Julianne Moore, 51, looked every inch the movie star at the amfAR New York Gala To Kick Off Fall 2012 Fashion Week on February 9. Moore is keeping busy with more than the red carpet, though.
Moore is leading the Valentine's Day campaign for Save the Children's U.S. Programs 'Love to Read, Read to Live' campaign. There's still time to purchase a Valentine to support the fight against poverty in the U.S. (Or heck, stock up and use them for next year!) The cards are designed by children's book authors and illustrators, including Ian Falconer, Kevin Henkes and Leuyen Pham. To learn more go here.
Meanwhile, we can't wait to see Moore play Sarah Palin in the HBO movie "Game Change," premiering March 10. According to USA Today, Moore spoke with Capitol File in an interview that appears Feb. 22, saying she "basically had two months to prepare, so I cleared my schedule of everything, literally. I cleared everything that didn't involve my family—I just let go of it and spent all my time doing research. It was total immersion. The trickiest thing is to take all these physical and vocal characteristics and somehow filter the character's essence through them. And then you personally have to meet them somewhere, too. There's this melding that has to happen."
Frankly, we'd like to know Moore's health and beauty regime, but we suspect one key to looking so vibrant is Moore's deep engagement in projects she cares about. You might call it inner beauty.
Check out the trailer for "Game Change" below: