Julia Roberts Talks ‘Secret in Their Eyes’ at L.A. Premiere

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Julia Roberts Praises Jennifer Lawrence For Essay At Movie Premiere.

LOS ANGELES – Hollywood star Julia Roberts takes on the role of a grieving mother in thriller “Secret in Their Eyes”, a remake of an Oscar winning Argentinian film.The 86-year-old actor was last seen in season seven, when Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) learnt that his childhood hero Arthur had passed away, said The Hollywood Reporter .

Co-stars Julia Roberts, Dean Norris and Zoe Graham arrived at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles on Wednesday night to celebrate the premiere of their latest film Secret in Their Eyes. The Emmy winner said he had to be schooled in the ways of the Jedi, which included how to properly handle a lightsaber, with Lucasfilm reps there to advise. “That is something that has been in the back of my mind. The thriller, written and directed by Billy Ray, follows three investigators — Jess (Roberts), Ray (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and Claire (Nicole Kidman) — who become torn apart after the unexplainable, brutal murder of Jess’ daughter Carolyn.

Thirteen years later, the case is re-opened, as Ray believes he has found the man who committed the crime, but there is a shocking secret that will unveil the truth. It’s incredible.” Roberts also mentioned that Lawrence “doesn’t need my advice.” A few years ago Robert’s had told MTV News that she never thought Lawrence was America’s sweetheart.

We adore Bob and we are so proud that he is a member of our family, and yes, somewhere in here is a fantastic opportunity for that,” said showrunner Steve Molaro, on Newhart’s return. She said, “I think she’s fabulous, but she doesn’t seem …she seems cooler than…” and interviewer Josh Horowitz chimed in, “Oh, she’s too cool to be a sweetheart.” Roberts said, “Right.” She plays an FBI agent who discovers that the victim at a gruesome murder scene is her daughter. “You’re the only person who has asked me that question and I’ve only been asked 37,412 and a half questions,” Roberts said. “That’s a really good question, but I didn’t, because I don’t think I could have handled that, quite frankly. Molaro said, after the emotional Star Wars -themed episode that featured Arthur’s passing, the way in which the character resurfaced, left the door open for Newhart to return whenever Sheldon really needed him. “Even though he’s passing away, using this device, he never really leaves the show, because he can live on in Sheldon’s conscience forever,” he added.

The actress also revealed that Ray and her fellow co-stars played a big part in her decision to take on the character. “Just the complexity of it that it wasn’t going to be easy and that Billy Ray I think is such an inspired writer and director,” she explained. “Chiwetel was attached to it when they came to me and he’s so incredible and enigmatic, and then Nicole was — I mean, honestly, we felt like we had won the lottery when she came on. I know something now and I’m frustrated by it and why is this?’,” Roberts added. “I feel like part of my personality is ferocious, and part of my personality is the greatest power you can wield toward an enemy is to ignore their existence.” But I did listen to interviews like radio conversations and things about this unmentionable topic so I did feel like I had some tangible investment in the very particular grief and pain of that. In addition to the film’s stars, Adam Fogelson, Robert Simonds, Sophie Watts, Oren Aviv and Thomas McGrath of STX Entertainment, which produced the film, were in attendance. “I’ve been really clear about the criteria we have for our films. This movie hits all three of those criteria in spades,” said Fogelson, chairman of STX Entertainment’s motion picture group. “The source material was an extraordinary foreign film.

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