If you’re looking for a horror fix this October, then MGM and Screen Gems has you covered with Kimberly Peirce’s new adaptation of Stephen King’s classic horror novel Carrie. For those unfamiliar with the story, it centers on a bullied teenage girl (played by Chloe Grace Moretz) who discovers that she has telekinetic powers and decides to dish out retribution against her tormentors including her abusive mother (played by Julianne Moore). For more on the film, watch the first clip, check out a bunch of new images with a cool viral video, and read Adam’s 25 things to know from his set visit and his interviews with Moretz, Peirce, and Judy Greer.
A few days ago, I got to speak with Chloe Moretz here in Los Angeles. She talked about what she always remembers about making Carrie, what her friends and family thought about her taking on the role and what’s she looking to do in the future; you can also watch her flip the interview around when she asks me a bunch of questions. Hit the jump to watch. Carrie opens this Friday in theaters.
- Since she’s been doing a lot of press I ask what does she want to talk about. She asks me a bunch of questions.
- What did her friends and family think when she told them she’d be remaking Carrie?
- What does she always remember when thinking back about making Carrie?
- What is she looking to do in the future?