The live-action version of The Little Mermaid has finally gotten their Ariel. Chloë Grace Moretz, known for Kick-Ass and the Carrie remake, is set to star in Universal’s re-telling of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale about a young mermaid who yearns to become human.
Carrie is a movie that already exists, starring John Travolta, a pig, tampons, and Sissy Spacek's rolling horse eyes. Based on Stephen King's 1974 novel, it's quite good—smartly reframing the horrible, bloody confusion of womanhood and the hell of high school as the villain and backdrop of a literal horror movie. For…
Born-into-stupidly-rich-and-famous-circumstances Jaden Smith, 15-year-old student at the Scientology-based New Village Leadership Academy (founded by Will and Jada) and part-time Teen Philosopher, is all, "We Don't Need No Education."
Surprising no one at all on the entire earth, even baby oysters taking a nap, Russell Brand has lately been hinting that his dissatisfaction with monogamy is what broke up his marriage to Katy Perry. Woebetide wandering penises locked into vaginal monogamy!
In today's Tweet Beat, Chloë Moretz gets a (hopefully) fake engaged, Evan Rachel Wood teams up with Miley Cyrus against the paps, James Deen likes candy (who can blame him) and look forward to a great episode of Parks and Rec.
Did you guys forget that Sarah Jessica Parker can do more than make weird constipated/thinking faces and stare at the computer screen of an outdated Mac? She's a triple threat, y'alls!
Finally! After months of mental prick and clit teasing, Julianne Moore has finally, officially, signed on to play the tyrannical mother in the highly anticipated remake of Carrie. It's not the first time she's taken on the classics — playing Lila Crane in Gus Van Sant's 1998 take on Psycho — and if Chloe Moretz in the…
NEW YORK, NY - MAY 03: Actors Chloe Grace Moretz and Rory Culkin attend the Cinema Society & Phase 4 Films screening of 'Hick' at the Crosby Street Hotel on May 3, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)
In this edition of Tweet Beat, Chloe Moretz reminisces about the good ol' days with Jennifer Lawrence, Juliette Lewis and Bret Easton Ellis have opinions on men and women, Sarah Silverman wants you to can it with the baby talk and Courtney Love is spitting diamonds.
They're remaking Carrie. Is this news to you? I guess it shouldn't be — Hollywood is full of dummies making remakes because the world is full of dummies who refuse to see anything new. Why wouldn't they remake something so dear to so many horror loving hearts?
In this week's TV roundup, the premiere of GCB, Springfield is Westeros in The Simpsons opening titles, the most awkward serenade on Smash and the return of an old young nemesis on 30 Rock.And it happened in the first three minutes. Jesus, Sean Hayes. Girl needed to let off a little steam. Give her a…
Last night's premiere of Hugo — the film version of the book The Invention of Hugo Cabret, directed by none other than Martin Scorsese — brought out some of my fave folks. Marty! Steve Buscemi! Patricia Clarkson! Chloe Moretz! Something about a rainy New York night and a movie about an orphan who lives in a train…
The music video for Best Coast's new track, "Our Deal," is directed by Drew Barrymore, and features a slew of young stars acting like street toughs. A la Romeo and Juliet or West Side Story, Chloe Moretz of Kick Ass and Tyler Posey of Teen Wolf are star-crossed lovers from rival gangs; iCarly's Miranda Cosgrove is uh,…
And not just because, at the premiere of Never Say Never, half the crowd was expiring from Bieber Fever. No, to believe the evidence presented by this master class in youth fashion, we have bigger concerns.
- Seriously, this kid's got some great genes.
The Hot Topic-friendly cat-loving anti-social cartoon character found in 35 countries is getting her own movie, and Chloe will star. Emily's creator says: "When I first met Chloe I knew I found my Emily."
What's the most shocking thing about Hit Girl in the forthcoming Kick-Ass? Is it that she's a young girl committing violence? Or is it that word — cunt? Maybe it's just how easily the filmmakers have played us all.