HitFix: Chloe Grace Moretz and Bella Heathcote talk Dark Shadows

Check out a recent interview Chloe and Bella did with HitFix for Dark Shadows:

Punk’d 9×07 screencaps added

I have added hd screencaps of Chloe on Punk’d last night. Dax Shepard hosted the episode. Chloe was with her brother, Trevor when Dax and the Punk’d crew did their “Pocket Dial” skit on her. I have also added extra caps into this so you guys can get the full picture of what went down.

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9×07: Dax Shepard Hosts [HD]

Dark Shadows and Hick are now out in theatres!

Make sure to check out Chloe in two of her films, Dark Shadows and Hick which open in theatres today. Hick is playing in selected theatres. So make sure to check your local listings.

Chloe Moretz in talks for ‘Maggie’

Looks like Chloe could have yet another upcoming project. She is in talks to star in Maggie:

After playing a vampire and a werewolf, “Dark Shadows” star Chloe Moretz is in negotiations to complete the terrifying trifecta and play a zombie alongside Paddy Considine in “Maggie,” which Inferno Entertainment will finance and handle international sales for at Cannes.

Commercial helmer Henry Hobson will make his feature directorial debut working with a Black List script from John Scott 3.

Set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse, story concerns a father’s unconditional love for his daughter. Considine is in talks to play the father, while Moretz would play his titular daughter.

Pierre-Ange Le Pogam is producing the $10 million pic, which is skedded to start production in September. Matthew Baer and Trevor Kaufman will co-produce.

Inferno is also handling international sales for “Grace of Monaco,” which as Variety first reported, will star Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly, who helped shape a nation after her storybook wedding to the Prince of Monaco.

Olivier Dahan is directing the $30 million pic from a script by Arash Amel, and Le Pogam is planning a September start date.

Additionally, Inferno will be selling “Pinocchio,” a stop-motion animated film that Guillermo del Toro will co-direct with Mark Gustafson. The Henson Company and Exile Entertainment are producing.

The three projects are intended to bolster Inferno’s strategy of targeting each market with a handful of quality pics.

Previous markets saw Inferno financing and selling Joe Carnahan’s “The Grey,” Andrew Niccol’s adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s novel “The Host” and Brad Pitt-starrer “Killing Them Softly.”

Moretz, who previously starred in “Let Me In” and will next be seen in Tim Burton’s “Dark Shadows,” is attached to topline MGM’s “Carrie” remake, as well as Karyn Kusama’s indie “The Rut.”

Moretz is repped by WME and 3 Arts Entertainment. Considine is repped by CAA, Untitled Entertainment and Troika.

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Dark Shadows European Premiere pics added

I have added new pics of Chloe at Dark Shadows European Premier earlier on today.

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May 9 2012: Dark Shadows European Premiere

Chloe Moretz on Daybreak

Those who like in the UK, watch Chloe on Daybreak! Chloe tweeted:

Hey guys! Of you’re up already get ready to see me on #Daybreak soon!!! 🙂

Dark Shadows Featurette – Collinsport

Check out a new featurette for Dark Shadows:

Featurette for Dark Shadows takes a look at the film’s setting, Collinsport, and what it took to build it. Clip shows footage from the film while interviewing cast and crew.

Chloe Moretz Covers Dolly Magazine

Chloe covers June’s issue of Dolly Magazine which is out now!


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2012: Dolly Magazine

Universal in Talks for ‘Kick-Ass 2’

Finally an update on Kick Ass 2:

Kick-Ass 2 is close to being a reality.

Universal is in talks with Matthew Vaughn to make and distribute Kick-Ass 2, the sequel to the cult hit comic book movie based on the Mark Millar-John Romita Jr. mini-series of the same name.

Vaughn directed, produced and self-financed the action movie, which was distributed by Lionsgate in 2010.

Vaughn is only producing the sequel, but has hand-picked Jeff Wadlow, who directed 2008’s Never Back Down, to direct.

Vaughn wrote the script for the project, which adapts not only Kick-Ass 2, the recent comic mini-series, but also the spin-off Hit-Girl, which is due in stores next month. The Hit-Girl storyline will be the first act of the movie, according to sources.

The actors whose characters survived the bloody ending of the first movie are expected to return, including Aaron Johnson (who played Kick-Ass), Chloe Moretz (Hit-Girl) and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Red Mist).

This isn’t the first time Universal has come in to make and distribute a sequel of a comic book movie whose first installment was released by another company. In 2008, the studio released Hellboy II: The Golden Army and after the first movie, Hellboy, came from Revolution and Sony.

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Ellen Degeneres Show Clip: Johnny Depp Doesn’t Dance

Check out a clip of Chloe on Ellen Degeneres today:

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