Julianne Moore shares secret of 17-year marriage to Bart Freundlich

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Julianne Moore shared secrets to her lasting 17-year marriage to second husband Bart Freundlich, whom she originally met in 1996 when he directed her in The Myth of Fingerprints.

‘What’s really funny about it is that you say years ago, it was 24 years ago, that’s what’s shocking to us, we are like, “We met 24 years ago?”‘ the 59-year-old Oscar winner marveled on Monday’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Show.

‘The only thing I can say is I think that you both have to really want to be married. I do feel like I’ve seen situations where things aren’t working out for people because one member of the couple doesn’t want to be there. I think if you are both invested in it working out that’s important. 

'We met 24 years ago!' Julianne Moore shared secrets to her lasting 17-year marriage to second husband Bart Freundlich, whom she originally met in 1996 when he directed her in The Myth of Fingerprints (pictured August 23)

‘We met 24 years ago!’ Julianne Moore shared secrets to her lasting 17-year marriage to second husband Bart Freundlich, whom she originally met in 1996 when he directed her in The Myth of Fingerprints (pictured August 23)

The 59-year-old Oscar winner said on Monday's episode of The Drew Barrymore Show: 'You both have to really want to be married. I do feel like I've seen situations where things aren't working out for people because one member of the couple doesn't want to be there'

The 59-year-old Oscar winner said on Monday’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Show: ‘You both have to really want to be married. I do feel like I’ve seen situations where things aren’t working out for people because one member of the couple doesn’t want to be there’

‘You really have to have a good time. My god, I think they have to make you laugh, if they don’t make you laugh it’s just deadly. And somebody asked me the other day if it felt long a long time and I was like, “Oddly no it doesn’t.” That’s what has been nice about it, it doesn’t feel like a long time.’

Moore and the 50-year-old Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee are officially empty nesters now that their 22-year-old son Caleb and 18-year-old daughter Liv are both busy in college.

Caleb is pursuing a master’s degree in music/screen scoring at NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

And Liv is a freshman attending Northwestern University in Illinois.    

Moore continued: 'You really have to have a good time. My god, I think they have to make you laugh, if they don't make you laugh it's just deadly'

Moore continued: ‘You really have to have a good time. My god, I think they have to make you laugh, if they don’t make you laugh it’s just deadly’

Julianne marveled: 'Somebody asked me the other day if it felt long a long time and I was like, "Oddly no it doesn't." That's what has been nice about it, it doesn't feel like a long time'

Julianne marveled: ‘Somebody asked me the other day if it felt long a long time and I was like, “Oddly no it doesn’t.” That’s what has been nice about it, it doesn’t feel like a long time’

'My babies': The After the Wedding actress and the 50-year-old Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee are officially empty nesters now that their 22-year-old son Caleb (L) and 18-year-old daughter Liv (R) are both busy in college (pictured August 31)

‘My babies’: The After the Wedding actress and the 50-year-old Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee are officially empty nesters now that their 22-year-old son Caleb (L) and 18-year-old daughter Liv (R) are both busy in college (pictured August 31)

Julianne (born Julie Anne Smith) divorced her first husband, stage director John Gould Rubin, in 1995 after nine years of marriage.

The After the Wedding actress next plays feminist icon Gloria Steinem (after age 40) in Julie Taymor’s biopic The Glorias, which starts streaming this Wednesday on Amazon Prime Video/VOD.

‘One of the things that really struck me about Gloria is that she’s not reactive, she’s not rash,’ Moore said on the syndicated CBS talk show.

‘People said really horrific things to her, they just loaded it on her. She always came from a point, she would listen, she would wait, then she would respond but she never responded with any kind of heat, she always responded with intellect. 

Moore next plays feminist icon Gloria Steinem (after age 40) in Julie Taymor's biopic The Glorias

It starts streaming this Wednesday on Amazon Prime Video/VOD

Double take: Moore next plays feminist icon Gloria Steinem (after age 40) in Julie Taymor’s biopic The Glorias, which starts streaming this Wednesday on Amazon Prime Video/VOD 

Julianne said on the syndicated CBS talk show: 'I really think when I'm talking to people, I'm like, "What would Gloria do? How would she react?" Maybe take the time to be more like her'

Julianne said on the syndicated CBS talk show: ‘I really think when I’m talking to people, I’m like, “What would Gloria do? How would she react?” Maybe take the time to be more like her’

Based on Steinem's 2015 memoir My Life on the Road: The femninist flick depicts surreal scenes where four Glorias - including Alicia Vikander (2-R), Lulu Wilson (2-L), and Ryan Kira Armstrong (L) - all interact on screen at once

Based on Steinem’s 2015 memoir My Life on the Road: The femninist flick depicts surreal scenes where four Glorias – including Alicia Vikander (2-R), Lulu Wilson (2-L), and Ryan Kira Armstrong (L) – all interact on screen at once

‘And she wasn’t cruel to anyone ever and incredibly tolerant of other people’s views. I do think about that, I really think when I’m talking to people, I’m like, “What would Gloria do? How would she react?” Maybe take the time to be more like her.’

The femninist flick – based on Steinem’s 2015 memoir My Life on the Road – depicts surreal scenes where four Glorias – including Alicia Vikander, Lulu Wilson, and Ryan Kira Armstrong – all interact on screen at once.

Last Wednesday, Julianne wrapped her role as Lisey Debusher Landon in Pablo Larraín’s eight-episode Apple TV+ series Lisey’s Story alongside Clive Owen, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Joan Allen, and Dane DeHaan.

'I loved every minute of making this show!' Last Wednesday, the two-time Emmy winner wrapped her role as Lisey Debusher Landon in Pablo Larraín's eight-episode Apple TV+ series Lisey's Story

‘I loved every minute of making this show!’ Last Wednesday, the two-time Emmy winner wrapped her role as Lisey Debusher Landon in Pablo Larraín’s eight-episode Apple TV+ series Lisey’s Story

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