Massachusetts-native Nancy Donovan, NBC page Kenneth Parcell, and TGS stars Tracy Jordan and Jenna Maroney will all honor Jack Donaghy during an upcoming special set to air on Spike. Sorry, that’s not right. Julianne Moore, Jack McBrayer,...Show More Summary
Julianne Moore, Tracy Morgan, Kate McKinnon, Jane Krakowski, and Jack McBrayer will be among Alec Baldwin’s friends and co-stars offering comedic tribute on Spike TV’s One Night Only: Alec Baldwin. Additional names will be announcedShow More Summary
Kate McKinnon, Jane Krakowski and Jack McBrayer are also confirmed to present at the black tie event, which will air on the cable network July 9. read more
In Candice Breitz’s video installation, six men and women recount their stories, which are then reinterpreted by Alec Baldwin and Julianne Moore. The post If Hollywood Actors Tell Refugees’ Stories, Will We Finally Listen? appeared first on Hyperallergic.
She explains what it is.
“The HIV/AIDS epidemic is one that can affect anyone, particularly child-bearing women around the globe.”
The clip is narrated by Julianne Moore.
Zoe Saldana and Sia have teamed up to help support the #endHIV Campaign by delivering a powerful music video for the singer's latest single Free Me. The poignant clip begins with Julianne Moore introducing Saldana's character, a pregnant woman who learns that she has HIV and, "if left untreated, will be passed on to the baby [...]
The only thing more beautiful than Sia's new single, "Free Me," is the song's music video. Julianne Moore narrates and Zoe Saldana stars, putting her years of dance training to work as she performs gorgeous choreography from Sia's longtime collaborator, Ryan Heffington. Show More Summary
"Free Me" is a new song by Sia that's meant to raise awareness and money for possible vaccines to help break HIV and end AIDS, and today it's been officially released alongside a music video that stars Zoe Saldana as a pregnant mother that's just found out she has HIV and Julianne Moore as the…
Free Me: Sia, Zoe Saldana and Julianne Moore Join Forces to End HIV Sia, Zoe Saldana and Julianne Moore are joining forces for the new video "Free Me", an unreleased Sia song raising awareness and funds for #endHIV. Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Julianne Moore and her husband Bart Freundlich made a rare public appearance in the Big Apple. The 56-year-old Crazy, Stupid, Love actress and the 47-year-old film director enjoyed a walk together on Friday (June 2) in New York City. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Julianne Moore They looked engaged in conversation as they [...]
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In case you didn’t know – and since you’re probably not an under-informed, virtue-signaling celebrity half-wit, why would you? – June 2 is National Gun Violence Awareness Day. You’re supposed to wear orange to remind people that gun violence exists, and you think that stinks. Show More Summary
Julia Roberts is the next film megastar to do an HBO limited series, following in the footsteps of the Witherspoons, Kidmans, Derns, and, very soon, Amy Adamses, Robert De Niros, Julianne Moores, and Meryl Streeps. The Hollywood Reporter writes...Show More Summary
I brought my daughter Liv to work on December 14, 2012. She was then 11 years old and her school holiday break had already begun. Her older brother Cal was still in school and her Dad was working. I didn’t have a lot to shoot that day, so I thought it would be a great opportunity…...
The Wear Orange campaign has achieved some success going state by state.
Actress Julianne Moore lights the Empire State Building for National Gun Violence Awareness Day and talks about trying to protect her daugher from gun crime. (June 2)
The Oscar-winning actress discusses her work for the gun violence awareness and gun control nonprofit Everytown for National Gun Violence Awareness Day.
Julianne Moore poses at the top of the Empire State Building to honor National Gun Violence Awareness Day on Thursday (June 1) in New York City. The Oscar-winning actress is urging her fans to wear orange on Friday, June 2 to help promote the important day. Julianne became involved with the cause after the horror [...]