It’s hard to find an actor in Hollywood who’s had a more diverse career than Julianne Moore. If you’re a cinephile who digs indie films, you probably love her work with director Todd Haynes (Safe, Far From Heaven). Lately my tastes have veered towards genre driven projects, especially if they’re thrillers (which is why I enjoyed Julianne Moore’s work in Carrie).
Now Moore plays a passenger whose life is in peril with Non-Stop, a project that reunites Liam Neeson with Unknown director Jaume Collet-Serra.
During the Non-Stop press conference, Moore talked about why she loves changing things up when it comes to filmmaking.
“I like to mix it up,” said Moore. “If I’ve done something really serious, I like to do comedy. If I’ve done a comedy, then I’ll find a thriller that’s interesting to me. I like genre. I like movies. I like to accrue experience. That’s really been it.”
To listen to Neeson praise Moore as well as hear the actress elaborate on her acting career, click on the audio bar below:
Non-Stop opens nationwide February 28.