Julianne Moore unleashed her inner model for a cover and accompanying photo editorial in T magazine.
Moore hasn’t always been so comfortable in her skin though. Her first experience acting on stage in front of a live audience didn’t come easy to her. The actress explained, “I sat on the stage and ate a sandwich while Charlie Brown talked about me. I was so scared. I didn’t get any pleasure out of that.”
As for her upcoming role in “Carrie,” Moore explained, “The only family she has is this child, so when she starts to move away from her and into the world it’s incredibly threatening. All she ever does is warn Carrie about the outside world — ‘They’re going to laugh at you, they’re going to hurt you,’ cause that’s been her experience. The horrible thing is she’s right!”
That role is a far cry from her role as Sarah Palin in “Game Change.” According to Moore, “I think whatever you do, you have to have a real amount of compassion for your character as a human being. She was in a completely untenable situation. She had an incredible natural charisma [and a] crazy innate confidence.”
Read more in the latest issue of T, available now.