May 22, 2019 0
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The wonderful Julianne Moore visited Quotidien this monday evening to present her latest movie: Gloria Bell. A movie about accepting yourself, independence, love and above all personal growth. Which may take just a little bit more of time than we thought. Julianne Moore est Gloria Bell and she talked to us about her movie on the stage of Quotidien.

May 22, 2019 0
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Thanks to my friend Sara we were able to find a digital copy for the Gala Croisette #2 magazine featuring Julianne. Take a look in the gallery and enjoy the scans.



May 20, 2019 0
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Several magazines of Julianne Moore from all over the world and different years have been added to the gallery. Take a look and enjoy!



May 19, 2019 0
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The gallery has been updated with a few HQ photos of Julianne Moore at the dinner hosted by Madame Figaro & Louis Vuitton at Cannes Festival. Take a look and enjoy!



May 19, 2019 0
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One of Julianne Moore’s first thoughts after signing on to the Valentino-adorned short film “The Staggering Girl” was wardrobe.

She had visions of wearing green, lavender and red haute couture as the star of the short film produced by the French fashion house.

“And I got there and they’re like, ‘These are, this is your wardrobe.’ And I was the only one in the movie without any color. Because that was kind of, that was the story we were telling. I was like, ‘What? What? I came all this way and I don’t get to wear lavender?'”

Moore, who plays Italian American writer Francesca in the 37-minute film, told reporters she’s always been interested in “the fact that we feel compelled as human beings to decorate our bodies and our surroundings.”

And her theory?

“It’s like this idea that we’ve chosen this because it pleases us, or we’re trying to say something consciously or unconsciously,” said the 58-year-old Moore.

Her fascination goes way back, to a particular purchase when she was a 17-year-old living with her family on a U.S. Army base in Germany. She saved up her money for a dress to wear to a dance, but her mother told her no black.

“She said it was too sophisticated for a young girl, so I took my money, I took my 80 marks, and I bought a black dress,” Moore smiled. “And I said to my mom, ‘You can’t say anything about it because it’s my own money.’ It was terrible. And of course as a mother of a 17-year-old now I think like, ‘Oh I can’t believe that I did that,’ but it was a really exhilarating moment for me.”

The film’s director, Luca Guadagnino, collaborated on the film with Valentino designer Pierpaolo Piccioli. It’s based on a screenplay by Michael Mitnick.

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