It’s all cute & fun until an overly aggressive taxi driver jumps the curb! I just hope these guys stay on the sidewalk or simply bike down the block to drop their kids off b/c I can’t see this being all that safe if you’re going more than a couple blocks.
These pics were snapped earlier today in NYC as Naomi Watts & Liev Schreiber were spotting biking their two sons, Alex & Sam, to school. Also, shouldn’t those two have their own bikes by now? They look awfully big to be towed around on mom & dad’s bikes.
Also, we should note that Naomi’s new film ‘Diana’ recently premiered in London & will release in the US on November 1st.
It seems like news about Naomi Watts scoring the epic role of Princess Diana just last week, so I’m kind of surprised they turned this thing around so quickly.
The age-defying 44-year-old opted for a classy look with a Versace gown at last night’s ‘Diana’ red carpet premiere in London. Later in the evening, the actress donned a Saint Laurent dress at the after-party—both very sexy, in our opinion. The closeup shots aren’t the best, but hey, let’s not forget she’s a married 44-year-old mother of two kids! She’s allowed to have a few stress wrinkles, damn it!
Here’s more about the film, which hits theaters this weekend:
The biopic focuses on the last two years of her life after she divorced from Prince Charles. Her relationships with heart surgeon Dr. Hasnat Khan and Dodi Fayed are also narrated. It also provides the details about how the Princess and Khan met. Source
Here are some highlights from this past weekend at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival: Naomi Watts attended the Sunlight Jr. premiere. Saxon Sharbino attended the Trust Me premiere. Lydia Hearst atteneded the Big Shot premiere. Nicole Steinwedell attended the Raze premiere. Mira Sorvino attended that I Got Somethin’ To Tell You premiere. Erin Cummings attended the In God We Trust premiere. The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival runs through April 28th. For more information on all the films that’ll be showing, visit the Tribeca Film Festival website.
Top Row: Stacy Kiebler & George Clooney, Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones, Justin Theroux & Jennifer Aniston, Channing Tatum & Jenna Dewan
Bottom Row: Naomi Watts & Liev Schrieber, Julie Yaeger & Paul Rudd, Francois Pianault & Salma Hayek, Nicole Kidman & Keith Urban
Following up on the fashionable ladies who walked the red carpet are the fashionable couples that walked the red carpet that 85th Academy Awards. Now we can report on the other big winners of the night where Argo took home Best Picture while Daniel Day-Lewis took home Best Actor for Lincoln. We’d previously reported that Jennifer Lawrence won Best Actress for Silver Linings Playbook and Anne Hathaway took home Best Supporting Actress for Les Miserables while Christoph Waltz took home Best Support Actor for Django Unchained. Check out the full list of winners and for more coverage, visit the Oscars official website.
In conjunction with the 85th Academy Awards, The Hollywood Reporter Nominees Night 2013 was held at Spago in Beverly Hills. You’ll notice that the attendees are practically a repeat of those who attended the Nominees Luncheon with Morena Baccarin swapping for Anne Hathaway. As you saw in another earlier post, Morena covera the March issue of GQ Magazine. So to repeat ourselves, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, and Naomi Watts are up for Best Actress while Amy Adams is up for Best Supporting Actress. Check out the full list of nominees. For more info, visit the Academy Awards official website.
Pictured: Amy Adams, Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Naomi Watts
The 85th Academy Awards will be presented on February 24th but with a bunch of event leading up to the big show, the Nominees Luncheon kicked-off the month’s activites at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Lincoln leads the way with 16 nominations with Life of Pi with 11 and both Les Miserables and Silver Linings Playbook with 8 nominations. Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, and Naomi Watts are up for Best Actress while Amy Adams and Anne Hathaway are up for Best Supporting Actress. Check out the full list of nominees. For more info, visit the Academy Awards official website.
Pictured: Alec Baldwin & Hilaria Thomas, Johnny Galecki & Kelli Garner, Renee Puente & Matthew Morrison
Aside from the fashionable ladies who attended, we had to show some love to the couples that walked the red carpet at the SAG Awards. As we’ve already stated, the 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards were held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Silver Linings Playbook, Lincoln, Les Miserables, and Modern Family lead the way with 4 nominations each. Amongst the highlights, Jennifer Lawrence added to her trophy case taking home the Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for Silver Linings Playbook while Daniel Day-Lewis took home the Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role for Lincoln. On the Television side, winners included Kevin Costner, Julianne Moore, Bryan Cranston, Claire Danes, Tina Fey, and Alec Baldwin. In addition, Dick Van Dyke was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Check out a full list of winners and for more information, visit the SAG Awards website.
Marion Cotillard, Leslie Mann, Eva Longoria, Naomi Watts, & Amy Adams
As the award season gets into full swing, last night’s star-studded event was the 18th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards held at the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport. We’ll cover most of the big-shots who walked the red carpet, so look for those photos soon.
The big winners will definitely send mix signals b/c certain Oscar snubs turned out to take the top honors. Best Picture went to Ben Affleck’s “Argo” & the actor-turned-director also scored the award for Best Director. While “Argo” received a Best Picture nod by the Oscars, Ben Affleck didn’t get any love in the director category. Seems like somebody didn’t kiss the right asses!
Let’s run through the other big dogs:
Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis — Lincoln as President Abraham Lincoln
Best Actress: Jessica Chastain — Zero Dark Thirty as Maya
Best Supporting Actor: Philip Seymour Hoffman — The Master as Lancaster Dodd
Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway — Les Miserables as Fantine
Best Young Actor/Actress: Quvenzhané Wallis — Beasts of the Southern Wild as Hushpuppy
Best Acting Ensemble: Silver Linings Playbook
Best Director: Ben Affleck — Argo
Best Original Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino — Django Unchained
Best Adapted Screenplay: Tony Kushner — Lincoln