Chloe was seen on the set of her upcoming movie If I Stay in Vancouver, Canada on November 24, 2013. Pictures below!
Chloe attended an event to for Julianne Moore as she was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on October 3, 2013 in Hollywood, California. In the pictures, you’ll see Chloe giving a speech and posing with other actors like Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Julianne Moore is a great actress, so it was nice to see her finally get her own star!
Chloe looked gorgeous in her pink dress and red heels with matching nails. Check out the video below of Chloe hanging out at the event.
Chloe released the first image from her upcoming film Dark Places this past weekend through her Instagram. It shows Chloe as her character Diondra posing with 2 of her co-stars, Tye Sheridan and Shannon Kook. I’ve added the image to the gallery.
In case you didn’t know, here is a brief summary of the film:
A woman who survived the brutal killing of her family as a child is forced to confront the events of that day by a secret society obsessed with solving notorious crimes.
IMDb has updated the film’s page with a release date of September 1, 2014.
Image Source: JustJared
The first images from Chloe’s upcoming film “Sils Maria” have been released! Read more about it below, as reported by Up and Comers.
The first images of Chloe Moretz and British singer/actor Johnny Flynn in Olivier Assaya’s “Sils Maria” have been released by Sudostschweiz and SRF, via The Playlist. The film marks the French director’s English language feature debut and also stars Juliette Binoche and Kristen Stewart.
“Sils Maria” tells the story of Maria Enders (Binoche, also pictured in the new images), a middle aged actress who becomes obsessed with Jo-Ann Ellis (Moretz), a young starlet who is cast in the role that made her famous many years ago. Stewart plays Enders’ assistant, while Flynn is set to play Jo-Ann’s love interest.
In an interview with MTV, Moretz spilled details about the film, revealing: “I only have a couple scenes with Kristen, but my main stuff is with Juliette. And it’s this kind of really cool world where the whole script is basically written like a play, and you’re watching a play, basically. You’re watching us rehearse for a play.” She also explained the inspiration behind her character. “Basically what it is is my character is the equivalent of all these young stars that have gone crazy,” said Moretz. “But what if they were crazy and still did amazing work and still got hired and they were like huge stars but were crazy partiers?”
The CG Cinema-produced “Sils Maria” has no release date as of yet, but will be distributed by IFC Films in the U.S. In the meantime, check out the first two still images of the film below!
I’ve got scans from the August 2013 edition of InStyle UK! I love this spread! Click here to view more of the scans.
Chloe is on the cover of both W Magazine and Seventeen Magazine for the month of October! She is promoting her current movie, Kick-Ass 2, as well as her upcoming Carrie movie release. I’ve added a few full-size pictures to the photo gallery, and I should have more to add soon.
Chloe recently interviewed with Time Out Dubai. She discussed Kick-Ass 2, Hit-Girl, feminism, her life and her career. Read the whole interview by clicking “read more” below, and view the whole article at Time Out Dubai!
All these dark roles. Don’t you ever want to play the nice normal girl in a romcom?
No! I love watching those movies. Those are my favourite movies. And that’s me: Chloë, the happy-go-lucky girl. But I like roles that are the super opposite of who I am. I live such a happy, normal life. It’s kind of nice to be someone that I’m not.
How has Hit-Girl moved on since Kick-Ass?
She’s definitely growing up. When you meet her, she’s still in that 11-year-old state of mind. But by the end of the movie she’s become an adult. We show who Mindy really is in this one. In the first film we never really saw the girl behind the mask.
How tough are you? Could you take down a mugger?
Ha! I hope so. Gosh. I’d probably run in the other direction: ‘Take the purse!’ I would never die for mugging. But I am tough enough. I’m hardcore.
If you could choose, what would your superhero power be?
Breathing underwater, so you could explore the ocean. It’d be so sick! We know more about space than the ocean.
Are you moving into more grown-up roles?
Yeah, it’s a transition. I’m trying to figure out how far to go. What to do when. But I’m not a risqué person. I don’t wear risqué outfits. That’s not me. My movies reflect that. I do violence but I don’t think I’m ever going to do graphic roles, no matter how old I get.
Have you turned down films because they are too raunchy?
Yes. And sometimes it’s just too old. You think: Oh my gosh, this is such a good role, but I’m not there yet.
That’s incredibly self-assured.
You have to be. If not, you’re going to be pushed around.
I bet no one pushes you around.
Not any more.
Did you learn that early?
Yeah. A lot of people wanted a piece of what was becoming me. And there’s always someone trying to push you somewhere you don’t want to go. My mom always protected me. She’s my greatest advocate.
Is it true that you take your own meetings in Hollywood?
Yes. My mom drives me to them, but she chills in the lobby and lets me do my thing.
Chloe talks about the upcoming movie Carrie and calls it “psychologically mindblowing.” She also says it will “mess with your head.” Check out the video below or click here to watch at Indiewire.
British actor Jamie Blackley has been cast along with Chloe for the upcoming film “If I Stay,” according to Deadline. Jamie will play the role of Adam, while Chloe will be playing Mia. Based on Gayle Forman’s YA novel about a comatose teenager who has an out-of-body experience in the hospital and is faced with choosing between living a difficult life or giving up altogether, the movie will be directed by R.J. Cutler and has an unknown release date at this time. I’ll share more info as I get it.
Remember how Carrie was supposed to be released back in March? Well, Chloe recently explained to Fangoria that the film was pushed from March to October in the US to extend certain scenes and step up the level of horror:
“We actually prolonged the film, to be honest,” Moretz, who portrays Stephen King’s telekinetically gifted prom queen, tells us. “We did some reshoots [in Toronto this past May], and added three extra scenes with Julianne [Moore, playing Carrie’s mother Margaret] and I to make the movie even deeper and darker. We prolonged a couple of scenes that needed to have an extra moment or an extra beat just to make it even deeper. It wasn’t about cutting anything out or trying to edit around things; it was about adding more to make the movie scarier and more intense.”
I love horror movies, so I think it’s awesome that they went back in to make sure they had something really scary for us.
Do you think Carrie will be as horrifying as they hope it’ll be?