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Chloe Moretz Causes Mayhem in New 'Carrie' Trailer

Chloe Moretz Causes Mayhem in New 'Carrie' Trailer

Chloe Moretz makes her way through Heathrow Airport while heading to catch a flight to Berlin on Wednesday (August 28) in London, England.

The 16-year-old actress is featured in the new trailer for her film Carrie, in which she plays the tortured title character who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Chloe Moretz

Make sure to check out Carrie when it hits theaters on October 18. It also stars Julianne Moore, Judy Greer, Ansel Elgort, and Portia Doubleday!

FYI: Chloe is wearing Westward Leaning sunglasses.


Chloe Moretz Causes Mayhem in New “Carrie” Trailer

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8 Comments

# 1

She is not edgy or creepy enough to pull off Carrie. Sissy Spacek was perfect. She had that creepiness that worked.

Why remake it?

# 2

Chloe’s Carrie is very different from Sissy’s Carrie.
Spacek’s was a total wallflower – very timid and passive right up until the prom scene. Chloe’s version seethes with bitterness right from the get-go; like there’s a lot of pent-up anger that starts to drip like a leaky faucet in the first act, and then the pressure causes the pipes to totally rupture at the prom.
Just wait and you’ll see.

# 3

Too “pretty” to be Carrie…

# 4

Agreeing with Sayer…She does not pull off Carrie at all. And she has got to be one of the worst actors..she over does everything.

# 5

nicole, Lexi & sayer are right on the money. Saying Chloe over does everything is an understatement. The reason she can’t pull it off is because she knows nothing about being bullied in real life and never will. You’ll never see anyone looking in any way like Chloe being picked on in school.

# 6

@Sayer:

Sissy in general had very unique facial features that creeped me out unless she has make up on. I don’t know why. It’s like she is oddly beautiful but creepy looking in the same way. But hey… movie magic does wonders too! Plus Chloe did great in Let Me In and I think she’ll do great in this remake!

# 7

@Shane: Interesting that you know so much about her that you can state as fact that she’s never been bullied. You live with her?

# 8

My favorite of Chloe’s performances is in the often misunderstood movie “Hick.”

I think it will be hard to transform Chloe into an “outcast” girl that the boys wouldn’t want anything to do with, but look at what the gorgeous Charlize Theron was able to do in her extraordinary performance in “Monster.” This beautiful lady managed to provide one of the most disgusting screen persona’s I’ve ever seen. Her good looks were gone and she wasn’t, IMO, even recognizable as Charlize. (She got an Academy award for it.) It doesn’t look to me like Chloe got a complete makeover to make her creepy–we’ll see.

Julianne Moore is a fabulous actress (with fabulous legs too). I thought she was brilliant in the new movie “What Maisie Knew.” It’ll take some work, but I believe she should be able to pull off the role as Carrie’s religious nutter mom.

Trivia: Piper Laurie who played Carrie’s mom in the Sissy Spacek version, also played Lewellen’s religious nutter “grammie” in the underrated Dakota Fanning movie, “Hounddog.”

To play an outcast high school girl and really immerse yourself in such a role, I’d think it would require some reading about such people in the psychology literature. It would be the same problem as trying to put a true-to-life psychopath on the screen (seldom even attempted): reading “Without Conscience” would be a must.

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