Julianne Moore crosses her legs on the cover of Los Angeles Confidential‘s Spring 2015 issue, out on newsstands now!
Here’s what the 54-year-old actress had to share with the mag:
On the excitement of possibly winning an Oscar: “To be even in conversation about it, to have people be excited about your work… You know we all love praise. It’s an honor to be discussed in this way. Of course—of course—I’m thrilled. And for a little movie like this, which we barely finished, that people made because they cared about it—and it’s a story about knowing what it means to be a human being, that’s what’s great too. And it makes you feel hope, right?”
On her husband’s reaction when watching Still Alice: “I was sitting taking notes and heard these sounds, and I was like, ‘Bart?! Are you crying?!’ What’s interesting is in as much as Hollywood deals with externalization—with what people look like and that kind of thing—Alzheimer’s really gets to what’s most important, which is who are you on the inside?”
On keeping family life and work separate: “I’m not joking when I say I’m compartmentalized. My home life, my family is separate. My work as an actor, the interviews and the photo shoots and the red carpet, that is in another box altogether. I think it’s important for me to keep that stuff in a separate box so that I know what it is. If you start to confuse things, and if you start to believe that the interest shown to you in a beautiful dress is commensurate to the work you’re doing as a mother, I think you can get into trouble.”
For more on Julianne, visit La-confidential-magazine.com!