Naomi Watts still too upset to watch ex-beau Ledger’s final filmJune 15th, 2010 - 2:03 pm ICT by ANI
London, June 15 (ANI): Actress Naomi Watts has confessed that watching ex-beau Heath Ledger’s final movie “The Imaginarium Of Dr. Parnassus” would be upsetting.
The Brit-born star, who is currently dating Liev Schreiber, was in a two-year relationship with the late Aussie actor after the pair met on the set of 2003 movie Ned Kelly.
They split and remained friends until Ledger’s untimely death in 2008.
“I’ve always loved Terry Gilliam’s films. And Heath was an unbelievably brilliant talent. I’m sure he’s wonderful to watch. But yeah, it’s kind of … confronting,” The Daily Star quoted Watts, as telling Marie Claire mag.
The film released last year - but Watts admits she still hasn’t watched it. (ANI)
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