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Julianne Moore’s Daughter Barely Recognizes Her Photoshopped Pictures

“Once my daughter saw me on a cover where I had no freckles and said, ‘That doesn’t look like you at all!’ And then — just like a kid — ‘I like you better without them.’ Thanks!”

According to Julianne Moore, magazines pick and choose whether to keep her freckles in their photos. Some leave her skin as it is, and others airbrush those freckles right off. Moore didn’t mind so much either way, until her daughter saw a picture of her Photoshopped face and liked it better! It’s kind of funny, but I think that’s also pretty damn depressing. When someone’s own kid can tell right away that they’ve been retouched that much, we’re basically doomed as a society. Or something like that. [People]

Julianne Moore Plans To Be A Botox-Free 100-Year-Old

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“I’d like to think that I can age as naturally as possible. I don’t want to come out condemning anything anybody does, because I think that all of these things can contribute to making people feel better about themselves, and that’s great. But I also want to look like myself. I mean, we’re not going to live forever. I feel like I’d like to be 90. I’d like to be 100. I may not be lucky enough to have that happen. But, boy, I’m going to try.”

Julianne Moore, who has been outspoken about her aversion to Botox and cosmetic surgery in the past, clarifies her feelings about aging naturally in an interview with online magazine The Edit. At 53, she looks as stunningly gorgeous as ever, and I wouldn’t be surprised if she does live to be 100 (and still looks about 40). [The Edit]

Julianne Moore And Her Daughter Make A Pretty Pair At Fashion Week

Julianne Moore and daughter attend New York Fashion Week

Now that’s a mirror image if there ever was one! Julianne Moore hit the front row at Reed Krakoff with her absolutely adorbs 11-year-old daughter, Liv, in tow, and aren’t they quite the pair? Not for anything, but Liv might be giving little Harper Beckham a run for her money in the cuteness stakes this New York Fashion Week…

Julianne Moore Is Experiencing A Painful-Looking Case Of Shrimp Cocktail Toes

SHRIMP COCKTAIL TOES: poor, lovely Julianne Moore has got them, and bad.

The Trailer For The “Carrie” Remake Has Arrived!

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Usually I’m pretty meh on remakes of classic films, but I must admit I’ve been pumped about the reboot of Stephen King’s “Carrie” ever since Chloe Moretz and Julianne Moore were cast as the world’s most dysfunctional mother-daughter duo, and Kimberly Pierce was attached as the film’s director. Pierce, previously known for the film “Boys Don’t Cry,” is kind of an unexpected but exciting choice of director, and by the looks of the new trailer, it appears her remake sticks quite closely to the original film, albeit with some modern day updates. What do you think? Does it look as creepy as the original? I’m especially psyched to see Moore’s take on Carrie’s fanatical mother. You know she has a creepy as fuck side to her…

Morning Quickies: How Julianne Moore Played Sarah Palin

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  • Julianne Moore tells Ellen DeGeneres on how she played Sarah Palin in the HBO movie “Game Change,” which airs on Saturday night. She listened to Palin’s audiobook nonstop on her iPod for two months to get down that Wasilla accent. [Huffington Post]
  • Attention, nerds! (Amelia, that means you.) A “Star Trek” episode abandoned in 1967 is set to be filmed 45 later! [Featuring the original cast? Impossible. I am not okay with this. -- Yeoman Amelia] [The AV Club]
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  • Tila Tequila was hospitalized recently for a brain aneurysm, which she allegedly tried to treat herself by consuming so many prescription drugs that she overdosed. This whole story is just sad. [Radar Online] Keep reading »

See Julianne Moore As Sarah Palin In “Game Change”

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Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin gives Tina Fey a run for her money, huh? March can’t come soon enough: That’s when HBO Films will debut the movie version of “Game Change” based on a bestselling nonfiction book about the 2008 election. This trailer makes it look as if the book is just about Palin and John McCain, when the actual book is about all the candidates. The trailer probably just focuses on Moore playing Palin because it’s been so talked about. I’m wondering how “Game Change” will handle the late Elizabeth Edwards, who is portrayed in the book as something of a ball-crushing she-beast, and Sleazy McSleazebag John Edwards who was diddling videographer Rielle Hunter on the campaign trailer. Must watch TV, I tell ya. [YouTube: HBO Films] Keep reading »

Julianne Moore To Star In A New “Mad Men”-esque Show

“Dope” is a new television show that sounds like the perfect combination of everything I love—one part “Mad Men,” one part “Breaking Bad,” one part “Bored to Death,” and one part “The Good Wife.” And even better—it will be produced by and star the amazing Julianne Moore. Julianne is developing the show for HBO alongside Todd Haynes, who directed her in “Far From Heaven” (pictured here) and who more recently turned out Kate Winslet in “Mildred Pierce.” Based on the novel by Sara Gran, “Dope” tells the story of a woman in 1950s New York who becomes a private eye, despite her past as a heroin addict. Which sounds pretty juicy to me. And hey, i’s exciting to see a period drama in the works that centers on a female character—and one who is not in a bunny tail or formfitting Pan Am stewardess get-up. [Huffington Post, TV Line] Keep reading »

Julianne Moore Says Nailing Sarah Palin’s Accent, Mannerisms Was “Really, Really Hard”

“It was hard—really, really hard … It’s hard to play someone who is very present in people’s minds, who’s on television, who’s very idiosyncratic, I did my best. We’ll see, I hope we pulled it off … [The accent took] practice, an incredible amount of practice. I had to listen to it over and over again. My son was embarrassed because [Palin's speeches were] all that was on my iPod. He said, ‘Where’s your music?’ I erased all my music.”

Julianne Moore talks to MTV News about what it was like playing Sarah Palin in the HBO movie “Game Change.” For some reason, I am picturing her and Tina Fey at a bar, sipping gin and tonics and trading war stories about the complexities of winking correctly and finding the exact right Alaskan lilt. [MTV News] Keep reading »

Why Julianne Moore Won’t Be Getting Plastic Surgery

“My feeling is live and let live. But some of those procedures that make you look younger — I don’t know that they really made anybody look younger. I think most of the time they made you look like you’ve had something done to your face. Even with the laser stuff, the skin becomes so shiny. It’s like nothing sticks to it. It’s just shiny, shiny skin, and it doesn’t have a normal patina, so you’re like, ‘What’s the matter with them?’ Look, it’s hard to age. Let people do what they want to do, but I do think that a new normal sometimes starts to exist where the cosmetic surgery itself starts to look normal, and we lose track of what a real face is like.”

I can sleep easy at night knowing some plastic surgeon’s scalpel will never fiddle with the great beauty that is Julianne Moore. You tell ‘em, Julianne! [Health] Keep reading »

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