With her upcoming horror flick "Carrie" slated to hit theaters this fall, Julianne Moore soaked up the spotlight by covering the Summer 2013 issue of DuJour magazine.
While donning designer duds from Marc Jacobs and PRADA for the Will Davidson-shot spread, the "Crazy, Stupid, Love" beauty opened up about motherhood and reveals what Hollywood's problem with aging really is.
Check out a few highlights from Miss Moore's interview below. For more, be sure to visit DuJour !
On not making aging her main focus:
"I just think that it's boring! I don't say that to you - I say that to everyone. Our fear of aging is really a fear of dying; aging is a physical manifestation of decay, and I think that it what's so upsetting to most people."
On always imaging herself being a mother:
"[It's] something that I always wanted to do. I didn't know if I'd get married - I just didn't innately feel like that was something I could be goal-oriented about - but I knew that I wanted to have children."
On taking more mature roles:
"I do think that there's interesting stuff out there, and it's not anybody's job to find it for me but mine. You're always responsible for trying to figure out what to do with your own career."