Naomi Watts Movies List

Naomi Watts
Naomi Watts
28-09-1968
Shoreham, Kent, England, UK
52
The Book of Henry

Actor Naomi Watts Filmography

Showing 1 to 10 of 52 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 52 movies
Shut In
Shut In ( English )
Artist: Naomi Watts , Oliver Platt , David Cubitt , Jacob Tremblay , Charlie Heaton
Director: Farren Blackburn , Nanouk Martel
Music Director: Nathaniel Méchaly , Loïc Gourbe , Louis Collin , Alexandre Hernandez , François-Joseph Hors , Bridget O'Driscoll , Emmanuel Augeard
Release date: 18-11-2016
Demolition
Demolition ( English )
Artist: Jake Gyllenhaal , Chris Cooper , Naomi Watts , C.J. Wilson , Polly Draper
Director: Jean-Marc Vallée
Music Director: Susan Jacobs
Release date: 08-04-2016
Allegiant
Allegiant ( English )
Director: Robert Schwentke , Alicia Accardo , Jessica Kivnik
Music Director: Joseph Trapanese , Sam Zeines , Randall Poster
Release date: 01-04-2016
Insurgent
Insurgent ( English )
Director: Robert Schwentke
Music Director: Joseph Trapanese
Release date: 20-03-2015
St. Vincent
St. Vincent ( English )
Director: Theodore Melfi
Music Director: Theodore Shapiro
Release date: 11-04-2014
Sunlight Jr.
Sunlight Jr. ( English )
Artist: Naomi Watts , Matt Dillon , Norman Reedus , Tess Harper , Antoni Corone
Director: Laurie Collyer , Laura Pinto
Music Director: J. Mascis
Release date: 15-11-2013
Diana
Diana ( English )
Music Director: Keefus Green , Ian Neil , Graham Sutton
Release date: 20-09-2013
Adore
Adore ( English )
Director: Anne Fontaine
Music Director: Christopher Gordon
Release date: 06-09-2013
Movie 43
Movie 43 ( English )
Director:
Music Director:
Release date: 25-01-2013
Lo imposible
Lo imposible ( English )
Music Director: Fernando Velázquez
Release date: 11-10-2012
Showing 1 to 10 of 52 movies
Showing 1 to 10 of 52 movies

Naomi Watts Biography

Naomi Watts had already been a working actress for over a decade when she earned notice as a promising newcomer in David Lynch's Cannes Film Festival prizewinner Mulholland Drive (2001). Born September 28th, 1968, Watts began acting in her teens, landing her first film role in For Love Alone (1986). Watts subsequently appeared with future Hollywood headliners Nicole Kidman and Thandie Newton in John Duigan's disarming teen romance Flirting (1991). Watts's next film with Duigan, Wide Sargasso Sea (1992), was not so well received. After her first taste of Hollywood with Joe Dante's schlock movie homage Matinee (1992), Watts nabbed a starring role as Jimmy Smits's disturbed student in George Miller's little seen courtroom drama Gross Misconduct (1993). Watts then starred as Jet Girl to Lori Petty's Tank Girl (1995), but the science fiction fantasy suffered an ignominious box office fate. After a series of TV movies and thrillers, including Sleepwalkers (1997) and Children of the Corn IV (1996), Watts appeared in Marshall Herskovitz's high-toned Venetian courtesan costumer Dangerous Beauty (1998) and successful TV docudrama The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer (1999). Watts's breakthrough finally arrived when David Lynch cast her in his ABC pilot Mulholland Drive. Though ABC canceled the project in 1999 after Lynch turned in a typically mood-drenched work, StudioCanal financed its transformation into a feature that debuted to acclaim at Cannes in 2001. A Los Angeles dreamscape akin to Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive featured Watts as the blonde half of a female duo caught in a mystery of shifting identities. Drawing attention for her not-for-network TV love scene with co-star Laura Harring, Watts also earned praise as a rising "new" actress. Though ignored for an Oscar nomination, Watts's tour-de-force dual performance earned her numerous accolades and critics' awards, igniting her career. Working steadily in the wake of Mulholland Drive, Watts scored a box-office as well as critical success a year later with The Ring (2002), the Hollywood remake of the Japanese horror blockbuster. Starring Watts as an intrepid reporter investigating the origins of a lethal videotape, The Ring overcame studio doubts to become a sleeper hit, solidifying Watts's new star status. Watts subsequently donned period dress for the Showtime western The Outsider (2002), and to co-star alongside fellow Aussie Heath Ledger in The Kelly Gang (2003). Balancing her genre work with potentially headier fare guided by notable directors, Watts also appeared with Kate Hudson, Glenn Close and Stockard Channing in the Merchant-Ivory romantic comedy Le Divorce (2003), and won a leading role opposite formidable actors Sean Penn and Benicio Del Toro in Alejandro González Iñárritu's 21 Grams (2003).

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