Julianne Moore says an industry colleague told her to be prettier


The actress Julianne Moore, recognized in the film industry and owner of an Oscar statuette, revealed that a colleague recently criticized her appearance. The person, whose name she did not reveal, said she should take more care of herself to look better.

“Someone in the film industry said to me, ‘You should try to look prettier.’ So I said, ‘I don’t know if I can do it,'” she said in an interview with The Times (via EW!).

the actress of Still Alice, currently 62 years old, revealed that social norms influenced her for a long time. She wondered if she could be a promising actress, even though she had red hair, which she inherited from her Scottish mother.

“My red hair made me feel like an outsider growing up. Redheads make up two percent of the world’s population. No one wants to feel like they’re in the minority, especially as a kid. Now I identify very well with my hair and freckles, but there is still a part of me that prefers brown blonde.”

However, the actress continues to be a huge success when she stars in several productions acclaimed by the critics, as is the case with When you’re done saving the world, directed by Jesse Eisenberg, which premieres January 20.

Juliane Moore in The Woman at the Window (playback)

Julianne Moore is in editing Stephen King on Apple TV+

The actress is the main star of the series Lisey’s storybased on the novel by Stephen King.

In an interview with the EW website, she commented that she was thrilled when she received the invitation to the production. She even commented on the book that inspired the series and hinted that she is a fan of the author’s work.

“I was attracted to the work because of Stephen and also because it was something very personal to him.”

“One of the things that’s amazing about Stephen and his writing is that he can explore human relationships, but in a fantastic way,” she said.

“This story was sort of an exploration of a mature, long-term, mature relationship, a marriage, and what it meant in light of the secrets they shared.”

She also stated that the production was careful to keep the series as faithful to King’s novel as possible, something that usually makes fans happy.

“Everything is in the mini-series, because there is so much in the book, psychological horror, romance, mystery, a little bit of sci-fi and a kind of creepy brutality,” he concluded. Lisey’s story is available on Apple TV+.

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