Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber had their arms around each other as they took in the festivities at The Surf Club in Montauk, N.Y., during a birthday bash for Allure magazine's editor-in-chief Linda Wells. The party took place at the venue's outdoor space - and there was plenty of entertainment. Jimmy Buffett sang "Happy Birthday" and the band Playing for Change performed. Guests also noshed on mini burgers, lobster rolls and birthday cake.
Imagine you found out your best friend -- a wife and mother, and an analyst in the private sector, or so you thought -- was actually a CIA spy. What would you say? Several questions suggest themselves all at once, but probably the most pressing would be this: Have you ever killed anybody?
There is only one Marilyn Monroe, but now two actresses are set to embody the bombshell on screen. It was announced this week at the Cannes Film Festival that Naomi Watts, 41, will play Monroe in a biopic based on author Joyce Carol Oates's controversial, fictionalized memoir, 2000's Blonde. The movie, also called Blonde, is reportedly slated to start filming in January.
Give Robert Downey Jr. a glass of scotch and a suit made of metal, and lines will form around the block. But cast him as a newspaper columnist who befriends a cello-playing homeless man, and these days the only crowds gathering will be for the movie playing next door.
An intimate memorial for Heath Ledger, attended by immediate family and close friends including former girlfriend Naomi Watts, was held in Los Angeles on Saturday night just hours after the actor's death was marked at a New York event.
Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein married British designer Georgina Chapman at his waterfront Connecticut estate Saturday night before a star-studded crowd that included Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Cameron Diaz, Renée Zellweger and Naomi Watts – and topped it off with a grand fireworks display.
The way it usually works in a horror sequel is, some foolish teenager who hasn't learned from experience -- even though half his buddies have expired under gruesome circumstances -- does something dumb (again) like walk into a dark place alone or pick up a telephone and follow the instructions of a maniac.