Chloë just like other celebrities (Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Angelina Jolie, etc.) has been moved to action after watching filmmaker Jason Russell’s stirring film about the world’s most wanted man, Joseph Kony. On her twitter she encourages to watch the video and buy action kit. It’s just amazing that she has taken to Twitter to offer her support to the cause.
The 30-minute film about the Lord’s Resistance Army leader promotes the efforts of grass roots youth movement Invisible Children, highlights the plight of African kids who are abducted from their families and forced to serve Kony’s LRA either as sex slaves or child soldiers. Kony 2012 ends with a call to action – Invisible Children members and supporters plan to ‘blanket’ the world with posters and images of Joseph Kony on April 20 in a bid to make the rebel leader so famous that he can no longer stay hidden.
Together we can make a change. Watch the video
and buy action kit
Few days ago Chloë Grace has posted on her twitter some interesting tweets about her appearance on ’30 Rock’ tv series…
On March 8, CBS aired new episode of tv series titled ‘Standards and Practices’ featuring our dearest Chloë Grace as Kaylie Hooper! :) It was 2nd episode of the 30 Rock, in which Chloë has appeared, the first one was ‘TGS Hates Women’, do you remember it? I have for you some medium quality stills from ‘Standards and Practices’ and I added them to photo gallery. Take a look!
TV Series — 30 Rock, #6.10 Standards and Practices (x6MQ)
Guess who is on the cover of December issue of Teen Vogue? Nobody else but Chloë Grace Moretz! Beautiful photo shoot in pastel tones was taken by Paola Kudacki and Chloë has been interviewed by Lauren Waterman. I’ve just added pics to the photo gallery and here’s what she said:
On how she started acting: “When [my brother] Trevor was fifteen and I was five he’d be practicing his monologues, and I just started memorizing them too. I guess something clicked.”
On her character in Hugo: “I play a book-smart 1930s girl who meets a boy, played by Asa Butterfield, and then they go on this crazy adventure and find out all of these amazing things about their lives.”
On why she loves acting: “I like these roles because they’re not me. That’s what’s fun about it. If I played another version of Chloë all the time, it would be boring.”
Professional Photoshoots — Paola Kudacki (Teen Vogue) (x07MQ)
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