Chloe out night in London

Chloe Moretz was seen on Wednesday (31) at Annabel’s in London. Check out the pictures:

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hello guys, i’m the new admin from chloe fan site, i’m verry happy that FFH let me adopt her fan site….this day i will update a lot of the gallery, stay stuned!!!

Chloë Grace Moretz Confirms That Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria Is “Crazy,” Comparing It to Stanley Kubrick

W Magazine – The buzz around Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming homage to Suspiria—not to be confused with a “remake”—is deafening. And now, Chloë Grace Moretz is adding to it. The actress, whose mysterious role in the reboot of Dario Argento’s 1977 horror film has yet to be officially detailed, has confirmed that the movie is just as “crazy” as you’d expect.
When talking about the process of shooting the film—which Dakota Johnson claimed sent her to therapy and has since been called “one of the most f—ed up things I’ve ever seen” by one critic—Moretz said, simply, “That was a crazy movie to be a part of.” “It’s unlike any other directing process I have ever been a part of,” she said at a press junket, as IndieWire notes. “It’s Luca’s. Luca is Luca, and there’s kind of no mistaking it for anything else,” she said. “He’ll let you do the craziest stuff on screen and won’t bat an eye, he’ll tell you to go farther.”

Where exactly did that lead to? Moretz won’t budge on explaining. All she said of her character is, “Here’s the thing, it’s so secretive that it’s super locked down. It’s secretive and I want it to be secretive because you guys are gonna be so shocked. It is wild. It’s crazy.” There’s that word again.
Moretz was willing to reveal that she will be speaking primarily in a different language throughout the film, as Timothée Chalamet did in Guadagnino’s recent Call Me by Your Name. “I can say this, I speak German mainly in the movie,” she said. “So you won’t recognize me very well. I seem like a different person, and I sound like a different person.”

Whatever that role is, she’ll be playing it alongside star Dakota Johnson, who will be suiting up as a modern dancer at a prestigious school that’s led by headmistress Madame Blanc, aka Tilda Swinton. Something is not right in the building. The creepy ambience will be enhanced by Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, who is soundtracking the film. “It’s absolutely terrifying,” he told the BBC of the experience. “It’s hard because I’m way out of my comfort zone.”
Moretz went as far as to compare Suspiria to The Shining. “This is a really big statement, but this is the closest to modern Stanley Kubrick I‘ve ever seen,” she said. “You’re put into a world, which I can only describe as being like The Shining in a lot of ways, where you’re just encompassed in a filmmaker’s brain and you’re just implanted in there, and there’s nothing like it that you will ever see.” Thankfully, we all have until November 2, 2018, to mentally prepare for that.

Chloe out in Park City, Utah

Chloe Moretz was seen on Tuesday (22) in Park City, Utah. Check out the pictures in HQ:

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Chloe’s Self-Care Tips

On Instagram, Chloe posted on her story some brilliant info & tips on self-care by sharing some of the pages from Living With Joy: Keys to Personal Power and Spiritual Transformation. She captioned the photos suggesting that everyone take 15 minutes out of their day by saying

Everyone should take 15 minutes and try this out today

She specifically shared pages from the chapter called “Changing the Negative Into the Positive” which provides advice on fully focusing on happy thoughts and things by looking at something or someone you are critical/judgmental of, reflect inwardly on whether you’ve ever done the same thing you’re criticizing someone/the something else for, then try and look at it from that persons’ perspective, and have a newly found positive outlook on that opinion.