Julianne Moore: 'We have less control over our careers than people think'
Julianne Moore says working in the film business often lacks a sense of control.
The 54-year-old, who on the Best Actress prize at the Oscars this weekend for her role in Still Alice, told the Sunday Times that stars have an unpredictable time when it comes to work.
She said: "We have less control over our careers than people think. The only control any actor has is whether to say yes or no.
"There are times when lots of scripts might come your way, and times when not so many come your way."
Moore meanwhile said at the Oscars that she feels the notion of there being a 'best' actress is a little amiss.
She said in her speech: "There's no such thing as best actress as is evidence by my fellow nominees.
"I'm grateful for the opportunity to stand up here and thank the people I love."
Moore beat the likes of Reese Witherspoon and Rosamund Pike to the award.
Watch Julianne Moore in Still Alice below:
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