Naomie's TV and Film Credits

Saturday, 5 April 2014

Damian Lewis looks dapper in smart attire as he shoots night scenes for upcoming movie Our Kind Of Traitor

Suited and booted! Damian Lewis looks dapper in smart attire as he shoots night scenes for upcoming movie Our Kind Of Traitor

He recently filmed a scene looking like the spitting image of Michael Caine. 
But Damian Lewis managed to blend in with the rest of the crowd as he shot his latest scenes for upcoming movie Our Kind of Traitor while wearing a dark suit. 
The 43-year-old actor looked dapper as he dressed smartly in a black suit and striped tie as he filmed in character as Hector, a member of British intelligence.
Looking sharp: Damian Lewis looked dapper in a suit as he filmed he scenes for his upcoming movie Our Kind Of Traitor
Looking sharp: Damian Lewis looked dapper in a suit as he filmed he scenes for his upcoming movie Our Kind Of Traitor
Wearing a pair of thick-rimmed spectacles, Damian looked very focused as he shot his latest part in the motion picture at Arsenal Football Club's Emirates Stadium in North London.
    While his character is supposed to be fairly inconspicuous, Damian certainly wasn't as his night-time shoot attracted plenty of onlookers. 
    The hype surrounding the movie, which is doesn’t have a current release date, is building as more and more celebrity names are announced as being involved in the release.
    Specs appeal: Wearing a pair of thick-rimmed spectacles, Damian looked very focused as he shot his latest part in the motion picture at Arsenal Football Club's Emirates Stadium in North London
    Specs appeal: Wearing a pair of thick-rimmed spectacles, Damian looked very focused as he shot his latest part in the motion picture at Arsenal Football Club's Emirates Stadium in North London
    Damian will join Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris in the big-screen adaptation of the John le Carre novel, which tells the story of a Russian money launderer who seeks to defect to the UK after a tragic turn of events. 
    Ralph Fiennes was originally cast in the hotly-anticipated thriller, but he dropped out and was replaced by The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo actor Stellan Skarsgård.
    Damian shot part of the movie in London just last month, and in those scenes he had to wear a beige Aquascutum overcoat and thick-rimmed glasses which left him baring a striking resemblance to Michael's character Harry Palmer from hit 1960s movie The Ipcress File.
    Gathering a crowd: While his character is supposed to be fairly inconspicuous, Damian certainly wasn't as his night-time shoot attracted plenty of onlookers
    Gathering a crowd: While his character is supposed to be fairly inconspicuous, Damian certainly wasn't as his night-time shoot attracted plenty of onlookers
    Damian also wore a plaid scarf and smart trousers as he filmed the scenes on the banks of the river Thames in London.
    His trademark red locks were swept to one side and he prowled along the shore taking a phone call for most of the scene.
    Shooting for the movie only started in March and it's unknown how long the motion picture will take to film.  
    Alter-ego: The 43-year-old actor dressed smartly in a black suit and striped tie as he filmed in character as Hector, a member of British intelligence
    Alter-ego: The 43-year-old actor dressed smartly in a black suit and striped tie as he filmed in character as Hector, a member of British intelligence
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor recently looking like Michael Caine's iconic The Ipcress File character Harry Palmer
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor on Wednesday looking like Michael Caine's iconic The Ipcress File character Harry Palmer
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor on Wednesday looking like Michael Caine's iconic The Ipcress File character Harry Palmer


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    Friday, 28 March 2014

    Damian Lewis starts filming Our Kind of Traitor, which also stars Naomie Harris

    The Ipcress Copy: Damian Lewis is spitting image of Michael Caine's iconic character Harry Palmer as he films Our Kind of Traitor

    Imitation is said to be the sincerest form of flattery – and hopefully Michael Caine’s aware of that.
    Damian Lewis, 43, has been spotted filming for his new role in Our Kind of Traitor on the banks of the Thames river looking like Michael’s character Harry Palmer from hit 1960s movie The Ipcress File.
    Wearing a beige Aquascutum overcoat and thick-rimmed glasses Damian’s character, a member of British intelligence, looks like the spitting image of Harry Palmer - a British army sergeant forcibly drafted into the security services to work away a prison sentence.
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor on Wednesday looking like Michael Caine's iconic bThe Ipcress File character Harry Palmer
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor on Wednesday looking like Michael Caine's iconic The Ipcress File character Harry Palmer
    Imitation: Damian Lewis was spotted filming scenes for his latest movie Our Kind Of Traitor on Wednesday looking like Michael Caine's iconic The Ipcress File character Harry Palmer 
    Damian was filming scenes on the banks of the river Thames in London, wearing a beige overcoat, a plaid scarf and smart trousers.
    His trademark red locks were swept to one side and he prowled along the shore taking a phone call for most of the scene.
    The former Homeland actor drew in quite a crowd of fans as he filmed in the capital city; the droves of fans lined up to watch the 43-year-old.
    Swinging sixties style: The Homeland actor looked deep in concentration as he filmed scenes in London
    Swinging sixties style: The Homeland actor looked deep in concentration as he filmed scenes in London
    Hard at work: The star was filming scenes on the Thames river bank with a crew of twenty
    Hard at work: The star was filming scenes on the Thames river bank with a crew of twenty
    The hype surrounding the movie, which is doesn’t have a current release date, is building as more and more celebrity names are announced as being involved in the release.
    Damian will join Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris in the big-screen adaptation of the John le Carre novel – to play a member of British intelligence.
    Ralph Fiennes was originally cast in the hotly-anticipated thriller, but he dropped out and was replaced by The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo actor Stellan Skarsgård.
    What a gent: Damian will play a member of British intelligence in the London-based movie
    What a gent: Damian will play a member of British intelligence in the London-based movie
    What a gent: Damian will play a member of British intelligence in the London-based movie
    Flocking like birds: The star was surrounded by members of the cast and crew as they perfected the surroundings
    Flocking like birds: The star was surrounded by members of the cast and crew as they perfected the surroundings
    Working hard: Shooting for the movie only began on Wednesday and it¿s unknown how long it¿s set to take
    Working hard: Shooting for the movie only began on Wednesday and it's unknown how long it's set to take
    Shooting for the movie only began on Wednesday and it’s unknown how long it’s set to take.
    Damian has also been cast opposite Nicole Kidman in Queen of the Desert, a film about the life of archaeologist, writer and explorer Gertrude Bell.
    Drawing in the crowds: Despite only having been filming for two days, the word had clearly got out about Damian's filming location
    Drawing in the crowds: Despite only having been filming for two days, the word had clearly got out about Damian's filming location


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    Wednesday, 19 March 2014

    Bond girls launch 007 exhibition in London



    Bond girls launch 007 exhibition in London

    A trio of BOND girls, including new Miss Moneypenny NAOMIE HARRIS, turned out to launch a 007 exhibition in London on Tuesday (18Mar14)




    Harris, who was unveiled as the latest incarnation of Moneypenny in 2012's Skyfall, launched the Bond in Motion show at the London Film Museum along with The Living Daylights star Maryam d'Abo and Casino Royale's Caterina Murino.
    Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli also turned out for the opening of the exhibition, which features some of the most famous cars from the spy franchise, including a vintage Rolls-Royce from Goldfinger and an Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace.
    The exhibition opens to the public on 21 March (14).

    Tuesday, 18 March 2014

    Photos: Noamie attending the Bond In Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum

     Maryam d'Abo, Barbara Broccoli, Naomie Harris and Caterina Murino attend a drinks reception ahead of the opening of the Bond In Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum on March 18, 2014 in London, England. The Exhibition is the largest official collection of original Bond vehicles and opens on the 21st March to the general public.




















    Naomie Harris looks a million dollars in a white skirt suit at the Bond In Motion exhibition

    Worth every Moneypenny: Naomie Harris looks a million dollars in a white skirt suit at the Bond In Motion exhibition

    Naomie Harris was every bit the Bond girl on Tuesday, as she stepped out to support an exhibition of the largest collection of 007 memorabilia.
    Housed at the London Film Museum, the actress – who plays Moneypenny in the spy series – wore a crisp white skirt with a matching jacket featuring a plunging neckline.
    Naomie, 37, matched the black button on her blazer to her strappy sandals and clutch bag as she joined former Bond girls Maryam d'Abo and Caterina Murino for the unveiling.
    A licence to thrill: Naomie Harris is every bit the Bond girl at the exhibition of the largest 007 memorabilia
    A licence to thrill: Naomie Harris is every bit the Bond girl at the exhibition of the largest 007 memorabilia
    Stunning: Naomie wore a white skirt suit with black accessories
    Stunning: Naomie wore a white skirt suit with black accessories
    Stunning: Naomie wore a white skirt suit with black accessories
    Bond girls: Maryam d'Abo, Naomie Harris, Caterina Murino at the Bond In Motion show
    Bond girls: Maryam d'Abo, Naomie Harris, Caterina Murino at the Bond In Motion show
    Harris also added a pair of Noor Fares geometric octahedron earrings and a geometric rhombus ring, all in white diamonds.
    Naomie made her first appearance in the James Bond franchise in Skyfall, with Daniel Craig as 007; as did Caterina but in Casino Royale.
      Maryam starred opposite Timothy Dalton in The Living Daylights back in 1987 as Kara Milovy, a Czechoslovakian cellist and sniper who falls for James Bond. 
      Michael G. Wilson, writer and producer of many of the Bond films, was also in attendance with his half-sibling and fellow 007 producer Barbara Broccoli.
      007 family: The Bond girls pose with producer siblings Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson
      007 family: The Bond girls pose with producer siblings Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson
      Then and now: Naomie made her first appearance in Skyfall while Maryam was a Bond girl oppositeTimothy Dalton in The Living Daylights back in 1987
      Then and now: Naomie made her first appearance in Skyfall while Maryam was a Bond girl oppositeTimothy Dalton in The Living Daylights back in 1987
      Takes her back: Maryam d'Abo poses with the cello from The Living Daylights which her character Kara Milovy owned
      Takes her back: Maryam d'Abo poses with the cello from The Living Daylights which her character Kara Milovy owned
      British race car driver Darren Turner was another guest, who no doubt enjoyed taking a look at the various motors that have featured in the Bond movies over the years.
      BGT judge and comedian David Walliams was also there to check out memorabilia including the classic Aston Martin that has appeared in Bond movies from Goldfinger to Skyfall.
      It turns out the vintage car was Walliams favourite vehicle as he tweeted a picture of the car afterwards, writing: ‘The Bond in Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum is a treasure trove for all Bond fans.’
      Classic: Broccoli stands in front of the Rolls Royce Phantom III from Goldfinger
      Classic: Broccoli stands in front of the Rolls Royce Phantom III from Goldfinger
      Race car driver Darren Turner checks out a damaged Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace.
      Race car driver Darren Turner checks out a damaged Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace.
      Nice suits: Nick Candy and David Walliams dressed their best to check out the collection
      Nice suits: Nick Candy and David Walliams dressed their best to check out the collection
      The effects guy: Christopher Charles Corbould OBE is known for his work on action scenes in some 11 James Bond films. He poses in front of the Jaguar XKR convertible
      The effects guy: Christopher Charles Corbould OBE is known for his work on action scenes in some 11 James Bond films. He poses in front of the Jaguar XKR convertible
      Also on display are the Jaguar XKR convertible and the Aston Martin Vanquish V12 from Die Another Day, the Rolls Royce Phantom III, from Goldfinger; the Mercury Cougar XR7 driven by Diana Rigg’s Tracy Vicenzo in On Her Majesty Secret Service and a damaged Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace.
      But while the cars on display are there for Bond lovers to look at, in Miami, hardcore fans could drive their own vehicle home.
      $33 million worth of James Bond cars are up for sale by real estate developer Michael Dezer, whose collection are housed at the Dezer Auto Collection at the Miami Auto Museum.
      Bond in Motion opens at the London Film Museum, WC2 (londonfilmmuseum.com) on March 21 and will run throughout 2014
      Memories: Wendy Leech poses in front of the BMW motorcycle she drove in Tomorrow Never Dies
      Memories: Wendy Leech poses in front of the BMW motorcycle she drove in Tomorrow Never Dies



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      Monday, 17 March 2014

      Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom DVD Release tomorrow in the US



      Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (2013)
      DVD Release Date March 18, 2014


      In Theaters:
      December 25, 2013

      MPAA:
      PG-13

      Genres:
      Drama, History
      Runtime:
      141 min

      Gross:
      $8.3 mil

      Ratings:
      Nelson Mandela?s story is an inspiring one from his humble beginnings to his eventual inauguration as the first president of South Africa to ever be elected democratically. His youth and young adulthood were taken up with the struggle against South Africa?s apartheid government. His commitment to freedom for all South Africans landed him in prison, where he spent 27 years. This time of anguish was difficult for him and for the struggle he and others were attempting to keep alive. The patience and courage of Mandela is portrayed as well as the deep personal cost to his health and marriage. We see his emergence from prison and ultimate politic rise as he begins to rule as president of a finally multi-racial South Africa.
      Starring:
      Idris Elba, Naomie Harris, Tony Kgoroge

      Director:
      Justin Chadwick

      Writer:
      William Nicholson, Nelson Mandela

      Thursday, 13 March 2014

      Naomie spies new secret service role: Ms Harris picks Ms Perkins over Miss Moneypenny

      Naomie spies new secret service role: Ms Harris picks Ms Perkins over Miss Moneypenny


      Embroiled: Naomie is in final negotiations to star in the film version of Our Kind Of Traitor
      Embroiled: Naomie is in final negotiations to star in the film version of Our Kind Of Traitor
      Naomie Harris is getting back in the spy game — but this time she’s playing a Ms Perkins rather than Miss Moneypenny.
      The actress, who took over the role of Moneypenny in the last 007 screen adventure, Skyfall, is in final negotiations to star opposite Ewan McGregor in the film version of John le Carre’s cracking novel Our Kind Of Traitor.
      Director Susanna White has begun shooting non-acting scenes in a Finnish forest near the Arctic Circle, which is standing in for woodland near Moscow.
      Our Kind Of Traitor concerns Perry Makepeace, an Oxford English Literature don, and Gail Perkins, his barrister wife (certain things in the movie are different from the novel, where she’s his girlfriend), who become drawn to another don — of the Russian Mafia kind — during a tennis match.
      The Russian, Dima to his friends, is a big-time money launderer with knowledge of terrorist activities.
      And Dima wants Perry and Gail to help him and his extended family defect to the UK.
      The British intelligence services get involved and so do Dima’s many enemies. Soon, Perry and Gail don’t know who to trust.
      A few months ago, Le Carre’s son Simon Cornwell — who is producing the film with his brother Stephen, long-time le Carre collaborator Gail Egan and Studio Canal — told me that the Gail role was being ‘built up in a more and more interesting way’ for the movie.
      I bumped into Naomie at producer Charles Finch’s pre-Oscar dinner at Madeo in Beverly Hills, and she told me that post-Oscars, she was heading to a spa in England to get her body in shape. ‘I want to detox and get fit.’
      She added, with an air of mystery, that there was a film role being discussed but revealed nothing else . . . Our Kind Of Traitor is that mystery movie.
      Stellan Skarsgard has been cast as Dima the shady oligarch.
        Homeland star Damian Lewis will play Hector, a British intelligence officer, while Mark Gatiss, a force in front of and behind the camera on the BBC’s Sherlock, will play his colleague Luke.
        Hossein Amini has adapted le Carre’s novel, shifting round the tome’s locations.
        In the book the main characters play tennis at a beach resort in Antigua, but for the picture this has been switched to Marrakech.
        Spy siren: Naomie Harris starred in Skyfall as Eve/Miss Moneypenny against Daniel Craig as James Bond
        Spy siren: Naomie Harris starred in Skyfall as Eve/Miss Moneypenny against Daniel Craig as James Bond
        Other scenes will be filmed in London, Paris, and the French Alps. 
        Amini is red-hot at the moment thanks to his forthcoming gem of a film, The Two Faces Of January, which he has directed and written from a story by Patricia Highsmith.
        That picture opens in the UK on May 16 and features Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen and Oscar Isaac, the latter giving a knock-out performance following on from his career-defining portrait of a folk singer in Inside Llewyn Davis.
        Principal filming on Our Kind Of Traitor begins on March 26.
        Then Naomie is due to join the next James Bond picture when director Sam Mendes gets cameras rolling in November.


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