November 29, 2020

‘Big Little Lies,’ ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Casts Celebrate Emmy Wins at Governor’s Ball

“You already know we are liars, so you shouldn’t listen to anything we have to say,” said Reese Witherspoon backstage at the 69th Primetime Emmys, where her show “Big Little Lies” won for Best Limited Series award. Of course, everyone backstage and across the street at The Governor’s Ball was asking if there will be a sequel, even though author Liane Moriarty has yet to write another book.
“I am thinking about it, it’s a beautiful possibility, that’s all I’m going to say,” said the author.
“Right now we are savoring the moment because this is amazing,” said Nicole Kidman, who also won Best Actress for the category. “This show was about women but it was for everybody. We had men and women of all ages watching the show. It was just exciting to see that happen.”
Kidman was also surprised how many women wanted to share their personal stories with her.
“Somehow there’s an intimacy to this show that has created a situation for me in which I’ve never been closer to the audience. I’m so surprised how many women are in this situation [of domestic abuse] who want to share their stories. It’s devastating.”
But she expressed gratitude for

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