Kidman and Theron goes transsexual!

It is now set that two of Hollywood's biggest actresses, Nicole Kidman and Charlize Theron, are going to play a transsexual couple in the upcoming movie "Danish girls". The film is based on the Danish art couple Einar and Greta Wegener, all taking place in Copenhagen during the 1920's. This decision has brought a lot of attention since both of the actresses have won Oscars after have played a lesbian character. The production of "Danish girls" has already started but the filming has to wait until its start date, according to Hollywood Reporter. To be transsexual, not to be confused with homosexual, means that you feel a sort of belonging to the other sex.
Published Dec 27 2008 1:38 PM
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