Julianne Moore is a force to be reckoned with. With five Academy Award nominations to her name, including a Best Actress win for her unforgettable portrayal of a woman struggling with Alzheimer’s in Still Alice, Moore is one of Hollywood’s most acclaimed and respected actors. Not one to rest on her laurels, Moore’s output is virtuosic by any standard. In 2018 alone, she played starring roles in Gloria Bell—a remake of the 2013 Chilean film directed by Sebastián Lelio—and Bel Canto, and she has two features in store for 2019.
While we have seen Julianne play more than 70 different characters on screen, in person, she looks incredibly, refreshingly like herself. Warm, cheerful, bright, thoughtful, and yes—gorgeous. Even when not on set filming, her schedule is back to back.
Taking a mini-break before a trip Uptown to be fitted for brown contact lenses (she is starring in Julie Taymor’s adaptation of Gloria Steinem’s memoir My Life on the Road), she stops to share a breakfast at one of her favored West Village haunts. Over a meal of berries with whipped cream and eggs Florentine, she discusses being Gloria Bell, the impact of #MeToo, and her hopes for the future.
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