Photos of Julianne’s first event for 2016 have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
I have added images of Julianne from the Screen Actor Guild Awards, American Media Magazine Conference and Marie Claire UK scans to the image gallery.
I am almost caught up with events for 2015, in the meantime of me gathering the rest, I’ve added some of them to the gallery.
Sorry for the downtime everyone, I was moving the site to my personal hosting. I will be updating the site something this week with all the premiere photos for Mockingjay Part 2 and some magazine scans so stay tuned!
In a reversal from what many mid-career actresses experience,Julianne Moore landed the lead in the new movie “Freeheld” not despite her age but because of it.
Director Peter Sollett said he was looking for a middle-aged actress to play opposite Ellen Page, 28, in the fact-based film about a lesbian New Jersey couple, Laurel Hester and Stacie Andree, who were at the center of a landmark 2005 LGBT rights case.
And at 49, Moore was the perfect choice to play Hester, a police officer in Ocean City N.J., who received a terminal lung cancer diagnosis and then struggled to pass her pension benefits to Andree. “Julianne and Ellen are [almost] exactly the same age apart as Laurel and Stacie,” he told TheWrap. “Not only was she the right age, she is one of the best actresses of her generation.”
Page and Sollett set out to cast Moore in the role long before the actress won her Oscar for “Still Alice.” And Sollett never once regretted his decision to do so.
“She brings Laurel to life from the inside, and never does she ask the audience to pity her,” the director said of Moore. “She is wise enough and savvy enough to let the context of the film do the heavy lifting for her.”
“Freeheld,” which opened Friday in limited release just four months after the Supreme Court declared gay marriage legal, is based on an Oscar-winning documentary short of the same name by Cynthia Wade.
I have added photos of Julianne from her three outtings last evening to the gallery. She was at Good Morning America, the AOL Build Series and the New York premiere of Freeheld. High quality images have been added to our image gallery.
The Toronto Film Festival is a memory and that is usually when buyers gain the decided leverage on movies that didn’t quite match the pre-festival expectations. Maggie’s Plan was one of those, and Sony Pictures Classics just acquired rights in North America and other key international territories. Written and directed by Rebecca Miller, the film stars Greta Gerwig, Ethan Hawke and Julianne Moore. Gerwig plays a single woman determined to have a child by herself. That’s complicated when she steps into a nervy love triangle with a heart-throb academic (Hawke) and his eccentric critical-theorist wife (Moore). SPC also landed rights to the UK, Australia, New Zealand, CIS, Hungary, Romania, China and other Asian territories. CAA and Cinetic brokered the deal.