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Rabbit Hole

Promotional poster
Directed by John Cameron Mitchell
Produced by Nicole Kidman
Written by David Lindsay-Abaire
(play); (screenplay)
Starring Nicole Kidman
Aaron Eckhart
Sandra Oh
Dianne Wiest
Music by Abel Korzeniowski
Editing by Joe Klotz
Release date(s) 8 April 2010 (Argentina)
2010 (international)
Country United States
Language English
Budget $10 million

Rabbit Hole is an upcoming 2010 drama starring Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart. David Lindsay-Abaire is adapting his own 2007 Tony Award-winning play of the same name, and John Cameron Mitchell is directing. Kidman is producing the project via her production company, Blossom Films.


Plot synopsis

Howie (Eckhart) and Becca Corbett (Kidman) are a happily married couple whose perfect world is forever changed when their young son is taken from them in a tragic car accident. As Becca redefines her place among friends & family, she finds solace in a mysterious relationship with the young driver of the car that killed her son.



The project was filmed in New York in locations such as Douglaston and Queens. The $10 million production included a 28-day shoot.[1]

Due to a scheduling conflict, Kidman left a role in the upcoming Woody Allen picture, You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger, in favour of this project.[2]

Owen Pallett was linked to the score[3] Although on 3 March 2010 it was revealed that it would be scored by Abel Korzeniowski, who recently scored A Single Man.[4]


  1. ^ Star Power Glows Behind the Scenes New York Times. 27 August 2009
  2. ^ "Kidman bolts from Woody Allen film", Variety, 12 May 2009
  3. ^ Owen Pallett says farewell to Final Fantasy Toronto Star. 10 January 2010
  4. ^ Korzeniowski to score ‘Rabbit Hole’ Movie Score Magazine. 3 March 2010

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