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Oscar Watch: Moore joins presenters

Thesp stars in 'Far From Heaven,' 'Hours'

Thesp Julianne Moore will make her second Oscar show appearance as a presenter at the 75th Academy Awards.

The two-time nominee (“The End of the Affair,” “Boogie Nights”) stars in “Far From Heaven” and “The Hours.”

Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2002 will be presented March 23 at the Kodak Theater.

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