Julianne Moore is on the cover of More's March issue and she talks about the most random things in her interview.
Her are some HIGHlights:
On celebrity magazines:
"They encourage young women, and some middle-aged women, to be interested in somebody else’s narrative rather than their own. I don’t want my daughter or her friends to be interested in Jessica Simpson; I want them to be interested in what’s happening in their own lives."
On plastic surgery and aging:
"I feel that with a few exceptions, people always look like they’ve had surgery; they don’t look any younger. I’m 51, and no matter what I do to my face, I'm still going to be 51. Age is about life span, about the journey we take…it gets back to narrative: You have to be where you are in your story and enjoy it for what it is."
On her quirky love of Beavers:
"Beavers don’t seem that industrious when you look at them, but they make those dams, little by little…I am diligent. That’s one of my qualities: diligence. Not very glamorous, but true."
We never knew she had such an obsession with narrative. Maybe that comes from being an actress.
[Image courtesy of More.]