Kimberly Peirce (Getty Images)The new Carrie movie hits theaters Friday, and it boasts a knockout performance from Julianne Moore, a new take on the prom revenge sequence that benefits from modern special effects, and the kind of director you don't normally associate with horror remakes. Kimberly Peirce, whose status as an openly lesbian filmmaker lent an extra layer of meaning to her breakthough movie, Boys Don't Cry, took on Carrie only after receiving the blessing of the original director...Read Full Story
Chloe Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore as mother and daughter in Carrie. (From MGM)Blood, glorious blood! Jeez, Carrie is a blood bath. (Or is "blood shower" more accurate?) As a symbol, as a catalyst, as a consequence, Carrie was always a story that took full advantage of horror's most potent substance, and this new version gives us all that red, red blood in excruciating slow motion detail.All that said, Carrie is no gore fest. Just like the original, and the book before it, the real horror...Read Full Story
(Getty Images | MGM)As anyone who's seen a trailer or even a poster for the new Carrie can attest to, it's a very bloody role for Chloe Grace Moretz, who plays the remade horror icon who has pig blood dumped on her head at her high school prom.Well in case you're thinking about dressing up as Carrie for Halloween, be careful with all that fake blood. It can get messy. She talked about the various concoctions used on the movie's set this week while speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, and it...Read Full Story
You always hear about the celebs who are bitter enemies, but there are plenty of stars who stand by each other through the good and bad. For instance, Abigail Breslin has been reaching out to her pal Chloe Grace Moretz, whose mom has been battling cancer.Moretz tweeted Tuesday: "Please pray for my mama."Breslin replied with a message to her fans and followers: "Guys, please send prayers and love for my girl @ChloeGMoretz mom. Love you, Chlo. Xx"The Kick-Ass star responded...Read Full Story
(Getty) Chloe Grace Moretz is pretty pissed. The 16-year-old actress took to Twitter on Sunday to dispel rumors that she had died. According to the Global Associated News, the Carrie actress had "died shortly after a snowboard accident in Switzerland." True, the actress has been spotted in recent days touring the Swiss country, but she's alive and kicking folks.
“I don’t know who made this up but you’re disgusting. I am not dead. I did not die from snowboarding. It isn’t even snowing here in...Read Full Story
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