Thursday, January 31, 2013

Hollywood's Hottest Babes: Naomi Watts

Naomi Ellen Watts was Made In England.

Her father (Peter Watts) worked as a road manager & sound engineer for "legendary" 1970's progressive/psychedelic rock band — Pink Floyd and her mother (Myfanwy) was costume designer. After the divorce of her parents, her father suddenly passed-away when she was only 7-yrs-old. Naomi eventually went to live in Australia w/ her mother & brother, and it was at the Land Down Under where she discovered her passion for acting.


As fate would have itwhile attending an Australian acting class, Naomi Watts first met Nicole Kidman and the two Hollywood starlets remain close friends 'til this very day.

Super-stardom did not come overnight for Naomi, she’s actually been working steadily within the movie & modeling industry since the early ‘90s — recently certifying her name among Hollywood’s A-List.

theKONGBLOG™, "Naomi Watts is a throwback to the Hollywood starlets of yester-years...she is simply stunning, sensual & seductive."

She starred in David Lynch's "critically-acclaimed" psychological thriller Mulholland Drive (2001) — which evidently became her break-through role. Naomi then starred in one of the biggest box office hits of that year — a remake of the Japanese horror film The Ring (2002), a thriller that creeped-out audiences nationwide.

Watts soon followed w/ a powerful performance starring alongside Sean Penn & Benicio del Toro in 21 Grams (2003); receiving an Academy Award-nomination for her role.  

The spotlight shown brightest when Naomi Watts accepted a role to play Ann Darrow in her most commerically successful film to date — Peter Jackson's remake of King Kong (2005)

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer praised her performance, "The third act becomes a star-crossed, "Beauty and the Beast" parable far more operatic and tragic than anything the original filmmakers could have imagined, exquisitely pantomimed by Watts with a poignancy and passion that rates Oscar consideration."

Kong always had a thing for blondes

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