Kimberly Peirce is best known for impactful films like Stop/Loss and Boys Don't Cry, and while her latest effort — a big-screen version of Stephen King's classic Carrie — might seem like a departure, the director tells us it shares much in common with her other movies. Peirce also talked with us about how working with Carrie's young star Chloë Moretz compared to her experiences with past leads Channing Tatum and Hilary Swank and about the fun of tackling the horror genre. Carrie hits theaters this weekend.
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