The film isn’t for everyone, I’ll say that. But Cronenberg captures the desperation of Hollywood perfectly and for that, it deserves a look.
Of the four speeches from last nights Academy Awards acting categories, J.K. Simmons was my favorite. We’d heard him say some of the same things back when he won his SAG Award but the whole ‘call your parents’ moment really got me. Did I call my parents? No, but that’s because I’m a jackass. But it was still a lovely moment. Eddie Redmayne‘s was fun as well. That moment when he jumped up and down was really nice. Patricia Arquette and Julianne Moore are just two wonderful human beings, aren’t they? Besides being terrific actresses, they are smart and caring ... Read more
Moore talks about shooting Still Alice, research of Alzheimer's patients and how she didn't expect that the film would come together on such a small budget.
The Still Alice actress also talks about the research she did for her Oscar Nominated role.
Here are a handful of videos from last night’s SAG Awards press room where the winners have just been awarded their Actor statue and are ushered backstage to a flurry or reporters vying to get their questions answered. You can tell most are still a bit dazed that they won so watching these videos is always fun. Check out Julianne Moore, Uza Aduba, William H. Macy, the casts of Downtown Abbey and Birdman, Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne and Viola Davis below! And don’t miss all of the awards speeches! Julianne Moore, Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A ... Read more
The SAG Awards always have some of my favorite speeches from any of the awards shows and last night’s was no exception. The best speeches of the night, in my opinion, were from JK Simmons, Viola Davis and Julianne Moore, hands down. All three were funny, heartfelt and most of all, praising of the actors, from big to small, who helped in their win. That doesn’t take away from the other speeches, the above three just made me appreciate their win even more. Which was your favorite? Check out all of the acceptance speeches below! JK Simmons, Outstanding Performance By ... Read more
Any moviegoer can tell you that a bad accent can ruin a film. So Brit Sally Hawkins was determined to get her American accent perfect in Woody Allen’s new movie, Blue Jasmine. “I had a very clever accent coach, Carla Meyer, who has worked with Cate [Blanchett] before,” she said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. “I wanted to work as hard as I could, because there’s nothing worse than watching a film and worrying about an actor’s accent. I [watched] greats like Julianne Moore, because she’s a wonderful actress and also her accent is a good neutral ... Read more
Four-time Oscar nominee Julianne Moore has had her share of difficult moments in her career. But she’s taken those opportunities and learned from them—even her days working on soaps.
In Theaters: October 18th
Onata Aprile gives an incredible performance as Maisie.
Julianne Moore has proven to be a better Sarah Palin than the politician herself. Moore has received an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of the potential VP in HBO’s Game Change. It was an impersonation Moore worked hard on.
"I really, genuinely like working. I like acting. It's interesting to me"
5 clips from Paul Weitz's, Being Flynn.
Julianne Moore most recently starred opposite Steve Carell in Glenn Ficarra and John Requa’s hit comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love; and will soon be seen starring as Gov. Sarah Palin in Jay Roach’s telefilm Game Change, based on the bestselling book by John Heileman and Mark Halperin.
"Steve is somebody I responded to right away,” she recalled about the early stages of production. “You’re always looking for nuances in each other and always mining that connection, really.”
Here are 8 clips from the film that opens this Friday.
Director: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa Cast: Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, John Carroll Lynch, Marisa Tomei, Kevin Bacon