Julianne Moore does some solo shopping as she steps out on Wednesday morning (January 10) in New York City. The 57-year-old Oscar-winning actress kept a low profile in a black beanie, sunglasses, and a black winter coat as she stepped out for the day. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Julianne Moore Julianne recently [...]
One of the hottest developing projects in Hollywood was the David O. Russell-produced TV series with no title that had been snatched up with a two-season, 16-episode commitment from Amazon. Julianne Moore, Robert De Niro, and Michael Shannon were set to star, but with The Weinstein Company attached as a ... More »
Sean Astin is set to join Julianne Moore in Gloria, an adaptation of the Chilean film of the same name. He joins previously announced cast members Michael Cera, John Turturro, and Jeanne Tripplehorn. The original film, which was theShow More Summary
Plus Kirsten Dunst, Julianne Moore, Rumer Willis, and Demi Moore.
That's the second redhead-centric bash this week. Hooray for the gingers!
The actress was honored at MoMA last night, and people had some interesting things to say.
This is how you pull out all the stops! Kristen Stewart, Julianne Moore, and Elizabeth Banks were ready to serve their fierce looks at the Museum of Modern Art's Chanel Film Benefit tribute to the Still Alice actress! On Monday night, two of the three actresses chose to be clad in the Parisian designer, but with very [...]
Kristen Stewart looked cute in a crop top at the 2017 Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit: A Tribute to Julianne Moore! The 27-year-old Personal Shopper actress paired the white top with black and white patterned pants and a matching jacket at the event held at the Museum of Modern Art on Monday (November 13) [...]
Julianne Moore does not want her friend George Clooney to be President. The ‘Suburbicon’ star is not a fan of entertainment figures entering politics. She said: “I can’t bear the thought of President Clooney. PHOTOS: George Clooney Will Put Career Aside To ‘Keep Amal Happy’ “‘I can’t bear it, this idea of relating leaders with Read More
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Pro-abortion feminist Gloria Steinem soon will be honored with a movie about her life. The now 83-year-old Steinem has advocated for the legalized killing of unborn babies throughout most of her life, and her abortion advocacy has earned her icon status among many feminists. Stars at 60 reports Julianne Moore is slated to play Steinem […]
Plus, a bonfire society will burn an effigy of Harvey Weinstein, Julianne Moore will play Gloria Steinem, and Tyrese Gibson is not a fan of The Rock. [ more › ]
By Max Covill Julianne Moore ready to take on the role of a feminist icon. The article Julianne Moore Cast As Gloria Steinem in ‘My Life On The Road’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Gimme, gimme Moore / Gimme, Moore! Now that Suburbicon is out of the way, Julianne Moore is moving on to a Gloria Steinem biopic. Moore is set to star as the feminist activist in a movie directed by Julie Taymor, according to Deadline. Playwright Sarah Ruhl (In the Next Room ... More »
More than 300 women have reportedly accused the director of harassment or abuse, including Julianne Moore, Selma Blair and Rachel McAdams.
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Julianne Moore made an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday evening (October 26) and recalled playing politician Sarah Palin in Game Change during 2012, “a calm and simpler time,” according to host Stephen. “It seems adorable, right? It seems absolutely adorable because that was just a near mist,” the 56-year-old actress [...]
George Clooney’s mid-century dystopia, starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore, and Richard Linklater’s ode to military comradeship.