Photos of Chloe at the “Movie 43″ premiere in Los Angeles, and an interview in which Chloe talks about working on the film and working with Elizabeth Banks.

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Jack Donaghy will face off with his flamboyant nemesis Devon Banks one last time before 30 Rock‘s big sendoff.

Up All Night star Will Arnett is slated to reprise his fan-fave role in one of the long-running NBC comedy’s final installments — and we have your first look at his bound-to-be funny return.

In the episode titled “Game Over,” Jack forms an alliance with his longtime foe in order to gain control of Kabletown from devious whiz kid Kaylie Hooper (played by returning guest star Chloe Grace Moretz). The half-hour also sees Oscar winner Octavia Spencer guest as the star of Tracy’s new movie and welcomes back Steve Buscemi‘s doofy — and feminized — private investigator.


You can now find photos of Chloe walking the carpet at the 2013 People’s Choice Awards, and presenting two awards along with actor Matt Bomer.

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Chloe Moretz keeps it sheer while attending the 2013 Teens For Jeans event at Palihouse on Tuesday (January 8) in West Hollywood, Calif.

The 15-year-old actress was the host for the event, which promotes people to donate jeans to any Aeropostale stores since there are approximately 1.7 million homeless teens who request that item specifically.

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Have a look at Chloe promoting the campaign in a newly released PSA below, which includes Rachel Bilson, Hayden Christensen, Demi Lovato, and Chace Crawford.

To make a difference, donate your jeans from January 14-February 10!


A brand new poster for “Carrie” has been revealed and a new release date. The film is being pushed back for an October release date.

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After our own Tyler Wantuch made a call for what he would like to see in Kimberly Peirce’s new take on Stephen King’s classic Carrie, it looks like the film won’t be arriving as early as expected. Though the film was slated for release on March 15th, Sony Pictures announced today that the film has been pushed back to October 18th. Honestly, that makes it a better fit for the Halloween season, but we can’t help but be worried by a delay like that. Maybe the studio felt the film was a better horror film than a March release implied, but maybe there’s trouble behind the scenes in post-production? There’s no specifics. Read on!

At this point, it’s hard to say what caused the delay, but now the film will open against Luc Besson’s Malavita and Warner Bros. The Seventh Son, two films that don’t really have much hype yet, and aren’t really worrisome contenders. If we’re being really optimistic, maybe Sony thinks there’s some Oscar worthy performances from Chloe Moretz and Julianne Moore, and they’d like to position the film better for awards season. We may never know. In the meantime, The Film Stage noticed this new poster (with the old release date) featuring a different blood soaked image of the titular character after the iconic blood spill