Uploaded photos of Chloe at the “Carrie” premiere and Julianne Moore’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremony to the gallery.
Carrie star Chloë Moretz has signed on to star in the big-screen adaptation of Sam Munson’s 2010 novel November Criminals for Hitchcock director Sacha Gervasi. The novel tells the story of Addison, a D.C.-based high school senior who becomes obsessed with investigating the murder of one of his classmates while applying for colleges. Moretz will play the part of Phoebe. The lead role has yet to be cast.
French filmmaker Olivier Assayas, the man behind “Carlos” and “Summer Hours,” is embarking on his English language feature debut. Bringing together a starry cast, cameras are currently rolling on “Sils Maria,” and thanks to some overseas press, some first looks at the film have arrived.
Starring a promising trifecta of actresses in Juliette Binoche, Chloe Grace Moretz and Kristen Stewart, the film will tell the story an older actress (Binoche) who gets obsessed-over by a younger thesp (Moretz) taking on a role that her made famous. As you’ll see below, Johnny Flynn (who featured in the director’s “Something In The Air” and stars opposite Anne Hathaway in the upcoming “Song One”) plays the love interest of Moretz, but sorry Twihards, no official snaps of KStew. (Though there are plenty of unofficial ones floating around).
No word yet on a release date, but we’d wager to keep your eyes on Cannes next spring, with IFC Films already slated to distribute the film in the United States.
Chloe Moretz poses next to a car alongside her co-stars Tye Sheridan and Shannon Kook in this first official still from their highly anticipated movie Dark Places!
The movie stars Charlize Theron as a woman who survived the brutal killing of her family as a child and is forced to confront the events of that day by a secret society obsessed with solving notorious crimes.
Tye plays young Ben Day, the brother of Charlize‘s character who she accuses of killing the rest of the family.
Dark Places also stars Nicholas Hoult, Christina Hendricks, Corey Stoll, and others! It is set to hit theaters everywhere on September 1.
“Mirror Mirror” writer Melisa Wallack wrote a previous draft
Kealan O’Rourke will rewrite “Emily the Strange,” a movie based on the Dark Horse graphic novels that will star Chloe Grace Moretz as the titular goth girl, according to two individuals with knowledge of the deal. Melisa Wallack (“Mirror Mirror”) wrote a previous draft of the script, which is in development at Universal.
Rob Reger and his company Cosmic Debris created the character in 1993, and it has since become popular worldwide in myriad forms, from books to clothing to entertainment. Dark Horse Comics has released several graphic novels related to Emily, and Dark Horse Entertainment’s founder and president Mike Richardson will produce the film adaptation.
Dark Horse’s Keith Goldberg will executive produce the film with Reger.
O’Rourke has previously written and directed several shorts, including ‘The Boy in the Bubble.” That is being turned into a movie, one of three other projects O’Rourke has set up across town. He is also developing “The Houdini Box” for Chernin Entertainment and “Bolivar” for Warner Bros.
He is represented by Paradigm, manager Jairo S. Alvarado and attorney Robert Szymanski.