Julianne Moore is smoking-hot!
Just take a look at her recent cover of Health magazine, where she’s positively radiant in a sequined red tank paired with flattering skinny jeans, stacked gold rings and a delicate gold necklace.
The 52-year-old star’s striking red hair is casually worn down with a simple middle part, and we have to say she looks cool and confident while flaunting her fit figure and toned arms.
So how does she maintain her healthy physique while keeping up with a busy schedule? She mixes it up!
“I try to do Ashtanga yoga two to three times a week. I’ve also started working out with a trainer, doing light weights and a lot of jumping around,” she tells the magazine.
As for her favorite sneaky way to work out while still having fun, Moore embraces ocean life.
“I paddle board. But it’s not the kind of exercise people say it is. I think you have to really paddle hard. But if you’re just gliding along like I am, then no!” she laughs. “The main problem is I can’t do anything six days straight because I get hurt. That’s the thing about old age—eventually your hip starts to hurt and you have to switch to do something else.”
And when all else fails, Moore relies on alternative medicine, specifically acupuncture, to alleviate those aching muscles and joints.
“For back pain, it’s amazing. I also had a period after my mother died where I couldn’t sleep. I mean, I was just in shock for the longest time and didn’t sleep for, like, a year. I was just a wreck. And I had some really intense acupuncture treatments, and it kind of reset my nervous system. So I think it’s very helpful.”
I’ve added some of the recent events that Julianne has gone to, thanks to Becca for the high quality images!
The October issue of Total Film magazine has ‘Don Jon’ on highlights, as one of the coolest movies being made. It also has a pretty picture of Julianne as Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s therapist. Also, they bring us an article naming her ‘Instant Expert’ with some key movies and some comments on her most recent career choices.
A prim Bible-basher with a psychotic streak in Carrie. A witch with a beast lurking within in Seventh Son. If Julianne Moore’s upcoming genre jaunts seem like U-turns for an actor renowned for minimalist smarts rather than mainstream spectacle, don’t be fooled. An unpretentious character actor-as-star, Moore trades in the tension between surface reserve and underlying turmoil: over 23 years of indie and mainstream acclaim, she’s got ‘what lies beneath’ down to a fine, fearless art.
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