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Chloe is on the cover of Nylon Magazine’s May issue!
Our May issue is all about Young Hollywood–and who better to represent it on our cover than Chloe Grace Moretz? The actress, who goes from fighting crime in Kick-Ass 2 to wreaking havoc in the Carrie remake later this year, talked to writer Alexandra Marshall about saving up for Chanel, getting into character, and working way harder than your average 16-year-old. While you wait for the issue to hit newsstands on April 30, check out our sneak peek and exclusive outtakes below. And because this is our Instagram issue, follow along @nylonmag and @cmoretz!
On the film vs TV debate:
“I always knew I wanted to do movies. The thing with TV is, people almost see you as a family member. You’re in their house every week, and you’re young and innocent. But if you’re 19 or 20, playing 15, and trying to transition into your sexuality, people are going to be like, ‘No, no, you’re my younger sister!’ Whereas for an actor in movies, theres’ a distance. They have to travel to the theater to see you. Plus, TV is more of a job, and it can become kind of monotonous. I love spontaneity, which is why I love playing a different character every few months.”
On playing the potty-mouthed teen Hit-Girl in Kick-Ass:
“We all looked at it and were like, ‘Who knows what people might think?’ They might be totally offended and never want to hear from me again, or people might love it and go, ‘This is the raddest female-empowerment Angelina Jolie-type character for an 11-year-ild girl.’ It was a big risk, a really big risk. People were saying to my mom, ‘What did you do to your child? You ruined her!’ But I was like, ‘It was my choice! I wanted to do it!’”
On going method as Carrie:
“I tried a new style of acting that I’ve never tried before. When I do a crying scene, I’m the type of actor who usually breaks right out of it afterwards, and I’m laughing and being silly. But with Carrie, I wanted to try staying in character and being in that dark space all day. I’m not very serious Method. It’s not like I didn’t talk to my family or go crazy and not eat, but with the director and the actors I was Carrie all the time on set. It was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had, but it was one of the darkest, and I’m terrified to see the movie because it’s the most vulnerable I’ve ever been.”
On why she’s never going to be a bad girl:
“I’m, like, incredibly straight-laced, considering what some 16-year-olds are doing. It’s probably because I’ve gone to nice events with big people there since I was a young girl. Kids my age at school are fighting to get into clubs and be around an open bar, whereas I’ve had the opportunity to drink or do drugs if I wanted to, and I haven’t. I look around me and go, ‘God’s put me here for a reason. Why would I want to go take a drug or do something that can strip away everything I’ve worked for?’ This business is not peaches and cream, and I’ve fought tooth and nail to earn this spot. I’m not a girl who’s ridden on a last name or lucked into it from getting on one project that blows up. I’ve worked for 11 years, and I have to keep working, too, because if I sat back on my haunches right now, I could disappear within a month.”
Yeah, yeah we know. IFC Films just picked up Olivier Assayas’ “Sils Maria,” even though it hasn’t shot a single frame, but perhaps they saw this casting coming and realized this is something they wanted to get their hands on.
Deadline reports that Chloe Moretz is in talks to join Juliette Binoche and Mia Wasikowska in the movie, which is sounding like a particularly meta little picture. Written by Assayas, who collaborated closely with Binoche, the story centers on an older actress who becomes obsessed over by a younger thesp (Moretz), who is taking a role made famous by the woman when she was younger. Got all that? So it’s reflection of past choices through the lens of the movie industry it would seem, a particularly fascinating prospect. As for Wasikowska, she will play Binoche’s assistant.
Production will be begin later this year as we presume Cannes honcho Thierry Fremaux is already making a few calls to try and lock this down for his 2014 lineup.
Richard E. Robbins’ documentary will hit theaters beginning April 19.
Girl Rising, Richard E. Robbins’ film about nine girls in different developing countries who dream of attending school, has been picked up by Regal Cinemas for a weeklong engagement.
Narrated by Cate Blanchett, Priyanka Chopra, Selena Gomez, Anne Hathaway, Salma Hayek, Alicia Keys, Chloe Moretz, Liam Neeson, Frieda Pinto, Meryl Streep and Kerry Washington, the documentary will begin showing April 19 in 150 theaters.
Girl Rising will also continue to be showcased in cities nationwide via Gathr, a new demand-based theatrical-distribution platform in which fans are committed to buying enough movie tickets to secure a screening.
FILM REVIEW: Girl Rising
“Regal recognizes the intense interest by American moviegoers demanding that this film be seen in their local communities,” stated Amy Miles, CEO of Regal Entertainment Group. “This movie is making an emotional impact on many of our patrons, me included. The stories from these extraordinary girls in nine different countries are accompanied by narration from an A-list of entertainers.”
A portion of ticket sales will go to the 10×10 Fund for Girls Education, a global campaign to educate and empower girls.
Girl Rising is produced by The Documentary Group and Paul Allen’s Vulcan Productions. CNN Films has global TV distribution rights and plans to air it soon. Allen, Tom Yellin, Holly Gordon and Jody Allen executive produced.
She’s only sixteen, but the rise of Chloe Moretz has been nothing short of remarkable. It’s hard to believe it was only four years ago that she appeared as the kid sister in “(500) Days Of Summer.” This year she’s got big movies on the way, with the sequel “Kick-Ass 2″ (which recently dropped a trailer just focused on her character) and horror remake “Carrie” (new trailer coming this week). And now it looks like she’s lining up a drama based on a book by one of the hottest authors of the moment.
Deadline reports that Moretz is in negotiations to join Charlize Theron in “Dark Places,” an adaptation of the novel by Gillian Flynn. As you’ll recall, none other that David Fincher is currently gearing up the writer’s “Gone Girl,” but this project is just as intriguing. The story centers on Libby Day, who as a teenager witnesses her family get murdered, and testifies against her brother when he is tried for the crime. 25 years later, Libby is brought before the secretive, crime-solving Kill Club who want to uncover the truth about what happened.
Moretz would take the role of Diondra in the movie, which is being written and directed by “Sarah’s Key” helmer Gilles Paquet-Brenner. Producers seem eager to get this one in front of cameras quickly (they wanted to start filming last month) and we presume the addition of Moretz means filming should be getting under way sooner rather than later.
Anne Hathaway, Chloe Moretz and Sam Rockwell are all deep in negotiations to join Laggies. The Lynn Shelton-directed dark comedy chronicles perpetual adolescent and late-twentysomething Megan (Hathaway) who, freaked out by her boyfriend’s marriage proposal, pretends to go on a career retreat but actually hides out for a week with 16-year-old Annika (Moretz), her new best friend. Mark Webber is also in talks to join the film as Megan’s boyfriend. Rockwell will play an older character named Craig in the film, written by Andrea Seigel. Steve Golin, Alix Madigan and Rosalie Swedlin are producing for Anonymous Content. Madigan brought the project to Anonymous, developing it and bringing Shelton on board to direct before attaching any cast.
It’s been a busy year so far for Shelton. After its premiere at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Magnolia picked up her latest effort Touchy Feely for worldwide distribution. The film is a follow-up to Your Sister’s Sister, which Shelton also wrote and directed. Touchy Feely stars Rosemarie DeWitt, Josh Pais and Ellen Page.
Shelton is repped by UTA and Anonymous Content. Seigel is repped by UTA. Rockwell is repped by Gersh and Untitled Entertainment. Moretz, repped by WME and 3 Arts, will be seen later this year reprising her Hit-Girl role in Kick-Ass 2 and as the lead in the Carrie reboot. Hathaway, repped by CAA and Management 360, won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar last month for her Les Misérables performance.