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Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore Board Todd Haynes’ ‘May December’

June 13, 2021   No Comment   News & Announcements

Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore are reteaming to star in Todd Haynes’ May December. The family drama, to be shopped to international buyers at Cannes by Rocket Science, will see Moore and Haynes reunite for the sixth time after collaborations that include Far From Heaven. Haynes will helm May December based on a screenplay by Samy Burch. The film begins 20 years after […]

Julianne Moore & Kaitlyn Dever to Play Mother & Daughter in Benefit Reading of Good As New

July 5, 2020   No Comment   News & Announcements

MCC Theater has announced a special benefit reading and discussion of Peter Hedges’ Good As New, starring Julianne Moore and Kaitlyn Dever. Directed by Hedges, the presentation will take place on MCC’s YouTube channel on July 16 at 7PM ET. Tickets can be purchased here. All ticket proceeds of this benefit reading will support MCC’s Be Our Light campaign and will […]

Valentino-heavy film has Julianne Moore talking fashion

May 19, 2019   No Comment   News & Announcements

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 […]

Julianne Moore is Tatler’s July cover star

Hollywood’s most regal star, Julianne Moore, is the July cover. Inspired by the couture catwalks, this is the 58-year-old actress as you have never seen her before, wearing custom-made feather eyelashes by make-up artist Hung Vanngo to complement her dramatic Prada dress. The ultimate fashion muse, she transformed into a different character for every look, […]

Julianne Moore Is Oscar Gold in ‘Still Alice’

December 25, 2014   No Comment   Interviews, News & Announcements

Ever since baring her soul (and body) in Short Cuts, Robert Altman’s penetrating study of death and deceit in Los Angeles, Julianne Moore has transfixed audiences with her portrayals of aggrieved women. There was Carol White, a ho-hum homemaker who finds herself besieged by multiple chemical sensitivity in Safe. Amber Waves, a cocaine-huffing hippie who struggles to […]