Chloe attended the Much Music Video Awards today (June 15). She also presented an award. We are working on finding and adding photos and a video.

[June 15] Much Music Video Awards

I have been working hard all night to fill gaps that we have in our photo album and expanding the candids section. I have also added recent photos for your viewing pleasure. A small portion of what I have added is below. Check out the gallery for more photos.

[June 14] Arriving in Toronto for the Much Music Video Awards

[June 13] At the NHL Stanley Cup Finals Game 5

[June 7] At the NHL Stanley Cup Finals Game 2

[June 6] Out and about in West Hollywood

Enjoy the updates. I am still slowly but surely trying to add all the photos I possibly can to the gallery.

If you haven’t noticed I have added some new layouts around here. Yes, you are at the same site. I’ve been wanting a fresh new re-vamp of the site for a while and with the help of some friends it finally happened. I am working so hard to make this the biggest and best Chloe site on the web. I am still adding new photos to the gallery and I still have some new projects in mind. Please keep coming back and I will keep doing my best to add whatever I can find. If you have something that I am missing feel free to email and I will be more than happy to get it added. Thank you for your continued support of this site. Viewers keep me going and I am doing everything to show my support to Chloe and give you viewers everything that you need.

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our new main site layout was made by my talented friend Kaci. I wanted something professional and fun and she pulled it off as she always does. Kaci actually designed our very first layout and she was the designer of our last gallery theme so she’s no stranger to Chloe Moretz Fan.


our new gallery layout was a collaboration effort. I purchased a pre-made layout from my friend Archie and modified it for the site. Archie is no stranger to us either. He has designed for our main site before. I love the creativity he puts into his designs and coding.


After a year and a half of teasing our forums are finally open! I modified the theme from a theme I got online. I want the forums to be a fun and safe place for fans to go to talk to each other and really get to know each other. No bullying will be allowed. I have made the boards private for the safety of our members. I want you to feel safe and like you are with your friends because that is what we should be. Registration is open just sign up for an account, activate it and post away! I will be around on there too so you can get to know me (the girl behind the site) as well. I really want the forums to be a success as I want to get to know my viewers and make some new friends as well. Please join and tell your friends. Don’t be scared to post or start new topics. I know the chat box gets used a lot around here so feel free to take conversation to the forums now too.

Remember back in April, when the trailer for If I Stay was released and melted you into a puddle of tears? Well, if you’ve spent the last two months recovering from that preview of the upcoming movie, sorry to inform you: it’s about to get worse — a lot worse. On Thursday, an If I Stay prologue was released that somehow manages, in less than two minutes, to be even more heartbreaking than the movie’s trailer. Prepare yourselves accordingly.

While the trailer focused mostly on showcasing the relationship between Mia (Chloe Grace Moretz) and Adam (Jamie Blackley) before the accident that took the lives of Mia’s family, the prologue is all after: ambulances, hospital visits, scenes of Mia in tears as she watches tragedy after tragedy unfold before her eyes. Sure, there’s a handful of uplifting moments — flashbacks of Mia and Adam taking in a concert, photos of her parents smiling and unhurt — but they’re few and far between in a clip that’s clearly meant to turn viewers into a sobbing mess. And oh, does it succeed.

The prologue also features Moretz reciting lines of narration straight out of Gayle Forman’s novel, which should satisfy fans of the book hoping for a faithful adaptation. “How am I supposed to decide this? How can I possibly stay without Mom and Dad?” Mia asks, before later realizing, as in the novel, that the choice of living or dying is entirely up to her.

“I am running the show,” she says. “Everyone is waiting on me. I decide. I know that now. And that terrifies me more than anything else that’s happened today.”

Aaaand tears. If I Stay, based on Forman’s 2009 bestselling novel, will be released on August 22. Check out the prologue below:


A US release date for Clouds of Sils Maria has been announced. The movie will hit US theaters on December 1, 2014. Mark your calendars.

Kristen Stewart and Chloe Moretz star in the ominous trailer for their new film Clouds of Sils Maria.

Juliette Binoche stars in the film as an older actress who reflects upon her age and career when thinking about a role she played in her youth after a younger star (Moretz) steps into the spotlight. Kristen plays Juliette‘s assistant.

The film currently has no US release date, however, IFC Films plans to release it in theaters later this year. We can’t wait!

Check out the trailer below.


Kick-Ass 3 Update: Sad news for Kick-Ass fans as comic book writer and creator of Kick-Ass Mark Millar, reveals that Kick-Ass 3 movie will be the final installment of his revered comic book series.
According to, Millar said that a third film is on the works and he will end it in a way he conceptualized the whole series, by being realistic and how dangerous it is to become a superhero in real life.
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“‘Kick-Ass 3′ is going to be the last one, though. I told Universal this and they asked me, ‘What does that mean?’ I said, ‘It means that this is where it all ends.’ They said, ‘Do they all die at the end?’ I said, ‘Maybe’ – because this is a realistic superhero story. And if someone doesn’t have a bullet proof vest like Superman and doesn’t have Batman’s millions then eventually he is going to turn around the wrong corner and get his head kicked in or get shot in the face. So ‘Kick-Ass’ needs to reflect that. There has to be something dramatic at the end, he cannot do this for the rest of his life.”
It is a no-brainer that Kick-Ass 2 has a huge fan base, as it is considered as one of the most unique superhero stories out there. It is a story most comic book fans can relate to and at some point, might have even imagined themselves doing the same thing. However, Millar would like to remain true to his advocacy.
“It’s the conclusion of the Dave Lizewski story. I’m almost done, I’ve nearly finished the book,” said Millar, who took a producer’s role on both 2010′s Kick-Ass and current sequel Kick-Ass 2. “It’s the end. It’s weird. My agent keeps saying to me, ‘We’re making a lot of money here. Let’s do Kick-Ass 4 and 5.’ But I said, ‘No, I’ve got to stay true to my principles’.”
As per the fate of titular character, Dave Lizewski (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), it would not be a surprise if he is the major character that might end up dying. Considering the fact how much attention he got from hooligans all over his city. Hitgirl (Chloe Moretz), is a totally different story, but as Millar has said, nobody is safe and immortal in the Kick-Ass world.
In a recent interview, Johnson was asked if he can revisit a character in sequels, most probably his role as Kick-Ass, Johnson says he’s still figuring out how to do that:
“I think I’d breach those when it comes to the sequels… I guess so, you know? [Laughs] I’m just taking it one day at a time.”
Aaron Taylor-Johnson is set to star as Quicksilver in the highly anticipated film Avengers Age of Ultron and will probably play bigger roles in future Marvel films.
What do you think Kick-Ass fans? If you get to choose who lives among the two, who should it be? And If Aaron Taylor Johnson will be replaced, who is the likeliest replacement? Let us know!


Chloe attended the 2014 Costume Institute Gala last night. I have added 40 HQ photos to our gallery.

Chloe Grace Moretz is no stranger to kicking ass and burning down the prom. But for her next act, the young actress is attempting to bring you a new kind of heartbreak.

Moretz is the star of “If I Stay,” based on the young adult novel written by Gayle Forman. It centers on Mia, a young cellist with nothing but boundless opportunities on the horizon. She’s been accepted into Julliard. She’s falling in love with a guitarist named Adam. Her torn feelings between her professional and personal future are the greatest conflicts in her life.

And then comes the crash.

Mia’s world is turned upside down during a horrific car accident that kills her parents, and leaves Mia in a coma. She has an existential, out-of-body experience where she realizes she has a choice to make: stay alive and struggle through the extraordinarily difficult tragedy, or allow herself to pass on.

It’s a powerful, emotional conflict that plays to great tragic effect in this first, exclusive look at the “If I Stay” trailer. In addition to Moretz, the film stars “The Killing” veteran Mireille Enos as Mia’s mother, and relative newcomer Jamie Blackley as Mia’s boyfriend, Adam.

“The readers are very serious about me and Adam, and they really need that palpable relationship, and for me, I just want to go in there and create that relationship with Jamie,” Moretz told MTV News last October, ahead of production. “It’s that young love, and you have to capture that feeling.”

“If I Stay” hits theaters on August 22.


The next potential YA franchise may have zeroed in on its leading lady. We have learned that Sony and director J Blakeson have offered the lead role of Cassie Sullivan in “The 5th Wave” to Chloe Moretz.

The Rick Yancey book on which the film is based takes place in the wake of an alien invasion that wipes out nearly the entire human population. Cassie is a 16 year old girl who is one of the remaining survivors. When her little brother is taken away by shady (human) forces, Cassie journeys to find him, meeting a mysterious young man named Evan Walker along the way.

There’s no indication whether Moretz will accept the role nor whether a deal would close, but this at least gives us some indication of the direction the film wants to take. They obviously want someone who’s a bit of a name, and one who’s had serious ass-kicking experience on screen to boot. Recently, while promoting the book’s first sequel, “The Infinite Sea,” Yancey told USA Today that casting on the film would be announced “in the next couple of weeks,” so we should be hearing official word on this either way fairly soon.

Moretz was last seen in the “Carrie” remake and next has indie comedy “Laggies,” crime thriller “The Equalizer” and Gillian Flynn adaptation “Dark Places,” as well as a different YA adaptation, “If I Stay,” ready to come out.