Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup Reveal They Got Married

After dating for the better part of five years, Naomi Watts and Billy Crudup have tied the knot. Saturday, Watts shared a photo of the two of them outside what appears to be a courthouse donning their Sunday best. With a simple-enough caption, Watts told her millions of followers that she and Crudup were officially “hitched!”

The two first started dating in 2017 having met on the set for Gypsy, a psychological drama for Netflix.

While Watts has been able to avoid superhero cinema, Crudup portrayed appeared as The Flash’s father Henry Allen in Justice League. He was initially going to reprise the role in 2023’s The Flash, but was recast before principal photography began. Instead, Ron Livingston will be stepping into the role.

“This movie is a bit of a hinge in the sense that it presents a story that implies a unified universe where all the cinematic iterations that we’ve seen before are valid,” Flash helmer Andy Muschietti said in a previous interview about the film. “It’s inclusive in the sense that it is saying all that you’ve seen exists, and everything that you will see exists, in the same unified multiverse.”

“What captivated me about the Flash is the human drama in it,” Muschietti previously revealed. “The human feelings and emotions that play in the drama [of it]. It’s going to be fun, too. I can’t promise that there will be any horror [elements in it], really, but it’s a beautiful human story.”

The Flash speeds into theaters on June 16th, promising to reshape the DC Multiverse with the help of familiar faces and brand-new heroes. Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) ventures to the past to change history, resulting in massive repercussions for the future. Forced to team up with another version of Barry, the mysterious Kryptonian known as Supergirl (Sasha Calle), and the iconic Batman (Michael Keaton), the Scarlet Speedster is forced to reckon with his mistakes and save a doomed reality. The Flash is directed by Andy Muschietti, written by Christina Hodson from a story by Joby Harold, and produced by Barbara Muschietti.