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Chloë Grace Moretz has been outspoken when it comes to supporting the #MeToo and Time’s Up anti-harassment campaigns, which led many fans to question her decision to sign on for the upcoming film “Shadow in the Cloud.” The World War II horror movie is written by Max Landis, who has been accused of sexual misconduct. The project was announced at the end of January 2019 with Moretz in the leading role and Roseanne Liang (“My Wedding and Other Secrets”) on board to direct.
In a new interview with The Guardian to mark the U.K. release of “Greta,” Moretz assured fans the project has moved far away from Landis, following the accusations made against him. Although Landis might still have his name on the project, Moretz said “we’ve completely distanced ourselves from him. We’ve rewritten it several times now. His name is kind of far away from the project.”
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Per Variety, “Shadow in the Cloud” tells the story of a World War II pilot on a B-17 Flying Fortress who is “clutching a black radio bag with top secret contents and orders authorizing her transport.” The pilot, set to be played by Moretz, must contend with jeers from her all-male crew members, an oncoming ambush from Japanese forces, and mysterious evil happenings on board the aircraft.
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