The official teaser trailer for Carrie. In theaters Spring 2013.
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Kick-Ass actress Chloe Moretz has revealed how she likes to keep he home life separate from her professional career, as she does not want to blur any lines. Chloe stated that she does not allow any of her real friends to visit her on sets or to come to any of her movie premieres.
Moretz told InStyle magazine, “I don’t let them visit me filming and I don’t bring them to premieres. It’s a different head zone - when I’m on set, I’m working. When I’m just with my friends, I can just hang out, do normal stuff and generally be a complete idiot. It’s the same with everyone.
Chloe also spoke about how she got into acting at such a young age, thanks to the assistance of her brother. She tells how he got her into acting and she loved it from the word go and has not looked back since.
Chloe added, “I remember thinking, ‘Whatever this is, it makes me happy, and I want to do it,’ so we decided to do a few auditions, just to see. And Trevor said he’d teach me the acting skills he learned at school. If felt really comfortable, because it was just me hanging out with my brother.”
As well as praising her brother for her acting influence, was also full of praise for her mother. Chloe claims that her mother is her biggest style icon and has the best sense in fashion, which inspires what she wears.
Moretz continued, “She has some of the best clothes ever. There’s this insane red blazer from the 80s, it is literally the chicest thing. But it’s important that I don’t wear clothes that make me look way older than I am… like 25.”
Chloe Moretz has signed up to reprise her role as Mindy Macready aka Hit-Girl inKick-Ass 2, which is currently in the process of filming and is expected to be released in the US on June 28, 2013 and then in the UK on July 19, 2013.
Movie 43: Official Red Band Trailer
Halloween is a little over a month away. Have you picked out your costume? Chloë Moretz hasn’t revealed what she’s going as, but she has already planned what she’ll be doing: lending her support to the 62nd annual Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF campaign. The Dark Shadows actress talked exclusively with Celebrity Teen Scoop about her commitment.
“No matter where in the world I celebrate Halloween I always dress up with my friends and sometimes my brothers,” Chloë said. “We typically go trick-or-treating and sometimes attend fun Halloween parties thrown by my friends.
This year I’m so excited to be supporting Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. Trick-or-treating has always been one of my favorite things to do with my family and friends on Halloween. Now I can do it while helping to raise money for UNICEF. UNICEF is a great organization that helps millions of children in need around the world.”
For the first time in the program’s history, kids will have the chance to design their own collection boxes. They can submit their original designs to trickortreatforunicef.org, and the winning three will become part of a limited edition collection for next year’s campaign. Chloë will be designing her own collection box and will post her design on the site.
Other celebrity supporters of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF include Selena Gomez, Sarah Jessica Parker and Alyssa Milano.
“We couldn’t be more pleased to have Chloë‘s support for this year’s campaign. Not only is she a talented young actress, she is representative of the spirit and ingenuity displayed by generations of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF supporters,” said Caryl Stern, President and CEO of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.
If you’d like to participate in Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, you can order collection boxes and fundraising kits (which include blank collection boxes) at trickortreatforunicef.org or call 1-800-FOR-KIDS through Oct. 26. You can also donate $10 to Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF on your smart phone by texting the word ‘TOT‘ to UNICEF (864233).
Hollywood Actresses Design Shoes For Charity
CHLOE MORETZ is one of five young Hollywood actresses to collaborate with footwear designer Stuart Weitzman on a capsule collection of shoes to raise money for charity. The Young Hollywood Cares collection aims to raise funds and awareness of ovarian cancer.
Battleship’s Brooklyn Decker, Twilight’s Nikki Reed, Rock of Ages’ Julianne Hough and The Carrie Diaries’ AnnaSophia Robb, have also each co-designed a pair of shoes for the cause.
It’s not the first time that Weitzman has collaborated with celebrities on a charity initiative - last year’s inaugural Young Hollywood Cares collection featured designs from Olivia Palermo and Scarlett Johanssonand raised $80,000 (£49,400). Weitzman has previously said that he finds many actresses to be “frustrated fashion designers”.
“It doesn’t surprise me when they make requests or have ideas. They have a desire to create what they wear and what they look like,” he said. “It would be surprising to me if they didn’t want to have more input and try design.”
The five-piece collection will be available to buy exclusively at the Stuart Weitzman flagship boutiques in New York, Beverly Hills and Boston, as well as online at www.stuartweitzman.com. The proceeds will benefit Dr. Marsha A. Moses’ research into ovarian cancer at the Folkman Institute in Boston, US.
Pictured above: Chloe Moretz’s tan and navy lizette color-block calfskin lace-up brogue, $375 (£231)
Actress Chloe Grace Moretz has called on her fans to help raise awareness about rhino poaching to save the animals from extinction.
The Kick-Ass star, 15, has pledged her support to Rhinoheart, a non-profit organisation which aims to educate people around the world about the plight of the mammals, many species of which are considered to be critically endangered.
Alerting her Twitter.com followers to the cause on Thursday (27Sep12), Moretz writes, “On (Sunday) 8 Rhinos were killed in one day, and last night 4 more. The total number of poached Rhinos (is up) to 338 for 2012. Just in South Africa.”
She then directs fans to Rhinoheart’s social networking pages to spread the word about the campaign.
She adds, “By going to this twitter and Fb (Facebook) page… and liking/following we can Raise Awarness (sic)… Change the fate of these rhinos!”