09:21 AM EDT 05/15/2013
Originally posted 02/01/2012 01:45PM
Get ready to see Sarah Palin nearly unravel.
In HBO's Game Change, which dramatizes John McCain's presidential campaign and what happened after he picked Sarah Palin to be his running mate, Julianne Moore plays the Alaska politician as fierce and highly flawed.
"I miss my baby," Moore says as demoralized Palin in a new trailer for the TV movie, which premieres March 10 at 9 p.m.
"She's on the verge of a complete nervous breakdown," says Woody Harrelson, who plays McCain's adviser Steve Schmidt.
Originally posted 12/22/2011 08:45AM
We knew she had perfected Sarah Palin's look. Now, in the first Game Change trailer, we see that Julianne Moore sounds just like the Alaskan politician, too.
Moore, 51, has just one line in the trailer – in which she accepts the Republican nomination for vice president in 2008 – but she delivers it in the classic Palin voice, one previously imitated to perfection by Tina Fey.
The movie, coming to HBO in March, also stars Ed Harris as John McCain and Woody Harrelson as his campaign manager.
– Tim Nudd
Originally posted 12/15/2011 05:55AM
Julianne Moore and Uma Thurman hung out together at a party for Waterford crystal in N.Y.C. Moore gave her friend a tour of the party space, which featured a tower of more than 500 champagne flutes. The ladies caught up on work and holiday plans before Thurman headed out to a late dinner with some producer pals. Moore stuck around, though, and mingled with partygoers like designer Christian Siriano.
Originally posted 10/06/2011 05:55AM
Julianne Moore stopped by Edit New York, a boutique on the Upper East Side, for some seasonal essentials. On her shopping list: some KBL sunglasses, two pairs of Isabel Marant booties (in brown and black) and a Proenza Schouler bag! After ringing up her purchases, the actress hailed a cab and sped away. – Kate Hogan
Originally posted 06/25/2011 10:00PM
You might expect Julianne Moore – a four-time Oscar nominated Hollywood veteran – to feel at home on the red carpet.
Not so, insists the actress.
"I never feel confident!" the star, 50, tells Health magazine. "I don’t know that there's anybody who does. I mean, you don't look around the red carpet thinking, 'There's a lot of confident people out here.'"
Originally posted 04/27/2011 08:35AM
Donning the trademark eyeglasses and up 'do, Julianne Moore is proving she’s more than all right as former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.
The The Kids Are All Right actress, 50, has transformed herself into the politician, 47, for the new HBO film, Game Change, which begins production Wednesday.
Costarring Ed Harris as John McCain, the film follows the Arizona U.S. Senator's 2008 presidential campaign from his selection of Palin as a running mate to their defeat in the general election. Woody Harrelson portrays Steve Schmidt, McCain's senior advisor. Lost's Melissa Farman has also been cast as Bristol Palin.
The film, directed by Jay Roach and written by Danny Strong, is based on the bestselling book of the same name. Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman are executive producers.
– Julie Jordan
Originally posted 03/09/2011 05:00PM
Move over, Tina Fey: Julianne Moore has been cast to play former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin.
The Kids Are All Right actress will star in HBO's upcoming movie, Game Change, based on John Heilemann and Mark Halperin's bestseller of the same name, a rep for HBO confirms to PEOPLE.
The movie will focus on the breadth of the 2008 presidential campaign mounted by John McCain in which Palin was the candidate for vice president.
Casting has not been completed for other roles such as McCain or Barack Obama.
Originally posted 02/08/2011 08:00AM
Balancing motherhood and a sex life is no simple task for Julianne Moore.
"I think [to feel sexy,] you need to be away from your children," the actress, 50, told Tom Ford when he interviewed her for March's InStyle cover story. "Doing the mommy stuff does sort of squash that area of your life.
More specifically, The Kids Are All Right star says she feels sexiest "when I'm alone with [my husband] Bart [Freundlich] or when we take a trip."
Originally posted 02/07/2011 09:00AM
Getting married to Bart Freundlich was never a priority for Julianne Moore, until she thought about how their kids would feel about it.
"The only reason I got married in 2003 was for my children," the actress, 50, tells the British newspaper the Guardian. "I had a therapist who said marriage is really a container for a family, and that made sense to me."
Moore and Freundlich had already been together for years and had two young kids – Caleb, now 13, and Liv, 8 – by the time they wed.
Originally posted 01/25/2011 11:15AM
It's the downside of the Oscar nominations – the disappointment felt by those who were overlooked despite critically acclaimed performances.
This year is no different, with five actors and actresses in particular notably missing from the list of nominees – Andrew Garfield (The Social Network); Ryan Gosling (Blue Valentine); Mila Kunis (Black Swan); Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right); and Mark Wahlberg (The Fighter).
Interestingly, all five saw a costar (or in Wahlberg's case, three costars) earn a nomination: Michelle Williams (Blue Valentine); Natalie Portman (Black Swan); Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network); Annette Bening (The Kids Are All Right); and Amy Adams, Christian Bale and Melissa Leo (all for The Fighter).
So, tell us who was most overlooked?
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