Why remake Carrie? It's certainly a question worth asking, especially in the ever-more crowded field of sequels, remakes, and reboots. Kimberly Peirce tries to update Carrie as a study of bullying in the internet age. But the main reason to watch this film is Julianne Moore's harrowing take on Margaret White, Carrie's…
Carrie is about to leave for the prom in the latest clip from the Carrie remake. Naturally, Mama White is none too pleased and heaps a telekinesis-triggering scoop of fanaticism on her daughter.
You've seen the teaser trailer for Kimberly Peirce's remake of Stephen King's Carrie. But can it possibly live up to the first film? How do you make a modern Carrie? Will someone create a "Plug It Up Carrie" Facebook hate page?
Here it is: the very first teaser trailer for Kimberly Peirce's Carrie, starring Julianne Moore and Chloe Moretz. If you listen closely, you can hear Moore (I believe) singing Margaret White's hymns from Stephen King's book. Hot damn, we can't wait for these two ladies to release the crazy onto this tiny town!
Kimberly Peirce's Carrie is going to stay pretty true to the Stephen King book. The first ever teaser trailer for the horror remake premiered at New York Comic-Con showing one big difference from the 1976 Brian De Palma flick. This time Carrie is going after the city.
Can the internal monologue-heavy first Hunger Games book become a decent movie? We're still not sure, but at least A-list people are getting involved — including Kick-Ass' Chloe Moretz — and everybody's calling it the possible next Twlight.
We've gotten excited about Matt Reeves' vampire remake of the acclaimed Swedish film Let The Right One In, after we saw the excellent footage screened at Comic Con. Now it's your turn. Watch the first clip from the film.
We've been worried about Let Me In, the US adaptation of the cult Swedish vampire movie. But we saw scenes from it this weekend, and the acting is incredible. Plus, it goes back to the original book for source material.
Just when we were starting to think the U.S. version of Let The Right One In might be worth watching, it turns out we may not get the chance. The culprit, once again, is studio turmoil.
Who will be the big screen's next Sigourney Weaver? We've had a few years now without any great action movies starring women, but 2010 could be the year this changes. Here are six picks for the action heroines of tomorrow.
Chloe Moretz's Kick-Ass character Hit-Girl has unleashed a flood of outrage from family groups, claiming the 11-year-old's mega-violent antics will encourage other children to follow in her footsteps. Moretz responds to the critics. Meanwhile, watch her in graphic new footage.
We're already reeling from Nic Cage's Adam West impersonation in Kick-Ass. But when his movie daughter/superhero Chloe Moretz, aka Hit-Girl, told us Cage sang in one deleted scene, we couldn't believe it. Until she sang it for us.