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SHOTLIST (including transcript):-Millennium Entertainment1. Film clip - "The Paperboy"AP EntertainmentNew York, 3 October 20122. Wide of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban entering the red carpet. Posing for photos 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman, actress (on what scares her): "A lot of things scare me but I try to push through that. So I don't think it's fearless. I think I actually probably have a lot of fear, but I'm just always through my whole life I've always tried to jump into the things that make me scared."Keith Urban, recording artist: "For me as an artist it's so inspiring because the places she wants to explore are bold and fearless places."Kidman: "Weird."Reporter: Some of the grittier stuff, does it ever make you squirm to watch your wife?" Urban: "Never. No. Because as an artist it's beautiful to watch the things that she just throws herself into. It's beautiful."Millennium Entertainment4. Film clip - "The Paperboy"AP EntertainmentNew York, 3 October 20125. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman, actress (on filming "The Paperboy" in New Orleans): "I think we all knew that we were pushing ourselves and we're all willing to do it. It was exceedingly hot, and so that kind of gives you a whole different feeling. You know you almost feel like you're in a dream."Millennium Entertainment6. Film clip - "The Paperboy"AP EntertainmentNew York, 3 October 20127. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman, actress (on husband Keith Urban's skills as an "Idol" judge): "The thing about Keith is that, I'm sorry to talk about you when you're here..."Keith Urban: "I'm right here. Go for it. I might learn something."Nicole Kidman: "Well he actually loves, he loves helping young talent and he always has. I even see it with our daughters how he's very, very nurturing with them. And even with our four year old who's just starting guitar. He gently sort of teaches her and if he can bring that to the show I think it's a good thing. But hey, what do I know?"Keith Urban: "But there's not a lot of four-year-olds on the show. Although depends on which way you look at it."Reporter: "Has there been any drama or is everyone getting along?"Keith Urban: "We're getting along. It's a work in progress." AP EntertainmentNew York, 3 October 20128. "The Paperboy" cast - Nicole Kidman, Macy Gray, David Oyelowo and director Lee Daniels - pose on red carpet Millennium Entertainment9. Trailer clip - "The Paperboy"