I have added scans as well as photoshoot images of Julianne from her LA Confidential feature to the gallery.
A first bunch of photos of Julianne was uploaded to the gallery. I’m still working on getting more and more, so far I’m close to the 300 but I’m still getting more, so I’ll upload all those at later times but meantime I wanted to give you a look at the gorgeousness of this amazing woman (and winner of her category!) in her green Givenchy Couture which fitted her extraordinarly and perfect!
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Studio Photoshoots > Session #148
I’ve finished the photo coverage of Julianne at the Golden Globes. Enjoy the HQ pictures in our gallery!
Appearances > Appearances From 2015 > January 11: 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards – Arrivals
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Appearances > Appearances From 2015 > January 11: 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards – HBO After Party
Studio Photoshoots > Session #147
Julianne among with other fellows actress sat down with THR for their Actress Roundtable. I’ve got the HQ image of their photoshooting and a video piece of Julianne talking about her choice to play Sarah Palin.
They also touched an important matter going on now on Renee Zellweger change and many other topics on being a woman in Hollywood and being an actress. Here’s a piece of the interview and you can read it fully over at www.hollywoodreporter.com
Julianne, you’ve made some very bold choices in your career. I’m curious what your most challenging moment has been.
MOORE Maybe going to the Golden Globes six weeks after my son was born. (Laughs.) You don’t even know how big you are, you know? You’re just like, “Oh, I look good! I like this dress, I’ll put this dress on.” I put on a dress that had this low thing; and by the end of the night (gestures to her low-cut dress), I was almost choking. (Laughs.) [I had] a horrible hairdo, it looked like birds of paradise coming out of either side of my head. It was terrible. Every time I get ready to go somewhere, I think, “It could be worse.”
WITHERSPOON “This is not that, it’ll never be that again.”
ADAMS That’s amazing.