Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Will Smith puts on a passionate display with Naomie Harris as they film a romantic scene for upcoming drama Collateral Beauty

Sealed with a kiss! Will Smith puts on a passionate display with Naomie Harris as they film a romantic scene for upcoming drama Collateral Beauty

His upcoming film follows the main character after he suffers a deep, personal tragedy.
However, that certainly wasn't reflected in the blissful scenes filmed in New York City on Wednesday with Will Smith and co-star Naomie Harris.
The duo put on a romantic display as they were seen walking hand-in-hand through Central Park before stopping to share a passionate kiss.
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Passionate: Will Smith was spotted sharing a kiss with co-star Naomie Harris as they filmed a romantic scene on the New York City set of upcoming drama Collateral Beauty on Wednesday 
Passionate: Will Smith was spotted sharing a kiss with co-star Naomie Harris as they filmed a romantic scene on the New York City set of upcoming drama Collateral Beauty on Wednesday 
Naomie, who looked to be wearing a prosthetic baby bump, dressed in a figure-hugging, blue and red striped dress.
The form-fitting number fell to just above her knees, and it was coupled with a coordinating, navy blue trench.
Her look was accessorized with a stylish, tan leather tote bag, as well as a pair of heeled, grey suede ankle booties.
Her long, brunette tresses were worn in a center part, and styled in big, bold curls that cascaded over her shoulders. 
Doting: The duo looked blissful in the scene, though Will's character in the movie is described as 'a New York advertising exec who experiences a deep personal tragedy'
Doting: The duo looked blissful in the scene, though Will's character in the movie is described as 'a New York advertising exec who experiences a deep personal tragedy'
Chic: Naomie looked gorgeous in the scene, sporting a figure-hugging, navy blue and red striped mini dress with a coordinating blue trench
Chic: Naomie looked gorgeous in the scene, sporting a figure-hugging, navy blue and red striped mini dress with a coordinating blue trench
She showed off a smile while walking with co-star Will through the park before the two were spotted kissing.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air alum looked sharp in a maroon, collared shirt which he sported with a grey, zip-up sweatshirt.
Those were coupled with a pair of fitted, white jeans and the look was finished off with grey and white sneakers.
In the movie Will is playing New York advertising exec Howard Inlet, who experiences a deep, personal tragedy. 
Doting: The pair looked to be in good spirits as they showed off smiles while walking hand-in-hand through the park
Doting: The pair looked to be in good spirits as they showed off smiles while walking hand-in-hand through the park
Chin up: The movie follows Will's character as his colleagues devise a plan to break him out of his depression, which ends up working, but not in a way that anyone imagined
Chin up: The movie follows Will's character as his colleagues devise a plan to break him out of his depression, which ends up working, but not in a way that anyone imagined
His colleagues devise a unique plan to break him out of his depression, which ends up working, but not in a way that anyone imagined.
It is a star-studded cast, with Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Kate Winslet, Edward Norton, and Michael Peña also starring. 
And Keira, Helen, and Jacob Latimore were spotted on set on Wednesday as well, standing together on a bridge in Central Park.
Putting his best foot forward: Will looked suave for the scenes, sporting a maroon, collared shirt underneath a grey zip-up hoodie, which was coupled with white jeans and white and grey sneakers
Putting his best foot forward: Will looked suave for the scenes, sporting a maroon, collared shirt underneath a grey zip-up hoodie, which was coupled with white jeans and white and grey sneakers



In good company: (L to R) Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren, and Jacob Latimore were also spotted on set in Central Park on Wednesday
In good company: (L to R) Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren, and Jacob Latimore were also spotted on set in Central Park on Wednesday
Keira looked radiant in a cozy purple sweater, worn underneath a thick, white jacket that fell to her mid-thigh.
She tucked her hands into the pocket of her fuzzy coat, and also donned a flowing, yellow floral patterned skirt.
Helen sported a long, navy blue dress, which was paired with a stylish, brown leather jacket and boots.

Keira Knightley films Collateral Beauty in colourful ensemble

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Star-studded: The Allan Loeb-directed picture also features Kate Winslet, Edward Norton, and Michael Peña, and hits theaters December 2016
Star-studded: The Allan Loeb-directed picture also features Kate Winslet, Edward Norton, and Michael Peña, and hits theaters December 2016
Her shoulder-length hair was styled in curls, and she showed off a big smile as she looked into the distance from her place on the bridge.
Jacob bundled up with an olive green bomber jacket, which was coupled with a pair of dark wash jeans and heavy, black boots.
Collateral Beauty - directed by Allan Loeb - hits theaters December 2016.


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Tuesday, 5 April 2016

World premiere of Susanna White’s Our Kind Of Traitor starring Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris at San Francisco International Film Festival 2016

San Francisco International Film Festival unveils 2016 line-up

World premieres of Susanna White’s Our Kind Of Traitor starring Ewan McGregor, Naomie Harris and Damian Lewis and Escapes by Michael Almereyda will screen at the 59th edition of the festival, set to run from April 21-May 5.
Organisers at the San Francisco Film Society (SFFS) announced on Tuesday the complete line-up and said that from April 20, members will be able to stream select films and Filmmakers360-supported projects on the SFFS website and app via the Online Screening Room.
Festival selections include the Coen Brothers’Blood Simple, Jason Bateman’s The Family FangMaggie’s Plan, and the documentaryWeiner, about disgraced congressman Anthony Weiner’s comeback run for the mayor of New York.
This year’s Irving M. Levin Directing Award will be presented to Mira Nair, who will participate in an on-stage discussion followed by a first look at footage from her upcoming film Queen Of Katwe starring Lupita Nyong’o and David Oyelowo, and a screening of Monsoon Wedding.
Pulitzer-winning film and cultural critic Wesley Morris will address the subject of race in this year’s State of Cinema Address in an analysis of the “secret radicalisation” of Sidney Poitier. 
A Spotlight on Animation presents eight programmes of features and shorts and will see Aardman Animations co-founder and creative director Peter Lord receive the Golden Gate Persistence of Vision Award on May 1 on the occasion of the company’s 40th anniversary.
The Live & Onstage section includes the world premiere on May 2 of a new score to Carl Theodore Dryer’s classic horror film, Vampyr, by Mercury Rev and Simon Raymonde of The Cocteau Twins.
As previously announced, Love & Friendshipand The Bandit bookend the festival and Indignation is the Centrepiece screening.
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