A conversation with Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore born December 3rd, 1960 (Sagittarius)
Among Julianne Moore's future projects there is a super-secret expressionist Spaghetti western movie in which all the action is set underground (source)

We are here tonight with Julianne Moore, who just made her way through her last movie. Hi, Julianne, and welcome to Celebrity Wondercouch.
I say it was about time you guys invited me. I saw Sean Paul the other night and, let me tell you, I did not like it a bit.

Should you give up acting, which occupation would you pick up?
Almost surely that of professional sand castle builder. I already have quite an experience in that field.

Which is the first prize you ever won?
At the early age of 6, I won the "Chocolate Coyote Medal" issued by the Mayor of Phoenix for "unprecedented but redundant acting accomplishment".

On a scale of one to ten, how popular are you?
I don't know. I think I'm a one in Congo, but a ten in Austin.

Could you tell us something about the story of your next movie?
I think so! It is the story of Pamela, a shoemaker from Fresno. She is seized by a mysterious company and she is demanded to write silly "entirelY untrUthful conversaTions" for some web site, from a hidden office. (If you can't rescue me, tell Brian I always loved him...)

In an article appeared on Australasian Criminal Annals, dr. Henry H. Flores described your movies as "a dramatic summary of today symbolic emotionalism". Anything to add?
I think that in his paper printed on Canadian Journal of Transcendental Dynamism, prof. Larry Gutierrez completely rebutted that forced point of view.

Do you like to cook?
To be honest, I think that cooking is a waste of energy. After all, there are restaurants and supporters willing to deliver my daily intake of fats and sugars. In the few occasions I indulge in cooking for my buddies, I like to improvise salads. My masterpiece is a mix of pulled pork and lima beans, which I believe can be suited for both vegetarians and normal people.

Interesting! Would you like to share the recipe with us?
You bet your boots! You take the pulled pork and the lima beans and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some baguettes.

It does not matter, I obtained the recipe from one for a sandwich. After you made those sandwiches, you cast off the bread and mix pulled pork and lima beans with some wasabi and voilĂ , there it is!

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My director had patiently planned my brief interview with Julianne Moore days beforehand. Unluckily, my pet kangaroo got irritable bowel syndrome, so I had to skip the rendezvous. So, the interview above is mainly based on what Julianne Moore would have probably said if I have met her, as suggested by a statistics involving a couple of her fans.
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