The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus turns in an impressive performance in the new film Sunlight Jr., in which he plays Naomi Watts’ shady ex-boyfriend who she once had to put a restraining order on.
In this exclusive clip, Reedus (Justin) shares an intense conversation with Watts (Melissa), who’s pregnant with her disabled boyfriend Richie’s (Matt Dillon) child. Watts and Dillon, though in love, are trapped in a generational cycle of poverty, and must struggle through the daunting hardships that come their way, which includes not only fending off a creepy Justin, but Melissa dealing with an abusive boss and the two of them facing eviction from their already rundown motel.
The first trailer for Naomi’s upcoming movie Sunlight Jr. has recently been released, and you can watch it below. What are your first thoughts on the movie?
Here’s a Hungarian trailer for Diana:
Continuing her promotion of Diana in Europe, Naomi attended a premiere for the film in Paris last night, accompanied by her co-star Naveen Andrews and their director Oliver Hirschbiegel. Naomi looked exquisite in a romantic white lace dress from Marchesa – I absolutely love this look on her, it’s so different and dainty! Without further ado, enjoy the HQ pics in our Gallery (and scroll on down this post for a couple of videos from the red carpet):
As posted about on the night, Naomi attended the world premiere of Diana in London on Thursday, and over the past couple of days I have added over 160 HQ photos from the event to our Gallery. Naomi looks just gorgeous in her white Versace gown and Chopard jewellry! I thought it was a very elegant and appropriate look for the film’s premiere. Big thanks to my friends Lindsey and Luciana for helping us out with pics. Further down this post are a ton of videos with footage and interviews from the red carpet, and check out our gorgeous HQ photos in the Gallery:
Naomi promotes the release of Adore in US cinemas and iTunes before a new clip from the film.
Adore is released in US cinemas and on iTunes today!
“Everyone feels they know her so well” Naomi Watts on playing the people’s princess
Sixteen years after she died in a car crash, the life of Princess Diana is being depicted on the big screen for the first time.
The film tells the story of the last two years of her life.
The BBC’s entertainment correspondent, Lizo Mzimba has been speaking to Naomi Watts, who plays the leading role, about why she believes the film should have been made.
Diana is in cinemas across the UK on Friday 20th September.
Naomi took part in the press day for Diana in London yesterday, and below are the first batch of released interviews, including some for the Australian media.
She also appeared on BBC Breakfast this morning, and taped an appearance for 98FM which will air sometime in the coming weeks.
Naomi talks to Australian Channel Ten