Now the stories are starting to come full circle.
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What a sexy look from 55-year-old!!
Julianne even accented the cutout, embellished ensem with ALL the Chopard jewels, shiny tresses, and a light smokey eye look.
She definitely stepped it up for Hollywood's biggest night! Do U love??
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This is so exciting!
Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of the most fun and action-packed flicks of last year which is why we're VERY excited for a sequel!
While we knew that director Matthew Vaughn and breakout star Taron Egerton would be returning for more — word is Colin Firth will not be reprising his role in any way (news which we do NOT like just as it is) — now we've got news about the new villain.
Samuel L. Jackson was the baddie in the first one and obviously has pretty big shoes to fill, but if reports are true, Julianne Moore could be signing on to be the evil-doer in the spy movie's sequel!
While we don't know much else about the flick — other than rumors that the film could be taking place in the States instead of London — we're definitely on board with the idea of Moore joining in the action!
And is it just us or are they making all the villains American as a joke on the idea that American villains are always Brits..?
Unfortunately, there is a possibility that the Oscar-winner won't be able to ink the deal as she's juggling several other projects at the moment, including Todd Haynes' adaptation of the children's book Wonderstruck.
Would you be interested in Julianne joining the cast??
The actress stepped out in a classic white frock with black halter-neck straps that go all the way down her back.
It's super simple, but she wears it well!
Emerald earrings, diamond rings, and a chic updo finished off the polished ensem, so, that's awesome!
Tonight, the 55-year-old could do no wrong.
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Well, this was a bold choice that's for sure!
And it was LOUD!
As much as we love redheads in green, this isn't one of our favorites.
The fit was a little wonky, the bandeau bodice smooshed her boobs down, and the color was also a bit jarring.
Obviously we still love her though! Just not this outfit.
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Julianne Moore will always be a fave!
And she's one of the few actresses consistently taking on unique and challenging roles.
In the new issue of Marie Claire UK, the Oscar winner talks describes her 2015 film Freeheld, about a New Jersey police lieutenant who struggles to secure her pension for her same-sex partner — played by Ellen Page — after she is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
The film's subject matter allowed Julianne to talk frankly with her co-star about her own experiences, saying:
"Ellen was miserable. She talked to me very frankly about her own experience—what it felt like, about the nature of the discomfort. A lot of people I know came out a long time ago. None of my friends were celebrities when they came out; they were college students. So here I was talking to this very young woman, who had recently come out, about experiences that were very, very fresh, so it was a different kind of conversation."
The 55-year-old also addresses the ongoing fight for gay rights in America:
"I think it's easy for us in New York to say 'Oh, things are different' but they are not, people can still be discriminated against at work, or for housing. In some States they can be fired for being gay; they can be denied opportunities."
Last but not least, she takes on Hollywood's many, many problems:
"It's very difficult to find parts, no matter how old you are, no matter where you are and whether you're a man or a woman, the movie industry is not in the business of finding good roles for actors or actresses; it is in the business of creating films that will make as much money as possible."
Sad. But true.
We're just happy more big stars are discussing it.
Make sure you check out Julianne's full spread in the gallery (above)!
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This is so awkward.
And it begs the question: Are the editors at different versions of Marie Claire magazine not on speaking terms?
How else would pretty much the exact same dress wind up on two back-to-back covers of the magazine?
The only difference is Julianne's dress is a dark green instead of a bright blue, but it has the same flower at the throat, same mesh panels, same ruffles and buttons and everything!
We are so embarrassed for the editors, we are actually blushing.
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