Straight after the London Film Festival premiere of their new film, Chloe and Kodi will join us for a live web chat. You'll be able to log on to our chat room below, ask questions and watch them answer. All you have to do is visit this page on Thursday, when the webchat is due to kick off at 9pm GMT+1.
Let Me In tells a terrifying tale about an alienated 12-year old boy named Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee) who is viciously bullied by his classmates and neglected by his divorcing parents. Achingly lonely, Owen spends his days plotting revenge on his middle school tormentors and his evenings spying on the other inhabitants of his apartment complex. His only friend is his new neighbor Abby (Chloe Moretz), an eerily self-possessed young girl who lives next door with her silent father (Oscar nominee Richard Jenkins). A frail, troubled child about Owen's age, Abby emerges from her heavily curtained apartment only at night and always barefoot, seemingly immune to the bitter winter elements. Recognizing a fellow outcast, Owen opens up to her and before long, the two have formed a unique bond.
Let Me In hits cinemas on 5 November, but for now, you can watch the original Swedish film Let The Right One In on the LOVEFiLM Player as part of your package.
Chloe Moretz in talks to star in Karyn Kusama’s ‘The Rut’
Karyn Kusama is looking to follow up Jennifer’s Body, which she directed from Diablo Cody’s script, with The Rut, a film about a father and daughter who have a relationship based around hunting and survival. To make things more interesting, Chloe Moretz is in talks to star as the daughter.
The LA Times says The Rut “concerns a father-daughter relationship and centers particularly on hunting, as a daughter must learn [sic; I expect that should be 'use'] the tricks of hunting and archery taught to her by her father after said father goes missing.” From that explanation, especially thinking of Moretz in the role, I get the sense of Kick-Ass mixed with Joe Wright’s forthcoming Hanna.
You’re probably getting the feeling that we’ll be seeing Moretz in as many films as her family will let her line up over the next few years, and I’d expect you’re right. This is the second one today for which she’s said to be a candidate. The other was Old St. Louis, the film that David O. Russell is lining up with Vince Vaughn.
SDCC 10: What’s in Hit Girl’s Future?
During an exclusive chat at last weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con, teen actress Chloe Moretz, a.k.a. Kick-Ass’s Hit Girl, gave us the skinny on her future projects.
Following the release of the upcoming remake Let Me In, Moretz will next be seen in Hugo Cabret. “It’s a Martin Scorsese project,” she said. “It’s his first 3D film and it’s with Asa Butterfield playing Hugo Cabret, me playing Isabel, and Sir Ben Kingsley playing my father, [and] Sir Christopher Lee. There’s a lot of different people in it and it’s a really amazing film.”
Moretz called the Oscar-winning filmmaker “fabulous. I’m still working on it. I’m actually going to be there until late November so we’re still doing it.”
As for Kick-Ass 2, all Moretz could say was, “We don’t know yet right now. Matthew Vaughn is actually doing X-Men right now.”
She may not be kicking criminal ass again anytime soon, but Moretz still has a pretty full dance card coming up. “I do have a couple films that I am about to work on. I’m doing Old St. Louis, which we’re working out dates on, with David O. Russell directing and Vince Vaughn, he’s in it,” she said over a cup of coffee. “And this is Vince Vaughn’s kind of labor of love. He’s been working on it about eight years now and he’s really been working at it.”
Deadline reported today Old St. Louis is about a traveling salesman who reconnects with his estranged daughter, and that “actresses including Kick-Ass star Chloe Moretz have been mentioned as possibles to play the daughter.” Given her aforementioned comments, it appears that Moretz has indeed already won the role.
“I also have a film with Karen Kusama, who did Jennifer’s Body, and she’s doing this film called The Rut, which is this really amazing, amazing role. And I also have a film with Derick Martini called Hick, which is based off the novel Hick.”
The Los Angeles Times says The Rut “concerns a father-daughter relationship and centers particularly on hunting, as a daughter must learn the tricks of hunting and archery taught to her by her father after said father goes missing.”
Taylor Lane Productions says Hick “follows 13 year old Lulli McMullen, a Nebraska teen who gets more than she bargained for when she sets out for the bright lights of Las Vegas. Part coming-of-age story and part raggedy picaresque, Hick leads us at a blinding pace down broken roads through a world thats seems to this extraordinary and indomitable young girl, dangerously uncharted.” The book’s author, Andrea Portes, also penned the screenplay adaptation.
Let Me In opens October 1.
Let Me In Poster
MPAA RED BAND TRAILER 'LET ME IN'
A new Red Band trailer for Let Me In has been released it is an R rating in America we have given it a PG15 meaning if you are under 15 Parental Guidance is needed
Comic Con 2010 San Diego California
Chloe attended comic con this weekend in San Diego new images in the gallery and a trailer below
Also The Comic Con Trailer For Let Me In
Teen Choice Awards London
Kick Ass Behind The Scenes
Let Me In Trailer
a new trailer for let me in has been released you can watch it below
Kick Ass Clips
Kick Ass DVD Exclusive
It wasn't that long ago when all we could talk about was Kick Ass," director Matthew Vaughn's live-action adaptation of John Romita Jr. and Mark Millar's violent comic book miniseries.
Sure, the film debuted back in April, impressed the heck out of just about everyone who saw it, and managed to top the box office its opening weekend — but the conversation doesn't stop there! Now we have the exclusive details about the "Kick-Ass" DVD and Blu-Ray release for you, too.Arriving on shelves (and via Digital Download and On Demand) on August 3, "Kick-Ass" will be available in standard DVD format and a special Blu-Ray Combo Pack that includes a Blu-Ray version of the film, a standard DVD, and a digital copy. Of course, every version of the movie comes with a bunch of special features as well
NB: the release of Kick Ass On August 3, 2010 is for US Only other countries will vary UK release is expected to be 06/09/2010
Chloe to star in Hick
Chloe has landed the role of Luli in the upcoming film adaptation of Andrea Portes’s novel, Hick. The film will be directed by Derick Martini, and the script has been penned by Andrea Portes.
Portes’s chilling debut tracks a 13-year-old Nebraska girl’s hard-going life on the road. Young Luli knows losers—her “aging Brigitte Bardot” mother, Tammy, and her father, Nick, go at each other every night at the Alibi, the watering hole in hometown Palmyra, Neb. Tammy runs away one morning, and Nick soon follows, leaving Luli alone at home with the Smith and Wesson .45 her Uncle Nipper gave her. Pistol in tow, she hitches rides heading west to Vegas.
A crooked man (literally; he “looks like an italic,” says smart-alecky Luli) named Eddie picks her up briefly before throwing her out of the car. Next comes cocaine-snorting grifter Glenda, who enlists Luli as an accessory to a robbery that goes awry. Glenda takes Luli under her wing. The two cross paths again with Eddie, who rapes Luli and ties her up in a secluded motel. Glenda comes to her rescue, but the confrontation with Eddie ends badly.
can i just make something clear, you may or may not have heard the ridiculous comments about 'Hick' IE: the rape scene this will be implied as it was in 'Hound dog' Dakota Fanning wasn't raped as people were saying you saw close ups of her face that's all!. Chloe is 13 and this will be implied nothing graphical will be shown the Moretz's are monitoring the movie script Chloe's parents would not allow their daughter to act out anything too controversial like a full blown rape do not listen to gossip Hound Dog turned out to be nothing like the dailies were suggesting. Please remember that when you see gossip about this movie you can see updates on here and on
I mean real factual updates not idiotic lame gossip that blows things right out of proportion. Also i/we have been to imdb today and have been reading some of the comments on there about chloe and the upcoming movie 'Hick' and i/we have to say are disgusted with the cruel comments on there regarding Chloe and her parents we urge you not to listen or partake in any of the comments they are writing we are monitoring that board and are going to contact imdb this is not acceptable behavior.....Admin
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The April/May 2010 issue of Wonderland magazine,featuring Chloe, is on newsstands now.
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Hit-Girl Moretz Is Too Big For Halloween Costume
Teenage actress CHLOE MORETZ's Halloween is already ruined - she no longer fits into the outfit she wore as HIT-GIRL in new R-rated action movie KICK-ASS.
The 13 year old was allowed to take one of the costumes she wears in the new film home and was hoping to wear it to go trick or treating.
But the star has had a growing spurt since filming wrapped on the movie - and can no longer slip into the superhero get-up.
She tells WENN, "I kept one of the 20 suits but I won't fit into it for Halloween because I'm too tall now.
"It's in my closet in a box to keep it pristine. I'll have my kids wear it when I'm older."
And Moretz is quietly happy she'll never have to don the leather
‘Kick-Ass’ stars in The Soft Pack’s music video
Chloe and the rest of the cast of Kick Ass have starred in Soft Packs Answer To Yourself i have added the music video to the video gallery.
So with as many four-letter words as you utter as Hit Girl, how did you ever convince your parents to let you do Kick-Ass?
It’s a movie and it’s not real. It was really funny because about a month before we got the script for the movie, Wanted came out. I was in the car with my mom, and this is a true story, no faking or anything, I was like, “Oh my God, mom, I really want an Angelina Jolie action kids role!” She was like, “They don’t make kids movies like that.” A month later, we got a script for Kick-Ass and my mom read it, and she was like, “Oh my gosh, Chloe. You’re gonna love it! It’s an amazing role and exactly what you’ve been wanting.” From the get-go, we wanted the film really badly. I read it and I was like, “I have to be Hit Girl!” I did the whole process, and eventually I booked it and I freaked out. I was screaming for two days straight.
You must have the coolest mom ever. Do you watch a lot of action flicks with your parents?
I do. My dad and I watch a lot. We watch bunches of action films. I’ve always been into comic book movies like Spider-Man and The Dark Knight and all that stuff.
You have a lot of action scenes in Kick-Ass. How many of those stunts did you actually do?
I did a lot of my stunts. A lot of the crazy flips like the one you see in the commercial where the guy jumps and he gets hit in the neck really hard and he does this crazy flip in the air, of course that wasn’t me. But I did four months of training for the movie and almost all my stunts.
Did you have a favorite stunt?
We did this jetpack scene where I had to be in the air, and we didn’t really move but I was 20 feet up basically on wires, which was pretty awesome. I liked learning how to flip the Balisong [knives] and stuff.
It doesn’t sound like you have a lot of fear.
In real life, I’m pretty much a scaredy cat. I know how to do all these stunts and protect myself, but if someone went up to me and tried to take me, I would totally just blank and scream. [Laughs]
Nicolas Cage plays your dad in the film. How was it working with him?
It was really, really fun. I was really nervous to work with him, and literally the minute I met him, I was like, “Oh my gosh, he is the coolest guy ever.” Working with him was amazing because you always learn everything from people like that.
I would think that would be a little masterclass in acting for you. What was the most important thing he taught you?
He is so big and he’s this amazing actor, but he’s so grounded. To see people like that who I look up to as an actor and as a person, it’s really cool to see how genuine he is. I learned a lot of that from him, and to always stay grounded and never get a big head. My mom’s always said if I get a big head, she’ll take me out of this business as quick as I got in it — quicker! I also have four brothers, so it’s pretty tough.
You play a vampire in Let Me In. Are you all into vampires?
I am. I’m a sucker for Interview with a Vampire.
Your second film was The Amityville Horror in 2005. Do you watch a lot of horror movies?
No, I’m absolutely terrified of scary films. You should see me. My friends and I, whenever we have sleepovers, they’re like, “Let’s watch a scary movie!” And I’m like, “No. No no no no no. No. You cannot make me!”
Do you like the movie premieres and other glitzy stuff?
No. It’s cool and everything, but I do it because I love it. I don’t do it for the fame and everything. I do it because it’s what I love and it makes me happy to do it.
Are you homeschooled while on set?
I was in “regular” school until third grade, but after that I got so busy I couldn’t do it anymore. I’m doing home school and it’s basically like an in-house private school program. I have to send in all my work and I have a teacher.
History for sure, definitely. Actually, I love the 1800s — it really interests me.
What are your other interests outside of acting?
I love music. I used to be in a soccer league, but I got really busy and had to quit. I do a lot of stuff with my brothers.
Are your brothers into the arts or are they “normal”?
Yeah, I’m a total weirdo. [Laughs] Two of my brothers are into it, and two of my brothers aren’t. One brother, Colin, is a writer and my other brother, Trevor, is my acting coach/brother, so he’s an actor too.
Were they inspirations?
Yeah. My brother Trevor is actually the one who got me into it. He’s always been really, really into movies and everything. As a kid, he was always like, “I want to be a director!” When he got accepted into this performing actors high school, where they choose 500 kids out of millions, he was chosen out of this small town in Georgia. We moved to New York and he really got into it, and our manager was like, “I want her too!” And then my other brother Colin got into it and he did modeling. Trevor used to bring his sides home, and I would run them with him and memorize his sides. I was a little 5-year-old at this point. We wouldn’t even have to use the paper – we’d just go back and forth running the lines together. It was pretty cool. That’s how we got into it and then we moved to Los Angeles for my dad’s business. He’s a plastic surgeon, and he and my mom, who’s a nurse practitioner, met in medical school.
No medicine for you?
If acting doesn’t work out, I’ve always wanted to do something in the business. I’ve always wanted to be a director or a writer, but I really want to do is fly airplanes.
Harrison Ford learned how, so probably anyone can.
I totally want to. Especially helicopters. Helicopters are my favorite!
Chloe Moretz Defends Kick-Ass
Chloe Moretz, 13, has defended her controversial role in the action comedy film 'Kick-Ass', claiming she understands the difference between movies and real-life.
Chloe Moretz says her portrayal of Hit Girl in new movie 'Kick-Ass' is make believe and people shouldn't take it so seriously.
The 13-year-old British actress - who plays assassin Hit Girl in the comic book movie 'Kick-Ass' by director Matthew Vaughn - admits she is quite young to play a character who uses such obscene language and violence, but claims that's the whole point of acting because she understands she could never get away with it in real life.
She said: "It's a movie. Obviously a little girl can't beat up and kill huge, heavy men. I don't see how anyone would realize it's not real. It is a controversial role, but it was a role I wanted to do. If I said a sixteenth of the words I did in that movie at home, I would be grounded for the rest of my life for sure."
Some critics claim Chloe - who was just eleven when she played the superhero in the 15-certificate film - should not have been exposed to scenes in which she had to gun down gangsters and skewer drug dealers with samurai swords, but the actress insists her mother was happy for her to take the part.
She told The Sun newspaper: "My mum reads every script before I go for it. She read it and loved the character because it was a challenging role and was something that would stretch me."
One thing the rising star wasn't prepared for, however, was the physical aspect of the movie as there was a lot of training involved.
She explained: "Two months before the movie started I started training to be Hit Girl. I didn't know it was going to be that physical. They made me do 1,000 crunches a night and like 50 pull-ups. I loved learning the martial arts moves."
'Kick-Ass' stars Aaron Johnson as the titular character and tells the tale of a comic book fan who decides he wants to become a superhero.
Kick Ass - Sensation
‘Let Me In'!
By almost all accounts, Chloe Moretz is the best reason to see this month's superhero flick Kick-Ass. Fortunately, us horror fans can look forward to seeing the acting prodigy tackle our favorite genre next, when Moretz stars in the remake of the acclaimed Swedish vampire film Let the Right One In -- simply titled Let Me In. Directed by Cloverfield's Matt Reeves and produced by England's newly reborn Hammer Studios, the film will see Moretz play Abby, a fully grown vampire who just happens to look like a young girl. Learn what Moretz told us about the film after the jump.
You have a really exciting project coming up, Let Me In. Are you a fan of the original Swedish film, Let the Right One In?
I haven't seen the whole thing of Let the Right One In, but I've seen pieces of it. But yeah, it's definitely exciting. It's a different side of a vampire that a lot of people don't see. It was a really fun thing to do.
What side do you think we're gonna see?
Well, it's the less romantic side of it. I mean, she's definitely very interesting, very deep. But it's a side of a vampire that no one sees in that it's a lot deeper. It's not glamorous to be a vampire.
What's it like, the transition from doing Kick-Ass to doing a horror film?
It's different. I really love doing diverse roles, so doing roles that go from action to thriller to a fantasy film, to a film where I play a street kid -- it's so much different stuff, it's a lot of exciting stuff. I'm very blessed and privileged.
So not only do you brawl, you bite?
[Laughs.] Yep, brawl and bite.
Can you say how your vampire may differ from the original film's vampire?
Well, you know, in the original film you see a different side of a vampire, right? It's a side that people don't see. And she's almost kind of romantic in the film, she's more romantic. So I drew from her character a lot, but I took more of a less romantic, more crestfallen… It's not a cool thing. It's a burden. It's something that, it isn't good to be a vampire. It's not so beautiful, it isn't romantic. It's not like, "I'm cold, but I'm really cool, because everyone likes me – I'm a vampire."
I'm not gonna go there. [Laughs.] But yeah, I just like showing a different side of it. A side that people don't see.
Do you think it will be a scarier, darker film?
It's pretty terrifying when you see me turn into a vampire. That's all I can say. It's definitely terrifying.
In real life, what's your greatest fear?
Snakes, spiders and flies.
Chloe appeared on the Kick-Ass panel at
this year’s WonderCon in San Francisco
Chloe In San Fransisco
Chloe is in San Fransisco with her brother Trevor Duke for Wondercon.
Jay Leno April 14th
Chloe will be a guest on the Jay leno show April 14, 2010 keep a diary don't miss
Chloe Grace With Her Mother Teri Duke Moretz
Jameson Empire Film Awards 2010
Chloe attended the Jameson Empire Film Awards 2010 recently here below she is pictured with her mom Teri Duke Moretz
Kick-Ass - Hit Girl Interview with
Chloe Grace Moretz
Kick Ass After Party
The after party was held at Matthew Vaughn's home. More photo's in the gallery
Content Warning Contains Language
What are little girls made of? Sugar and spice, punches and the odd four-letter word, when they're the surprise star of Kick-Ass.ON THE big screen, she stabs bad guys with samurai swords and launches bombs both virtual and verbal.
In real life, her bedtime is 9:30pm. Chloe Grace Moretz turned 13 last month and before she turns 14 she could become a hotter female property than her role model, Angelina Jolie. Later this year she stars in a remake of the cult vampire film Let The Right One In, and Martin Scorsese has just snapped her up to star in his next picture. But the reason we're sitting with Chloe, her mother, Teri, and two publicists – two more guardians, incidentally, than were deemed necessary when I interviewed Courtney Love – is Kick-Ass.
Directed by Matthew Vaughn, the film is based on Mark Millar's vibrant and hugely violent comic book series about a teenage loser who resolves to become a crime fighting superhero called Kick-Ass, despite lacking any real superpowers. The movie was supposed to offer a global launchpad for Nowhere Boy's British star Aaron Johnson, but the buzz is all about Moretz as Hit Girl, an 11-year-old who is half of a vigilante father-daughter team.
Moretz is not the star, she's not even the loopiest character in the film – not with Nicolas Cage playing her ever-loving dad as a combination of Pa Walton and Adam West – but Moretz is the character you will remember. In a purple wig, black mask, tartan skirt and fighting leathers, she screams at a denful of villains "OK, you c***s, let's see what you can do now" and proceeds to slice and dice them all with deadly blades and martial arts moves that would give Jet Li a nosebleed.
In our tiny hotel room, Moretz, dressed in Claire's Accessories pinks and blues, chats and smiles easily in between sucks on what appears to be an iced frappucino. So let's get the big question out the way first: did she expect her character's four-letter word bombs to have become such a talking point from the moment the movie trailers hit cinemas?
"It's a movie," she says, a little wearily. "Obviously a little girl can't beat up and kill huge heavy men. I don't see how anyone wouldn't realize that it's not real, it's Hit Girl. I'm just Chloe Moretz."
Has she ever used a four-letter word off-screen? "Never," she shrieks. "Ooof. My mom would ground me for, like, the rest of my life." Moretz can't even bring herself to say the film's title out loud in interviews, instead calling it "the film" and later she admits that at home they called the movie "Kick-Butt."
"I knew it was a controversial role, but it was a role I wanted to do," says Moretz earnestly. "A month or so before I got this script, Wanted (like Kick-Ass, based on a comic by Scotland's Millar] came out, and I really, really wanted to be a take-charge action heroine like Angelina Jolie." Who knows how Moretz became aware of an 18 certificate film about hipster assassins, but let's assume she saw TV trailers. "Anyway, when she read Kick-Ass, my mom was like, 'Chloe, you'll never believe this …' I read it and I was like, 'I have to be Hit Girl!' "
In the course of the movie, Hit Girl and her father fight crime with their fists, feet and the odd bazooka. Her most demanding stunts were doubled by an English gymnast, and a Chinese stuntman who specialized in gravity-grazing back flips, but Moretz is proud that some of the fights set pieces are Moretz herself, after four months of action training that included learning to load, clean and take apart a gun. "I learned martial arts moves, gymnastics, combat moves and knife handling," she counts off. "I actually learned to flip two balisongs (Filipino folding knives] at the same time, one in each hand too. And the last two months of it I spent at the Toronto Circus School! They took me there because they wanted me to get really flexible for the role."
Moretz has finally seen Kick-Ass herself, and pronounced herself relatively satisfied with her performance. "There are times when I'm running up to stab someone, and my face is going 'grrrrrr'," she says. "I was really happy with that, because the sequences are all choreographed and you have to start off on the right foot, or have your head a certain way, or the shot won't work. So when I'm looking like I want to kill someone, I'm really thinking, 'One, two, three, FOUR' in my head."
There's always debate as to the credit and debit sheet of being a child actor. They grow up mostly around adults and deal with adult-world paychecks and expectations: experiences that inevitably accelerate adulthood. And while Jodie Foster found there was life after Taxi Driver, she's outnumbered by child stars who end up working as taxi drivers. More immediately, there's the emotional turmoil of winning and losing roles. Moretz faced a rejection a couple of years back when she was abruptly dropped from the Disney animated feature Bolt, after recording the voice of Bolt the dog's preteen owner. Was she disappointed to be replaced by Miley Cyrus? Her bright smile wobbles only briefly.
"Well you get a thousand nos, and then you get one little shining star that says 'yes'. You just have to go with it. Miley is an amazing woman, she's very sweet," she says. Disney might be regretting the decision a little, since Cyrus is now hurtling towards adult roles and away from her old fan base with almost indecent enthusiasm, while Moretz is currently hotter than steam and already making movies for both adult and teen markets. "Well, it's what they saw," says Moretz, evenly. "I'm cool with it."
Moretz got into acting when she was six. Her older brother Trevor trained at New York's Performing Arts High School, and his little sister used to watch him rehearse his lines, and later, helped feed him his cues. Her first major film was a remake of The Amityville Horror, and in The Eye she haunted Jessica Alba's dreams. Not all the roles in Moretz's CV are unsettling kids – there's Pooh's Super Sleuth Christmas Movie and Big Momma's House 2 – but it does seem that directors are attracted to Moretz's startling maturity as an actress. In (500) Days of Summer, she pulled off playing Joseph Gordon-Levitt's preternaturally wise little sister, and in the remake Let Me In, Matt Reeve's anticipated reworking of the Swedish modern classic Let the Right One In, she's thoughtful about her role as a 250-year-old child vampire in a way that leaves the kids of Twilight looking like dim bulbs.
"A lot of movies glamorize being a vampire but for my character it's a burden that she has to carry with her," she says. " It's like a devil inside of her, an alternate personality, and when it takes her over, she has no control. The director gave me a journal to write as my character, and I tended to think about little things: if you are 250 years old, could you remember even your parents, or the person who turned you into a vampire? I think it's these details that help you find a character."
With her knack for adult-oriented material, it's not surprising Moretz has to stress how normal she is. When she's not filming, Moretz attends school in Los Angeles, and insists her friends aren't interested when she disappears off to work with Jessica Alba or Donald Sutherland. They aren't even envious of the Tiffany starfish Nicolas Cage gave her when they wrapped Kick-Ass, chosen because he thought she was "a real star". But when her dad tried to open a can of fizzy soda for Nic Cage by stabbing it with his penknife, she sniggers like any 13-year-old at the memory of parent and actor getting soaked in Red Bull.
She's also marvelously unimpressed by Martin Scorsese, who is about to direct her in children fantasy The Invention of Hugo Cabret. According to Moretz, Scorsese is a man who "talks really, really fast".
If Kick-Ass is a success, Moretz says she's keen to revisit Hit Girl ("Maybe with a purple Ducati to go with my hair") but she has already decided that in the long term she wants to use her acting superpowers for good and is a Star Power Ambassador for the Starlight Children's Foundation.
"Being an actress is so fun, but I also want to do something that will help the world. Helping kids in Africa and Asia," she says. "I want to be more than an actor who can just entertain."
• Kick-Ass has its Scottish premiere at Cine world, Glasgow, tomorrow night, as part of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival. It is released nationwide on Friday.
Kick Ass Dublin Premier
Kick Ass UK Premier
Chloe Pictured With Jane Goldman More Pictures In The Gallery
Interview With The stars From Kick Ass At The London Premier Of Kick Ass
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Chloe & Chris On T4
Kick Ass Cast In London UK
Chloe, and the rest of the cast of Kick Ass are in London ahead of next weeks opening of Kick Ass which will premier on March 26, 2010
Okay it has now been confirmed Chloe is to star in a 1930's set movie in Paris
New Kick Ass Trailer
Kick Ass at SXSW
Chloe, Aaron, Christopher were at SXSW recently check out the new photo's in the gallery
Kick Ass Extended Trailer (Universal Pictures Release)
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Chloe was spotted in west Hollywood recently March 5, 2010 new photo's in the Gallery also the annual style lounge.
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