Watts Love Got to Do With It
Since making her stunning debut in "Mulholland Drive," Oscar nominee Naomi Watts has become one of Hollywood's fastest-rising stars. We caught up with the incandescent beauty as she opened up about infidelity and marriage -- in her new movie and in her own life.
"A lot of people have had to deal with infidelity," Naomi told us. "Therefore it's a subject worth confronting."
And confront it she does, in the intense new drama, "We Don't Live Here Anymore," in which Watts plays a married woman who cheats on her husband, played by "Six Feet Under's" Peter Krause. And while the film explores the tension over commitment and desire, Naomi insisted she's all for marriage: "I believe in commitment and I believe in love and the two go together."
Despite ending a two-year, on-again, off-again relationship
with fellow Aussie Heath Ledger, Naomi said she's still hoping
to find "the one." "My view on marriage is the
same as it was before and it will be the same, so let's see
what happens," she laughed.
And while she revealed that, "I'm not one of those girls
who is desperate to have ‘that day,'" Watts is optimistic
that day will come. "I've watched a lot of my friends go
through a divorce, I've watched my family, it's happened to
them, so you can become cynical," she admitted. "But
commitment and love are two things I'm certainly striving for."