‘Game Change’ Star Julianne Moore Participates In Pro-Obama Ad
1:30 pm, November 1st | by Laura Donovan
Just because she played Sarah Palin doesn’t mean she votes Republican. “The Kids Are All Right” actress Julianne Moore just participated in a pro-Obama campaign ad, attesting that he’s going to do more for women than GOP contender and rival Mitt Romney.
“[Obama] believes every woman should make her own health care decisions, without interference from politicians,” Moore said, according to a news release. “Millions of women rely on Planned Parenthood for their basic health care,” she said. “And it is up to us — to every woman across the country — to support the only presidential candidate who gets this.”
The redheaded performer wasn’t the only celebrity to appear in the clip. Singer Mary J. Blige also got in on the video.
It’s been quite a political year for Moore, who starred in spring’s “Game Change,” a film about the 2008 election. Moore played former Alaska governor Sarah Palin and even won an Emmy for the portrayal. Moore said of the accomplishment at the awards ceremony:
“Wow, I feel so vindicated, because Sarah Palin gave me a big thumbs down!”
So did daughter Bristol, but that’s nothing to dwell upon either.
Watch the ad below: