Julianne Moore exudes Hollywood glamor in new Town & Country recordings

Stunning: she plays an opera singer in the new Bel Canto film, and Julianne Moore continues to hit the right notes in a shiny new photo shoot on behalf of Town & Country

She plays an opera singer in the new Bel Canto film, and Julianne Moore continues to record the right notes in a shiny new photo shoot on behalf of Town & Country.

The celebrated actress takes center stage in the October issue of the magazine and chooses a series of elegant dresses during the discussion of her latest film, her relationship with opera and the view of her teenage daughter on her film choices.

Completely in line with her status as a Hollywood superstar, Julianne, 57, red carpet is waiting in a midnight blue Valentino halterneck in the first of three heavily stylized image sequences published by the publication.

Stunning: she plays an opera singer in the new Bel Canto film, and Julianne Moore continues to hit the right notes in a shiny new photo shoot on behalf of Town & Country

Stunning: she plays an opera singer in the new Bel Canto film, and Julianne Moore continues to hit the right notes in a shiny new photo shoot on behalf of Town & Country

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Dripping in Cartier High jewelry, the actress finds a series of sultry poses in a large salon dominated by a spiral staircase.

In a second July, Valentino sweeps sweeping cream Dior Couture and Sparks Cartier for subtle Ana Khouri earrings as she examines her reflection in a large mirror, three versions of the American star staring back.

In the third she conveys a wide range of emotions, with decadent indifference, down-to-earth reflection and high fear, while she models an elegant pleated dress.

Tasteful: The celebrated actress takes center stage in the October issue of the magazine and chooses a series of elegant gowns during the discussion of her latest film, her relationship with opera and the look of her teenage daughter on her film choices.

Tasteful: The celebrated actress takes center stage in the October issue of the magazine and chooses a series of elegant gowns during the discussion of her latest film, her relationship with opera and the look of her teenage daughter on her film choices.

Tasteful: The celebrated actress takes center stage in the October issue of the magazine and chooses a series of elegant gowns during the discussion of her latest film, her relationship with opera and the look of her teenage daughter on her film choices.

The actress plays Roxanne Cross, a famous soprano imprisoned by dissident guerrillas after a trip to South America for a private concert in the new Bel Canto film.

It is the latest addition to a diverse back catalog of films that began almost thirty years ago with a subordinate role in little-known comedy horror Tales from the Darkside: The Movie.

Her character encounters a creepy ending in that particular film, and she admits that it is a recurring theme that her 16-year-old daughter Liv has left bitter.

Talented: in one series she brings a wide range of emotions, with decadent indifference, down-to-earth reflection and high fear, while she models an elegant pleated dress

Talented: in one series she brings a wide range of emotions, with decadent indifference, down-to-earth reflection and high fear, while she models an elegant pleated dress

Talented: in one series she brings a wide range of emotions, with decadent indifference, down-to-earth reflection and high fear, while she models an elegant pleated dress

Strangely enough, many of my roles are thrown together in one heap & # 39 ;, she told the publication. & # 39; There was a series of housewives from the fifties who were thrown at me at the same time.

& # 39; Or you do a lot of funny things at once. My daughter recently asked me about a project: "Do you die one more time, Mom? I feel you think you're always dying." & # 39;

Julianne added an extra string to her bow as she prepared for her new film by learning to sing opera instead of relying on overdubs during production.

And she admits that her method approach adds an extra degree of authenticity to the final product.

Opening up: Julianne admits that her 16-year-old daughter Liv is annoyed because so many of her characters have died

Opening up: Julianne admits that her 16-year-old daughter Liv is annoyed because so many of her characters have died

Opening up: Julianne admits that her 16-year-old daughter Liv is annoyed because so many of her characters have died

& # 39; For me, research is the most important, & # 39; she explained. When I play an opera singer, I better learn what it is to be an opera singer or able to approach it.

& # 39; I am going to know my rules. I'm going to know the music. I'm going to know all those things. But with that preparation you can put it on the camera. & # 39;

The full interview is available in the October issue of Town & Country, on September 18th.

Read all about it: The full interview is available in the October issue of Town & Country, on September 18th

Read all about it: The full interview is available in the October issue of Town & Country, on September 18th

Read all about it: The full interview is available in the October issue of Town & Country, on September 18th

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