Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup are each other's wedding dates!. The actors, who have been romantically linked since 2017 and made their red carpet debut at the SAG Awards in February, attended former InStyle editor-in-chief Laura Brown's wedding to Brandon Borror-Chappell over the weekend in Hawaii. Also in attendance for...
Under the watchful, mischievous eyes of Kenny Scharf’s unmistakable cartoon graffiti characters, a group of steadfast supporters of The New York Academy of Art gathered on Thursday evening for the school’s annual Tribeca Ball; the annual event raises funds vital for the academy’s programming but also serves as a platform for students to showcase and sell their own artwork.
David Lynch’s “Secret” Cannes Movie Is Probably “Wisteria,” with Naomi Watts and Laura Dern Included
Big news today about a possible “secret” David Lynch movie heading to Cannes. It was mentioned in a Variety preview of the French fest. But last week, on April 7th, Jordan Ruimy’s World of Reel told us all about “Wisteria,” the David Lynch movie with Naomi Watts and Laura Dern.
Pam Bales didn't know who Naomi Watts was when the actress was hired to play her in 'Infinite Storm'. The movie tells the real-life tale of the experienced climber, who, after turning back to avoid an incoming blizzard while ascending Mt Washington, encountered a stranded man and tried to get them both to safety before the storm hit.
Watch: Beanie Feldstein's Best Phone Call Ever From Ryan Murphy. Ryan Murphy has found his latest muse in Naomi Watts. According to Deadline, the actress is set to star in season two of Murphy's FX series Feud. She will play socialite Barbara "Babe" Paley, who fell out with famed writer Truman Capote in 1975 after Esquire published an excerpt of his unfinished book Answered Prayers, a thinly veiled tell-all about New York City's elite. The excerpt La Côte Basque 1965 included intimate details about Babe's unhappy marriage to CBS founder William S. Paley. After its publication, Capote's formerly close circle of wealthy female friends—who the author affectionately called his "swans"—shut him out.
After five years, Ryan Murphy’s anthology series, Feud, is reportedly returning to FX with an all-new installment starring Naomi Watts, ET has confirmed. The second season, which follows 2017’s Bette and Joan, will be called Capote’s Women and focus on the falling out between author Truman Capote and several of his female friends.