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

July 5, 2020   No Comment   Articles & News

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 […]


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, […]


Why Julianne Moore’s Age Helped Her Land Lead in Lesbian Drama ‘Freeheld’

October 3, 2015   No Comment   Articles & News, Freeheld

In a reversal from what many mid-career actresses experience,Julianne Moore landed the lead in the new movie “Freeheld” not despite her age but because of it. Director Peter Sollett said he was looking for a middle-aged actress to play opposite Ellen Page, 28, in the fact-based film about a lesbian New Jersey couple, Laurel Hester and Stacie […]


Julianne Moore Learned from Ellen Page for Freeheld Role

September 12, 2015   No Comment   Articles & News, Freeheld

Julianne Moore credits Canadian actress Ellen Page’s openness about her own coming out with helping her get to the heart of portraying terminally ill New Jersey police detective Laurel Hester in love-and-rights drama Freeheld, having its world premiere at TIFF Sept. 13. It’s based on a true story about a lesbian couple’s battle “to be treated […]


Julianne Moore: “How Lucky Am I?”

February 14, 2015   No Comment   Articles & News, Interviews

Julianne Moore has a theory of why people are so touched by her film Still Alice. “It’s not just because it’s a disease movie,” she says of the fictional story of Dr. Alice Howland, a 50-year-old university linguistics professor and a mother of three who is struck with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. “It’s a movie about […]


Julianne Moore Believes in Therapy, Not God (and Definitely Not Guns)

January 29, 2015   No Comment   Articles & News, Interviews

In her early 30s, Julianne Moore felt lost. Her professional life was soaring, her personal life shrinking. “I was lonely,” she admits. “I don’t think I felt happy. I didn’t have the kind of personal life I wanted. I’d spent my 20s working hard and trying to get to wherever there was, which wasn’t really […]