With such impressive career longevity, Julianne Moore has certainly seen her fair share of life circumstances while working in Tinseltown over the past three decades.
The 55-year-old “Boogie Nights” babe is featured on the front page of the March 2016 issue of Marie Claire UK magazine, and it turns out she played a significant role in helping her “Freeheld” costar Ellen Page cope with coming out back in 2014.
Jennifer Lawrence and her co-stars knocked back whiskey shots on the red carpet during the New York City premiere of the final Hunger Games movie.
The castmates have been travelling the world promoting "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2," and on Wednesday night (November 18), they screened the final installment in the franchise in the Big Apple.
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 Nights” star discusses getting completely wrapped up in each and every role she’s taken- “I love that part of the job. I love it every single time. The specifics of being a Jersey cop versus a New York cop, like where you have your badge, where you have your gun, what you might do with your hair. And being a female cop, and what that means in those environments. All these things that signify who you are.”
It’s no secret that her lyrics are chock full of drama, and Taylor Swift's hit songs became the script for “The Bold and the Lyrical” on “The Late Late Show” last night (October 6).
James Corden began facing off against Julianne Moore in a lover’s quarrel that saw Corden blurt out, “Look, we’re young and we’re reckless,” before Moore fired back, “I knew you were trouble when you walked in!”
They really enjoyed working together on the forthcoming film “Freeheld,” and Julianne Moore says Ellen Page helped her to understand the plight of the homosexual community.
In the October 2015 issue of Out magazine, the “Boogie Nights” babe explained, “Ellen had so recently come out, and this is going to sound silly, and hopefully not hurtful, but I don’t think I was aware of how painful it is to be closeted.”
With the critical acclaim she received for “Still Alice,” Julianne Moore has proven that she’s just as relevant today as she was at the beginning of her long and distinguished Tinseltown tenure.
The “Boogie Nights” star is featured on the front of the April 2015 issue of Harper's Bazaar, and inside she offers insight into her career- "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 like, 'No!' I've made 50-something movies, so there's a lot of different people. I like really human stories."