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Since the two black coffees she drank earlier in the night kicked in, she’s gone from faux-rooting for the Kings (“You play well, Kings.”) to getting out of her seat and losing her voice for them. The Avs connect on a chain of perfect passes, tape-to-tape-to-tape; the puck ekes out to the left circle and then boom!—Nathan Mac Kinnon roofs it into the net past the diving Kings goalie, Jonathan Quick: 4-3, Avs. ” and collapses into her seat, grabbing my left knee to support herself, because both of her own have buckled. ” she yells at me, her emerald eyes wide open, searching for answers.“She has this laser focus, a mature sense of self, and she’s fully committed.” But 2016 seems to be the year in which the Young Hollywood and MTV Movie Award-winner is consciously striving to move from being “One to Watch” to being “The One.” There are levels to fame, multiple ceilings one can break through.Moretz smashed through many of them years ago, but has since remained in a limbo between successful and superior, between “that actress” and “, due later this year, in which she plays a woman who suffers from encephalitis and rapidly descends into insanity.To really connect with the work of an actor, we need to feel like we understand her or him on a personal level. “It’s a very strange dichotomy,” she tells me before the game starts, not the only time she’ll use an SAT word during our conversation. I started separating my personalities—I can be strictly in my work and very serious, and then fully break it off when I leave set and have time to myself.
“She’s a talented actress with vulnerability,” says Antoine Fuqua, who directed Moretz in .
In the middle of the hockey game, she tells me about a house she’s buying being in escrow, and fields a call from an insurance agent about a claim being made on one of her cars.
She already has directing and producing on the brain, and talks about how hard it is to accept and trust people, because she’s already spent so many years in Hollywood witnessing the “depravity and lack of morals,” and having “best friends sell stories and call the paparazzi” on her.
The Mummy is a 1999 American action horror film written and directed by Stephen Sommers and starring Brendan Fraser (pictured), Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Kevin J. In this film, a loose remake of a film of the same name from 1932, adventurers accidentally awaken Imhotep, a high priest from Pharaoh Seti I's reign who has been cursed for eternity.
Filming began in Marrakesh, Morocco, in May 1998; the crew had to endure dehydration, sandstorms, and snakes while filming in the Sahara.
Moretz clearly isn’t used to losing—but how could she be?