The secrecy of Twin Peaks can surely drive fans to madness, thus far only confirming a premiere in early 2017, but there’s good news. Not only has Naomi Watts been confirmed to reunite with creator David Lynch for the Showtime revival, but Lynch too will reprise his on-camera role, among other additions.
Naomi Watts’ is the second-billed star in Jean-Marc Vallée’s Demolition. On the film’s official Fox Searchlight website, her name appears above the title next to Jake Gyllenhaal’s. But she barely appears in the film’s trailer. She’s onscreen for less than one second. She says just three words. (“You miss her?”) It’s almost like the trailer is trying to hide her.
Princess Diana was easily the most popular woman in the world and her death had that whole world mourning. She was known as "the peoples princess" because even though she was royalty you still felt, as a commoner, that you could somehow be her friend and confidant. A new movie due to be released later this year which covers her last two years of life has just released it's first trailer.
Naomi Watts is pretty stunning for 44 -- or any age, for that matter -- but she insists she hasn't gone under the knife nor the needle to stay that way, because if she did, she wouldn't be able to move her face.
Which is, you know, a pretty important thing to be able to do as an actress.
Did we mention she's BFFs with known Botox-aficionado Nicole Kidman? Because she is, and she's channeling a par
In theory, 'The Impossible' is an uplifting film about a family that faced unimaginable horror and survived. In practice, 'The Impossible' is a grim slog through tragedy with a small kernel of happiness waiting at the end -- and that kernel of happiness is so coated with thick, gooey sentimentality that it's awfully hard to swallow.
Naomi Watts is starring as Princess Diana in the upcoming biopic ‘Caught in Flight’ and recently stepped out for the first time in character to film a scene from the movie. Now that we see what she looks like, is she right for the role?