December 9, 2011 0
December 9, 2011  •  Lexi  •  Leave a Comment

Hi all,

my name is Lexi and I’m going to help Holly from time to time with posting news and photos. I’m a big fan of Julianne and I hope you’ll enjoy the new images I’ve just added.

December 5, 2011 0
December 5, 2011  •  Holly  •  Leave a Comment

Luciana has decided to step down from the site and she’ll be missed greatly. However, I’ve decided to take the site on as the owner and hope to continue the work that she’s done. I’ve started by adding captures of Julianne from her one scene in Elektra Luxx, news will resume shortly once I have everything settled. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

September 8, 2011 0
September 8, 2011  •  Luciana  •  Leave a Comment

Julianne attended last night the “A Night for a Cure” benefit party hosted by The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, in New York.

August 21, 2011 1
August 21, 2011  •  Luciana  •  1 Comment

Julianne attended last night the event “What’s on your table” hosted by Vanity Fair. I was able to get some pictures, and you can find in the gallery.

August 3, 2011 0
August 3, 2011  •  Luciana  •  Leave a Comment

After teaming up with Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott for Talbots’ Spring 2011 campaign, Julianne Moore is back for an encore engagement.

This time around the flame-haired actress poses for photographer David Sims in the retailer’s “cinematic” Fall 2011 shoot inspired by ’40s- and ’50s-era Hollywood glamour.

Not surprisingly, the frequent Oscar nominee has no trouble getting into character. One striking shot sees her in a chic camel coat paired with ruby heels, while another has her playfully rocking her red waves back as she sports a brown herringbone suit, wide-brimmed hat, and black leather tote.

“Julianne Moore embodies the true essence of the Talbots’ brand platform,” Talbots CEO Michael Smaldone says in a press statement. “She is a classic beauty who is an extraordinary actress, mother, author, and a true modern woman.”

Set to break in the September and October magazines, the striking ads also bear “We Believe” taglines, such as “We believe that charm is the best accessory.”

You’re preaching to the choir.