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Julianne Moore is a vision in low-cut white ruffle dress as she attends screening of new movie Dear Evan Hansen in New York










Julianne Moore cut a stylish figure when she attended a screening of her new film Dear Evan Hansen in New York on Tuesday.

The actress, 60, wowed in a low-cut white dress that boasted chic ruffle detailing, and effortlessly layered the piece beneath a tailored black blazer.

Julianne – who plays Heidi Hansen in the Broadway adaption – also answered questions at the event while sitting next to her co-stars Amandla Stenberg and Ben Platt alongside director Stephen Chbosky.

Wow: Julianne Moore, 60, cut a stylish figure when she attended a screening of her new film Dear Evan Hansen in New York on Tuesday (pictured with presenter Katie Couric)

Wow: Julianne Moore, 60, cut a stylish figure when she attended a screening of her new film Dear Evan Hansen in New York on Tuesday (pictured with presenter Katie Couric)

Q&A: Julianne ¿ who plays Heidi Hansen in the Broadway adaption ¿ also answered questions at the event (pictured with co-stars Amandla Stenberg and Ben Platt)

Q&A: Julianne – who plays Heidi Hansen in the Broadway adaption – also answered questions at the event (pictured with co-stars Amandla Stenberg and Ben Platt)

Wearing her iconic flame-hued tresses loose, Julianne slipped into a pair of stylish open-toe black sandals and beamed while posing for photographs.

The award-winning star accessorised with a bold heart-shaped necklace.

Clearly passionate about the project, Julianne put on an animated display while answering questions alongside her colleagues on stage.

Dear Evan Hansen was selected as the opening night film for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, which runs from September 9 through September 18.

Passionate: Clearly passionate about the project, Julianne put on an animated display while answering questions alongside her colleagues on stage (L-R Stephen Chbosky, writer Steven Levenson, Ben, Julianne, Amandla Stenberg, Nik Dodani, and Katie)

Passionate: Clearly passionate about the project, Julianne put on an animated display while answering questions alongside her colleagues on stage (L-R Stephen Chbosky, writer Steven Levenson, Ben, Julianne, Amandla Stenberg, Nik Dodani, and Katie)

Hair down: Wearing her tresses loose, Julianne slipped into a pair of stylish black sandals and beamed while posing for photographs (pictured with Cynthia Rowley and Carla Gugino)

Hair down: Wearing her tresses loose, Julianne slipped into a pair of stylish black sandals and beamed while posing for photographs (pictured with Cynthia Rowley and Carla Gugino)

Debut: Dear Evan Hansen debuted on Broadway in December 2016, winning Best Musical and Best Actor in a Leading Role for Ben, 27

Debut: Dear Evan Hansen debuted on Broadway in December 2016, winning Best Musical and Best Actor in a Leading Role for Ben, 27

Dear Evan Hansen debuted on Broadway in December 2016, winning Best Musical and Best Actor in a Leading Role for Ben, 27.

The story follows Platt’s title character, a high school senior with social anxiety disorder who is encouraged to write daily letters to himself to help ease his anxiety.

When one of the letters is found by a classmate who later commits suicide, Hansen invents an important role for himself in that late classmate’s life.

The film also stars Kaitlyn Dever and Amy Adams, with Universal releasing the film in US cinemas on September 24.

The first Dear Evan Hansen trailer was released in May.

Moore will next be seen in When You Finish Saving The World, the directorial and writing debut of actor Jesse Eisenberg.

He's back: Ben, 27,reprises his titular role with the first Dear Evan Hansen trailer being released in May

He’s back: Ben, 27,reprises his titular role with the first Dear Evan Hansen trailer being released in May

Sad: The very emotional trailer features Ben as Evan Hansen, a high school student with social anxiety disorder, who is recommended to write letters to himself as a form of therapy by his psychiatrist

Sad: The very emotional trailer features Ben as Evan Hansen, a high school student with social anxiety disorder, who is recommended to write letters to himself as a form of therapy by his psychiatrist

Support: Heidi (Julianne) gives him the motherly support she needs as she tells him: 'I already know you and I love you' in the preview

Support: Heidi (Julianne) gives him the motherly support she needs as she tells him: ‘I already know you and I love you’ in the preview

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