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Obsessions: 'The Big Lebowski'updated: Fri Aug 19 2011 12:14:00

Achievers, raise your White Russian tumblers because this "Obsessions" is for you.

Julianne Moore keeps it lightupdated: Mon Jul 04 2011 08:59:00

At a photo studio in downtown New York City, Julianne Moore is heard before she is seen -- her ringing laugh fills the room. Julianne Moore: 'I'm Never Confident on the Red Carpet'updated: Mon Jun 27 2011 09:09:00

The actress opens up about cosmetic surgery, confidence, and being 50 in Hollywood FIRST PHOTO: Julianne Moore As Sarah Palinupdated: Wed Apr 27 2011 15:32:00

The Kids Are All Right star portrays the politician for HBO's Game Change Julianne Moore Will Play Sarah Palin but Who Should Play John McCain?updated: Thu Mar 10 2011 22:30:00

Which actor would be best as Palin's 2008 running mate in the upcoming HBO movie? Julianne Moore to Play Sarah Palin in HBO Movieupdated: Thu Mar 10 2011 08:28:00

The star of The Kids Are All Right has been cast as the politician in Game Change Julianne Moore Feels Sexiest When She's Away From Her Kidsupdated: Tue Feb 08 2011 13:08:00

"Doing the mommy stuff does sort of squash [the sexy] area of your life," the actress says Julianne Moore: I Got Married for My Kidsupdated: Mon Feb 07 2011 16:10:00

The actress already had two children with Bart Freundlich by the time they in 2003 American Idol Auditions In Nashville a Mixed Bagupdated: Fri Jan 28 2011 13:09:00

Music City shows off the good, the bad and the ones who split the judges' vote Who Was Snubbed Most by the Oscars?updated: Tue Jan 25 2011 15:29:00

Ryan Gosling, Mila Kunis, Andrew Garfield and more all fell short, despite promising buzz Golden Globe Stars: What I'm Tweeting Right Now!updated: Tue Jan 18 2011 10:49:00

Chris Colfer, Julianne Moore and more of Hollywood's best deliver a laugh in 140 characters or less

Julianne Moore plays big role in Save the Children charityupdated: Thu Dec 16 2010 10:26:00

Growing up as an "Army brat," actress Julianne Moore bounced around the United States and witnessed first-hand the needs of underprivileged children in her own country.

Julianne Moore saves the childrenupdated: Thu Dec 16 2010 10:26:00

Actress, Julianne Moore talks to CNN's Alina Cho about her artist ambassadorship for 'Save the Children.' Emma Stone: Globe Nod Vs. Angelina Jolie Is Surrealupdated: Wed Dec 15 2010 07:28:00

The Easy A actress reacts to her surprise Golden Globe nod against some heavy hitters Stars Reveal: My Favorite Thanksgiving Traditionupdated: Fri Nov 26 2010 16:54:00

Julianne Moore, Meredith Vieria, Matthew Perry and more celebs share the side dishes and belly rubs that keep them happy on Turkey Day

Julianne Moore: Family life 'hardest, most rewarding'updated: Thu Oct 14 2010 15:26:00

Julianne Moore's children aren't allowed to see her movies -- and they probably wouldn't want to, anyway. The 49-year-old actress told CNN that her movies are too grown-up for her 8- and 12-year-old children. Plus, Moore said it's not really interesting to see your mother do anything. Kelly Ripa Loves Date Night and 'a Little Bump and Tickle'updated: Wed Oct 06 2010 16:08:00

Jersey Shore on DVR, some hanky-panky - it's all good for Ripa and Mark Consuelos Julianne Moore Finds Date Nights 'Kind of Impossible'updated: Mon Oct 04 2010 12:32:00

"We try to get out when we can," the actress and author says of slipping away with husband Bart Freundlich

10 summer movies that we're actually looking forward toupdated: Thu Apr 15 2010 16:25:00

Summer is just around the corner, which means that we should brace ourselves for the usual drought at the movie house. Why does it seem like summer movies are always just a bunch of cheesy blockbusters, packed with comic book characters and explosions? Maybe it's because the film industry assumes that we're outside soaking up the sun and have lost some brain cells as a result. But for those of us who are allergic to the beach or are staging a "sit-in" against wrinkles, is it too much to ask that we have a few good summer film options? No, I say. I've searched far and wide for the top 10 summer movies that shouldn't suck. You're welcome. QUOTED: Annette Bening on Loving Julianne Mooreupdated: Tue Apr 13 2010 18:10:00

The actress tells PEOPLE how it was to play the lesbian partner in The Kids Are All Right

10 celebrities who've fiddled with fiction writingupdated: Thu Apr 01 2010 19:22:00

Yes, yes, James Franco is going to Yale, the third stop on his tour of schools in the tri-state area -- before graduating from Columbia and going all Ivy League business, Franco had a brief fling with New York University. Amongst those precious days he spent at the latter, I was fortunate enough to share an elevator with him on the way to one of my classes. FIRST LOOK: Sex, Lies and Marital Betrayal in Chloe with Julianne Mooreupdated: Wed Mar 24 2010 19:08:00

The film about infidelity also stars Liam Neeson and Amanda Seyfried Amanda Seyfried: Love Scene with Julianne Moore Was Riskyupdated: Wed Mar 17 2010 11:47:00

The young star was anxious about the sex scene in Chloe, but says she'll "never forget" it

'Valentine's Day' promotion gets 'de-gayed'updated: Thu Feb 04 2010 08:04:00

Valentine's Day is coming! And with it the usual traditions that include an outrageous price hike in roses, an outrageous price hike in restaurant dining, and the well-timed rom-com. The role of the latter belongs to a flick to be released on Feb. 12, "Valentine's Day." (What a clever title, eh?) Chef to the Stars Mario Batali Shares His Healthy Pasta Recipeupdated: Fri Jan 15 2010 14:18:00

The chef may cook for the stars - but he's focused on his own weight-loss this year Dennis Quaid, Julianne Moore Aim for White Houseupdated: Wed Mar 25 2009 11:59:00

The stars will play Bill and Hillary Clinton in an upcoming HBO movie Julianne Moore Dishes About Marriage and Dietingupdated: Sun Jan 25 2009 21:08:00

"Of course I diet for roles," says the actress. "Everyone does" Julianne Moore: Plastic Surgery Is Like Chinese Foot Bindingupdated: Thu Nov 06 2008 14:00:00

The actress says that cosmetic procedures "totally obliterate what we look like" Michael J. Fox Rocks Out with The Whoupdated: Thu Nov 06 2008 13:22:00

The actor has a dream-come-true jam session at his Parkinson's fund-raiser Julianne Moore: 'I Don't Know Why Women Do Botox'updated: Thu Jul 10 2008 08:17:00

Proud to age, she still says, "it's not possible to feel good about yourself at all times"

Latin tempo reverberates through film worldupdated: Fri May 23 2008 15:10:00

There has been a distinctly Latin flavor to this year's Cannes Film Festival.

Behind the scenes: Cinema spotlight on Cannesupdated: Wed May 14 2008 16:35:00

Palm trees, mild weather, the Mediterranean -- what more could you want? For film aficionados, the answer is movies, movies and more movies. Julianne Moore Fumes Over Spitzer 'Embarrassment'updated: Wed Mar 12 2008 17:02:00

Plus: The governor's fall from grace makes for good material for talk-show hosts Julianne Moore's Valentines to Help Kidsupdated: Tue Feb 05 2008 13:44:00

Julianne Moore is seeing red – in the best way possible.

Heroes: Sharing the spotlightupdated: Mon Nov 26 2007 15:54:00

Actress Julianne Moore's heroes are working to find a cure for tuberous sclerosis.

CNN Heroes: Julianne Moore's bid for a cureupdated: Mon Nov 26 2007 15:54:00

Julianne Moore was running errands in Manhattan when she heard Tom Lindsey call out to her.

CNN Heroes: Sharing the spotlightupdated: Mon Nov 26 2007 12:37:00

Some of us may think of movie stars and musicians as heroes. But as we continue our CNN Heroes series, we'd like to introduce you to the people they think of as heroes. We've asked some very familiar faces to share the spotlight. Julianne Moore's Old Nickname: Freckleface Strawberryupdated: Mon Oct 22 2007 10:44:00

Kids can say the meanest things. Just ask Julianne Moore.

Review: 'Next'? Go to the back of the lineupdated: Fri Apr 27 2007 09:10:00

Even when we haven't seen an action movie before, we've seen it before.

Directing a world gone madupdated: Thu Dec 21 2006 09:22:00

"Children of Men" takes place as the world is falling apart.

'Snakes' not first-classupdated: Fri Aug 18 2006 13:56:00

"Snakes on a Plane" sounds like a title that "Entourage's" Ari Gold might pitch to his favorite client (''snakes on a plane -- BOOM!''). It acknowledges, with a bluntness that passes for a wink, what the vast majority of Hollywood titles do not: that the movie it's adorning is a concept, nothing more, one that wears its brain-deadness on both lapels.

Fortune: Players: The publicistupdated: Fri May 12 2006 15:08:00

They may not be on any Walk of Fame, but without them, stars wouldn't be either. A look at the folks who find the jobs, make the deals, and handle the media exposure so those they represent stand out from the crowd.

EW review: 'Freedomland' shrill and joylessupdated: Fri Feb 17 2006 09:03:00

"Freedomland," a dying-to-be-cathartic drama of American racial turmoil, lets us know from the outset that we're in for a heady dose of social studies.

Review: 'Forgotten' barely memorableupdated: Thu Sep 23 2004 16:06:00

"The Forgotten" is just clever enough to be a worthy showcase for the immense skills of one of America's most gifted actresses, Julianne Moore. From the moment she signs on, her presence automatically increases interest in any project while lifting the artistic stakes.

Review: 'Laws of Attraction'? More like boredomupdated: Thu Apr 29 2004 15:45:00

The new romantic comedy "Laws of Attraction" is stuffed with every cliche in the book. It tries to emulate the great Spencer Tracy-Katharine Hepburn classics, but ends up a pale copy.

Where do you get your ideas?updated: Wed Apr 28 2004 10:27:00

If you listened to your English teacher, you'll remember that there are seven basic plots, four basic conflicts, and it's always "i before e except after c."

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