Archive for the 'Interviews' Category

Julianne Moore at the Ellen DeGeneres Show

September 24, 2021   No Comment   Interviews, Talk Shows

Julianne Moore visits Ellen to talk about Dear Evan Hansen and moving into a new neighborhood. Videos > Ellen DeGeneres Show (2021) You can also watch Chloe Fineman doing a Julianne Moore impression…in front of Julianne Moore. (She appears at around 3:25)

(Videos) Jimmy Kimmel Live

September 23, 2021   No Comment   Appearances, Interviews, Videos

Julianne Moore talks about the pair of underwear Jimmy gave her for her Oscar, being in New York during the massive flooding from Hurricane Ida, her iPhone’s crazy name, doing a Time Life commercial for paranormal books, going to a Knicks game and guys behind her spitting on Trae Young, sitting next to her friend […]

The Kelly Clarkson Show

September 17, 2021   No Comment   Interviews, Videos

Sometimes the awkward and difficult conversations are the key to having a deep and meaningful relationship. Stars of “Dear Evan Hansen Movie” Ben Platt, Julianne Moore, Amy Adams and Danny Pino talk with Kelly about their time filming the upcoming Universal picture and how much they learned about themselves and the way they connect with […]

Julianne Moore and Ben Platt talk about new film ‘Dear Evan Hansen’

September 14, 2021   No Comment   Interviews, Videos

The Tony-winning Broadway hit “Dear Evan Hansen” is now a feature film, and stars Julianne Moore and Ben Platt join TODAY live to talk about it. “I got the opportunity to shepherd the character all the way to the finish line,” says Platt, who played the title role on stage. Platt also talks about attending […]

What Julianne Moore Did Next

August 18, 2021   No Comment   Articles, Interviews, Photoshoots

The Oscar-winning actor talks socially distanced singing, weathering the pandemic and her irrepressible need for new challenges. Over her 30-plus-year career, Julianne Moore has created so many indelible characters in so many notable films, small and large, that they’re nearly impossible to count, let alone list. She’s given pathos to period housewives stuck in the […]

Julianne Moore and Grace Coddington examine the universal human desire to have our stories heard

According to Julianne Moore’s Wikipedia page, the Oscar-winning actor is known for her portrayals of “emotionally troubled women,” which is a pretty verbose way to say “women” or simply “humans.” It’s true that Moore’s most memorable films have found her playing, as the page continues, the “unhappy mid-20th-century housewife,” including The End of the Affair (1999), Far From Heaven (2002), The […]