Star Scoop: Chloe Grace Moretz is the New ‘Carrie,’ Kellan Lutz’s Herculean Role, The Queen Gets BAFTA Glory


Don't let her sweet, 16-year-old face fool you. That Chloë Grace Moretz is a killer… in the new trailer for her revamp of Carrie, that is. And although we know the outcome of the 1976 cult classic, we're still shrieking from the inevitable with the 2013 revamp, starring Moretz alongside Julianne Moore and Judy Greer. [TIME]

Twilight aficionados and fans of the Cullen clan, rejoice! Kellan Lutz is back, this time as a star of epic proportions. The 28-year-old ladykiller is set to revive Greek hero Hercules in a 3D adaptation of the divine hero's tale. Hercules 3D, will begin filming this May under the helm of Die Hard 2 director Renny Harlin. [Huffington Post]

Who's the best Bond girl of them all? Why, Queen Elizabeth II, of course! Her majesty was awarded with an honorary award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts yesterday for her support of British film, and notably, her grand entrance to the Summer Olympics, parachute and all, with Daniel Craig. [VOGUE UK]

Journalist, screenwriter, and director Nora Ephron will be commemorated in a new HBO documentary, produced by her surviving son, Jacob Bernstein. The portrait, Everything is Copy, will offer a pensive look at the acclaimed cultural figure, from her work on Sleepless in Seattle, to Lucky Guy, her play that's now being led by Tom Hanks in his Broadway debut. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Nineteen years ago today, iconic rock musician Kurt Cobain took his life in his Seattle, Washington home. Survived by then wife Courtney Love and daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, the Nirvana frontman is being remembered by fans, the industry, and former bandmates like David Grohl in his directorial debut Studio City. Released in February, the film revisits Nirvana's recording of the 1991's acclaimed, Nevermind. [LA Times]