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Jimmy Fallon and Julianne Moore Compete Playing Random Instruments (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 29th 2011 5:01AM
Julianne Moore, 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'Jimmy Fallon loves to play games with his celebrity guests on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), but the one he came up with for Julianne Moore was certainly one of the more challenging.

They had to randomly pick instruments to play in the hopes that someone could guess what song they were playing. In this we learned that Moore cannot get a recognizable song of any kind out of a trombone, while Fallon was only marginally better on the cello.

Fallon, though, absolutely nailed 'Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star' on the harmonica, and still Chris Kattan could not figure out what it was. Oh sure, he knew the tune but he couldn't come up with even a part of the name in 30 seconds. Probably, it was on the tip of his tongue driving him just as crazy as it was Fallon. How often do we really hear that tune?

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Julianne Moore Goes for a Spin, or Many Spins, With Tanner Foust (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 27th 2011 2:27AM
Julianne Moore & Tanner Foust, 'Late Show with David Letterman'Julianne Moore lucked out by picking tonight to be a guest on 'Late Show with David Letterman' (Weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS). Because she was there, she got the opportunity to jump into a car with 'Top Gear' co-host and stunt driver Tanner Foust.

We're not sure she knew fully what she was in for. After all, they were simply sitting on a narrow street in New York and there were plenty of people around. How crazy could it get?

Then Foust started doing the tightest and fastest donuts you can do, in complete control of the car at all times, while Moore simply shrieked. We'd like to say it was in delight. When it was over, all she could say was, "Oh my God. I'm so dizzy." But she was smiling.

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Steve Carell Misses His 'Office' Friends, But Says He Won't Be Back for Any Cameos (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 26th 2011 2:35PM
Matt Lauer, Steve Carell, and Julianne Moore on 'Today'Steve Carell is one of the funniest comedic actors around, but every so often he's called upon to play it straight. Matt Lauer brought up Carell's versatility on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC), when he and Julianne Moore stopped by to promote their new film, 'Crazy, Stupid, Love.' He asked Carell if he felt comfortable doing drama, and also how it felt to see 'The Office' go on without him.

To answer Lauer's first question, Carell said, "Yes, I am a very fine dramatic actor. I know that's the point you were trying to make." Lauer laughed and said he wanted Carell to say it himself. "Well, I wanted to say it, and I was hoping that that subject would come up, because I really have a lot of pride in my dynamic dramatic acting," Carell deadpanned, motioning toward Moore. "She was so intimidated by me."

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Sean Young Joins 'The Young and the Restless'

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 26th 2010 4:00PM
sean_young_dga_awards_2009File this under another daytime TV shocker: According to PEOPLE, actress Sean Young ('Blade Runner') will make her daytime debut on the longrunning CBS soap 'The Young and the Restless.' She'll play Meggie, a "sultry barmaid" who becomes involved with Victor Newman, played by her 'Man Who Came Back' co-star, Eric Braeden. Young's role is set to tape in May.

Young is one of two A-listers taping next month: As we previously reported, 'Baywatch' alum David Hasselhoff will make a brief cameo return as Dr. William "Snapper" Foster, Jr., though his role will not overlap with Young's.

"Getting the chance to work with my dear friend Eric Braeden, one of the true gentlemen in entertainment, was certainly a deciding factor for me as well as wanting to get back to work after taking a few years off to raise my kids," Young said, according to PEOPLE.

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'30 Rock' - 'Lee Marvin vs. Derek Jeter' Recap

by Jane Boursaw, posted Apr 23rd 2010 11:40AM
(S04E17) "Thank you, Lemon, but my true present is that exquisite ensemble. You look like a prison weed dealer." - Jack to Liz, on her singles dodge ball outfit.

Jack, Jack, Jack! I guess there are worse things than having to choose between gorgeous Elizabeth Banks and beautiful Julianne Moore on your 51st birthday. I'm with Liz, though. Guys have it easy. They just get more distinguished and stately as they get older. Girls get flabby arms and wrinkles. " You're juggling two beautiful women while I have to pay to have kick balls whipped at me," says Liz. "This is gender inequity out the yang."

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Julianne Moore Reprises Role on 'As the World Turns' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Apr 5th 2010 4:00PM
As a way to honor the end of the soap which launched her career as an actress, Julianne Moore briefly reprised her role as Frannie Hughes today on 'As the World Turns' (weekdays, 2PM ET on CBS). Moore played the dual roles of half-sisters Frannie and Sabrina on the soap from 1985 until 1988, when she won a Daytime Emmy Award.

Officially canceled by CBS last December, 'As the World Turns' is a casualty of declining ratings and a changing daytime TV landscape in which soaps are waning overall. The show will come to a close in September after a 54-year run.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Julianne Moore Returns to 'As the World Turns' on Monday

by Allison Waldman, posted Apr 1st 2010 11:05AM
julianne_moore_close_upWhen it was announced last month that movie star Julianne Moore was returning to 'As the World Turns' for a guest appearance, it sounded like a prank. And the fact that today is April 1 -- April Fool's Day -- maybe you think this is a gag. It's not. Julianne Moore, four-time Oscar-nominated actress -- is really going back to her roots.

On Monday, April 5, Julianne Moore will be on 'As the World Turns' as Frannie Hughes, the character she played from 1985-87 on the CBS soap. She also played Frannie's look-alike British twin Sabrina. She was so good on 'ATWT' that she won the Daytime Emmy in 1988 for Outstanding Ingenue in a Drama Series. And she was! So often in the soap genre, actors are given the opportunity to play a twin -- evil or not -- and they either rise to the occasion... or crash and burn.

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Julianne Moore's 'As the World Turns' Cameo Set For April 5

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 31st 2010 3:30PM
Julianne MooreJulianne Moore will make her much-hyped cameo appearance on the final season of 'As the World Turns' on Apr. 5.

According to EW.com -- which has a sneak peek of her cameo -- Moore's character will greet her parents and wish them well and, well, that's about it.

Moore originally appeared on 'As the World Turns' in 1985, playing the dual role of half-sisters Frannie and Sabrina Hughes. The actress won a Daytime Emmy for the role(s) in 1988. She's one of many to have played dual roles on soaps. (Check out our rundown for more.)

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Soaps' Most Famous Dual Roles: Heche, Moore, Canary and More

by Michael Maloney, posted Mar 18th 2010 5:00PM
Julianne Moore's return to her role as Frannie Hughes on 'As The World Turns' and the upcoming retirement of David Canary from his part as Adam Chandler on 'All My Children' got us thinking: some of the best performances on daytime television have come from actors who've played dual roles!

Here's a look back at ten stars that have done double-duty (and sometimes more) in TV's most demanding genre.

Anne Heche, 'Another World'
Marley Love. The sheltered sister of Donna and Peter Love, Marley had traditional teen woes before discovering her family tree had a case of root rot -- Marley was, in reality, Donna's daughter.

Check out the rest after the jump.

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Julianne Moore and Toni Collette Play Charades on 'Jimmy Fallon' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 16th 2010 5:10AM
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Toni Collette, Julianne MooreDo you ever get the feeling the late night hosts are running out of stuff to do? On 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC), Julianne Moore and Toni Collette played charades.

Ok, there are probably worse things than watching Jimmy Fallon try to do 'Jersey Shore' in charades. We can't think of any at the moment, though.

Watch the video after the jump.

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It's Official: Julianne Moore Returns to 'As the World Turns'

by Brad Trechak, posted Mar 1st 2010 12:29PM
Julianne MooreConfirming the rumor that was previously mentioned here on TV Squad, Julianne Moore will in fact be returning to the show and the Emmy-winning role that she played from 1985 to 1988. Moore is certainly at the point in her career where she can do whatever she wants, even if it's for nostalgia's sake.

This is a pretty big deal as movie stars rarely do a career step backwards, but Julianne Moore has been unconventional as of recent (thinking primarily of her '30 Rock' appearance). What if other movie stars returned to the roles that spawned them? Would Robin Williams play Mork again? What about having Bruce Willis revisit David Addison? Of course, neither of those shows are soap operas that are still in production, so the logistics would be a little tougher.

Or maybe this is just a case of a fading star trying to keep the shine going? What do you think? Sound off in the comments.

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Will Julianne Moore Return to 'As the World Turns'?

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 1st 2010 11:03AM
julianne_moore_before_they_were_stars_abcOnce upon a time, long before 'Boogie Nights' and 'Far From Heaven' and '30 Rock' and a zillion other projects, Julianne Moore was a soap opera sensation. She was riveting in 1988 when she won a Daytime Emmy for playing Frannie Hughes and her look-alike sister, whom she had never known growing up, Sabrina Fullerton, on 'As the World Turns.'

With the end of the soap coming in September 2010, reportedly CBS has asked Julianne Moore to make a brief return to 'As the World Turns' ... for old time's sake.

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Julianne Moore Eyes Return to 'As the World Turns'

by Scott Harris, posted Mar 1st 2010 10:30AM
For years, novelty mugs and t-shirts have sported the pithy slogan "Stop the world, I want to get off." But for Julianne Moore, the opposite may be true: The 'World' is about to stop -- and she's ready to get back on.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Moore is in talks to return to where it all started for her, the long-running CBS soap opera 'As the World Turns.' The afternoon staple, which debuted back in 1956, is slated to end its 54-year saga run September.

UPDATE: EW.com has since confirmed Moore's appearance, which will be a walk-on role that may tape as early as Wednesday.

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Julianne Moore, Maria Bello Among Big Name Talent on Nets' "Wish List"

by Audrey Fine, posted Jan 27th 2010 1:00PM
Julianne MooreOnce upon a time, hot shot movie actors would never have deigned to stoop so low as to appear on -- gasp --- TV, but thanks to big screen talent like Glen Close ('Damages'), Alec Baldwin ('30 Rock') and Laurence Fishburne ('CSI) having made the leap, more and more "A listers" have begun to think of the old boob tube as less, well, boob-y.

In fact, during any given pilot season, the networks compile a "wish list" of movie stars they'd love to get their mitts on and this year's no different. The Hollywood Reporter details that this time 'round, Oscar nominee Julianne Moore and indie darling Maria Bello rest atop the list for several of the more meaty female roles.

It seems that Moore, who's been dipping her toes into the television pool with a [much-mailgned] guest arc on '30 Rock' would be the dream addition to the Peacock net's take on PBS' long-running 'Prime Suspect.' ABC, too, has its eyes on Moore for its upcoming comedic drama 'Scoundrels' but has also approached Bello and former box office heavyweight-turned-compulsive-tweeter, Demi Moore about the role of a mom who tries to get her family of small-time criminals back on the straight and narrow.

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'30 Rock' Season 4 Episode 8 - 'Secret Santa' (VIDEO)

by Elizabeth Chan, posted Dec 11th 2009 2:10PM
'30 RockIt's holiday time at '30 Rock,' and Kenneth wants everyone to participate in his Secret Santa gifting. Not everyone is a fan, and most will do everything to avoid it -- including making up a fake religion. Turns out gift-giving is a sensitive topic for the team at TJS.

Also, Jack is reunited with an old high school flame (Julianne Moore) after reconnecting on a social network, and Liz and Jack offer to exchange Christmas presents.

Watch this full episode of '30 Rock' after the jump.

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