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.
Tire maker Pirelli corralled an impressive and diverse group of actresses – many with an elite fashion pedigree – for its 2017 calendar, photographed by Peter Lindbergh.
They include Alicia Vikander and Lea Seydoux, both faces for Louis Vuitton, Omega ambassador Nicole Kidman and Chanel regulars Julianne Moore, Rooney Mara and Jessica Chastain.
Shooting his third Pirelli calendar, Lindbergh chose five locations across two continents; Los Angeles, New York, Berlin, London and the Paris suburb of Le Touquet.
The other personalities are Zhang Ziyi, Uma Thurman, Robin Wright, Penelope Cruz, Lupita Nyong’o, Helen Mirren, Kate Winslet and Charlotte Rampling.
Medical entrepreneur and professor Anastasia Ignatova is listed as a special guest. She teaches political theory at Moscow State University for the International Relations and designs jewelry in her spare time, according to Pirelli.
Pirelli released only making-of images on Sunday and has yet to disclose fashion credits for the shoot, styled by Julia von Boehm with hair by Odile Gilbert and makeup by Stephane Marais.
The fashions seemed hinged on lingerie, glossy leather and cozy knits in black and white. Lindbergh also shot Pirelli calendars in 1996 and 2002.
The calendar will be released in November.