Getting excited about a reboot of a beloved movie is the kind of thing that traditionally leads to heartbreak, but everything about the upcoming remake of 'Carrie' has us intrigued and excited. Although the film won't hit theaters until October (just in time for Halloween, of course), a new image has made its way online, showcasing Chloe Grace Moretz's Carrie White as we know her best: traumatized, enraged and covered in blood!
Chloe Grace Moretz
There were rumors a few weeks back that 'Star Wars: Episode 7' could have a female lead and now we know where those rumors came from. It turns out director Matthew Vaughn did meet with Lucasfilm about directing 'Star Wars' and he had a very specific idea on who he wanted to star in his version of 'Star Wars: Episode 7' - Chloe Grace Moretz.
Earlier today, we were treated to the news that one-time '30 Rock' guest star Salma Hayek would reprise her role as Elisa for the January 31 series finale, but the final episode might not have anything on the star-studded size of this Thursday's "Game Over." Not only will esteemed '30 Rock' guest stars Will Arnett, Steve Buscemi, Chloe Moretz and Megan Mullally reprise their respective roles, but joining them will be 'The Help's Octavia Spencer! Get a sneak peek at the big '30 Rock' returns tomorrow night inside!
How iconic is the climax of 'Carrie'? So iconic that all you have to do is put a bunch of blood on a distressed teenage girl and everyone with even a slight knowledge of the horror genre will put two and two together. The first 'Carrie' poster for Kimberly Peirce's remake/re-adaption of 'Carrie' knows this and simply presents us with a blood drenched Chloe Grace Moretz, sans title.
In this week's Reel Women we discuss something that people often shy away from: the sexualization of young actresses. In Tim Burton's latest film, 'Dark Shadows,' Chloe Grace Moretz plays a pretentious, grating teen with all the sexual emphasis of the film's co-stars -- women who are more than twice her age.
Does Hollywood have a problem? Or are we the problem?
Perhaps the most frightening character in Stephen King's 'Carrie' is not Carrie herself, but her psychotic, religious fanatic mother. Margaret White was played to perfection in the 1976 movie version by Piper Laurie (who was nominated for an Oscar for her performance), and now another top-notch actress may take a crack at the role.