Julianne Moore and her husband Bart Freundlich share a kiss upon arrival at the airport in the Hamptons
Julianne Moore and her husband Bart Freundlich enjoy a romantic getaway to the Hamptons.
The longtime couple arrived at the Tony Enclave airport on Friday and marked it off with a sweet kiss.
The Still Alice star, 62, rocked a classic summer look with a pair of white pants and a white crop top.
The Boogie Nights actress covered her famous red hair with a white cap and slipped her feet into a pair of brown Birkenstocks.
The Academy Award winner wore a Louis Vuitton straw bag and backpack.
Sealed with a kiss: Julianne Moore and her husband Bart Freundlich enjoy a romantic getaway to the Hamptons. The 2-year-old couple arrived at the Tony Enclave airport on Friday and marked it with a sweet kiss.
Summer vacation: The Still Alice star, 62, rocked a classic summer look with a pair of white pants and a white crop top The Boogie Nights actress covered her famously red hair with a white cap and slipped her feet into a pair of brown Birkenstocks.
Bart, 53, also looked ready for the weekend vacation in a pair of stone-colored pants and a red T-shirt.
The As The World Turns alum met the Myth Of Fingerprints director in 1996 when she was starring in his film about a dysfunctional New England family’s Thanksgiving reunion.
The couple welcomed son Caleb, 25, in 1997 and daughter Liv, 21, in 2002. They married on August 23, 2003.
Moore has appeared in all of Freundlich’s feature films except Catch That Kid (2004), The Rebound (2009), and Wolves (2016).
When Freundlich was casting the role of Mia in The Myth of the Fingerprints, he was looking for “someone who had a lot of complications, a lot of sadness beneath the surface, and portrayed very, very little on her face.”
He recounted the moment he connected with Moore at New Yorker in 2017.
She was standing outside in the cold and wind without a coat while filming The Myth of the Fingerprints.
I moved closer to her and stood with my back to the wind. I didn’t want her to be cold, and I also didn’t want to put my arm around her, or suffocate her, because I didn’t know her very well.
‘Though I couldn’t have articulated it then, I understood that I could keep her warm to a certain degree. But then the rest was going to be for her to do,’ she explained.
Meet cute: The couple met in 1996 when Bart was directing Julianne in The Myth Of Fingerprints (pictured here at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival)
Family: Julianne and Bart welcomed son Caleb in 1997 and daughter Liv in 2002 before marrying in 2003 (pictured here at the 2022 Met Gala)
Love: Moore has appeared in all of Freundlich’s feature films except Catch That Kid (2004), The Rebound (2009) and Wolves (2016) (pictured here in 2019)
And he revealed the secret of their romance of almost three decades: “We connected at that moment on an unspoken level, where she knew that I saw that flame in her, understood it and was willing not to suffocate it but to protect it.” ‘
Freundlich went on to talk about what it’s like to manage Moore.
“She’s one of those people for whom the upward portal is open, so you protect her the same way you would protect your family, by being very careful with your boundaries.
‘I envisioned it as a pilot light, this little flame that’s inside of it. If you don’t let it go off with all the conversations and ideas being expressed on a set, then you can turn it on at any time. His number one job is to protect that, even if it means being picky about you as a director,” he explained.