Julianne Moore may have walked away with a best actress Golden Globe for her performance in "Still Alice," but just a few months ago she was singing the praises of a different performance.
After she won Sunday night, Moore was reminded of what she had previously told a reporter in Toronto: "If Marion Cotillard doesn't win the Golden Globe, there is no justice."
"I did, indeed say that. That's true," Moore said, laughing. "So I am mighty surprised. I am mighty surprised."
Moore had been talking up Cotillard for her performance in "Two Days, One Night."
"I had seen Marion in Cannes and I was so flabbergasted by her performance. It was so, so beautiful," she said.
Cotillard, who has won an Oscar and a Golden Globe for previous work, was not nominated for that film.
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