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From gowns to edgy modern frocks! The female stars of the Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 are determined to slay at every premiere! In New York on Wednesday, Natalie Dormer, Julianne Moore, and Jena Malone unleashed the fierceness in some totally unexpected looks. Related: J.Law Takes Shots On The Red Carpet Natalie was especially badass in her leather [...]
This time last year, three of the four eventual Oscar acting winners — Julianne Moore, J.K. Simmons and Patricia Arquette — had already been told to start writing their acceptance speeches. Presently, there are no sure things, setting up a suspenseful season. An early look at the four acting races....
Brian Selznick's bestselling book "Wonderstruck" is headed to movie screens, and Julianne Moore has signed on to the project, Deadline reports. Selznick's hefty illustrated children's books have earned him an adoring fan following. "Wonderstruck," published in 2011, followed 2007's "The Invention...
Julianne Moore snagged an Oscar nomination for her role as an emotionally smothered housewife in Todd Haynes’ exquisitely sad diorama of mid-20th century domestic life, Far From Heaven. And now Deadline reports that Moore is set to re-team with the director for Wonderstruck, an adaptation of Brian Selznick’s 2011 book. Show More Summary
The story for this movie comes from Brian Selznick's 2011 children's book.
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Over the past few years, we’ve seen a rather delightful trend of idiosyncratic adult filmmakers trying their hand at family films; witness Wes Anderson with Fantastic Mr. Fox, Spike Jonze with Where the Wild Things Are, or Martin Scorsese with Hugo. …Read More
Director Todd Haynes and Julianne Moore have made two great movies together. They first collaborated 20 years ago with Safe, an unnerving drama/horror movie. Years later the director and actress worked together on the deeply beautiful Far From Heaven, but that was the last time the two collaborated. Show More Summary
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EXCLUSIVE: Julianne Moore will reteam with writer/director Todd Haynes in his adaptation of Wonderstruck, the children’s novel by Brian Selznick, author of The Invention of Hugo Cabret. Moore, who won the Oscar for Still Alice, got an Oscar nomination when she worked with Haynes on Far From Heaven. Show More Summary
Post by Michele Zipp. I'd like to think that celebrities are just like us, but then I think of someone like Julianne Moore than cannot imagine her dealing with mishaps like locking herself out of her house or having her credit card declined. Show More Summary
The actress recently opened up about what she's learned from her son and daughter as they transition into their more adult years.
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She certainly knows how to work it for the camera and Julianne Moore makes beauty look effortless on Town & Country magazine’s December/January cover. Sporting a variety of goodies from Dior Haute Couture and Dior Fine Jewelry, the “Boogie...Show More Summary
Even celebrities are addicted to social media! In a recent interview with Town & Country, Julianne Moore revealed she desperately needs an intervention when is comes to her Twitter usage. LOLz! She explained: "It's the one thing I'm addicted to. I follow a lot of comedians and news sites. I never sit quietly anymore." LOVES it. Related: Julianne Launches A [...]
Julianne Moore's Christmas list > your Christmas list. The actress is Town & Country's December cover star, which is the perfect fit, considering her love for art and design. She looks stunning on the cover, but it's what's inside --...Show More Summary
Beyond the unique pairing of Julianne Moore and Kristen Stewart, there was little buzz for the Alzheimer's-themed drama "Still Alice" before its premiere on a busy Monday afternoon at the Toronto International Film Festival last year. For various reasons, the independent film was almost an afterthought...
Julianne Moore is gorgeous in a Dior Haute Couture coat on the cover of Town & Country magazine’s December/January issue. Here’s what the 54-year-old Oscar winner had to share with the mag: On her guilty pleasure: “[Twitter] is the one thing I’m addicted to. I follow a lot of comedians and news sites. I never [...]
Freeheld, the Oscar-bait gay-rights drama in which Julianne Moore and Ellen Page played real life lesbian couple Laurel Hester and Stacie Andree, came and left theaters in October after grossing a little more than $500,000. At last week’s...Show More Summary