Stepping out to show off their latest work, Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor attended a special screening of their new film ”The Impossible” in New York on Wednesday evening (December 12).
Elegant in a cream-colored strapless dress with black trim, the blonde beauty posed alongside her co-star at the Museum of Art and Design before going inside to enjoy the event.
In the film based on the 2004 Asian tsunami, a family is caught with tens of thousands of strangers in the mayhem of one of the worst natural catastrophes of our time.
During filming, Naomi did a bit of unintentional method acting. She explains, "When we were shooting in the tank, we really weren't acting. We were anchored in these chairs as the wave machine broke over us. There was a moment when I came up for air but couldn't get out of the chair. I was already out of breath and the chair took me under again." The Juan Antonio Bayona-directed film hits theaters on December 21st.