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My (Not Actually Real) Oscar Day Interview With Julianne Moore.

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Tonight, Julianne Moore, 54, is the odds-on favorite to win her first Academy award for her work in the film Still Alice. Moore, who has starred in some of the best movies of the last 20 years (Boogie Nights, The Fugitive) some of the strangest (Hannibal, Psycho) and blockbusters (The Lost World, The Hunger Games) is one of the busiest actresses working today and one of the most respected. Moore has worked with many of the greatest directors of our time (Spielberg, Altman, Anderson) and has earned many awards during her long career most notably an Emmy in 2012 for portraying Sarah Palin in the HBO movie Game Change. Moore has battled dinosaurs, Norman Bates and Hannibal Lector onscreen but I bet the Palin role is the one which still gives her nightmares. Seriously, I'm amazed that movie never wound up in the horror section of my local video store.    

And now, here is my (not real) interview with Mrs. Moore:

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Tonight, Julianne Moore, 54, is the odds-on favorite to win her first Academy award for her work in the film Still Alice. Moore, who has starred in some of the best movies of the last 20 years (Boogie Nights, The Fugitive) some of the strangest (Hannibal, Psycho) and blockbusters (The Lost World, The Hunger Games) is one of the busiest actresses working today and one of the most respected. Moore has worked with many of the greatest directors of our time (Spielberg, Altman, Anderson) and has earned many awards during her long career most notably an Emmy in 2012 for portraying Sarah Palin in the HBO movie Game Change. Moore has battled dinosaurs, Norman Bates and Hannibal Lector onscreen but I bet the Palin role is the one which still gives her nightmares. Seriously, I'm amazed that movie never wound up in the horror section of my local video store.    

Here is my (not real) interview with Mrs. Moore:

Jason: Hi, Julianne. Thanks for taking the time to chat with me today.

Jason: I've been a major fan of your work ever since I saw you in The Hand That Rocks the Cradle and The Fugitive. Do you appreciate it when fans express their admiration for you?

Jason: Early on in your career, you starred in the erotic thriller Body of Evidence with Willem Dafoe and Madonna. Do you ever feel the urge to go back and watch that movie?

Jason: At the time of that movie's release, Madonna was arguably the biggest female celebrity on the planet and you were a relative newcomer. What did she say to you when she met you?

Jason: Wow. Did she say anything else?

Jason: I see. Well tonight, you are the odds-on favorite to win the best actress Academy Award. How does that feel?

Jason: Do you know what you might say once you win and hold that statue in your hand?

Jason: I hate to ask but, how will you feel if you don't win?

Jason: But you're absolutely determined to win that Oscar tonight, right?

Jason: Tonight, you could win your first Oscar and a few years ago you won an Emmy for HBO's Game Change. What would you say to Sarah Palin after she widely criticized your performance of her in that movie?

Jason: Then what do you think you'd say to her?

Jason: Well, speaking of terrifying creatures, you've starred in remakes of a number of classic horror movies including Psycho and Carrie. Are there any other movies you'd love to star in the remake of?

Jason: Really? What about Fifty Shades of Grey? Why don't you give us your best Fifty Shades of Grey look:

Jason: You know, they remade The Karate Kid a few years ago with Will Smith's son but the original karate kid Ralph Macchio didn't appear in it. What did you think about that?

Jason: Really? well, I'm sure he'd consider that high praise coming from you. What did you think of the remake with Will's kid?

Jason: What will you be feeling if you win tonight?

Jason: Yes. All the time. What are your plans for after you win?

Jason: Well, thanks so much, Julianne and good luck to you tonight.

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