“Saturday Night Live” took aim at two icons of the right wing — Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin — as Jonah Hill guest-hosted the show on NBC.
Appreciating HBO’s “Game Change” requires separating fact from fiction. And when it comes to Sarah Palin (played by Julianne Moore in the movie), that’s not easy to do.
On Friday’s episode of “Anderson,” Julianne Moore tells Anderson Cooper that she did not slam Jessica Simpson in a More magazine quote about not wanting her daughter to read tabloid magazines.
(Reuters) – Julianne Moore has played a range of film characters from a cocaine snorting porn star in “Boogie Nights” to a lesbian cheating mom in “The Kids Are All Right,” and she’s been Oscar nominated four times for movies including “The Hours.” On Saturday, the 51-year-old takes on another complicated role, portraying real-life conservative […]
HBO is gearing up for the premiere of its movie “Game Change,” which debuts on Saturday night at 9 pm Eastern, and they’ve released trailers where they talk to the authors of the original book, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, as well as other Washington journalists, about the impact of the book.
In order to attract some attention to its temporary move into “Glee’s” timeslot, “Raising Hope” called on a big name to guest star: Katy Perry.
Julianne Moore insists her portrayal of Sarah Palin in the upcoming HBO movie “Game Change” is not meant to be some sort of satire of the firebrand former governor of Alaska and polarizing candidate for vice president.
March 10, HBO will premiere “Game Change,” which dramatizes the 2008 presidential campaign of Republican nominee John McCain and his previously little-known running mate, Sarah Palin. The stellar film cast includes Ed Harris as McCain, Julianne Moore as Palin, and Woody Harrelson as McCain’s chief campaign strategist, Steve Schmidt.
Lindsay Lohan visited “Late Night” in the usual Thursday “SNL” host spot, and Jimmy Fallon kept things light and airy, limiting the conversation to how she got the hosting gig — she reached out to Lorne Michaels — and recounting the fun they had together doing the first-ever Debbie Downer sketch many years ago.
Outspoken John McCain took verbal shots at Rick Santorum and the United States Supreme Court on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” Wednesday night.