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‘Rampage’ trailer and photos

Today, the first official trailer for Naomie’s upcoming movie Rampage was released! The movie also stars Dwayne Johnson, Jake Lacy, Joe Manganiello, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. It’ll be in theaters on April 20, 2018. I’ve added a few stills and promo for the movie to the gallery.


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Naomie Harris at Miu Miu show for Paris Fashion Week 2017

Today, Naomie attended day 8 of Paris Fashion Week for the Womenswear Spring/Summer 2018 show. I’ve added a few pictures from the event to the gallery, and there’s a video of Naomie arriving at the event below.

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Film Independent Spirit Awards

I’ve updated the gallery with many beautiful photos of Naomie (looking lovely as ever) attending the 32nd Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday (Feb 25). Moonlight was nominated for five awards, including Best Director and Best Feature and was named the best of each category. Naomie, along with her co-stars, director Barry Jenkins and casting director Yesi Ramirez was honored with the Robert Altman Award for Best Ensemble. Congratulations to all!

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Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace

I’ve finally added photos of Naomie receiving her OBE during the Investiture Ceremony at Buckingham Palace last Thursday (Feb 23) to the gallery. What an incredible achievement for her, and it’s clear to see how much it means, too.

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Opening of Naomie Harris Online

Welcome to Naomie Harris Online–a new resource for the talented British actress who is nominated for an Academy Award for her amazing performance in the critically acclaimed Moonlight. Although the site is not where I would have liked it to be in terms of completion, I thought that there was no better time than now to officially launch. A big thank you first and foremost to the wonderful Carol of Sin21 for her design work–and also to my wonderful host Hayley for her patience and support.

It took me four years to realize that I needed to create this website.. I originally owned a domain for Naomie back in 2012, then again in 2015, and at long last, I’m so glad to say I did it. Please take a look around, although much of the site content is still in the works, I hope that you’ll find enough to make your visit worthwhile. Feel free to let me know of any comments, suggestions, feedback or any errors you may have whilst browsing the site. Thank you for visiting!

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The Hollywood Reporter’s 5th Annual Nominees Night

Monday was a busy night for Naomie, as she attended the Hollywood Reporter’s 5th Annual Nominees Night shortly after the nominee luncheon hosted by the Academy. Be sure to take a look at the photos by clicking the links below.

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Naomie Harris on Losing Herself in Moonlight

NEW YORK MAGAZINE – In another setting, you could imagine Naomie Harris as the perfect Girl Scout. Teachers doubtless would have said she had a good head on her shoulders. Over lunch in London, she drinks only sparkling water, having been a teetotaler for all of her 40 years. “I’m so Miss Control Freak,” she admits. “I could never imagine being drunk or losing control like that. That’s my worst nightmare.”

This makes her performance in Barry Jenkins’s Moonlight even more extraordinary. Harris plays Paula, the crack-addicted mother of Chiron, a bullied gay boy growing up in Liberty City, Miami.

She shows us Paula both as a woman trying to hold down a job and as someone in the grip of disease, the tendons in her neck straining as she screams at her son. She did plenty of research into crack addiction and worked with an accent coach over Skype. But first she had to let go of “a lot of judgment” about Paula. And to be convinced that this wasn’t going to be another portrayal of a black woman crushed by forces beyond her control.

Harris has always been determined not to fall into stereotyping. Her back catalogue bears this out — she played the survivor of a viral apocalypse in Danny Boyle’s dystopian 28 Days Later, Winnie Mandela in the film adaptation of Long Walk to Freedom, and the wink-wink-nudge-nudge Eve Moneyp­enny to Daniel Craig’s 007 (Harris was the only Money­penny ever to be bestowed the privilege of a first name).

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