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Julianne Moore: 'The Kids Are All Right' Trailer!

Julianne Moore: 'The Kids Are All Right' Trailer!

My favorite film at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival was The Kids Are All Right and the trailer has finally arrived!

Synopsis: Two children (Alice in Wonderland’s Mia Wasikowska and Journey to the Center of the Earth’s Josh Hutcherson) conceived by artificial insemination bring their birth father into their family life (Julianne Moore and Annette Bening).

The Kids Are All Right opens nationwide on July 7th. Check out the trailer below!!!








Julianne Moore: ‘The Kids Are All Right’ Trailer!
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23 Responses to “Julianne Moore: 'The Kids Are All Right' Trailer!”

  1. 1
    Justme Says:

    A big ‘thank you’ to them for spelling the word ‘All right’ as it should be. ‘Alright’ is just wrong.

  2. 2
    n Says:

    Haha it looks alright. Sorry justme I wasnt having a go. Thats just how I spell it.

    Good cast.

  3. 3
    Wishdone Says:

    It actually looks pretty good.

  4. 4
    kim Says:

    love love love love mark ruffalo

  5. 5
    Afrika Says:

    Both Julianne Moore and Annette deserve oscars. It’s a Fu cking shame that mediocre have actresses like sandra bullock and jennfer hudson have Oscars yet extremely talented actresses like Julianne and moore don’t.

    Also, Yaya dacosta from America’s next top model is in this. She’s an amazing actress so I’m happy for her.

  6. 6
    Stacee Says:

    To me, after watching the trailer …seems like kids need both parents. It’s just how it should be. A masculine and feminine figure in your life. :)

  7. 7
    sarafina Says:

    Cannot wait to see this movie……..looks really good…… Julianne and Annette great actresses……………

  8. 8
    deneb Says:

    I LOVE MARK!

  9. 9
    Emma Says:

    lol it actually looks pretty good. Will definitely go see that.

  10. 10
    sally p. Says:

    Afrika, Jennifer Hudson deserved her Oscar. Hudson was incredible in “Dreamgirls” (not just the singing, but also the acting ) – and I’m not a musical fan ( the originial “Willy Wonka” is the only musical I truly enjoy watching ) .

    Now, I like the down -to-earth Sandy Bullock, but she didn’t deserve her Oscar win ( nor Oscar nomination). Bullock won because she is beloved & very popular within the Hollywood industry , not just among actors, but also the people that work behind the camera. Last year on t.v. , some actress stated she badly wanted to work with Sandra because she has a reputation of being incredibly generous with the cast & crew on her films. Bullock is always bestowing gifts, & creating a fun & lively movie set . Hollywood is like High School – a popularity contest. Remember, Julia Roberts won an undeserved Oscar, when the performances of Laura Linney and Ellen Burstyn were more deserving of the win.

  11. 11
    lexy hates bilson Says:

    Wow! What a great cast of talented actors! Can’t wait for the movie!!

  12. 12
    sally p. Says:

    Yes, the film looks good. The film is already critically acclaimed due to the premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Expect Oscar nominations for Moore & Bening.

  13. 13
    ashley Says:

    ugh, that girl mia cannot act, she ruined alice in wonderland. but i will be seeing this for underrated josh hutcherson, mark ruffalo, julianne moore, and annette bening

  14. 14
    Katie n Says:

    Looks like a great movie. And one that reflects our changing social landscape. Kudos to the people involved in the making.

  15. 15
    Ali Says:

    Looks like it will be a hit. I just wish Mark Ruffalo would find another note in her acting and his voice – he always seems the same to me. Laconic and muffled. I think he is a good actor; I just want more range in his expression.

    Love Mia Wasikowska – I’d see anything she is in. And Bening and MOore are both fabulous. This is a winner!

  16. 16
    lexy hates bilson Says:

    Mia is a great young actress. Didn’t see Alice in Wonderland b/c it looks kind of lame but she was excellent on the HBO series In Treatment.

  17. 17
    Tina Says:

    @Stacee: I AGREE!

  18. 18
    Susan Gabriel Says:

    It’s great to see Hollywood being more inclusive in its themes. (Thank you Annette Bening and Julianne Moore for your part!)

    I think Cholodenko is an excellent filmmaker. I really look forward to this one. I love how fresh and creative she is, as well as how she’s not afraid to tackle contemporary storylines.

    Susan Gabriel
    author of Seeking Sara Summers
    ( a novel with a contemporary, fresh storyline)

  19. 19
    Johno Says:

    What is the song at the very end of the trailer. I’ve tried to find it and can’t.

  20. 20
    J. Says:

    “Out of the Blue” by Juilian Casablancas

  21. 21
    Watch The Kids All Right Says:

    great, really love wATCHING

  22. 22
    Leslie Says:

    Great movie………however I must comment …not sure on what planet lesbians watch MALE gay porn to “get off”…..and sadly though they are both brilliant actresses there was no romantic chemistry between the ladies (see The L word …for chemistry)….however nice hot chemistry between Julianne and whats his name.

  23. 23
    Brit Says:

    @Johno:
    I know it’s something by The Strokes, but I just can’t remember the name. It’s making me crazy cause I was just listening to it!

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