Julianne Moore admits winning Oscar is a ‘very big deal’

Named for the fifth time at one weekend from now’s 87th Annual Academy Awards, Julianne Moore committed no error of spilling in another meeting exactly how much she needs to win.

The veteran star, 54, addresses Parade about her Best Actress assignment for her work in “Still Alice,” telling the magazine that she is planning to take home the honor. “That is the selection from your companions,” she said. “It’s a, major ordeal.”

Moore is confronting some of said companions for the grant, contending with Felicity Jones for “The Theory of Everything,” Reese Witherspoon for “Wild,” Rosamund Pike for “Gone Girl,” and Marion Cotillard for “Two Days, One Night.” Even on the off chance that she doesn’t win, the “Wear Jon” star has as of now seen a colossally fruitful honors season. Celebrated for her work in “Still Alice,” Moore caught wins from the Golden Globes, BAFTAs, and the SAGs. She likewise made a point to Parade about exactly how glad she is in her individual life. “The family that I have,” she spouted. “The companions. The marriage. How lucky am I?”

“Just before I met my spouse, I generally felt as though the gathering was occurring some place else,” Moore added to Parade of her affection, 45. “Like, ‘Where is others going?’ And once I met him and we had our kids, I was similar to, ‘This is the place the gathering is.’ There’s no place else I need to be.”

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