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Chloë has once again been featured in a news article about her body on her holiday in Mexico!
They talked about the other pictures she has posted on her Instagram whilst on her holiday and they also included a piece about her in the new Little Mermaid.
The DailyMail UK said:
Chloe Moretz is enjoying a relaxing vacation in Mexico with family and friends before she begins work on the live-action film The Little Mermaid.
The 18-year-old star resembled a fish out of water as she braved the strong tropical winds in a new Instagram share on Friday.
Chloe was looking toned and tanned in a black bikini in the scenic snap that showed her standing on a rocky beach leading, one assumes, to the sea.
She also happened to be in the midst of a swirling wind current that blew her blonde hair like the blown palms in the background.
Chloe took it all in stride, inviting her followers to feel free and ‘Insert sentimental free spirited quote about the wind.’
The tall and nicely pruned palm trees were framed by an azure sky with puffs of white cloud.
Yesterday, Chloe was written about in a post by InStyle.com
The post was about her Instagram photos of her holiday in Mexico, more specifically her abs.
The article read:
Is Chloë Grace Moretz gearing up for her role in The Little Mermaid? If her latest Instagram posts are any indication, the answer is yes.
The star took to the social media platform yesterday to share a snap of herself lounging poolside in a blue string bikini during a getaway to Mexico with family and friends, and she looks very good. In the ‘gram, the 18-year-old dips her feet in the shimmering water as she showcases her tight stomach muscles. “Sirena Mexicana,” the actress wrote alongside the photo.
“The 5th Wave” comes to us not long after the conclusion of “The Hungers Games,” and it is the latest in a seemingly endless line of young adult book to film adaptations. As a result, I came into this movie feeling worn out even before it started. While the novel it is based on, written by Rick Yancey, might be an interesting read, what unfolds onscreen feels like the same old thing. Only the names and places have been changed to protect the filmmakers from potential lawsuits.
Chloe Grace Moretz stars as Cassie Sullivan, a young teenager (is there any other kind?) who lives a normal life with her family, attends high school where she’s a cheerleader and constantly deals with unrequited love like any other child held prisoner by adolescence. But suddenly an alien ship (looking like something out of “District 9”) appears in the sky and the Earth goes through four waves which leave it decimated and on the verge of extinction. All that Cassie has left is her brother who she ends up getting separated from, and from there she is determined to save him from a fate many others have suffered.
This movie does not get off to a good start as the visual effects used to convey the various waves are clearly CGI, and some scenes end up looking like outtakes from “Independence Day” or any other Roland Emmerich production. When the plot finally gains momentum, Cassie finds herself on the run and forced to defend herself in ways she never planned. She’s also looking for her brother whom she is very close to. Doesn’t this sound like something we just saw?
It’s a shame because the movie does have Moretz who makes this mess more bearable than it should be. Her breakthrough performance in “Kick Ass” was no fluke and she continues to do strong work in each film she appears in, regardless of whether it’s good or bad. She makes Cassie a strong heroine and one kids around the same age will easily relate to as she fends for herself in the dangerous world everyone has been thrust into, and Moretz makes you root for her throughout. But even she can’t save this routine young adult movie which in many ways has come out way too late.
Actually, what’s especially interesting about “The 5th Wave” is how the female characters are far more interesting than the male ones. It also helps that they have such terrific actresses inhabiting those characters, and each of them clearly relishes the opportunity to bring them to life. Maria Bello, sporting a very funky hairdo, makes Sergeant Reznik a slyly manipulative soldier as she forces the children to see the alien threat her way to where getting them to fight for the humans is easy as cake. Maika Monroe, so good in “The Guest” and “It Follows,” makes her character of Ringer a wonderfully tough warrior, and she also skillfully unveils the other layers of Ringer to show us a person who is deeply broken. Along with Moretz, they keep “The 5th Wave” from becoming a bore.
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