Chloë Grace Moretz nominated for Saturn Awards

Chloë has been nominated for Best Performance by a Younger Actor for the upcoming Saturn Award.

Best Performance by a Younger Actor
CJ ADAMS
THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN
Walt Disney Studios
TOM HOLLAND

THE IMPOSSIBLE
Summit / Lionsgate
DANIEL HUTTLESTONE
LES MISERABLES
Universal

CHLOE GRACE MORETZ
DARK SHADOWS
Warner Bros.

SURAJ SHARMA
LIFE OF PI
20th Century Fox

QUVENZHANE WALLIS
BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD
Fox Searchlight

Best Production Design

HUGH BATEUP, ULI HANISCH
CLOUD ATLAS
Warner Bros.

SARAH GREENWOOD
ANNA KARENINA
Focus Features

DAVID GROPMAN
LIFE OF PI
20th Century Fox

RICK HEINRICHS
DARK SHADOWS
Warner Bros.

DAN HENNAH
THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY
Warner Bros.

EVE STEWART
LES MISERABLES
Universal

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Chloë Grace Moretz Featured in March’s Marie Claire issue

Chloë is featured in March’s issue of Marie Claire. I have added her outtakes and scans below:

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A Rising Starlet

Heaven help teenage girls! As if the cattiness, boy-craziness, and angst formerly reserved for noted passed in class or whispered phone calls weren’t bad enough, now they’re blasted across Twitter and Facebook. It’s in this multi-platform existence that Chloë Grace Moretz, 16, emerges as a refreshing example of good old-fashioned youth. A prolific Instagrammer, Moretz fills her feed (more than 1,000 pictures and counting) with family photos-her entourage consists of her mom, with whom she lives in L.A., and four older brothers-inspirational quotes, music obsessions, and friends making goofy faces; in short, everything ever thumbtacked to the bulletin board in a minor’s bedroom. If not for the occasional behind-the-scenes shot from a Hollywood back lot, you’d almost mistake the actress (of nearly 10 years) for your average teenage girl. Almost.

Imagine Kirsten Dunst had an iPhone during her Interview With the Vampire days, or Leelee Sobieski circa Eyes Wide Shut. Perhaps their shared images-maybe a pretty flower, a sunset-would belie their penchant for serious and seriously mature characters. So goes it with Moretz, famous for playing the all-too-real vampire in Let Me In, the wise-beyond-her-years kid sister in (500) Days of Summer, and the gun-wielding Hit-Girl who shocked audiences with her ballsy delivery of a certain expletive (rhymes with runt) in Kick-Ass.

In June, she slips back into the cape and mask for Kick-Ass 2. This time around, “She’s really conflicting with her own emotions,” Moretz says of the role that lander her on the radars of Hollywood heavyweights (see Martin Scorsese and Tim Burton, who cast her in Hugo and Dark Shadows, respectively).

Read more over at Marie Claire

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