theo after his mother dies.

Based on the 2013 Pulitzer-winning book by Donna Tartt, The Goldfinch tells the tale of Theo, who miraculously survives a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that killed his mother. 

Tragic: Nicole plays the adopted mother of orphaned Theo Decker (played by actor Ansel Elgort), who lost his mother in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art during his early teenage years

Tragic: Nicole plays the adopted mother of orphaned Theo Decker (played by actor Ansel Elgort), who lost his mother in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art during his early teenage years

The tragedy changes the course of the 13-year-old boy’s life, sending him on a stirring odyssey of grief and guilt, reinvention and redemption, and even love. 

Directed by Brooklyn’s John Crowley, the film also stars Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard, Sarah Paulson, and more.

The Goldfinch is scheduled for release in Australia on September 26, 2019.

Coming soon: The Goldfinch is scheduled for release in Australia on September 26, 2019

Coming soon: The Goldfinch is scheduled for release in Australia on September 26, 2019

Daily Mail UK

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