Saturday, 11 January 2014

Photos: Naomie at the W Magazine Pre Golden Globes Celebration in LA

Stars at the W Magazine Celebration in LA

 Naomie Harris attends the W Magazine celebration of The 'Best Performances' Portfolio and The Golden Globes with Cadillac and Dom Perignon at Chateau Marmont on January 9, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.



Audio: Bono and The Edge, Idris Elba, Naomie Harris Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Palm Springs Film Festival Talking pictures

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Veteran Entertainment Reporter and Actor Nicholas Snow kicks off the latest season of his hit online radio show, SnowbizNow, with daily reports from the 2014 Palm Springs International Film Festival, 25th Anniversary Edition.  In this historic episode, Snow welcomes Bono and The Edge of U2 fame, along with starsIdris Elba and Naomie Harris, of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom fame.

Naomie on ITV's This Morning with Eamonn and Ruth

From Moneypenny to Mandela



















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  Eamonn and Ruth with Naomie Harris


Obama led me to the buffet table and told me I should eat more. He watched me pile up my plate! – Naomie Harris on the premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom at The White House 

Naomie Harris joins us to talk about the toughest role of her career as she plays Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.



"Obama led me to the buffet table and told me I should eat more. He watched me pile up my plate! "
– Naomie Harris on the premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom at The White House

Video: Naomie Harris Recalls Her Relationship With The Mandelas on The Arsenio Hall show

Naomie Harris Recalls Her Relationship With The Mandelas


Published on 6 Jan 2014
Naomie Harris looks back on her time with the Mandela family and recalls where she was when she heard Nelson Mandela died.



Photos: Naomie, Idris and Bono + The Edge at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala

25th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala - Awards Presentation








Lupita Nyong'o and Naomie Harris attend the after party for the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival awards gala at Parker Palm Springs on January 4, 2014 in Palm Springs, California.





Honoree Bono accepts the Sonny Bono Visionary award from actress Naomie Harris onstage during the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival awards gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 4, 2014 in Palm Springs, California.


Video: Idris Elba and Naomie Harris discuss Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom #OscarWatch

Idris Elba and Naomie Harris discuss Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom #OscarWatch - BlackTree TV






Published on 13 Nov 2013
[BlackTree TV - Los Angeles] We sat down with both Idris Elba and Naomie Harris, the stars of Mandela Long Walk to Freedom, to talk about the challenges of performing in Soweto and bringing these characters to life.

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Based on the 1994 autobiography of the same name, MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM chronicles the inspirational life of Nelson Mandela as an international icon and one of the world's most revered leaders. Directed by Justin Chadwick (THE FIRST GRADER, THE OTHER BOLEYN GIRL) and adapted by Academy Award® nominated screenwriter William Nicholson (SHADOWLANDS, GLADIATOR, LES MISERABLES), the film spans Mandela's exceptional life journey from his early years as a herd boy in South Africa's rural Cape region, to his days as a lawyer and Apartheid resistance leader, and on to his twenty-seven years spent in Robben Island prison before becoming the nation's first democratically elected President. Acclaimed actor Idris Elba (THE WIRE, LUTHER, PROMETHEUS, PACIFIC RIM, THOR) stars, with Naomie Harris (THE FIRST GRADER, SKYFALL) playing the role of his wife Winnie Mandela, with whom he shared a passionate and troubled love affair that endured over decades. A stellar South African supporting cast is headlined by Tony Kgoroge (INVICTUS), Riaad Moosa (MATERIAL), Fana Mokoena (World War Z, Machine Gun Preacher), Jamie Bartlett (Beyond Borders), Deon Lotz (SKOONHEID, SLEEPER'S WAKE), Simo Mogwaza (DISTRICT 9), Terry Pheto (TSOTSI), Thapelo Mokoena (NOTHING FOR MAHALA), and Praise Singer and Poet of the Nation, Zolani Mkiva.



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Friday, 10 January 2014

Photos: Naomie and Idris attend Palm Springs Film Festival - Talking Pictures +Bono and The Edge

Idris Elba and Naomie Harris attend the 25th annual Palm Springs Film Festival - Talking Pictures on January 5, 2014 in Palm Springs, California.
















Video: Bono and The Edge, Idris Elba, Naomie Harris Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Palm Springs Film Festival Talking pictures

U2 | Bono | The Edge | Idris Elba | Naomie Harris | Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom | Plus More Stars!






Published on 6 Jan 2014
http://www.SnowbizNow.com | Palm Springs International Film Festival | IDRIS ELBA, NAOMIE HARRIS, BONO & THE EDGE TALK MOVIES AND MANDELA - Preceded by a screening of MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM. Plus on the Red Carpet, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Sandra Bullock, Bruce Dern, Steve McQueen, Bradley Cooper and more!

Nicholas Snow asks Bono his opinion on eliminating stigma against people living with HIV/AIDS. Read Snow's book: "Life Positive" http://www.LifePositiveBook.com

Every year, the Festival presents a series of special programs devoted to exploring the careers and creative choices of the top talents in the world of cinema, including Oscar®-caliber actors and directors in conversation with leading entertainment journalists. Each program includes a film screening or a selection of film clips and an on-stage conversation.

Nominated for three Golden Globes (including Best Actor for Idris Elba and Best Song for Bono and bandmates The Edge, Adam Clayton, Larry Mullen Jr., alongwith Brian Burden), Mandela provides an emotionally riveting overview of five decades in the life of a man who changed the world, South Africa's Nelson Mandela. In turns a gripping political thriller and engrossing biopic, the film was a labor of love, taking 15 years to make it to the screen. That proves to be a blessing, as Idris Elba is the perfect actor to embody the spirit of Mandela, just as Naomie Harris, his co-star, is perfectly cast as Nelson's wife and comrade, Winnie Mandela. Join these co-stars, along with composers Bono and The Edge, as they talk about their inspiration in making this stunning tribute to truth, justice and reconciliation.

The Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) is one of the largest film festivals in North America, welcoming 135,000 attendees annually for its lineup of new and celebrated international features and documentaries.

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Video: Naomie Harris says she's most proud of Mandela movie - BBC Newsbeat



Naomie Harris says she's most proud of Mandela movie


Page last updated at 06:25 GMT, Monday, 6 January 2014
Naomie Harris has said her performance in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom is the role she is most proud in her career so far.
The actress, who plays Mandela's former wife Winnie in the film, said the movie carries some "really beautiful messages".
While talking to Newsbeat's Nesta McGregor she also discussed Idris Elba's portrayal of Nelson Mandela and crying when she saw the film for the first time.
The interview took place before Nelson Mandela's death was announced on 5 December last year.
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Added 12th January 2014


Published on 6 Jan 2014
Naomie Harris has said her performance in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom is the role she is most proud in her career so far.

The actress, who plays Mandela's former wife Winnie in the film, said the movie carries some "really beautiful messages".

While talking to Newsbeat's Nesta McGregor she also discussed Idris Elba's portrayal of Nelson Mandela and crying when she saw the film for the first time.

The interview took place before Nelson Mandela's death was announced on 5 December last year.

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Video: Naomie's interview on the Jonathan Ross show 4th January

"Naomie Harris" On The Jonathan Ross Show Series 6 Ep 1.4 January 2014 Part 3/4


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Published on 4 Jan 2014
His Guests Include:
Jennifer Saunders
Naomie Harris
Paddy McGuinness
& Jamie Cullum
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Part 2 http://youtu.be/D99ReW5zZhs
Part 4 http://youtu.be/KsvxYJIQY6Q
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The Jonathan Ross Show is a British chat show presented by Jonathan Ross. It was first broadcast on ITV on 3 September 2011 - in the late Saturday evening timeslot - following the conclusion of Ross' BBC One chat show, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, in July 2010.

The show is filmed at The London Studios. In November 2011, it was announced that Ross had signed a new two-year contract to host another two series of 10 episodes each and a Christmas special.

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Thursday, 9 January 2014

Photos: Naomie arriving at Palm Springs Film Festival Awards Gala wearing a Naeem Khan dress

Actress Naomie Harris attends the 25th annual Palm Springs Film Festival on January 5, 2014 in Palm Springs, California.

Naomie is wearing a Naeem Khan dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, a Rauwolf clutch, and David Morris jewelry.








 Naomie Harris arrives in style with Mercedes-Benz at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on January 4, 2014 in Palm Springs, California.



Naomie Harris (bracelet and clutch detail) arrives in style with Mercedes-Benz at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on January 4, 2014 in Palm Springs, California.


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Naomie Harris is a vision in white while hitting the red carpet at the 2014 Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala on Saturday evening (January 4) at the convention center in Palm Springs, Calif.
The 37-year-old actress was joined by her Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom co-star Idris Elba.
“My Bow makes my d-ck hard every time I smile…is that normal?” Idris tweeted on his way to the event. “Had fun…releasing the beast..:) (jokes)” he added with a photo of himself touching his bow.
FYI: Naomie is wearing a Naeem Khan dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, a Rauwolf clutch, and David Morris jewelry. Idris is wearing Christian Louboutin shoes.


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Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Idris Elba snubbed by BAFTA for Mandela role... as Chiwetel Ejiofor is favourite to take home best actor for 12 Years A Slave

Idris Elba snubbed by BAFTA for Mandela role... as Chiwetel Ejiofor becomes favourite to take home best actor for 12 Years A Slave

He was tipped to get a Best Actor nomination for his Nelson Mandela biopic, however Idris Elba missed out on a nod from BAFTA on Wednesday.
The Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom star appeared to have been ignored, and instead Christian Bale, Bruce Dern, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Tom Hanks will battle it out for the gong.
While other British talent including Dame Judi Dench and Chiwetel were recognised, the 41-year-old did not cut it despite rave reviews and his double Golden Globe nomination.
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Snubbed: Idris Elba missed out on a nod from BAFTA on Wednesday for his role in Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom
Snubbed: Idris Elba missed out on a nod from BAFTA on Wednesday for his role in Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom
The Luther actor - for which he is also nominated in the US -won over audiences in the film about the late South African president based on his bestselling autobiography.
    On release, Idris was praised for his accent and moving portrayal of the politician, from his childhood in a tiny, rural village, to his inauguration.
    Fans of the star took to Twitter to share their disappointment, with one suggesting he had been 'robbed'.
    One wrote: 'Stunned that Idris Elba didn't get a Best Actor BAFTA nom, but it's all irrelevant as Chiwetel Ejiofor's already won it.'
    Golden Glove nominee: The Luther actor won over audiences in the film about the late South African president based on his bestselling autobiography
    Golden Glove nominee: The Luther actor won over audiences in the film about the late South African president based on his bestselling autobiography
    While another added: 'Can't believe Idris Elba hasn't been nominated for a Bafta.. Gutted, it's such a good film'.
    There was no sign oanimosity from Idris however, who tweeted to say: 'Congrats to @Oprah and Chiwetel @LupitaNyongo M.fassbender on their @BAFTA nominations. GREAT PERFORMANCE'S Well deserved my friends.'
    Speaking about the Golden Globes, he told E!'s Chelsea Lately this week: 'The problem is there's two tables to sit on: there's a Mandela table and there's a Luther table. So, since I already won at the Luther table, I was going to sit at the Mandela table. But if I don't win that, I'm gonna run back.'
    Adding: 'I've got to think about a speech, because you play someone like Nelson Mandela, you have to say something really important if you win.'
    Fellow Brit: Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave continued its award season success, with Chiwetel Ejiofor (pictured) getting a nod for Best Actor
    Fellow Brit: Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave continued its award season success, with Chiwetel Ejiofor (pictured) getting a nod for Best Actor
    He isn't the only Mandela star to miss out, as his costar Naomie Harris also failed to score a nod, although the movie has been nominated for Outstanding British Film.
    Steve McQueen's 12 Years A Slave continued its award season success by picking up 10 nominations from BAFTA.
    The movie, which is heavily tipped for the Oscars, picked up nominations for McQueen and three of its stars and is in the running to be named best film.
    Chiwetel, who plays a free man kidnapped and sold into slavery in America's deep south, is nominated while co-stars Lupita Nyong'o and Michael Fassbender are nominated for supporting actress and actor respectively.
    He said: 'I continue to be immensely proud of the recognition this film is getting around the world. There is, of course, something particularly special about receiving a Bafta nomination from home.'
    Bookmakers immediately installed him as favourite to win his category with odds of 1-4 and made 12 Years A Slave favourite to be named best film.
    Bookies favourite: Chiwetel's co-stars Lupita Nyong'o and Michael Fassbender are also nominated for supporting actress and actor respectively
    Bookies favourite: Chiwetel's co-stars Lupita Nyong'o and Michael Fassbender are also nominated for supporting actress and actor respectively


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