3:00 pm, January 6th | by Laura Donovan
Jessica Chastain is getting showered with praise for her role in drama ”Zero Dark Thirty,” leading many to believe she could win Best Actress this awards season. But as faithful fans of the California native know, this isn’t the first time she’s received recognition for her onscreen work. The redhead was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal as the sweet but clueless Celia Foote in 2012 flick, “The Help.” There’s a lot more to come from this budding celebrity, and as a natural ginger, I love seeing famous redheads create a positive reputation for themselves in the media. Here are five redheads who give the rare lock color a good name and influence wannabes to dye their hair and try to fit in, even though it’s easy to spot fakers.
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.
9:30 am, October 4th | by Laura Donovan
You know what I haven’t played in a little while? “Hot or Not,” and boy, have I missed that high school game. Thankfully “Dancing with the Stars” contestant Bristol Palin started a new round for me when she said her mother Sarah Palin is “way hotter than” actress Julianne Moore, who played the former vice presidential candidate in 2012 film, “Game Change.”
2:45 pm, March 13th | by Laura Donovan
We don’t have any skin in the game when it comes to the accuracy of “Game Change” — which is why it’s so easy for us to sit back and slowly pick apart Julianne Moore’s performance of former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
If you haven’t seen the movie yet, you can watch a newly posted YouTube clip of a scene-by-scene comparison of Palin’s actual television appearances to Moore’s emulation of those clips.
11:00 am, March 7th | by Laura Donovan
No matter what former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin says about upcoming HBO film “Game Change,” don’t say actress Julianne Moore didn’t do her homework.
12:45 pm, February 27th | by Laura Donovan
Here’s something few Hollywood stars have done: Speak highly of former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin (we’re excluding “30 Rock” comedian Tracy Morgan, who dubbed her a “MILF” and “good masturbation material” last year).
Upon portraying the former Alaska governor in upcoming HBO film “Game Change,” actress Julianne Moore gained a new understanding of the conservative politician, whom Moore argues was thrown into a tough ring.
“I do think the situation that she was put in was a completely untenable one,” Moore explained to the New York Post.