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Game Change HD Captures

Posted by Holly on
June 17th, 2012

Hey everyone! Sorry I’ve been MIA from the site, I had a few things I had to work out with my personal life. Lexi has stepped down from the site so once again I’m the sole owner of the site. I’ve added a little over 700 HD captures from Julianne’s performance in Game Change to the gallery to start my reintroduction back to the site.

And Fey couldn’t be happier for Julianne Moore, who nails Palin in the HBO movie “Game Change.”

“She’s fantastic! She is so good,” says Fey in a broad conversation with The Envelope. “I thought she was unbelievable — she really did things with that role.”

Moore came with one truly great advantage over her in creating the role, Fey says: “Julianne has a much more natural resemblance to her than I do. She has a stronger jaw line.”

There’s really no way to compare the two performances, adds the comedian: “If we were doing anything similar, we both would have been doing something wrong.”

But their approaches to creating the former Alaska governor were also fundamentally different — Fey was going for laughs, while Moore wanted viewers to empathize on some levels with Palin.


Actress Julianne Moore, who portrays former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in the new HBO film “Game Change,” says that she will vote for President Obama again in 2012.

I’ve added some gorgeous photos of the “Game Change” press conference. Enjoy!


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While Anderson makes a habit of tweeting on a regular basis, Julianne Moore says she is “the worst Twitterer ever,” claiming that her tweets are both “boring and infrequent.”

She also admits to having accidentally tweeted the inside of her purse, which Anderson says he can relate to after “butt-tweeting” numerous times.

“I got all these responses saying, ‘What was that?’ ‘It was so mysterious.’ ‘It was kind of beautiful, but strange,'” Julianne says. “I was like, ‘Oh no!’ I just hit the button and it went off.”

Take a look…

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