Julianne attended last night the “A Night for a Cure” benefit party hosted by The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, in New York.
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.
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.
Julianne Moore was left dizzy after a spin with a professional stunt driver on the Late Show with David Letterman. She donned a silver helmet before getting into the yellow rally car with Tanner Foust, who is the co-host of America’s version of Top Gear. After being driven around in circles, Julianne screamed: ‘I’m so dizzy’.
Earlier the redhead was seen in a flesh-coloured, body-con dress and another pair of towering heels. She looked years younger in a body-con, nude dress and towering heels. She was asked by host Matt Lauer what ‘the dumbest thing’ she had done while in love.
‘I was the queen of the drive-bys, like ‘I’m going to go home this way’. Like a stalker.’ Matt asked her: ‘So you would go by people’s houses and check on them?’ To which she replied: ‘Yes, and even flash my lights to see if anybody would come to the window. I know, it’s pathetic.’
Check the pictures:
Added pictures of Julianne attending last night the world premiere of “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” Premiere in NY. Check it:
Julianne Moore is cover of July/August issue of Health magazine. Read the interview below:
At a photo studio in downtown New York City, Julianne Moore is heard before she is seen—her ringing laugh fills the room. Then the four-time Oscar-nominated star strides over with her hand out as the crew convulses with laughter at a joke she just cracked. It’s no surprise that Julianne is known as one of the most well-liked actors on any set. Brainy, forthright, warm, she’s part glam actress, part empathetic girlfriend, and part hip Seven Sisters professor. After changing into a striped T-shirt and slim cargo pants, she sits on the couch, kicks off her clogs and gathers her famously lush red hair into a topknot. All the while, she’s peppering me with questions (not normally the habit of someone famous—trust me). At 50, she has the lustrous skin and lithe body of someone decades younger—thanks not to the surgeon’s knife, but to a lifetime of healthy habits.
Julianne stars in this month’s smart comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love. She plays Steve Carell’s wife, who sends him into a tailspin after she has an affair and wants out of the marriage. (Her own home life is much more content: She lives in the West Village with her husband, director Bart Freundlich, their son, Caleb, 13, and 9-year-old daughter, Liv.)Read More