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The Poor Timing of ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’

It’s hard to not compare David E. Kelley’s Nine Perfect Strangers to Mike White’s The White Lotus since since both follow wealthy people at ritzy resorts. Chris and Andy talk about how one show is much better than the other (1:00). Plus, Andy talks with the creator of The Pursuit of Love, Emily Mortimer, about how she came to the story (32:18).
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Meet Grace Van Patten, the Breakout Star of Nine Perfect Strangers

In Hulu’s new show Nine Perfect Strangers, Grace Van Patten plays, well, one of the strangers. Her character is Zoe Marconi, a 20-year-old who, along with her parents (played by Michael Shannon and Asher Keddie), travels to a wellness resort called Tranquillum in the wake of a family tragedy. She meets the resort’s mysterious owner, Marsha (Nicole Kidman), and submits to treatments that are said to be life-changing. But soon the Marconis and the other guests—who include characters played by Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale, and Regina Hall—realize not everything at Tranquillum is what it seems. In fact, they could be in danger.
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‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Melissa McCarthy and Bobby Cannavale Call Their On-Screen Chemistry “Serendipitous”

Nine Perfect Strangers promises to make you question the wellness industry, but it’s also going to give you something truly wonderful: It’s going to make viewers fall in love. Hulu’s newest original features one of the sweetest, most magnetic romances of 2021, and it’s all thanks to Melissa McCarthy and Bobby Cannavale. At the Television Critics Association’s 2021 summer tour, the pair spilled on what it takes to bring a swoon-worthy romance to life.

Want to Get Well? Surrender Yourself to Hulu's New Miniseries, Nine Perfect Strangers

Nicole Kidman is downright creepy as Masha in the new dramatic miniseries Nine Perfect Strangers—and we are here for it! In the wake of Hulu releasing their first-ever official trailer for the new limited series—which features quite the star-studded cast, BTW, and an absolutely wild scene in which Masha has each resort-goer dig and then lay in their own graves—the internet is freaking out about what’s about to go down at the Tranquillum House with Kidman at the helm.

Like Nine Perfect Strangers? Read All of Liane Moriarty's Bestselling Novels

Liane Moriarty might be Hollywood's favorite author. Her novel Big Little Lies was adapted into a Reese Witherspoon-produced, award-winning HBO series, starring Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Zoë Kravitz, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, and, of course, Witherspoon herself. Moriarty's other novel, Nine Perfect Strangers, is heading to Hulu August 18, featuring yet another star-studded cast led by Kidman. Moriarty is famous for her women-centered thrillers, and her characters with hidden pasts and dark secrets. The twists are rarely expected and the endings never disappoint.

Samara Weaving on Why ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Is a Must-Watch

Click here to read the full article. Samara Weaving and fellow Aussie Nicole Kidman get their American accent the same way: dialect coach Liz Himelstein, who’s recently been working overtime being the bearer of good news to Weaving. Kidman was attached to team up again with “Big Little Lies” writer David E. Kelley on an adaptation of another Liane Moriarty novel, “Nine Perfect Strangers,” and Himelstein got word through Kidman that Weaving was wanted for one of the roles.More from WWDPhotos of the Best Fashion Moments from the 46th Season of 'SNL'A Closer Look at Netflix's 'Halston' Limited SeriesPhotos of Cynthia...

See How Far ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’ Will Go To Fix Themselves In New Hulu Series

Is it truly possible to move on from tragedy? This is the fundamental question the upcoming eight-episode limited Hulu series Nine Perfect Strangers asks. “Can you really move past pain?” asked series director and executive producer Jonathan Levine (Long Shot) in a recent interview. This, he added, is the crux of the show about nine strangers who embark upon a 10-day retreat to a luxurious and remote health and wellness spa where the end goal is personal salvation. “We all felt a very big responsibility to that part of the story.”

Samara Weaving Will Never Judge an Influencer Again

Imagine this: a place on earth untouched by the pandemic. For all of 2020, that place was Byron Bay, Australia: a beach town located in the far-northeastern corner of the state of New South Wales, where there were zero cases of Covid-19 last year. At that time, the actress Samara Weaving was in the midst of filming the upcoming Hulu limited series Nine Perfect Strangers, a show based on author Liane Moriarty’s novel of the same name. The show follows a motley cast of characters seeking calm and refuge at a wellness center called Tranquillum House, which is run by an enigmatic, cult leader-like Russian woman named Masha, played by Nicole Kidman; it also stars Melissa McCarthy, Bobby Cannavale, Regina Hall, and Luke Evans.