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Chloe Grace Moretz Takes 1800s Military Inspiration to Met Gala 2022 in Metallic Tailcoat & Pumps

Click here to read the full article. Chloe Grace Moretz boosted a regency-esque outfit with slick heels to match for the 2022 Met Gala in New York City. While leaving the Mark Hotel, Moretz posed for paparazzi in a set of pale pink trousers and a plunging ruffled crop top, both by Louis Vuitton. Topping the outfit was an ornate metallic silver coat, featuring long tails and sleeves with millitary-esque curved lapels. The ensemble was an homage to the Regency era of the 1800s, while remaining modern through its materials, color palette and silhouettes. View this post on Instagram A post shared...
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'Nimona' movie with Chloe Grace Moretz coming to Netflix

April 11 (UPI) -- Netflix has acquired the previously scrapped animated film Nimona. The streaming service confirmed Monday that it is developing the new movie featuring the voices of Chloe Grace Moretz, Riz Ahmed and Eugene Lee Yang. Nimona was originally in the works at Blue Sky Studios, which shut...
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‘Nimona’: Chloë Grace Moretz, Riz Ahmed & Eugene Lee Yang To Topline Animated Pic From Netflix And Annapurna

Click here to read the full article. Chloë Grace Moretz (Mother/Android), Riz Ahmed (Sound of Metal) and Eugene Lee Yang (Spring Bloom) will lead the animated film Nimona, based on ND Stevenson’s New York Times bestselling graphic novel, which is heading to Netflix in 2023. In the film from directors Nick Bruno and Troy Quane (Spies in Disguise), Knight Ballister Boldheart (Ahmed) is framed for a crime he didn’t commit and the only person who can help him prove his innocence is Nimona (Moretz), a shape-shifting teen who might also be a monster he’s sworn to kill. Set in a techno-medieval...
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Play Cult Leader Jim Jones in Film About Jonestown Massacre with Chloë Grace Moretz

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is attached to star in a new film titled White Night, which will recount the famed 1978 Jonestown massacre in Guyana. Gordon-Levitt, 40, will embody cult leader Jim Jones, who as the head of the Peoples Temple led more than 900 of his followers to die by suicide by drinking cyanide-laced punch in a remote commune in South America, PEOPLE confirms.
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Chloë Grace Moretz, Joseph Gordon-Levitt to star in ‘White Night’ for FilmNation, Archer Gray

Chloë Grace Moretz and Joseph Gordon-Levitt will star for FilmNation and Archer Gray in the cult thriller and hot EFM sales title White Night. Anne Sewitsky, whose credits include Sundance 2011 grand jury prize-winner Happy, Happy and BBC/Amazon Studios mini-series A Very British Scandal, will direct the story from William Wheeler’s adapted screenplay based on Deborah Layton’s memoir Seductive Poison.
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Chloe Grace Moretz is pregnant and running from robots in 'Mother/Android'

Hulu's sci-fi thriller, set in the near future, stars Chloe Grace Moretz and Algee Smith as a couple racing to escape an android uprising, days away from having their first baby. Here are five things to know:. In addition to loving the "Mother/Android" script, Chloe Grace Moretz said that meeting...
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Chloë Grace Moretz on ‘Mother/Android,’ How It’s Based on the Director’s Parents’ True Story, and Her Thoughts on the Ending

[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for Mother/Android.]. From writer/director Mattson Tomlin and producer Matt Reeves, the sci-fi thriller Mother/Android is set in the near future and follows Georgia (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her boyfriend Sam (Algee Smith), as they try to survive in a world at war with artificial intelligence. Being able to escape would give them the opportunity for a better life for their soon to be born first child, but a dangerous journey and murderous androids standing in their way make everything seem impossible.
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MOTHER/ANDROID PREMIERE INTERVIEW: Chloë Grace Moretz, Raúl Castillo, and Mattson

Hulu’s MOTHER/ANDROID stars Chloë Grace Moretz and Raul Castillo spoke to us at the premiere in Los Angeles earlier this week about their new film that’s available on the streaming platform now. Watch MOTHER/ANDROID interview down below:. Set in the near future, MOTHER/ANDROID follows Georgia (Chloë Grace...
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‘Mother/Android’ Review: The Future Looks Bleak for Chloë Grace Moretz and Her Baby

Ending a year begun saving her baby from a gremlin in deliberately outrageous “Shadow in the Cloud,” Chloë Grace Moretz again suffers peril-fraught maternity as half of the title equation in “Mother/Android.” This sci-fi thriller, launching on Hulu Dec. 17, offers a more sobersided survival tale set in an imminent future where humanity’s artificial helpmates have turned against their creators. It’s a familiar dystopian premise that plays out in narrative terms redolent of myriad recent movies like “A Quiet Place.” Still, at least to a point, it’s lent sufficient engrossing urgency by Mattson Tomlin in his commercial-feature directorial debut. He wrote...
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‘Mother/Android’ Review: Chloë Grace Moretz Film Struggles To Find A Heartbeat Inside Its Robotic Exterior

Pregnancy is tough work. Getting pregnant on the cusp of robots flipping their programming switch and violently taking over the world? That seems pretty close to impossible. Unfortunately for them, these are the circumstances faced by Georgia (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her boyfriend Sam (Algee Smith) in Mattson Tomlin’s new Hulu release “Mother/Android,” the latest post-apocalyptic sci-fi action-adventure romance cobble of a bunch of different ideas you’ve seen before in slightly new packaging.
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Mother/Android Director Mattson Tomlin And Star Chloë Grace Moretz On Their Post-Apocalyptic Love Letter To Parenting [Interview]

"Mother/Android," the new directorial outing from "Project Power" scribe Mattson Tomlin, takes an emotionally complex maternal approach to the robot apocalypse sub-genre. Produced by Matt Reeves and Bill Block, the film sees young lovers Georgia (Chloë Grace Moretz) and Sam (Algee Smith) attempt to make their way to safety through an android uprising before Georgia gives birth.
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