Julianne is a busy lady! She headed to Toronto just yesterday and attended already 4 events. I have added to the gallery all HQs of the events and two portraits during TIFF in MQ. Go ahead to the gallery or click on the links below!
Appereances > Appereances from 2014 > September 08: “Still Alice” Premiere – Toronto International Film Festival
Appereances > Appereances from 2014 > September 08: “Still Alice” TIFF Party
Appereances > Appereances from 2014 > September 08: L’Oreal And Juliane Moore Prepare For “Still Alice” Premiere – Toronto International Film Festival
Appereances > Appereances from 2014 > September 09: “Maps To The Stars” Photocall – Toronto International Film Festival
Appereances > Appereances from 2014 > September 09: “Maps To The Stars” Press Conference – Toronto International Film Festival
Studio Photoshoots > Session #141
Studio Photoshoots > Session #142
I’ve added a few new things to the gallery today: one photoshoot (Madame Figaro), a Mockingjay Part I still and a scan from the Italy copy of Vanity Fair. Thanks to Luciana for the shoot and Claudia for the scan! I’m also happy to announce that images from Julianne’s appearances from the earlier years are now complete! There are still a few albums missing here and there but when I find the images I will add them. I hope you all enjoy the new additions.
• Studio Photoshoots > Session #139
• Magazine Scans > Scans from 2014 > Vanity Fair – Italy (June 2014)
• Film & TV Productions > 2015 – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay > Production Stills
Lots of things added today to the gallery. Mostly in thanks to the old webmaster, Luciana for pointing them out to me. With her help, two gorgeous new shoots of Julianne have been added to the gallery as well as some magazine scans. Thanks to Victoria and Lindsey for some of the scans! A additional poster from “Shelter” which was renamed to “6 Souls”. Stay tuned for a brand new layout as well soon!
Julianne is the cover girl for the spring issue of “T” a magazine in which she has a interesting style choice. Even with frizzy red hair, she’s still gorgeous. Images can be found below!
What makes her work so powerful, in films as diverse as “Far From Heaven” and “The Big Lebowski,” “Boogie Nights” and the forthcoming remake of “Carrie,” is that, for this actress, playing a role is not about sunbathing in admiration but about admiring the rest of us, in all of our varied subjectivities. For Moore, taking on the vocal inflections, the mannerisms, the emotional undercurrents and psychic thunderstorms of another human being is essentially just a way of seeing us all more deeply. She looks deeper into her characters, inhabits them more fully, loves them more completely and with less judgment than just about any actor out there. As a result, her best work has, in some small but undeniable way, managed not just to entertain but to elevate and ennoble the rest of us.
Source – go to read the full article.
Studio Photoshoots > Session #136
Julianne Moore is… Modigliani’s muse, a Klimt damsel, and a tousled temptress by Egon Schiele. Recently, this incredible photo shoot with the actress has surfaced out of an old Harper’s Bazaar and into the art-minded Tumblr-sphere. Check out the shots taken by the famous fashion photographer Peter Linderbergh, side-by-side with their original inspirations, as spotted by Museum Nerd. What strikes us isn’t just the meticulous styling, strategically echoing the visuals of the original artwork with couture. Moore is doing a splendid job channeling the subjects, beaming with vigor of a glamorous “cripple” by John Currin, as if she was a Currin model frozen in a frame. You be the judge. Do these do it for you?
Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Seated Woman With Bent Knee by Egon Schiele for Harper’s Bazaar.
Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as The Cripple by John Currin for Harper’s Bazaar.
Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Woman With a Fan by Amedeo Modigliani for Harper’s Bazaar.
Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Adele Bloch Bauer I by Gustav Klimt for Harper’s Bazaar.
Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Man Crazy Nurse #3 by Richard Prince for Harper’s Bazaar.
Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Madame X by John Singer Sargent for Harper’s Bazaar.
Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen by Edgar Degas.
Julianne is cover of the new summer issue of Gotham Magazine. In the issue Julianne talks working with Steve Carell in her new film Crazy, Stupid, Love:
“I worship at the altar of Steve Carell. I love him on The Office and had such high expectations of him, and he did not disappoint. This whole entire movie was such a great experience. The director, Ryan [Gosling], Emma Stone—I mean, everything just worked, and I was so happy to be able to do it.”
She talks working close to home:
“Having two kids changes the location of what I do, that’s the trickiest thing. You try and work at home during the school year.” Even if their mom is an Academy Award-nominated actress, Moore is cool enough to admit, “Kids don’t care what their parents do.”
Julianne also talks what films she’s interested in making:
“The older I get, the more I want to do comedy. Tragedy becomes less alluring. I think comedy is infinitely more interesting.”
Thanks to jeanpaul for the heads up!
While looking to new pictures to add here, I found out this gorgeous photoshoot. Not sure about the date, will update you as soon I found out. Also Lexi sent over more pictures of session 129. You can find it in our gallery: