It looks like JackNicholson.com is going to auction if the domain name is not renewed in a very short period of time. JackNicholson.com was created in October of 1998, and as you can see on the landing page, the domain name expired a little over a month ago:
Prior to the expiration of JackNicholson.com, the registrant of the domain name was listed as John J. Nicholson. A Wikipedia page for the award winning actor lists his name as John Joseph “Jack” Nicholson. The last listed registrant email address appears to have been an email address affiliated with a law firm that has an office in Los Angeles. My guess is that the domain name was owned by the actor or someone affiliated with him. I took a quick look through Archive.org, and it does not appear that JackNicholson.com was a developed website.
This is the third exact match .com domain name for a well known person that has expired in the last week or so (that I know about). I wrote about the expiration of the BobCostas.com domain name, and Ray Hackney wrote about the expiration of JohnMadden.com.
At the time of publication, this domain name is listed for auction on the NameJet domain auction platform. Backorders are being accepted until later on this evening, and it will go to auction on Thursday if the domain name is not renewed today.
If this expiration is an error or oversight, I hope the domain name gets renewed prior to the auction. There isn’t much time left to renew though.