Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber Are Loving Their Film Festival World Tour – and the Proof Is on Instagram
Naom Watts and Liev Schreiber, who stepped out at the TIFF premiere of their film The Bleeder, continue celebrating their tour on Insta
The famous couple and costars in The Bleeder were all smiles as they walked the carpet hand-in-hand late Saturday night ahead their film’s premiere there.
The real-life parents of sons Sasha, 8, and Samuel Kai, 7, play husband and wife in The Bleeder, a ’60s-set biopic on the tumultuous life of Chuck Wepner (Schreiber), the famed heavyweight boxer who took on Muhammad Ali. Watts portrays his wife, Linda.
The Toronto premiere comes on the heels of the film’s showing at the Venice Film Festival earlier this week. Both Schreiber and Watts have enjoyed chronicling their festival tour on social media since embarking on their journey last week.
Schreiber kicked off the digital photo journal with a maritime selfie. “We’re on a boat,” he captioned, tagging Watts in the post.
Watts captured the day from a different angle on her own Instagram, showing the lead-up to an unfortunate hat mishap. “The moment before I lost the hat… #posing #servesmeright #finderskeepers @venicefilmfestival #thebleeder,” she wrote.
After reaching dry land, Schreiber shared a photo of the two of them, the famous waterways and stunning Venetian architecture visible outside the window behind them.
The couple also both shared the following photo, showing Watts – in knee-high boots and a black floral patterned dress – looking demurely away from the camera as she sat on a chair. “Ay dios mio…” Scheiber wrote. Watts captioned the same picture on her page, “I mean… these boots?? #prettyplease @tabithasimmons Crazy about the dress too @fendi #dontaskdontget.”
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Another photo showed the busy duo relaxing in the backseat of a car, seemingly after the Venice premiere of The Bleeder.
Watts later bid farewell to Venice with a scenic view of the famous Venice waterways at sunset, captioning the shot, “Sad to leave beautiful #venice.”
After a short trip back across the pond, Watts marked the couple’s arrival at Toronto, posting a picture with Schreiber and Bleeder costars Elisabeth Moss and Philippe Falardeau yesterday.
The cute duo, who have been together for over a decade, are no strangers to collaborating on projects. In the past, they’ve also worked together on films like The Painted Veil and Movie 43.