Los Angeles: Golden Globe-winner Julianne Moore says while she is over the moon with an Oscar nod for her performance in 'Still Alice', her kids are not interested in it.
Moore is nominated in the category of best actress for the 87th Academy Awards, to be held on February 22, reported Us magazine.
She is competing against Felicity Jones ('The Theory of Everything') Rosamund Pike ('Gone Girl'), Reese Witherspoon ('Wild') and Marian Cotillard ('Two Days, One Night').
The 46-year-old actress said her children Caleb and Liv were more excited about her appearing in 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part One'. "They could take or leave the Oscars. 'Mockingjay' was a big deal!"
Despite being considered a front-runner ahead of the prestigious ceremony, Moore is determined not to get swept up by the buzz either.
"I try to take it one day at a time. Otherwise, I get overwhelmed," she said. The actress played a professor grappling with Alzheimer's disease in 'Still Alice'.