This is wonderful year for Julianne winning and be honored with so many things it’s amazing. Enjoy over 100 HQ photos of last night event where she’s been honored for her job.
Appearances > Appearances From 2015 > January 20: Museum Of The Moving Image Honors Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore isn’t just the frontrunner for best actress at this year’s Oscars, she’s also helping design the backstage green room.
Architectural Digest announced Tuesday that the”Still Alice” star will consult on the room’s look and help choose furniture and decor for the celebrity enclave.
Moore, 54, says she “knows what it’s like to be backstage on Oscar night” and is thrilled to help decorate the stars-only hangout. The garden of her New York home appeared in a 2012 issue of the magazine.
The actress — a five-time Oscar nominee — will collaborate with Los Angeles-based design collective Commune, tapped to create Architectural Digest’s annual namesake green room at the Academy Awards.
The Oscars will be presented at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Feb. 22 and broadcast live on ABC.
The gallery was updated with loads of production stills and one poster from Still Alice. Enjoy them!
I’ve added HQ scans from february issue of W Magazine.
Magazine Scans > Scans From 2015 > W Magazine (February)
Congratulations to Julianne for getting another award home. Enjoy the HQ photo coverage of the Critics’ Choice Movei Awards.
Appearances > Appearances From 2015 > January 15: 20th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards
In the new movie Still Alice, Julianne Moore plays Alice Howland, a 50-year-old linguistics professor at Columbia with a razor-sharp intellect. She’s at the prime of her career, but gradually she starts to forget things. She loses her way, she gets fuzzy — and she is soon diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. The movie charts her rapid decline and her struggle to hold on to her sense of self.
“She is someone who has always defined herself by her intellect, and now that that’s something she can’t depend on, she’s finding that she doesn’t really know who she is,” Moore tells NPR’s Melissa Block.
Actress Julianne Moore discusses her award-winning portrayal of a woman in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease in the film “Still Alice.”
Finally had time to update latest events of Julianne. This woman is running running running around promoting and releasing interviews. Enjoy them all in HQ in our gallery!
Appearances > Appearances From 2015 > January 13: AOL’s BUILD Speaker Series
Appearances > Appearances From 2015 > January 13: The Cinema Society With Montblanc And Dom Perignon Host A Screening Of Sony Pictures Classics’ “Still Alice”
Appearances > Appearances From 2015 > January 13: SAG Foundation Conversations With Julianne Moore Of “Still Alice”
A little back in time with Julianne during her interview on Kelly & Michael. Such funny!!!
Hot off the heels of her best actress Golden Globe win, Julianne Moore stopped by TODAY to talk about the moving film that led to the honor — and a whole lot more.
TV Appearances & Interviews > Talk Shows > “Today” (Stills) – January 14, 2015
Find the video interview with Savannah Guthrie under the cut.