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Stephen King’s Carrie Remake to Kick Ass?
Carrie is coming back. Let the terror continue. The story and the film are among Stephen King’s most well-known and now a re-make is in the works. This much is true, the right lady for the job has been cast to aquatint an all new generation with the frightening tale. Moretz is believable in just about any role she takes. She’s a bright young actress who I find to be under appreciated.
MGM, Screen Gems and director Kim Peirce are in negotiations with Moertz as we speak.
Darkness must be Chloe’s middle name.
Nevermind that the young actress was the center of controversy when her Kick Ass alter ego, Hit Girl, was tossed around by full grown man, acted by Mark Strong. She was also nominated for a Young Artist Award for her performance in The Amityville Horror and was a very dark child opposite Mentalist actor Simon Baker in the Santa Muerte-involved independent flick, Not Forgotten. Of course she also starred as the preteen vampire in the english language version of Let the Right One In, called Let Me In.
Cloe will also appear in Time Burton’s Dark Shadows this May. That’s a whole lot of dark!