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Nicole Kidman Looks Like A Crazed David Bowie From Labyrinth In First Look At New Film!

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Nicole Kidman may not know how to clap, but dammit she knows how to accessorize!

The Oscar winner has transformed herself once again for a role, this time as a punk den mother in the upcoming How To Talk To Girls At Parties. And damn if she doesn't look like David Bowie in Labyrinth!

The film, "a Romeo and Juliet story between a punk and an alien" was directed by John Cameron Mitchell, so there's no way that was an accident.

Video: Nicole Kidman Shades Giada De Laurentiis And Her 'Balls'

Adapted from the Neil Gaiman short story about boys who crash a party only to find out all the girls there are from outer space, How To… also stars Elle Fanning, Alex Sharp, and Ruth Wilson and premieres at Cannes this weekend. (BTW, it's one of FOUR films at this year's fest featuring Nicole! Get it, gurl!)

Ch-ch-check out the frenetic first look (below)!

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Iman Honors David Bowie On The One-Year Anniversary Of His Death

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Iman and David Bowie

Although no one feels the pain quite like Iman, we can't believe it's already been a year since the world lost David Bowie.

Proving that her legendary husband of 24 years is gone but never forgotten, the 61-year-old shared a stunning photo of a double rainbow over the New York City skyline on the one-year anniversary of the Let's Dance singer's death.

As you may remember, Bowie passed away at the age of 69 on January 10, 2016 after a private battle with liver cancer.

Photos: All The Stars We Lost In 2016

Taking to Instagram, the supermodel posted:

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Evan Rachel Wood Proves 'Dresses Aren't A Requirement' On The Golden Globes Red Carpet!

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Pantsuit Nation, unite!

Evan Rachel Wood SLAYED the Golden Globes red carpet as she rocked this custom black and white Altuzarra pantsuit!

Paying homage to Marlene Dietrich and David Bowie, the Westworld actress didn't just look fabulous, she also had a point to make with her attire.

She told Ryan Seacrest:

"Dresses aren't a requirement. You don't have to wear one. Just be yourself because your worth is more than that."

Yes, hunny! Loves it!

[Image via Getty Images.]

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Decide Which Celebrity Had The Best And/Or Worst 2016 HERE!

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2016 best worst year

2016 has been pretty brutal.

Not only did we lose beloved stars like David Bowie and Prince, but Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. We know, we can't even. While many of our favorite stars also had rough a year, several others came out on top.
*cough* Beyoncé *cough*

Related: Vote For Your FAVORITE Christmas Movie!

Be sure to take a peek at the celebs who've been impacted by this garbage fire of a year (below)! Swipe RIGHT with who you think slayed 2016 and swipe to the LEFT who you think lost out. Have fun…

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Carrie Fisher Is The Latest In An Incredibly Long List Of Stars We Lost In 2016…

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2016 is a year that just keeps taking.

On Tuesday, it was reported Carrie Fisher died at 60 years old, days after being hospitalized for a major heart attack.

The Star Wars actress' passing is just the latest in the staggering celebrity death toll of 2016.

Throughout the year, countless icons from the worlds of music, sports, and television have passed away — from David Bowie to Prince to Muhammad Ali, and of course George Michael's sudden death merely two days ago.

Rest in peace, Carrie. Find out what other celebs we lost throughout the year…

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[Image via Euan Cherry/WENN.]

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