All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Julianne Moore’

Trisha Yearwood Cast as Mary in Fox’s Live Musical Event, “The Passion”

Trisha Yearwood has been cast in the role of Mary, mother of Jesus Christ, in the upcoming Fox live musical event, The Passion. The network announced the casting decision on Friday, at the Television Critics Association’s press tour. .@trishayearwood to star in Fox's #Passion musical: https://t.co/2wSFLUrZjD #TCA16 pic.twitter.com/W9hFHJLiHK — Entertainment Weekly (@EW) January 15, 2016 Set in modern times, The …

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Kate Hudson Will Present at Golden Globes With Her ‘Pa,’ Kurt Russell

Kate Hudson will present at the 2016 Golden Globes with the man she calls “Pa,” Kurt Russell. People magazine released a partial list of presenters on Tuesday and fans of the Hawn/Russell/Hudson family must be happy to see that the man the 36-year-old daughter of Goldie Hawn considers her father will present with her. EXCLUSIVE: Kate Hudson and Kurt Russell …

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Julianne Moore Acts Her Ass Off on the Streets of New York City

Julianne Moore, once of the premier actresses of our time, has won an Academy Award, two Golden Globes, a BAFTA, and two SAG Awards, a Primetime Emmy, and a Daytime Emmy. Her acting chops are indisputable. But are they good enough to win the attentions of New Yorkers and tourists eager to snap pictures with Elmo, Spiderman, and the Naked …

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Julianne Moore Tells Stephen Colbert She Is One Tough Redhead

Julianne Moore, while promoting her movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 2, stopped by Stephen Colbert’s show and was subjected to a round of questioning regarding her life as a redhead. Of course, Julianne Moore was a good sport when Colbert said, “You’re like a ginger icon. When you think redhead, you think Julianne Moore.” Total truth. Julianne Moore is one …

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Julianne Moore Taps Celebs for New Campaign to End Gun Violence

Julianne Moore has enlisted dozens upon dozens of celebrities to call for an end to gun violence in the United States. A difficult task for sure, but Moore and company says there are some common sense steps we can take to help prevent gun deaths, which are expected to take over traffic deaths in America. “This year it’s expected that …

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Julianne Moore Returns to Roots as Soap Opera Star

Julianne Moore got her start in soap operas. She played both Frannie Hughes and her evil twin (because doesn’t every soap character have an evil twin?) on As the World Turns. On Monday night, Moore and John Stamos created their own soap opera of sorts on the Late Late Show With James Corden. The show’s host took part, too, channeling …

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Jennifer Garner: ‘Danny Collins’ Press Tour Includes Visit With Jimmy Fallon

Jennifer Garner has had a very busy week. As part of her Danny Collins press tour she visited Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, and even gave him a friendly warning about children–and a hint at what he can look forward to as the father of two girls. Jimmy Fallon is dad to daughters Winnie and Frances, and Jennifer Garner …

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Julianne Moore Loves Women, But Stop Saying She Only Plays Lesbians

Julianne Moore doesn’t like being pigeon-holed. She thinks there are some misconceptions out there about who she is and the kinds of roles she plays. She’d like to set the recored straight. “Some people say, ‘You play happy people,’ and I’m like, ‘No.’ Or ‘You play people who have affairs,’ and I’m like, ‘No.’ Or ‘You play lesbians,’ and I’m …

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Best Actor Oscar 2015 Went to Eddie Redmayne, Complete List of Oscar Winners

Best Actor Oscar 2015 went to Eddie Redmayne for his performance in The Theory of Everything Sunday at the 87th Annual Academy Awards, which aired live from the Dolby Theatre before the afterparties began! Here is the complete list of Oscar winners. Best Picture: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Performance by an actress in a leading role: Julianne …

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Julianne Moore: ‘Still Alice’ Star Walks Red Carpet With Family

Julianne Moore, star of the newly released film Still Alice, walked the red carpet at an event in her honor at the Museum of the Moving Image, flanked by her husband and children. Moore plays a professor in the new film–one who is losing her memory to early Alzheimer’s. Julianne Moore lost nothing during this event, however, instead gaining the …

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Julianne Moore: ‘Still Alice’ and ‘Maps to the Stars’ Golden Globe Nomations

Julianne Moore received not one, but two nominations when the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their list of Golden Globe contenders this past week. She was nominated for Best Actress in a Drama for her role as a professor living with early-onset Alzheimer’s in Still Alice. For her role in Maps to the Stars–a ‘Hollywood satire about a dysfunctional showbiz …

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Julianne Moore Dishes On Her Penchant For Taking On Emotionally Challenging Roles

Julianne Moore’s latest role Still Alice, which follows the heartbreaking story of a successful Columbia University suffering through the horrors of early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease, is already creating Oscar buzz, with many predicting she’s not only a shoo-in for a nomination, but could very walk off with the coveted prize. In an interview with Los Angeles Times, the 54-year-old actress said …

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Julianne Moore Talks New Film Role

Julianne Moore is a successful actress who has appeared in a number of big name films. In spite of her accomplishments, she prefers to appear in small films. She recently talked about her role in Maps To The Stars and said that she was really excited about the role because of how the director approached the story and film. “For …

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Julianne Moore: “Hunger Games” Role Is “Meaningful”

Julianne Moore spoke recently about her decision to pursue a role in the Hunger Games franchise, saying the books meant so much to her children that she immediately felt drawn to the films. Moore plays Alma Coin, president of District 13, in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, and says that having a role in the movies is important to her kids. …

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Ellen Page Drama Denied Film Location Over Gay Story

Ellen Page and Julianne Moore are starring in a film called Freeheld, which is about a lesbian couple who are fighting for domestic partner benefits when one of them gets terminal lung cancer. Ellen Page and the rest of the crew had permission to film a pivotal scene at Salesian High School in New Rochelle, N.Y., but when the subject …

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Julianne Moore To Be Honored In January

Julianne Moore is set to be honored by the Museum of the Moving Image for her contributions to film, television, and theater. She will be honored during the museum’s 29th annual Salute on January 20, 2015 at 583 Park Ave. in New York City . The announcement was made on Wednesday, October 15 by co-chairmen of the Museum’s Board of …

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Kristen Stewart Wants Demi Moore to Play Her Mom in a Movie

Kristen Stewart allegedly wants Demi Moore to play her mom in a future movie, according to Radar Online. A source revealed that Stewart thinks an onscreen mother-daughter pairing would “help both their careers and somewhat depressing public images.” Both actors have went through very public breakups in the last few years. Moore’s eight-year marriage to Ashton Kutcher ended in November …

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Mick Jagger Sings at L’Wren Scott Memorial

Mick Jagger honored his longtime love, L’Wren Scott, by singing a version of Bob Dylan’s Just Like a Woman at a memorial service for the fashion designer Friday. The memorial service took place at St Bartholomew’s Church in Manhattan, New York, and featured a slew of celebrities and other notables. “The most touching moment was when Mick sang the Bob …

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Julianne Moore Lauds Ellen Page’s Coming Out Speech, Will Play Her Lover

Julianne Moore calls Ellen Page’s coming out speech at an LGBT youth conference in Las Vegas “wonderful,” and will soon appear on the big screen with the young actress, playing her lesbian lover. The two will costar in Freeheld, the true story of a New Jersey police detective who was unable to assign her pension benefits to her partner after …

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Julianne Moore Celebrates Ellen Page Coming Out, Will Play Her Lover In Upcoming Film

Ellen Page made a brave decision when finally deciding to reveal to the world that she is gay. Julianne Moore, her future co-star, has praised her for the action that she made, and is excited to present their new film. Page made her big speech during the Human Right Campaign’s “Time to THRIVE” event at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in …

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Julianne Moore Talks “Carrie” Remake, Bullying

Actress Julianne Moore discussed filming the 2013 remake of “Carrie,” the iconic 1976 Brian De Palma film of the same name, and addressed how modern bullying didn’t much alter the tone of the movie. “Carrie” is adapted from Stephen King’s 1974 novel, and relates three months in the life of bullied, telekinetic high school senior Carrie White (played by Chloë …

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Julianne Moore Talks Alternative Medicine, Workouts

Julianne Moore is the most recent covergirl for Health Magazine, and the 52-year old actress looks as beautiful and fit as always. But, she says, it doesn’t come easily. Moore talked about her workout style with the mag as well as some remedies for pain that aren’t for everyone. “I try to do Ashtanga yoga two to three times a …

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Julianne Moore Signs On For Coach CEO’s New Label

Julianne Moore is now the face of Reed Krakoff’s new fashion line, and is appearing in print ads the designer shot himself. Krakoff, who announced earlier this year that he’ll be resigning from his position as president and CEO of Coach to focus on his own label, said he personally chose Moore to appear in the ads. “I have admired …

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Julianne Moore to Join Carrie Remake

For a lot of horror-obsessed individuals out there, director Kimberly Peirce’s upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “Carrie” isn’t a cause for celebration. The original film, spearheaded by filmmaker Brian De Palma, is considered by many genre fanatics to be a timeless classic, and any modern interpretations of the book is hardcore blasphemy. Although I love the film as much …

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Game Change, Sarah Palin Campaign Biopic Receives Rave Reviews

If you pay for HBO, then you were able to take in one of the most controversial movies released so far in 2012 – “Game Change“. The movie starring Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin looks back to 2008, during the greatest media zeitgeist we’ve seen in terms of presidential campaigns. One of its most important characters is featured in the …

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