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GLAMOUR.COM: Anyone who knows Mandy Moore will tell you she’s the nicest person they’ve ever met. Interviews refer to the 34-year-old as “America’s sweetheart” and “ the friend you’ve always wanted.” And while she appreciates the platitudes, they also make her a little uneasy. “I think those particular descriptors prevented me from finding momentum, workwise, because people saw me in one light,” she says. “There’s more to who I am.”

Read the full interview here and check out digital scans below. The issue is available to buy now.


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Thanks to Jasper at Brenton Thwaites Online, our gallery has been updated with some great pictures of Mandy from last month during the press conference for season 3 of This is Us.


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I’ve added more than 500 images of Mandy at events in September to the gallery.



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I’ve added 1,125 high quality pictures of Mandy at events in 2016 to the gallery. You can see a few previews below, or click the link to see all of the relevant albums.


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The 70th Emmy Awards took place earlier this month. This Is Us was nominated for best drama series, but Game of Thrones won the accolade. I’ve added 75 images from the event to the gallery. Check them out – Mandy’s dress is gorgeous!


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The gallery has been updated with several photoshoots from this year, as well as more images from a photoshoot in 2016. My thanks to to Natalia and Neide for their help with these!



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VARIETY.COM: Lionsgate has set a Veterans Day weekend release date of Nov. 8, 2019, for Roland Emmerich’s World War II action movie Midway, opening on the same date as the 25th James Bond film.

The slot is also already occupied by Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog in addition to MGM’s Bond movie. MGM is expected to vacate the date since the project currently doesn’t have a director following Danny Boyle’s recent departure.

Patrick Wilson, Woody Harrelson, Luke Evans, and Mandy Moore are starring in “Midway.” Wilson will play Edwin Layton, the rear admiral in the U.S. Navy who was part of the intelligence team that correctly pinpointed the location of the Imperial Japanese Navy’s attacking fleet near Midway Atoll in 1942. The damage to the Japanese fleet was so extensive that it never recovered and military historians regard the battle as a turning point in the war.

Harrelson is portraying Admiral Chester Nimitz, the commander of the Pacific Fleet during the war. Evans will play Lieutenant Commander Wade McClusky, who led a crucial aerial attack that caused the sinking of two of Japan’s fleet carriers in the battle. Dennis Quaid, Nick Jonas, Luke Kleintank, Keean Johnson, Etsushi Toyokawa, Tadanobu Asano, and Jun Kunimura round out the cast.

Emmerich is directing from Wes Tooke’s script. He’s producing the pic with longtime partner Harald Kloser. Starlight Entertainment Group and its partners are financing the film. Lionsgate is on board to distribute domestically, while Bona Film Group will distribute the movie in China.

Principal photography started Wednesday in Hawaii. Emmerich, Eckhart, and other members of the cast and crew celebrated Tuesday night with the financers of the film — Starlight Culture Entertainment, Emei Film Group, and Xiao Chong Shan International Culture Media — at a ceremonial camera unveiling at Turtle Bay Resort, in Kahuku, Hawaii. The news about the “Midway” dating was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.


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PARADE.COM: It can be a bit difficult to tell that Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia, who play a husband and wife on TV’s This Is Us, aren’t actually married in real life—or that all the actors in television’s most emotionally affecting intergenerational family aren’t actually a real family at all.

“We all love each other,” says Moore, 34. “We truly feel like a family.”

Moore and Ventimiglia play Rebecca and Jack Pearson on the Golden Globe–nominated hit NBC drama, which tells the touching, often wrenching story of the close-knit Pearson clan in heart-rending flashbacks as well as in the present day.

“In a given day, Mandy and I have been in scenes from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s,” Ventimiglia says. “It’s fun to jump back in time. The ’80s are a happier time in the marriage and the kids are younger, while the ’90s are stressful because of what Jack and Rebecca are going through. It’s fun. It’s different from playing current-day scenes. There’s a bit of magic to it.”

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PEOPLE.COM: Mandy Moore is remembering her late ex-boyfriend Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein nine years after his shocking death.

Moore, 34, posted a picture of Goldstein posing in a t-shirt on Instagram, Monday, and captioned the intimate image, “9 years. I miss you every day, Adam. #djam.”

Goldstein was found dead at age 36 in his New York City apartment on Aug. 28, 2009. He died of a drug overdose, according to CNN.

Moore and Goldstein, who had known each other for years, started dating in early 2007 after reconnecting at a New Year’s Eve party in Miami.

“It’s really new. They’re in the beginning stages of getting to know each other,” a source told PEOPLE at the time. “They’re very into each other. It’s very sweet.”

Their breakup — two months later in March 2007 — “was mutual,” an insider told PEOPLE.

Moore and Goldstein remained friends despite the split though. In fact, in 2008, Moore flew to the Joseph Still Burn Center in Augusta, Georgia, to see Goldstein after he survived a deadly plane crash with Travis Barker.

Following Goldstein’s 2009 death, his former fiancée Nicole Richie, and his friends Lindsay Lohan, Samantha Ronson, Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart all attended his memorial at the Hollywood Palladium.

Moore has posted about Goldstein — who worked as a deejay — in the past. In 2015, she wrote, “This guy. One of a kind. Been on my mind a lot lately….I can still hear your laugh and oh man, I miss your hugs more than anything. Nearly 6 years and I’m still at a loss…”

At the time of Goldstein’s death, Moore told TMZ in a statement that she was “absolutely heartbroken.”

“For those of us lucky enough to have known him, Adam radiated a contagious exuberance for life and also personified the very definition of a true friend. To say that he will be missed beyond words is an understatement. My heart goes out to his loved ones.”