'May December' shines a glaring light on a dark tabloid story : Pop Culture Happy Hour In the campy film May December Julianne Moore stars as a tabloid fixture who was at the center of a scandal after she sexually abused a minor she later married. Charles Melton (Riverdale) plays her husband and Natalie Portman plays the famous actress who's preparing to play her in a movie decades later. It's directed by Todd Haynes (Carol) and is streaming on Netflix.

'May December' shines a glaring light on a dark tabloid story

'May December' shines a glaring light on a dark tabloid story

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Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore in a scene from May December. Francois Duhamel/Netflix hide caption

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Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore in a scene from May December.

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In the campy film May December Julianne Moore stars as a tabloid fixture who was at the center of a scandal after she sexually abused a minor she later married. Charles Melton (Riverdale) plays her husband and Natalie Portman plays the famous actress who's preparing to play her in a movie decades later. It's directed by Todd Haynes (Carol) and is streaming on Netflix.