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Julianne Moore: It’s Shocking How Quickly Your Day Goes With Children

Julianne Moore: It's Shocking How Quickly Your Day Goes With Children

Academy Award-nominated actress, Julianne Moore is set to grace the big screen in Chloe as a wife who hires a prostitute – played by ‘it girl’ Amanda Seyfried – to find out if her husband is cheating. In an unexpected twist, these two embattled characters end up falling for each other.

The stunning 48-year-old mother of son Cal, 12, and daughter Liv, 7, opens up to Parade about making time for herself amidst her busy career and the demands of motherhood, and how she feels about approaching her 50s in age-obsessed Hollywood.

On finding time for self-care: “I do yoga. In fact, it’s pretty much the only thing I do, believe it or not. Yoga is nice because it gives me time to just zone out. But once you have children it is shocking how quickly your day goes. I do a lot of that stuff with my kids. If I’m not working it really is just about my family. So even finding time for yoga is a challenge.”

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Marcia Gay Harden: Kids Need A Regimen To Follow

Marcia Gay Harden: Kids Need A Regimen To Follow

Actress Marcia Gay Harden may see motherhood as a “glorious hijacking,” but she says she still manages to enforce a few important rules at home with her kids Eulala, 11, and twins Julitta and Hudson, 5.

“We eat breakfast together every morning, we eat dinner together every night. We don’t feed the dog at the table,” Marcia tells OK! “There’s a certain bath time, there’s a certain go-to-bedtime. People who have other mothers think I’m strict. The kids stay up too late, but I like to have a regimen that they can follow. I think they need it.”

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Guess Who Revealed: Jackson James Daly!

Guess Who Revealed: Jackson James Daly!

It’s Jackson James Daly!

The adorable 1-year-old son of Carson Daly and Siri Pinter was spotted shopping with mom and dad in Santa Monica on Thursday (March 25).

Carson, 36, is the host of NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly. The father-of-one is also a DJ/talk show host on 97.1 AMP Radio in Southern California.

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    Amy Adams & Darren Le Gallo: Happy Shoppers

    Amy Adams & Darren Le Gallo: Happy Shoppers

    What a sweet pair! An expectant Amy Adams and her fiancé Darren Le Gallo were spotted fabric shopping in Los Angeles on Friday (March 26).

    The 35-year-old Enchanted star looked so relaxed and happy alongside her main squeeze, who was sporting a “Peace Love Opportunity” tee.

    The couple, who have been together since 2002, are expecting their first child in May.

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    Dennis Hopper & His Hollywood Stars

    Dennis Hopper & His Hollywood Stars

    Dennis Hopper received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday (March 26). The 73-year-old Easy Rider star is pictured above with his 7-year-old daughter Galen (black and white dress) and granddaughter Violet Goldstone.

    Many of Hopper’s Hollywood friends were in attendance, including Jack Nicholson, Viggo Mortensen, director David Lynch and singer Johnny Mathis.

    Hopper, who is battling what his doctors have described as terminal cancer, was helped onto the stage. The screen legend and his wife Victoria have been locked in a bitter feud since Hopper filed for divorce in January.

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    Nickelodeon: Kids Cameras & Webcams

    For young fans of Nickelodeon's iCarly, Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants, Sakar International has released a series of digital cameras, video cameras and webcams themed with their favorite characters for creative play. Value-added extras like interactive software based on the shows and even the ability to take pictures underwater make for hours of fun.

Sized to fit kids' hands, the new cameras let young 'publishers' create their own adventures in the house or outdoors and publish them for friends and family to view. The character-branded devices encourage children to be creative and imaginative - like the television characters that inspired them - as they build their own shows and communicate with friends.

The new cameras are immediately available at Toys 'R Us with MSRPs of $29.99 to $49.99. They include:

iCarly Digital Video Cam with Faceplates (MSRP $49.99) - This compact, resilient video camera comes with different faceplates and interactive software based on the Emmy-nominated children's show iCarly, which features teenager Carly Shay and the web show that she creates with her friends. With the digi cam, kids can videotape with their friends and create their own web shows. Ages 7-12.

iCarly Mini Web Cam with Faceplates (MSRP $29.99) - Also standard with changeable faceplates, this web cam includes a fun software suite based on Nickelodeon's iCarly. Children can chat with friends, send video emails or record videos to create their own web show, just like Carly. Comes with integrated microphone. Ages 7-12.

Dora the Explorer Digital Video Cam (MSRP $49.99) - In honor of Dora's 10th anniversary, this new digital video camera is extremely easy for younger children to use. A hand strap and resilient build give the camera an extra sturdy feel. Interactive software based on the show makes it simple for preschoolers to film their own backyard adventures. Ages 3-6.

Dora the Explorer Talking Digital Camera (MSRP $29.99) - Perfect for little kids, this organically shaped camera includes a software suite and interactive functionality as well as a number of built-in phrases from Dora, activated by pressing certain buttons. Ages 3-6.

SpongeBob SquarePants Underwater Camera (MSRP $29.99) - We all know SpongeBob lives in a pineapple under the sea, but how does he take pictures of his friends and family? Waterproofed for guaranteed pictures at the beach or pool, this underwater camera takes up to 152 photos and comes with a cool SpongeBob-branded design and case. Great for vacations to Bikini Bottom. Ages 5-11.

    For young fans of Nickelodeon’s iCarly, Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants, Sakar International has released a series of digital cameras, video cameras and webcams themed with their favorite characters for creative play. Value-added extras like interactive software based on the shows and even the ability to take pictures underwater make for hours of fun.

    Sized to fit kids’ hands, the new cameras let young ‘publishers’ create their own adventures in the house or outdoors and publish them for friends and family to view. The character-branded devices encourage children to be creative and imaginative – like the television characters that inspired them – as they build their own shows and communicate with friends.

    The new cameras are immediately available at Toys ‘R Us with MSRPs of $29.99 to $49.99. They include:

    iCarly Digital Video Cam with Faceplates (MSRP $49.99) – This compact, resilient video camera comes with different faceplates and interactive software based on the Emmy-nominated children’s show iCarly, which features teenager Carly Shay and the web show that she creates with her friends. With the digi cam, kids can videotape with their friends and create their own web shows. Ages 7-12.

    iCarly Mini Web Cam with Faceplates (MSRP $29.99) – Also standard with changeable faceplates, this web cam includes a fun software suite based on Nickelodeon’s iCarly. Children can chat with friends, send video emails or record videos to create their own web show, just like Carly. Comes with integrated microphone. Ages 7-12.

    Dora the Explorer Digital Video Cam (MSRP $49.99) – In honor of Dora’s 10th anniversary, this new digital video camera is extremely easy for younger children to use. A hand strap and resilient build give the camera an extra sturdy feel. Interactive software based on the show makes it simple for preschoolers to film their own backyard adventures. Ages 3-6.

    Dora the Explorer Talking Digital Camera (MSRP $29.99) – Perfect for little kids, this organically shaped camera includes a software suite and interactive functionality as well as a number of built-in phrases from Dora, activated by pressing certain buttons. Ages 3-6.

    SpongeBob SquarePants Underwater Camera (MSRP $29.99) – We all know SpongeBob lives in a pineapple under the sea, but how does he take pictures of his friends and family? Waterproofed for guaranteed pictures at the beach or pool, this underwater camera takes up to 152 photos and comes with a cool SpongeBob-branded design and case. Great for vacations to Bikini Bottom. Ages 5-11.

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