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Actress Julianne Moore shares her favorite books to read in O, The Oprah Magazine's Bookshelf, December 2002 issue
the books I've chosen is that they reveal how incredibly difficult life is—it's not perfect, it's not rosy—and how what we struggle with is often the best part. What's on Julianne Moore 's Bookshelf? Read more!
Anne Meara, 81, star of yahoo.com's Stiller & Meara Web series Next: Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and Julianne Moore talk to Oprah about getting older
Filmmakers know this. And thank God for that. Because watching something as gorgeous and powerful as Annette Bening and Julianne Moore wrestle in their ocean of love onscreen in The Kids Are All Right (right) does more than make a political statement
which is gonna be a movie I'm very excited about it. And movie they're doing some awesome casting so far and Julianne Moore is Sarah deal there and totally approve Ed Harris is John McCain. Already glanced on Friday holy Harrelson as Steve
come out and and supported as well to. You know I think our. New Yorkers for marriage equality campaign we've got Julianne Moore and Mayor Bloomberg and and Kevin Bacon ended Cedric you know saying. You know marriage equality is the right thing
performance as Alice in this 1999 adaptation of Jane Hamilton's novel, a 1999 Oprah's Book Club pick, and co-stars Julianne Moore , Chloë Sevigny and David Strathairn. The Deep End of the Ocean By Jacquelyn Mitchard In this 1999 film adaptation
the Post-it, and the unexpectedly tender line "Wanna fold scarves?" 11. The Hours (2002) Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore , and Meryl Streep play three women of different eras who say no to the unbearable, each in her own eloquent way
brainchild, Thanks & Giving, a children's book and accompanying CD of stories and poems from famous names like Julianne Moore , Tiger Woods and Shel Silverstein. All royalties—Thomas hopes to raise millions—will go to the revolutionary