Lovely as always, Chloe Grace was seen outside The Ed Sullivan Theater on Thursday (May 3) in New York City. Wearing a Christopher Kane dress with Jimmy Choo heels, she made an appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman in order to promote her two movies whoch are coming out next Friday – Dark Shadows, as well as Hick. The same day, Chloe was also seen walking hand by hand with her brother Trevor in New York. Enjoy the pics.
Here you can also watch her performance, unfortunately quality of the video isn’t the best. In the interview with David Letterman, Chloe talks driving a car, when she started acting, how is like to having 4 older brothers and working with Johnny Depp. What’s more at the end of the show, Chloe introduced an exclusive clip from “Dark Shadows”. Don’t forget to check it out!
Few minutes ago I added to photo gallery first photos from “Dark Shadows” press conference at SLS Hotel on April 29, 2012 in Beverly Hills. She with the director Tim Burton, Michelle Pfeiffer and Eva Green represented the cast at the event. Unfortunately Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham-Carter were absent. Anyway, she looks awesome, I love her look. What do you think? :) By the way, I’m still looking for some press videos, so I’ll add them as soon as it will be possible. Visit our gallery to view the photos ;-)
Thanks to JustJared.com, we can read some excerpts of FLAUNT’s interview with our Chloe. I have mentioned this few days ago and I have added this day small scans of the magazine. Now, I have for you the larger ones and the photos taken by Yu Tsai.Chloe looks incredible. I love her. Visit the photo gallery and view this beautiful photo shoot ;-)
On choosing roles:
I mean, yeah. I’ve done some kid stuff, but I mean I’m just driven to do stuff that is not ‘me,’ you know? … I just had a meeting with a director and I have three pages of notes on the psychology of the character and her thoughts and her past. It’s, like, as complicated as genetics.
Professional photographs —Yu Tsai for FLAUNT Magazines —FLAUNT Spring 2012
I’m hopefully going to Columbia University. I want to do a minor in Art History and major in Criminal Psychology. I find criminal psychology incredibly fascinating and scary and how volatile the human mind can be. And I really love classical art, definitely. I mean, I’ve been to so many amazing places in Paris and London, and I’ve seen some beautiful pieces.
I’m not doing campaigns yet. I want to wait a couple years, because I think if I do it right now, where am I going to go when I’m 20 and I’ve already done two campaigns or something? You know, I figure, why do everything so young and so fast? I’m only 15. Why rush everything? I’m saving a lot of stuff for later. A fashion campaign will come in due time.
Here it is, the red-band trailer for Derick Martini’s adaptation of “Hick”. The story follows Luli (Chloe Moretz), a 13-year-old Nebraskan girl, and her rough life of crime and seduction on the road after she runs away from her neglectful parents. Taken in by Glenda (Blake Lively), a hard-living grifter, the two take Las Vegas by storm, guns in hand. Eddie Redmayne, Rory Culkin, Juliette Lewis and Alec Baldwin also co-star in the adaptation which is slated to hit UltraVOD on May 8th and heads to select theaters starting on May 11th at the beginning of the summer.
As far as I’m concerned, I can’t wait to see it. I’m curious how Chloe managed her role (and I have no doubts about it!) but the critics aren’t impressed by the film nor Chloe Grace. As one critic wrote when the film debuted at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival: “‘Hick’ is an even worse film than ‘Kick-Ass,’ and a potential [Chloe] Grace-Moretz career-killer.” We’ll see.
On April 26, Chloe Grace attended the CinemaCon Awards ceremony at the Pure Nightclub at Caesars Palace during CinemaCon, the official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners. As it had been announced before, Chloe received the Female Star of Tomorrow Award so we can see the photos of her as she was smiling and posing with the award. Congrats, Chloe!