(askmen.com) - Nicole Kidman's new movie is being re-shot after being badly received by test audiences, it has been claimed.
'The Invasion', a sci-fi movie in which Nicole play a psychiatrist investigating a mysterious epidemic, is having many of its scenes re-filmed after being widely panned.
An on-set source told Hollywood website The Buzz: "Half the movie is being re-shot after the rough cut didn't test well."
A representative for Warner Bros studios confirmed some scenes are being filmed again but denied it was because the movie has been badly received.
The spokesperson said: "They are doing mostly second-unit re-shoots now, and there has been no testing."
Critics fear 'The Invasion' - which began as a remake of the 1956 film 'The Invasion of the Body Snatchers' but is now considered an original script - will be another flop for Oscar winner Nicole, whose recent films 'Fur' and 'Bewitched' failed to wow audiences.
The film, which also stars new James Bond actor Daniel Craig, is due for release in 2007.