Thursday, September 7, 2017

Julianne Moore on the October 2017 Cover of InStyle Magazine


Julianne Moore was at the Venice Festival promoting her new film and she is also on the October 2017 cover of InStyle magazine. Julianne glows on the beauty issue which she is featured on six covers, shot by Anthony Maule. In the issue, she talks her three new film, her kids, success and more. Continue below to read excerpts from Julianne's interview. For more on her feature, visit InStyle.com and pick up a copy on newsstand.  




On her character in the Kingsman:
I wanted Poppy to be someone who made you think that she’s strange but reasonable. She wants to be on TV, so a lot of what she does is really presentational. She wants to be seen.

On being nice:
“ I mean, I remember when I was a waitress when I was first in New York. I’d wait on tables and there were people who wouldn’t even make eye contact. It feels so terrible to have someone literally not look at you. The worst thing you can do to someone is not see them, make them feel invisible. It’s really important for us as human beings that we acknowledge people, that we make them feel seen. Because why wouldn’t you?

On her kids watching her films:
I don’t need them to see me as anything but their mother. It’s most important for them to know that I love my work, that I’m engaged in it.

On her success:
Sometimes I look back and think, ‘I don’t know how I even got this idea to be an actor.’ But I had a lot of interest in it, and that gave me the drive. I think the day I stop being so interested in it, I’ll be less ambitious.

Credit: InStyle


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