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Oct 30, 2014

New role looming for Naomi Watts (subject to confirmation)

IM Global lines up Three Generations

Naomi Watts will star alongside Susan Sarandon and Elle Fanning in the comedic drama that IM Global is bringing to the AFM.

Three Generations charts the interwoven lives of a New York teen transitioning from female to male, her single mother and lesbian music manager grandmother.

Gaby Dellal will direct from a screenplay by Nikole Beckwith. ICM Partners represents US rights. Big Beach co-founders Peter Saraf and Marc Turtletaub will produce with Dorothy Berwin of InFilm Productions.

Watts, currently shooting Demolition in New York for Jean-Marc Vallée, will serve as executive producer alongside Leah Holzer and Daniele Melia of Big Beach and Peter Pastorelli.

[Article] Naomi Watts trades Oscar-bait for a lighter career

Naomi Watts trades Oscar-bait for a lighter career
October 30, 2014 - Steven Zeitchik, LA Times

Dressed in an oversized night shirt, Naomi Watts moves stealthily across the darkened suburban house where she was shooting her new movie, stepping toward a couch where a teenage actor playing her son lay asleep.

In one swoop the actress leans over, kisses the boy on the cheek, rests her head on his arm and gently strokes a clump of hair with a motion that also deftly moves it out of the sight line of the camera – an act of soulfulness that also serves to remind that, at bottom, most movie-making is just an elaborate game of Twister.......

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Oct 29, 2014

Naomi Watts's back on the set of "Demolition" again Oct 28, 2014

She's a rebel! Naomi Watts gets to work playing a pot-smoking customer service clerk on set of Demolition.

The beauty was back in work mode after Halloween Fete on Tue Oct 28, 2014, spotted strolling solo around set of her new film Demolition in New York City.

Naomi's new role is certainly a stretch from her everyday life.

Oct 28, 2014

[Naomi Watts Daily] Halloween Fete Oct 27, 2014

Naomi Watts attended the Bonpoint and Ladurée Halloween Fete in Soho, New York on Oct 27, 2014 and had a happy reunion with 21 Grams co-star Charlotte Gainsbourg.

Oct 23, 2014

Naomi Watts Live with Kelly and Michael Oct 20 2014

video credit: Live with Kelly and Michael

Naomi Watts unveiled as new ambassador of L'Oreal

Naomi Watts was last night unveiled as the latest L'Oreal Paris ambassador joining a prestigious list of women from around the globe.

Watts, 46, was named at an exclusive dinner in Paris before some of the world’s leading beauty writers.

Wearing a classic black tuxedo pant suit, Watts was introduced by Cyril Chapuy, Global Brand President or L'Oreal Paris who praised her as a leading actor of her generation.

Watts, like the many ambassadors before her, said it was a privilege to represent a company with the iconic slogan 'Because You're Worth It.'

L'Oreal Paris is the world's largest cosmetics company with an estimated 60 ambassadors all over the world.

In recent years the range of women chosen to represent its brands has broadened as cosmetic companies fight to be relevant to women of all ages.

Representatives said Watts, a successful woman and a mother of two, was a perfect fit for a modern cosmetic company which pitches itself to women of all ages.

Watts, who was born in England but raised in Australia is married to actor Liev Schreiber. She has twice been nominated for an Academy Award.

Oct 21, 2014

Naomi Watts participates in “The Art of Discovery” charity launch...

Renaissance Hotels and The Creative Coalition, Launch “The Art of Discovery” a coffee table book, photographed by Jeff Vespa. Edited by Robin Bronk, and Design and Art by Nancy Rouemy.

A portion of the proceeds from the sales of “The Art of Design” will support the arts advocacy programs of The Creative Coalition the premiere nonprofit, nonpartisan, social and public advocacy organization of the arts and the entertainment community.

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