Punk’d 9×07 Bonus Scene: Chloe Moretz’s Reaction

Check out this bonus scene of Chloe getting punk’d by Dax Shepard.

Chloe Moretz might only be 14, but even she remembers the punk-heard-round-the-world. Yes, yes, we’re talking about when pop star Justin Timberlake completely broke down at the thought of his back-taxed house being put up for public auction. And since Chloe’s adorable gullibility was a definite throwback to J. Tim’s own naivete, guest host Dax Shepard has officially declared her the pop star’s second coming. Uhhh, guess she should say thanks?

Chloe catches a breath in this bonus scene of tonight’s “Punk’d” episode and starts to sort through her memories of the prank. She mentions that the performances were convincing, but she should have known the driver’s multiple conversations with his fake-wife, which were sliiiiightly unprofessional, were staged. The actress maintains a solid game face until she stumbles upon the control booth–where all of her shocked reactions were documented–and finally submits to shame. “Noooooo, that’s so embarrassing!” she says. And that, friends, is the sound of success.

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The 25 Best Hollywood Actors Under 25

Chloe is number 9 on Complex Magazine’s The 25 Best Hollywood Actors Under 25:

9. Chloë Moretz

Age: 15
Best projects: (500 Days of Summer) (2009), Kick-Ass (2010), Let Me In (2010), Hugo (2011), Dark Shadows (2012)

The fact that Chloë Moretz is only 15 years old never ceases to amaze us. In every one of her strong, commanding performances, the adolescent powerhouse carries herself with the gravitas of an accomplished actress three times her age, which leads us to believe that, assuming Moretz’s agent keeps her away from Lindsay Lohan at all costs, she’s got one hell of a fruitful career ahead of her.

And, thus far, Moretz has covered a wide range of genres. For horror heads, she gave haters no reason to bitch and moan in Let Me In, Cloverfield director Matt Reeves’ excellent vampire remake in which his young starlet broke hearts and chilled spines in equal measure. She’s even owned the superhero realm, stealing every scene in 2010’s Kick-Ass as the brutal body-dropper Hit Girl.

In Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows, Moretz, unfortunately, doesn’t get a whole lot to do once Johnny Depp shows up and, unsurprisingly, takes over, but the flashes we do get of her show an actress who’s easing into more adult roles that don’t require costumes or gore effects.

Although, her next big look, the recently announced Carrie remake, should include plenty of the latter. Under any other circumstances, our Stephen-King-loving souls would loathe the idea of a new Carrie White, but Moretz is all the reassurance we need.


Casting Update: Julianne Moore & Gabriella Wilde For ‘Carrie’ Remake

Julianne Moore and Gabriella Wilde have been cast to star in Carrie remake with Chloe:

MGM and Screen Gems has closed a deal with Julianne Moore to play the iconic Margaret White in Carrie, the remake that is being directed by Kimberly Peirce. Now the studio has set Gabriella Wilde for the the role of Sue Snell, the role originated by Amy Irving. Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa wrote the script and Kevin Misher is producing. Chloe Moretz is playing Carrie, the role originated by Sissy Spacek in the Brian DePalma-directed original. ICM reps Wilde and Moore is repped by CAA and Management 360.


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