Last year Chloe was on the Gabbie Hanna show All My Plants Are Dead were she talk’s about toxic friendships and what makes one toxic or not and make’s up plant names. Thanks to Daily Bennet for finding this video to start with.
Coulson and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are thrust backward in time and stranded in 1931 New York City. With the all-new Zephyr set to time-jump at any moment, the team must hurry to find out exactly what happened. If they fail, it would mean disaster for the past, present and future of the world.
We are now just 13 days now away from the season 7 premiere of Agents Of Shield and the new full trailer come out for it a couple of week’s ago and the episode stills and press release came out yesterday night. I hope we get the promo photos of Chloe with in the week. And with thanks to Far Far Away for the stills.
FINAL SEASON PREMIERE
IT’S ABOUT RIPPLES, NOT WAVES, IN THE TIME-TWISTING SEASON SEVEN PREMIERE OF ABC’S ‘MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.,’ WEDNESDAY, MAY 27
Patton Oswalt Returns as Guest Star
“The New Deal” – Coulson and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are thrust backward in time and stranded in 1931 New York City. With the all-new Zephyr set to time-jump at any moment, the team must hurry to find out exactly what happened. If they fail, it would mean disaster for the past, present and future of the world on the rip-roaring season premiere of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” airing WEDNESDAY, MAY 27 (10:00 – 11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (TV-14, LV) Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on Hulu.
“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” stars Clark Gregg as Agent Phil Coulson, Ming-Na Wen as Agent Melinda May, Chloe Bennet as Daisy Johnson, Elizabeth Henstridge as Agent Jemma Simmons, Iain De Caestecker as Agent Leopold Fitz, Henry Simmons as Director Alphonso “Mack” MacKenzie, Natalia Cordova-Buckley as Elena “Yo-Yo” Rodriguez and Jeff Ward as Deke Shaw.
I am still trying to add in all that I have missed from the last 5 months so it’s going to take some time but I did get you all something very cool in the forum of three new exclusive photoshoots of Chloe, The first is a new photo from her 2013 the hollywood reporter shoot (and there are still three more photos from the shoot I will be getting soon). The next two are both from Toronto Film festival 2019 and it’s more from her People Entertainment Weekly & the other I still don’t no who it’s from. I no this will not make up for the months I let the site go but I hope its a start for you all.
Guess it’s a week for Chloe’s movies as the trailer for her other movie she did 5 Years Apart (well it did come out two months ago but I only found it yesterday). Chloe plays Emma in the movie and co-stars her very good friend Ally Maki as Emma’s sister Olivia and Scott Michael Foster as Andrew and Michael Vlamis as Sammy. There is no release date for the movie but I would say it will be out this year or next I’m hoping this year.
After siting in development hell for 3 years thanks to a co-star and his controversy at long long long last Chloe’s movie Valley Girl is coming out, the both good and bad news is we will get the see it right away as it’s going to be available on digital May 8th but the bad part of that is they have no faith in the movie and just dumping it now still it look’s like a great fun movie.
People.com – The actress opens up about designing her first West Coast home, a 1920s bungalow in Hollywood. When it comes to her home, Chloe Bennet takes matters into her own hands. The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. actress, 27, purchased her first home in Los Angeles two years ago, and working on the 1920s bungalow is her way to get creative off-set.
“Design is scary because it’s not like you can make a sketch and say, ‘That nose looks weird. I’m just going to erase it,’” she says. “It’s kind of like an intense spike of adrenaline when you’re putting a room together. I love it.”
While neutral colors play a large role in her “peaceful” home, the Abominable star also adds pops of colors — like in her pink-hued loft closet — to bring her space to life.
“I didn’t want to do pink at all! I was going to do totally clean,” she says. “I wanted to find a pink that felt like a neutral, then I saw that color and just went for it.”
The family-oriented Bennet previously let her seven brothers take over her loft when they visited, but “then I quickly was like, “This is my house. Why don’t I just fully make every space something that I want?”
To transform the room, the entertainer had a pair of crystal chandeliers featuring handmade daisies, hanging racks, a giant mirror and vintage dressers brought in. When she’s getting ready for a night out, Bennet can be found on the floor surrounded by makeup and hair products — with a glass of bubbly in hand.
“Every time I trick myself into thinking I’m a vanity girl, I’m just not,” she says. “I built the whole room around the idea of getting to sit on the floor or a pouf and put my makeup on. It’s a fun place to get ready with friends.”
On weekends, she loves shopping at flea markets, and many of her favorite pieces — like the brown couch in her office — were hard-won steals.
“That couch was covered in a bunch of other s—t, and I was like, ‘That’s the couch that I need,” she says. “It was $200, and my dad said, ‘That’s disgusting!’ I told him, ‘Just wait. I’m going to make an amazing room around it.’ And then off of that couch, I did everything else.”
While picking out wallpaper for her office, Bennet was looking for “something kind of loud but with earthy tones,” she says. The star runs lines, writes, creates music and more in the room, which ties in the pink color found around the rest of her home.
With dozens of plants throughout her home and her two pups, Arthur and Wally, welcoming her back after long press tours, the Chicago native says she finally feels settled in Los Angeles.
“After I bought this house is when I realized I like living in L.A.,” she says. “My home is here, and it’s my safe space for sure. There’s honestly no feeling like it.”
Hey look people a update it’s a miracle right. I have added (well they have been in the gallery for a long time but) all the missing 2019 events Chloe did and they are Abominable Special Screening At The Grove, Abominable Special Screening In New York, amfAR Gala Milano 2019, Boss – Front Row – Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020, Green Carpet Fashion Awards – Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020, Abominable Special Screening In Milan, Special Screening Of Youtube Original’s “Impulse” Season 2, Prabal Gurung Celebrates 10 Years & Book Launch, HFPA And THR Golden Globe Ambassador Party and The Unforgetttable Gala with full HQ photos thanks to Far Far Away for them all. I am going to be getting this site back up and going again I prouise.
And we are at last back online, I’m so so so sorry about all the downtime the site has had but some very nice person Hacked the site and my host had to pull it till I could work on it to clear all the damage done and at last it all should be back up and going again. I known I am missing a lot of updates of Chloe and will be doing them all over the coming week so keep looking back.
EW.com – Don’t count original animated titles out at the box office Yeti.
DreamWorks Animation’s Abominable scaled the box office charts this weekend for an estimated $20.9 million debut to score a snowy weekend victory. Alongside Us and Good Boys, it’s the only original title to debut at number one at the box office in 2019. It’s also the first original animated title to lay claim to that spot this year.
Female-driven holdovers round out the top three slots. Focus Features’ Downton Abbey continues to exceed expectations, taking in an estimated $14.5 million in its second weekend and falling to second place. The big screen adaptation of the beloved television series is proving to be everyone’s cup of tea around the world. It now boasts a global total of $107.1 million.
Hustlers continues to score with audiences, bouncing back up to third place in its third weekend of release after falling to fifth place last weekend. The Jennifer Lopez-led drama danced its way to an estimated $11.5 million on the lucite heels of a great week for Lopez (it was announced she will co-headline the 2020 Super Bowl alongside Shakira earlier this week).
Abominable is a yeti-sized win for original animation, proving families are still hungry for new storytelling in the animated sphere. It’s also the first animated Hollywood studio film with a female director at the helm — Jill Culton, alongside Todd Wilderman. The family-friendly flick follows a teenager (Chloe Bennet) and her two friends (Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Albert Tsai) who trek 3,000 miles across China and into the Himalayas to return a young Yeti, fondly named Everest, with his family. Eddie Izzard and Sarah Paulson also lend voice talent as a wealthy man and eager zoologist hell-bent on capturing the creature for research.
It could be poised for a blizzard of strong returns going forward, given its sterling A CinemaScore and positive reviews. Abominable is the seventh Universal title to debut at number one this year (eight if you include Downton Abbey), giving them the most number one titles of any studio this year.
The weekend’s other new release, Judy Garland biopic Judy, went over the rainbow with its opening numbers in limited release. Opening on only 461 screens, Judy cracked the top ten for a seventh place finish and an estimated $3.1 million in ticket sales. It marks the top opening for a film in platform release this year, according to Roadside Attractions.
Renee Zellweger is already earning heaps of Oscar buzz for her portrayal of legendary entertainer Judy Garland in the last concert engagements of her life. Audiences responded strongly to her performance, giving the film an A- CinemaScore. Additionally, Roadside Attractions reports Judy’s grosses jumped 35 percent from Friday to Saturday, suggesting terrific word-of-mouth. Judy expands nationwide next weekend where that momentum could continue.
We’re fully into fall movie season now as a horror sequel and original awards bait round out the top five. It: Chapter Two stays strong in its fourth week of release, scaring up an estimated $10.4 million in ticket sales. The horror sequel now boasts a $193.9 million domestic total and has crossed the $400 million mark worldwide with a cumulative gross of $417.4 million. Last weekend’s new Brad Pitt in space vehicle, Ad Astra, falls to fifth place with an estimated $10.1 million in ticket sales.
Overall box office is down 5.1 percent to date, according to Comscore, a steadily improving number. Check out the Sept. 27-29 numbers below.
1. Abominable— $20.9 million
2. Downton Abbey— $14.5 million
3. Hustlers— $11.5 million
4. It: Chapter Two— $10.4 million
5. Ad Astra— $10.1 million
6. Rambo: Last Blood— $8.6 million
7. Judy— $3.1 million
8. Good Boys— $2 million
9. The Lion King– $1.6 million
10. Angel Has Fallen — $1.5 million