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  • Julianne Moore brings affecting realism to 'Still Alice' role

    Julianne Moore brings affecting realism to 'Still Alice' role
    Early in "Still Alice," Julianne Moore — as wife, mother and professor Alice Howland — faces a series of cognitive tests administered by her neurologist. She's begun forgetting things ranging from simple words to her location, and mistakenly...
  • 'Boyhood' wins Critics' Choice Movie Awards for best film

    'Boyhood' wins Critics' Choice Movie Awards for best film
    Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" was named best film Thursday evening at the 20th Critics' Choice Movie Awards, presented by the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. The coming-of-age drama shot over a 12-year period also won honors for director Linklater,...
  • 'Seventh Son' makes great actors look bad

    'Seventh Son' makes great actors look bad
    The parallels between “Jupiter Ascending” and “Seventh Son” are almost eerie. Both movies open this week and: >> Star current Oscar nominees (Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore) hamming it up as villains >> Include normally likable...
  • Kevin Costner honored at AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Gala

    Kevin Costner honored at AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Gala
    The event: Child stars, octogenarians, actors, directors, producers and others spanning all ages packed the ballroom Monday at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel for the 2015 AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Gala. AARP provides information, advocacy and services...
  • Julianne Moore is Oscar-bound with exceptional role in 'Still Alice'

    After winning almost every major acting award this season so far, Julianne Moore is all but guaranteed an Oscar for her role in "Still Alice" – and for very good reason. The title character is a middle-aged wife, mother and linguistics professor who...
  • Julianne Moore moves closer to dating Hollywood's most popular man -- Oscar

    "LET it snow, let it snow, let it snow!" So wrote Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne in July of 1945. It's a great song, especially when it's NOT snowing! A WHILE back, before awards season began in earnest, I wrote that 2015 might finally be Julianne Moore's...
  • After SAG Award nominations, an early peek at the crystal ball

    The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations were announced five minutes ago, and the awards won't be announced for another month. But why procrastinate? Let's pick the winners ... now!. Because of the size of the voting body (111,228 eligible members and...
  • SAG Awards 2015: Snubs, surprises and assorted trends

    SAG Awards 2015: Snubs, surprises and assorted trends
    The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations Wednesday morning offered plenty of confirmation of existing awards contenders -- the “Boyhood” train kept rolling, “Birdman” and “Imitation Game” saw love all around and front-...
  • SAG Awards 2015: Julianne Moore says 'it's been a beautiful ride'

    SAG Awards 2015: Julianne Moore says 'it's been a beautiful ride'
    Julianne Moore can't stop thinking about the Oscars, because, well, the media won't let her. "It's hard not to think about it when people keep bringing it up," the actress told reporters backstage after her victory for female actor in a lead movie...
  • Oscars 2015: Shoo-ins, possibilities for director, lead actor, actress

    Oscars 2015: Shoo-ins, possibilities for director, lead actor, actress
    Julianne Moore can rest easy tonight. And if you're Michael Keaton or Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette or J.K. Simmons, there's no need to set the alarm. Your agent will be calling at the crack of dawn, bearing glad tidings of great joy. That and maybe...
  • 'Still Alice' thrives thanks to Julianne Moore

    'Still Alice' thrives thanks to Julianne Moore
    3 stars (out of four) Moments of devastating, intense emotion shouldn’t be accentuated with strings. Life doesn’t have a score, and trauma is not an opportunity for violins to show off. This is obvious. While it’s nowhere near as...