In chatting with Julianne Moore for her (now Oscar-winning) turn in the drama "Still Alice" a little while ago, I’d asked what it was like to star in that film so close to the Hollywood satire “Maps to the Stars.” The two pieces, after all, are about as tonally different as...
There's nothing Julianne Moore will shy away from! The Academy Award-winner even embraced her darker side at the Canadian Screen Awards in Toronto on Sunday! But considering her fave color is black, she always does! [ Related: Julianne Moore Glows At The Oscars ] What we really mean to say is that Julianne was all about unleashing her inner [...]
In the wake of awards season, the specialty arena is revving up with a diverse and numerous slate. Focus World’s Maps To The Stars by David Cronenberg features its own bevy of named talent. Oscar winner Julianne Moore, John Cusack, Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson star in the Hollywood-set drama. Show More Summary
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include RuPaul's Drag Race, Once Upon a Time, Jack Andraka, Kelly Clarkson, and Julianne Moore's new film, Maps to the Stars. read more
A tricky scene that takes place in a bathroom didn't scare Julianne Moore away from accepting a leading role in "Maps To The Stars," but the same can't be said for others. In a conversation with HuffPost Live on Thursday, the film'sShow More Summary
Julianne Moore finds her Zen... for now. We will all agree, after watching David Cronenberg’s Maps to the Stars, that Julianne Moore is the best. Yes, we already hold this truth to be self-evident (and her brand-new best actress Oscar for Still Alice only bolsters this known fact), but it’s always delightful to see her in action. Show More Summary
"What color is your Oscar?!"
Julianne Moore keeps it super low key while out running daily errands on Thursday afternoon (February 26) in New York City. That same day, the 54-year-old Oscar winner entered the biggest Internet debate in recent memory – What Color is This Dress? PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Julianne Moore Julianne says the dress [...]
Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette, Felicity Jones and Michael Keaton all mingled at the Academy's official post-Oscars party.
Rosamund Pike may have lost the Oscar to Julianne Moore this year, but she’s still reaping the benefits of her star-making turn in Gone Girl. Her latest new project is James Mangold‘s The Deep Blue Good-by, which teams her with Christian Bale. Show More Summary
Julianne Moore and Ethan Hawke are all smiles while shooting a scene for their upcoming movie Maggie’s Plan at an ice rink on Tuesday (February 24) in New York City. The two actors were back to work after attending the Oscars on Sunday night, where Julianne picked up the award for Best Actress and Ethan [...]
The Canadian filmmaker's latest, featuring newly minted Oscar winner Julianne Moore, is a daring, imperfect film
Photo via Wikimedia Commons Julianne Moore’s Best Actress win at this year’s Academy Awards, for her role as a 50 year-old woman diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in Still Alice, brought the neuro degenerative disease into the spotlight once...Show More Summary
BBC Front Row's interview with Julianne Moore included a description of how she prepared for her role as Alice: Listen here
It was Julianne Moore’s night to shine during the Oscars, and shine she did, not only because she won the award for Best Actress, but because of her fabulous gown. Moore wore a custom made design by Karl Lagerfeld. The creative director...Show More Summary
Congress tried to take the Keystone decision out of Obama's hands. Obama said no -- probably because Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin told him to.
Julianne Moore hits the skating rink with Ethan Hawke and Maya Rudolph to film Maggie’s Plan on Tuesday (February 24) in New York City. The 54-year-old actress is already back to filming after a busy weekend attending the 2015 Oscars and pre-show events! Julianne won the Best Actress award for her work in Still Alice! [...]
An actor receiving double Oscar nominations in one year is definitely a rare occurrence, but it has probably happened more than you think. Even Julianne Moore, who is a nominee this year for "Still Alice," has been nominated twice within the same ceremony for two separate performances. Show More Summary
Do you think of popular films and TV shows as tools for educating the public? I generally don’t. In fact, for more than six years I wrote a column called The Unreal World demonstrating just that failing. An executive producer at a major...Show More Summary
More evidence that Oscar got it right.