Kim Kardashian hit back at Bette Midler, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Piers Morgan on Monday night, after the trio dinged the reality star for posting a naked selfie.
“Hey @BetteMidler I know it’s past your bedtime but if you’re still up and reading this send nudes,” Kardashian wrote, adding the hashtag #justkidding. Kardashian also called out Midler for previously sending her a gift and “trying to be a fake friend.”
Later in the day, Moretz also commented on the photo, tagging Kardashian directly in a pair of tweets. “I truly hope you realize how important setting goals are for young women, teaching them we have so much more to offer than just our bodies,” she wrote. Moretz, who also retweeted Midler’s joke, added, “There’s a huge difference in respecting the platform that you’re given as a celebrity and ‘slut shaming,’ something I never have done and would never do.”
Later in the day, Kim replied to Chloe:
What do you think about it?
Chloe turns 19 today and we at Chloe Moretz Web want to wish her the best of birthdays!
Hollywood actress Chloë Grace Moretz has called out the Miss Universe competition for supposedly “judging women walking around in bathing suits” and suggested how it could further celebrate the lives of women.
In a series of tweets, Moretz, who starred in “Kick Ass” and “If I Stay,” said that in this day and age, the 64-year-old pageant needs to do away with its swimsuit competition.
“Miss universe is still judging women walking around in bathing suits. If it’s based on confidence, why [are] we zooming in on their bodies?..”
“It’s a new time.. I think it’s time we cut the swimsuit section from miss Universe ..” she said.
For her, the pageant needs to shift its focus in vetting women based on how they speak before the public and on their “philanthropic tenacity.”
“Let’s do a miss universe based on interviews and public speaking and philanthropic tenacity,” the 18-year-old actress said.
Moretz, meanwhile, praised Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach, saying that she deserved the crown.
“Miss Philippines deserves that she felt so genuine and real,” she said.
Sofia Coppola left the live-action project earlier this year following creative differences with the studio
Chloe Grace Moretz is set to star in “The Little Mermaid,” the live-action movie from Universal and Working Title that Sofia Coppola was previously attached to direct, TheWrap has learned.
Richard Curtis (“Love, Actually”) is nearing a deal to write the script for the film, which is based on the beloved tale from Hans Christian Andersen.
The original story follows a mermaid who saves a man from drowning and falls in love with him.
Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner will produce, while Liza Chasin and Amelia Granger will executive produce. Universal executives Erik Baiers and Chloe Yellin will oversee the project for the studio.
Coppola left “The Little Mermaid” earlier this year due to creative differences. Universal wanted to cast an established star like Moretz to justify the budget, while Coppola was open to making a discovery and more interested in casting a relative unknown. At the time, insiders suggested that Maya Thurman-Hawke was the favorite for the coveted role.
Moretz is becoming a favorite on the Universal lot, as she’s also filming the studio’s sequel “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.” She next stars in Sony’s “The Fifth Wave,” and has the indies “November Criminals” and “Brain on Fire” in the can.
Anne Hathaway, Keanu Reeves, Daniel Radcliffe, Chloe Grace Moretz and Jeff Goldblum will star in Shane Carruth‘s indie drama “The Modern Ocean” alongside Tom Holland, Asa Butterfield and “Beasts of No Nation” breakout Abraham Attah, it was announced Tuesday.
Carruth will also star in the movie, which FilmNation Entertainment will begin shopping to international buyers at the upcoming American Film Market. The script is said to be 200 pages long and feature pictures and diagrams.
“The Modern Ocean” chronicles a competition for valuable shipping routes and the search for a hidden cache of priceless material. The film is said to explore the powerful need for vengeance in a secretive world filled with mysterious technologies and bitter rivalries.
“The Modern Ocean” is being produced by Blackbird’s Lawrence Inglee, Carruth’s erbp Film and Tadmor’s Eyal Rimmon.
Carruth previously directed the esoteric indies “Primer” and “Upstream Color,” which earned him admiration and respect from many in Hollywood despite the fact that neither film lit up the box office.