Check out one of Naomi’s TV adverts for Pantene:
Naomi has been promoting Two Mothers in France recently, and has given several interviews for it:
Naomi Watts: Blondes Look a ‘Little Bit Porno’ When They Wear Red
We didn’t think there was a single thing Naomi Watts couldn’t wear, but the Academy Award-nominated actress, 44, informs us that there’s just one shade she won’t sport.
“I won’t wear red on the red carpet … I just never think blondes look good in red.” Watts told PEOPLE Wednesday (March 13th) at The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo’s 25 Most Powerful Stylists luncheon in West Hollywood. “I think it’s good for dark haired girls and dark skinned girls. But for some reason, I always feel like I look trashy in it.”
So trashy, in fact, that she believes “blondes plus red, to me, looks a little bit porno, and I’ve never felt quite right.”
How to explain that “near red moment” in Zac Posen, then?
“Because it had a busy print, it had different colors,” she says. “It wasn’t fire engine red. At the [Golden] Globes I wore burgundy or plum. That wasn’t red. If you put blue in it, I can wear it, but orange does not look good with my skin.”
Naomi Watts’s Kids Follow Her Eating Habits
Naomi Watts is a pin-thin actress, but she says she doesn’t get that way from depriving herself of good food.
“Luckily, I have fairly good genetics, but I do exercise,” she told PEOPLE on Wednesday (March 13th) at The Hollywood Reporter and Jimmy Choo’s 25 Most Powerful Stylists luncheon in West Hollywood.
“I really do enjoy my food. I don’t starve myself, because if I start denying myself, that’s when I want to eat most of all. It’s fine. I’ve pretty much always been this size. It’s more about just staying in shape.”
But she admits – as she grabs for a cookie at the Soho House-held event – that awards season put a little more pressure on her to maintain a flawless physique.
“It’s so good to be able to eat [what I want] again,” the Erdem-clad The Impossible star said with a laugh. “I probably exercised more during [awards season] than I would normally. You’re showing your arms. At my age you have to work a little harder, it’s true.”
The actress, 44, has raised her two little ones Sasha, 5 and Kai, 4, to take on some of the same lifestyle habits as herself and partner, Liev Schreiber.
“The good thing is I always eat dinner early because I eat it with my kids,” she says. “We travel a lot. I’m not going to go to Paris and push a salad around my plate. I’m going to Paris to have bread and treats and good wine.”
“I like to live! We eat healthy, but if we’re on the road, we’re pulling over and getting what’s available.”
Naomi has hopped on a plane to Paris, France and today showed off a short new hairstyle at Paris Fashion Week! She looked chic in a white shift dress and coat whilst front row at Louis Vuitton’s Fall/Winter 2013 runway show. Naomi posed with fellow recent Oscar nominee and fabulous actress Jessica Chastain, as well as Elizabeth Olsen. Naomi looks really pretty here, and I just love the photos with Jessica Chastain! Browse through the photos for yourself in the Gallery:
The late-April New York festival released the first half of its slate Tuesday, which includes a mix of narrative dramas and documentaries.
The world’s greatest melting pot will host a film festival with true international flair — and some star power.
Following last week’s announcement that a documentary about and concert featuring local rock band The National will kick off this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, the organization announced the first half of its competition slate Tuesday.
Opening the narrative competition will be the rural drama Bluebird, the full-feature debut of writer-director Lance Edmands. The film, about the dramatic events in a Maine logging town, stars Amy Morton along with Girls star Adam Driver, Mad Men’s John Slattery and Justified Emmy winner Margo Martindale.
The world documentary competition will open with Big Men, about corrupt oil companies in Africa and executive produced by Brad Pitt, and the Viewpoints section will kick off with Flex Is King, about New York City street art.
Notable stars in the festival include Russell Crowe, who narrates a documentary about Bordeaux wine called Red Obsession; Matt Dillon and Naomi Watts, who feature as a paraplegic and his pregnant wife in Sunlight Jr.; Ben Kingsley in A Birder’s Guide to Everything; and Jena Malone and Ben Whishaw as narrators of the documentary Teenager.
The full slate of announced films is below, with synopses provided by the festival:
Sunlight Jr., directed and written by Laurie Collyer. (USA) – World Premiere. Quickie-mart employee Melissa (Naomi Watts) and paraplegic Richie (Matt Dillon) are very much in love. Supported only by Melissa’s small hourly wage, they are nevertheless thrilled to learn that Melissa is pregnant. Then their situation deteriorates, and their tenuous financial situation threatens to bring their happy life crashing down. Norman Reedus also stars in this a moving romantic drama from Laurie Collyer, director of the Golden Globe-nominated Sherrybaby.
- Hollywood Reporter (includes full Tribeca line-up)
Emma Stone, Naomi Watts, Zach Galifianakis, Michael Keaton to Star in ‘Birdman’
Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu’s dark comedy piece follows a former actor as he mounts a Broadway play based on a Raymond Chandler short story.
Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Naomi Watts and Zach Galifianakis will star in Birdman, Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu’s latest project that is being made by Fox Searchlight and New Regency.
As opposed to Innaritu’s usual soul-searing dramas, Birdman is a dark comedy that follows a former actor, who once played an iconic superhero, as he mounts a Broadway play based on a Raymond Chandler short story in a bid to reclaim past glory. However, the play’s egotistical leading man threatens to throw everything down the tubes.
Keaton, who played Batman in the early 1990s Tim Burton movies, is the comic book movie star trying to regain his credibility.
Stone will play Keaton’s daughter, fresh from rehab and now his assistant. Watts will be an actress in the play, while Galifianakis will play the production’s conniving producer.
I have now finally been able to add photos from the Vanity Fair After Party that Naomi attended after the Oscars last weekend! 62 gorgeous HQ photos of Naomi looking dramatic in a black and gold sequinned gown by Emilio Pucci can be found in our Gallery. I was particularly excited to see her pose with two of my other favourite actresses, Reese Witherspoon and Isla Fisher A few more photos from the Oscars red carpet have also been added.
Now that awards season is over and things will hopefully quieten down for Ms Watts (she deserves a holiday!), I will be spending time attempting to complete our content and gallery here – we’ll have an extensive filmography/career section in time, plus I will add the missing appearance photos to the gallery, among other things.
Congratulations to Naomi for picking up yet another award nomination for The Impossible, this time from the Empire Awards. Tom Holland also scores a much deserved nomination for Best Male Newcomer. The London based awards body will hold their ceremony in that city on Sunday March 24th, and fans can –> vote for their winners online <-- in the run-up.
Anne Hathaway (The Dark Knight Rises)
Jennifer Lawrence (The Hunger Games)
Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty)
Dame Judi Dench (Skyfall)
Naomi Watts (The Impossible)
Best Male Newcomer
Domhnall Gleeson (Anna Karenina)
Rafe Spall (Life Of Pi)
Steve Oram (Sightseers)
Suraj Sharma (Life Of Pi)
Tom Holland (The Impossible)
Naomi supports a campaign from the Happy Hearts Fund in this new PSA:
Happy Hearts Fund is a non-profit foundation dedicated to rebuilding schools and restoring hope and opportunity in the lives of children after natural disasters. We work during the period after emergency response is complete, implementing sustainable practices to ensure a lasting impact.