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Even celebrities are addicted to social media!
"It's the one thing I'm addicted to. I follow a lot of comedians and news sites. I never sit quietly anymore."
Though it seems the starlet may need a break from the social media site with the premiere of her new movie the Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 and the holidays just around the corner.
In regards for to the Still Alice actress' plans for Thanksgiving, she noted:
"I like to bake – I always make cornbread at Thanksgiving, which is our favorite holiday to host. We usually have between 25 and 40 people, our family and friends that we've known since the kids were little."
Be sure to post a pic of that meal on Twitter to really give your fans some #FOMO! WE KID.
Nonetheless, feel free to let us know where to RSVP for the festive meal, m'kay?! HA!
[Image via Lexi Jones/WENN.]
Julianne Moore is a bonafide triple threat.
Not only is Julianne beautiful and talented, but she's also an activist for gun violence prevention.
After the tragic Newtown school shooting in December 2012, Moore felt compelled to start a movement on gun safety for members of the creative community.
Building off of Everytown For Gun Safety, the largest gun violence prevention organization in America, Moore founded Everytown Creative Council for celebs and other artists to connect on this very important issue.
In a well-said and flawless statement, the mother of two explained:
"As actors, we are citizens first so we believe in the Constitution and the Second Amendment. But 92 percent of the people in the United States are in favor of background checks, too, so I don't feel like I'm in the minority. I definitely feel like I'm in the majority here. For cars, you have to have training and you have to have a license, and you wear seat belts and we have airbags and we have all of these things in place that have reduced fatalities unbelievably. And it was a totally unregulated industry at first. I feel like something that is very sensible and straight forward can be done also with guns. I know people who own guns who have a gun safe because they have children in their house. These are responsible people. By talking about it, we can admit it's a problem and we can admit that we want to work together to solve it."
We love how J.M. is being educational and reasonable without any judgment! This is a shining example of how an intelligent person presents an argument!
Speaking on the overwhelmingly positive response from her friends, Julianne gushed:
Dramatic. Bold. Evocative. These words all describe two things — soap operas and Taylor Swift lyrics!
And James Corden proved that the two would seamlessly fit together in this amazing sketch!
On Monday's Late Late Show, the host put on his best (Danny Zuko from Grease?) costume and starred opposite Julianne Moore in a soap opera sketch, except pretty much ALL the dialogue was lyrics from Tay's hits!
We're not sure what our favorite part was — hearing Moore do the breakdown in Shake It Off, OR a phenomenally dramatic cameo from John Stamos at the end!
See which lyrics they used from Bad Blood, 22, Love Story, Blank Space, You Belong With Me, and many more (below)!
Probably a good thing Stephen Colbert didn't do this interview as his right-wing blowhard character!
But the conversation quickly turned to LGBT rights, the religious debate, and being out of the closet.
It may be less funny than we usually see from Stephen, but it's a nice heart-to-heart!
See the whole convo and clip (below) and see Freeheld on Friday, October 2!
Lies, lies, lies!
This time around, the late night host decided to play Box of Lies!
Between a stuffed Oscar the Grouch doll wearing a Donald Trump hat and a naked Ken doll on roller skates, they had some pretty crazy items to lie about!
Ch-ch-check out the clip (above) of Julianne and Jimmy trying to trick each other to find out who's better at lying!
We love how Miley Cyrus is using her raw talent for a good cause!
On Monday, the LGBT and inspiring movie Freeheld released a trailer featuring Miley's rendition of the flick's backdrop song, Hands of Love. While Linda Perry (she's a famous music producer married to The Talk's Sara Gilbert) wrote the song, Cyrus provided the amazing vocals to bring the melody to life.
Considering the singer is a huge supporter of the LGBT community and she even started a movement to help gay youths avoid homelessness, the choice to feature her makes perfect sense. Not to mention she has the vocals to back it all up!
Check out the stunning and emotional tune (below)!
This is always entertaining!
Looks like Billy on the Street is coming back for a fourth season with host Billy Eichner!
In the new promo, the wacky and loud host hits the street to test people's pop culture knowledge while handing out dollars to anyone who gets his questions right!
We're in for a treat this season though because the eccentric host has some big name celebs he's meeting up with! Not only does it look like we're getting major celebs in Anna Kendrick, Jason Sudeikis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Bill Hader, Tina Fey, and Julianne Moore, but Billy's teaming up with his former Parks and Rec co-star Chris Pratt!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious promo (above) for the sew season set to to premiere October 8 on its new home on TruTv!