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Still attractive: Julianne Moore does not seem to age. The 58-year-old actress looked stunning as she flashed her black bra while posing for WSJ. November magazine Innovator & # 39; s Issue, which will be in the kiosk on Saturday 9 November

Julianne Moore does not seem to age.

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The 58-year-old actress looked stunning as she flashed her black bra while posing WSJ. Journal November Innovator & # 39; s Issue, which will be on kiosk Saturday November 9th.

The glamorous actress spoke about arms control, her son Cal, the Academy Award she won for the film Still Alice 2015 and Gloria Steinem, which she plays in a new film.

Still attractive: Julianne Moore does not seem to age. The 58-year-old actress looked stunning as she flashed her black bra while posing for WSJ. November magazine Innovator & # 39; s Issue, which will be in the kiosk on Saturday 9 November

Still attractive: Julianne Moore does not seem to age. The 58-year-old actress looked stunning as she flashed her black bra while posing for WSJ. November magazine Innovator & # 39; s Issue, which will be in the kiosk on Saturday 9 November

Moore & # 39; s work on gun rifle prevention dates back to the horrific shooting in 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.

Moore remembers the senseless pain of trying to protect the Sandy Hook news from Liv, who was 10 at the time, to finally let her daughter go and ask: & # 39; Mama, a few small children were shot today ? & # 39; It made Moore realize that she had to do something to stop it.

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& # 39; I felt like I was following all these activists and mothers – especially Shannon Watts, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I feel like I'm an acolyte: how can I help her; how can i help them? & # 39;

Hit home: Moore & # 39; s work on gun gun prevention goes back to the horrific shooting in 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut

Hit home: Moore & # 39; s work on gun gun prevention goes back to the horrific shooting in 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut

Hit home: Moore & # 39; s work on gun gun prevention goes back to the horrific shooting in 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut

Sad loss: the star remembers the senseless pain of trying to protect the Sandy Hook news from Liv, who was then 10, to finally let her daughter go and ask: & # 39; Mama, are there today shot some small children? & # 39; It made Moore realize that she had to do something to stop it

Sad loss: the star remembers the senseless pain of trying to protect the Sandy Hook news from Liv, who was then 10, to finally let her daughter go and ask: & # 39; Mama, are there today shot some small children? & # 39; It made Moore realize that she had to do something to stop it

Sad loss: the star remembers the senseless pain of trying to protect the Sandy Hook news from Liv, who was then 10, to finally let her daughter go and ask: & # 39; Mama, are there today shot some small children? & # 39; It made Moore realize that she had to do something to stop it

& # 39; Julianne has been a very brave voice & # 39 ;, says Moore & # 39; s friend Shannon Watts, the founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. & # 39; She is clearly a megawatt superstar, but first and foremost she is a mother who cares about everyone's children. & # 39;

Moore then spoke about old taboos.

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& # 39; Culturally, people did not want the Second Amendment and weapons because it was somehow taboo & she said. & # 39; It was taboo because the [National Rifle Association] had made it taboo and claimed that people were un-American when they talked about things like this.

She started moving: & # 39; I felt like I was following all these activists and mothers - especially Shannon Watts, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I feel like I'm an acolyte: how can I help her; how can i help them? & # 39;

She started moving: & # 39; I felt like I was following all these activists and mothers - especially Shannon Watts, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I feel like I'm an acolyte: how can I help her; how can i help them? & # 39;

She started moving: & # 39; I felt like I was following all these activists and mothers – especially Shannon Watts, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I feel like I'm an acolyte: how can I help her; how can i help them? & # 39;

& # 39; So I thought: & # 39; Okay, so if [the NRA] has succeeded in running this public relations campaign from the end, why don't I let the people in my community – our community – speak? & # 39; & # 39;

Moore loves Walmart & # 39; s public appeal to its customers in open-carry states not to bring weapons into its stores.

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& # 39; That is success, & # 39; said Moore. & # 39; That's Moms Demand [action], people who say, "Hey, we want to shop in your stores."

Old manners: Moore then spoke about old taboos. & # 39; Culturally, people were not happy to talk about the Second Amendment and weapons, because it was somehow taboo & # 39 ;, she said

Old manners: Moore then spoke about old taboos. & # 39; Culturally, people were not happy to talk about the Second Amendment and weapons, because it was somehow taboo & # 39 ;, she said

Old manners: Moore then spoke about old taboos. & # 39; Culturally, people were not happy to talk about the Second Amendment and weapons, because it was somehow taboo & # 39 ;, she said

Time for a big change: & # 39; It was taboo because the [National Rifle Association] made it taboo and claimed that people were un-American when they talked about things like this, & # 39; she added

Time for a big change: & # 39; It was taboo because the [National Rifle Association] made it taboo and claimed that people were un-American when they talked about things like this, & # 39; she added

Time for a big change: & # 39; It was taboo because the [National Rifle Association] made it taboo and claimed that people were un-American when they talked about things like this, & # 39; she added

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& # 39; If you get the chance to make change through what you buy, why not? We are in a capitalist society.

& # 39; I felt like I was following all these activists and mothers – especially Shannon Watts, & # 39; she also noted. & # 39; I feel like I'm an acolyte: how can I help her; how can i help them? & # 39;

One of her co-stars also spoke about her character.

Jeff Bridges, who played two other films alongside Lebowski with Moore, said about Moore. & # 39; Some actors want you to name them by the character's name, and they are not that involved. & # 39;

The vet added: & # 39; But Julie is very attractive. We love to hang out. She is just a sweet person. & # 39;

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He also said there could be a Lebowski sequel: & # 39; I don't know if that will ever happen, but when we see each other, we like to fantasize about it. & # 39;

Their boy: she also spoke about her son Cal, a basketball player. & # 39; We are very proud of him, & # 39; she said. & # 39; What's so funny is that there are all those families who love, what? Do you want to become an actor? Are you joking? Find a real job! When [Cal] wanted to play basketball, I thought: what? Do you want to exercise? What about music? & # 39; Seen in August

Their boy: she also spoke about her son Cal, a basketball player. & # 39; We are very proud of him, & # 39; she said. & # 39; What's so funny is that there are all those families who love, what? Do you want to become an actor? Are you joking? Find a real job! When [Cal] wanted to play basketball, I thought: what? Do you want to exercise? What about music? & # 39; Seen in August

Their boy: she also spoke about her son Cal, a basketball player. & # 39; We are very proud of him, & # 39; she said. & # 39; What's so funny is that there are all those families who love, what? Do you want to become an actor? Are you joking? Find a real job! When [Cal] wanted to play basketball, I thought: what? Do you want to exercise? What about music? & # 39; Seen in August

She also spoke about her son Cal, a basketball player.

& # 39; We are very proud of him, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; What's so funny is that there are all those families who love, what? Do you want to become an actor? Are you joking? Find a real job! When [Cal] wanted to play basketball, I thought: what? Do you want to exercise? What about music? & # 39;

Moore then weighed how hard it is to find a career,

Their son is doing well: here Cal is seen with a friend in his team

Their son is doing well: here Cal is seen with a friend in his team

Their son is doing well: here Cal is seen with a friend in his team

& # 39; It's hard to keep working, continue with work that interests you, & # 39; she said. & # 39; I always talk to my children about that. Because they make choices … I'm like, if you're lucky to find something that interests you and can pursue this, that's fantastic. That is what you want. That is a measure of success if you do something that you really enjoy and you succeed in getting paid, because that is not a matter of course. & # 39;

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She also said that getting an Oscar should not be a goal.

& # 39; That can't be true. It is a marker. I remember someone asking Jodie Foster to win an Oscar, and she said: Oh my god, it was such a relief. & # 39;

Moore laughs. & # 39; I laughed, because that's how it feels. You have to work for work. You have to like the process and like it because you like it. And yet our culture has these competitions and these prizes … so on the one hand it feels like, Phew.

Their family: Moore, her husband Bart Freundlich, son Caleb and daughter Liv pose after being honored with Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame, Los Angeles in 2013

Their family: Moore, her husband Bart Freundlich, son Caleb and daughter Liv pose after being honored with Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame, Los Angeles in 2013

Their family: Moore, her husband Bart Freundlich, son Caleb and daughter Liv pose after being honored with Star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame, Los Angeles in 2013

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& # 39; On the other hand it is like that, are you kidding? Has that really happened to me? She grew up watching the Oscars on TV like everyone else. The fact that I eventually became part of that show was much further than I could ever have expected. & # 39;

She then plays Gloria Steinem in The Glorias in January 2020.

Steinem was a consultant for the film.

& # 39; She is just as glorious as you would imagine, & # 39; offered the actress.

& # 39; She is very smart, which is obvious, but she is also incredibly thoughtful and patient and tolerant.

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& # 39; Her ability to not be rushed and talk to people who are very different from them and not judge is really an example. You literally think, OK, what would Gloria Steinem do? How would she handle this situation? Because she would handle it beautifully. & # 39;

Next role: She then plays Gloria Steinem in The Glorias in January 2020. Steinem was an advisor for the film. & # 39; She is just as glorious as you would imagine, & # 39; offered the actress. Gloria can be seen here in NYC in October

Next role: She then plays Gloria Steinem in The Glorias in January 2020. Steinem was an advisor for the film. & # 39; She is just as glorious as you would imagine, & # 39; offered the actress. Gloria can be seen here in NYC in October

Next role: She then plays Gloria Steinem in The Glorias in January 2020. Steinem was an advisor for the film. & # 39; She is just as glorious as you would imagine, & # 39; offered the actress. Gloria can be seen here in NYC in October

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