Former As the World Turns star Julianne Moore has signed on to romantic comedy Maggie's Plan, according to Deadline. Reportedly, she is set to star opposite Greta Gerwig in the film. Gerwig will play a young woman trying to make it in New York City.
Former General Hospital, All My Children and Days of Our Lives star Tamara Braun attended the premiere of Julianne Moore (ex-Frannie/Sabrina Hughes, As the World Turns) and Cynthia Preston's (ex-Faith Roscoe, General Hospital) reimagining of Carrie on October 7. Carrie hits theaters on October 18. Check out more photos from the premiere and watch the Carrie trailer after the jump! READ MORE
Oscar nominee and former As the World Turns star Julianne Moore may be joining the cast of blockbuster dystopian film franchise The Hunger Games. According to Deadline, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay director Francis Lawrence is interested in casting Moore as President Alma Coin.
I’ve heard that Lionsgate and director Francis Lawrence are eye-ing Julianne Moore to play the role of President Alma Coin. She is the manipulative politician who figures brightly in the finale as Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) becomes a symbol of rebellion against the autocratic Capitol government.
For a medium that Hollywood loves to poke fun at, daytime soap operas certainly manage to produce a lot of award-winning actors! Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards were dominated by the wins of former daytime stars.
Tommy Lee Jones, who spent most of the 1970's playing Dr. Mark Toland on ABC Daytime's One Life to Live, took home the Actor for his work in Lincoln. Jones played diehard abolitionist Thaddeus Stevens in the film.
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston won the Actor for Outstanding Male Actor in a Drama Series. Cranston was an original cast member on Agnes Nixon and the late Douglas Marland's 30-minute, daily college soap Loving back in 1983, portraying Doug Donovan.
Julianne Moore (ex-Frannie Hughes, As the World Turns) and Amanda Seyfried (ex-Joni Stafford, All My Children) were among the former soap actresses who sparkled on the 70th Annual Golden Globes red carpet on January 13, in Los Angeles. See more red carpet photos after the jump!
As the World Turns alum Julianne Moore may have won an Emmy for her portrayal of Sarah Palin in the HBO movie Game Change, but that doesn’t mean Palin’s daughter Bristol thinks the actress deserved it. Bristol, who returned to compete on the current season of Dancing With the Stars, told Us Weekly.
"I don't think she's a good interpreter of my mom. I think my mom's way hotter than that,"
So why does Bristol think Moore’s interpretation was lackluster?
"She doesn't have that accent. It's all kind of silly,"