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That’s insane, promotion of Dark Shadows still lasts…I have for you new interview with Chloe, mainly related to Dark Shadows ;-) In the following exclusive interview with ShockTillYouDrop.com, Chloe talks about returning to a darker side of cinema, working alongside Burton and what fans can expect from her Carrie White next year.
STYD.com: I’m sure Tim Burton is a name that you grew up with, watching his films. You’ve also appeared in a quite a few genre roles. It seems like working with him is, in many ways, a perfect fit.
Chloë Grace Moretz: Yeah, definitely. I’ve always kind of gravitated towards darker roles, but I also just try and find the best projects that I really connect to and that I feel – not just on a personal level – will stretch me as an actor and let me manipulate myself to do cool stuff.
STYD.com: It’s kind of crazy that you beat Johnny Depp to playing a vampire.
Chloë Grace Moretz: Oh yeah, you’re right! I did that when I was 12. There you go. I was young. A younger vampire.
STYD.com: Does a similiar mentality come into play between acting in Let Me In and Dark Shadows?
Chloë Grace Moretz: That one was a lot darker. Much darker. My vampire was very, very, very, very dark. His vampire has some light areas and kind of funny bits. Mine was not as pretty. In this, she doesn’t want to be part of the family and has a very dark secret. She’s a very special character. Carolyn is this young Woodstock-type girl who’s all about free love and open but, at the same time, she’s dealing with more stuff than anyone can even imagine. She’s not just going through the transitional phase of 15, but she’s dealing with stuff that no one can understand.
STYD.com: Carolyn is a big fan of the music of the day. Did you go back and find yourself enjoying any specific ’70s songs?
Chloë Grace Moretz: Oh yeah! Simons and Garfunkel and Cat Stevens and The Carpenters! So many things!
STYD.com: You actually get to perform a song with Alice Cooper in this.
Chloë Grace Moretz: I did get to perform with Alice Cooper! That was very special. That was a highlight of my career.
STYD.com: When projects come along these days, what is it you’re looking for as far as roles go?
Chloë Grace Moretz: Right now, I’m just thinking about roles that I’d like to see myself in or that I’d like to see made. So far, every role I’ve done I’ve been very proud of. I choose roles that will stretch me emotionally and physically as an actor. Right now it’s Carrie. I start that June 1st. I can’t really say much about it, but keep an eye out. I’m doing a lot of pre-production. You can check out Kimberly Peirce’s Facebook page. She’s keeping everyone updated on what I’m doing.
As you know, Chloe Moretz recently signed on to play the title character in director Kimberly Pierce’s remake of “Carrie”. The actress, out promoting “Dark Shadows”, tells MovieHole.net that she’s going to have to take a bit of a vacation after the film because of how exhausting she imagines it’s going to be playing the telekinetic character at the center of Stephen King’s book. Moretz also speaks about the full-on audition she had to do for the movie.
As it seems, Chloe is slowly becoming a fashionista! In another interview she told that she will be designing her own dress for the infamous prom scene in “Carrie”! She also informed that she starts work June 1 in Toronto, “and right now she’s just doing a lot of really amazing pre-production.” She’s a worker bee!
“I’m actually building my own dress and kind of going really deep into it, and I’ve never gone so deep into a role before,” says Chloe, presumably talking about the prom dress Carrie wears in the film’s third act. “Yeah, it’s cool, it’s a lot of work. Fun, but a lot of work.”
“I might be making my own dress,” Moretz said. “One of my ideas for the character was to actually go and make my own dress, and I’m actually using my friend’s old drapes and making my own dress, and I’m going to sew it and everything, and I’m actually going to go out and wear it for a few weeks. I’m sure you guys are going to get some great, lovely photos of me walking down the street in some weird A-line thing, but it will be good. It will put me in there.”
“De Palma’s movie is absolutely amazing. Kim is actually really good friends with De Palma, and they’re talking about the movie and they’re good friends, so we’re taking a lot of his notes,” Moretz said. “But what we’re actually doing is we’re taking the book and we’re breaking the book down and we’re putting a lot of elements of the book into our story, so it’s more of like a ‘Black Swan’ version of it. So you really see the mythology of the character and you really see everything going on with Carrie. It’s darker.”
According to Box Office Mojo, release date of Brian De Palma’s “Carrie” remake, film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel “Carrie” is set for March 15, 2013!
Carrie is the film directed by Kimberly Pierce, starring Chloe Grace Moretz as Carrie. We still don’t know who will play Carrie’s mother — Jodie Foster or Julianne Moore. Have you ever seen Brian De Palma’s movie or read the book? If you haven’t, read what the film is about:
A modern classic, Carrie introduced a distinctive new voice in American fiction — Stephen King. The story of misunderstood high school girl Carrie White, her extraordinary telekinetic powers, and her violent rampage of revenge, remains one of the most barrier-breaking and shocking novels of all time. Make a date with terror and live the nightmare that is… Carrie.
I’m so sorry that I’m posting this just today, but I’m very busy, so sorry again! You probably know that Chloe wins title role in ‘Carrie’ remake! Such a great news for every Chloe Grace fan! According to HotFlix.com, Chloe was in competition with “Haunting of Molly Hartley” star Haley Bennett for the title role in director Kimberly Peirce’s “Carrie” remake, but now everybody says that Moretz has officially been offered the part. Moreover, it appears the actress was so well-liked in her first audition last weekend that she booked the job right off the bat. Reportedly, our Chloe is much closer in age to the character she’ll be playing than the 24-year-old Bennett would have been, though there’s no way of knowing whether that factored into Peirce and the studios’ decision.
“Carrie” is a remake of the Brian De Palma film, which itself was based on Stephen King’s 1974 debut novel. The story tells of a teenage misfit named Carrie White who uses her telekinetic powers to unleash destruction on her small town after a cruel prank is pulled on her at the high school prom.
Taking on Twitter, Chloe told her fans the news, saying: