Julianne Moore Source

Dec 3rd, 2016
Karina

Julianne turns 56 today and we want to wish her the best of birthdays! We wish happiness, health, love!

xoxo Team Julianne Moore Source

Dec 2nd, 2016
Karina

Oct 27th, 2016
Karina

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Oct 19th, 2016
Karina

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Oct 8th, 2016
Karina

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Sep 13th, 2016
Karina

Julianne Moore has signed on to star alongside Ken Watanabe and Demian Bichir in the hostage drama Bel Canto.

Paul Weitz (Grandma, About a Boy, Mozart in the Jungle) will direct the film from his adapted script, which is based on Ann Patchett’s book of the same name. The title was first published in 2001 and became an international best-seller, but until now it has found little traction despite a compelling female heroine trapped in a hostage situation in Peru.

Anthony Weintraub (Tekkonkinkreet) adapted the love story, which centers on Roxane Coss (Moore), a famous American soprano who travels to a military dictatorship in South America to give a private concert at the birthday party of a rich Japanese industrialist (Watanabe). Just as the gathering convenes, the house is taken over by guerrillas, led by General Benjamin (Bichir), demanding the release of their imprisoned comrades. A monthlong standoff ensues in which hostages and captors must overcome their differences and find their shared humanity in the face of impending disaster.

Caroline Baron (Capote, Monsoon Wedding, Mozart in the Jungle) is producing alongside Anthony Weintraub through their company A-Line Pictures. Weitz and Andrew Miano (A Single Man, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist) also are producing via their Depth of Field production company.

Bloom will begin introducing the project to foreign buyers at the Toronto International Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday. WME Global is selling the U.S. rights.

I read the Bel Canto novel many years ago and have always believed it would translate naturally to the big screen,” said Bloom’s Alex Walton. “The book has a large loyal global fan base, which I am confident will be delighted to see our wonderful cast bring this story to life.

The project will mark Weitz’s latest film venture, as he continues to receive critical acclaim for his ongoing Golden Globe-winning Amazon series Mozart in the Jungle. Moore will next star in Todd Haynes’ Wonderstruck and the Kingsman sequel. She also stars in the upcoming George Clooney-helmed Suburbicon, which also is being sold by Bloom.

The Oscar winner (Still Alice) is repped by CAA, United Agents and Management 360.

Watanabe, a supporting actor Oscar nominee for The Last Samurai, can next be seen in Transformers: The Last Knight. Bichir, who earned a best actor Oscar nomination for A Better Life, just wrapped Ridley Scott’s Aliens: Covenant.

Source: hollywoodreporter.com

Sep 13th, 2016
Karina

The end of Difficult People season two is upon us!

The Hulu comedy wraps up its hilarious, sharped-tongue sophomore season on Tuesday, Sept. 6 in typical fashion as Julie (Julie Klausner) and Billy (Billy Eichner) deal with the sensitivities of New York City on high alert.

While waiting in line for a party, Julie and Billy meet Sarah Nussbaum (Julianne Moore), the ultimate “fake girls’ girl” development executive who takes interest in one of Julie’s essays, and ET has your first look at Julie and Sarah’s chance encounter.

I remember how punishingly cold it was the night we shot outside the Mark Twain Awards,” Klausner said of filming the scene. “Delirious and starving, Billy and I sent our assistants across the street to Peter Luger for takeout. They forgot to include cutlery with our steaks and baked potatoes, so Julianne Moore made fun of us for eating our dinners with our bare hands ‘like disgusting animals.’ She was completely right to do so, and I feel privileged to have experienced such a unique humiliation.

Moore is not the only star to stop by the finale. Returning to Difficult People are Amy Sedaris and Debbie Harry, reprising their roles as Rita and Kiki, while Richard Kind also makes an appearance.

Source: etonline.com

Sep 9th, 2016
Karina

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Sep 4th, 2016
Karina

J.E.B. Stuart High School alum Julianne Moore started a petition to rename the school. Photo courtesy of Flickr user nicolas genin.

J.E.B. Stuart High School alum Julianne Moore started a petition to rename the school.
And 9 other interesting things you should know about Washington schools.

1. The First To Integrate
On February 2, 1959, four African-American seventh-graders were escorted into Arlington’s Stratford Junior High School by at least 85 riot-gear-clad police officers, overcoming “massive resistance” laws that moved to shut down any desegregated Virginia school. The school became H-B Woodlawn High in 1978 but was awarded historic designation this year.

2. “Shameful Shaw”
The neighborhood now synonymous with trendy bars got its moniker from Shaw Junior High, which once sat on Rhode Island Avenue. “A government certified fire trap,” according to the Washington Post, it was dubbed Shameful Shaw due to its crumbling infrastructure and became a symbol of the city’s neglect of its black citizens. The school itself was named after Commander Robert Shaw of the famed 54th Massachusetts Regiment.

3. Professor Biden
Once a high-school and community-college English teacher back in Delaware, Jill Biden has taught at Northern Virginia Community College since her husband became Veep. Her Second Lady status doesn’t keep students from complaining on RateMyProfessor.com that she gives too much homework.

4. Good Footing
The first public school for black students when it opened in 1870, Dunbar High—in an imposing new building off New York Avenue, Northwest—has history in its floors: Students walk to class over plaques honoring alums such as Edward Brooke, the first black US senator, and Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton. Blank plaques suggest the school isn’t done yet.

5. A New Dei
The sons of former senator Rick Santorum, onetime FBI director Louis Freeh, and ex–Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel all attended the Heights School in Potomac. Affiliated with the Opus Dei society—villains in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code—the Heights is fast becoming a conservative rival to Gonzaga, DC’s Jesuit boys’ school.

6. Crown-Jewel School
Airy, light-filled classrooms, a great hall, and grades divided by age all made DC’s Franklin School a cutting-edge educational facility when it opened in 1869, and made its architect, Adolf Cluss, famous. For years a homeless shelter, the building has been vacant since 2008, despite attempts to revive it as a museum.

7. Moon’s School
In addition to its ownership of the Washington Times, Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s Unification Church has another link to America’s capital. New Hope Academy, a private school in Hyattsville, opened in 1990 after Moon donated $250,000 for purchase of a school building. While officials claim that no religious doctrines are taught, a portrait of Moon and his wife once hung on the walls.

8. Space-Pioneer Neighbor
Schools are often named after local heros, but the honoree for Herndon’s Crossfield Elementary lived right across the street. Famed for flying at twice the speed of sound, test pilot Albert Scott Crossfield retired to a house near Fox Mill Road, where the elementary school went up in 1988. Crossfield died in a plane crash in 2006.

9. Confederate Ed
Five years after the Supreme Court barred school segregation in 1954, Fairfax County pointedly named its Falls Church high school after rebel general J.E.B. Stuart. Now Stuart alum Julianne Moore has started a petition to rename it Thurgood Marshall. One problem: Falls Church’s other high school, George C. Marshall, is already known as “Marshall.”

10. Educating Girls
The Greek Revival ruins of Patapsco Female Institute in Ellicott City are all that remains of one of the country’s earliest girls’ finishing schools, opened in 1837. Closed in 1891, it was a hotel and a wartime hospital before being abandoned for decades. In 1995, Howard County converted it to a park and outdoor theater.

Source: washingtonian.com