Naomi Watts recently had a near-death experience while shooting for her upcoming movie The Impossible when a stunt went wrong. The Impossible, directed by JA Bayona, is a film based on the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004 that killed around 300,000 people. The 44-year-old British-Australian actress was filming a sequence for which the scene demanded that waves from the Indian ocean sweep off the coast of Thailand. This is when the deadly mishap took place, due to a certain technical failure and left the mother of two breathless for some moments under water.
Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor play a Spanish couple with three small boys who visit Thailand to spend their Christmas holiday and get caught in the Tsunami in the haunting movie based on real life characters and incidents.
The beautiful actress who once charmed King Kong also met Maria, whose experiences and life she relives in the movie to understand her instincts and emotions. Naomi, mother of two sons with partner Liev Schreiber, took her kids to Spain and South East Asia so that they could be with her throughout the entire shoot of The Impossible.
After the release of The Impossible, Naomi will get busy with the post production of the much talked about biopic Diana, where she plays Princess Diana.