The subway can be a terrifying place! Uh, have you even seen the end of Speed?!
Chloë Grace Moretz was talking with Jimmy Fallon when she let it slip that she's afraid of a certain locomotive transportation that is mostly submerged in the bowels of NYC, or as Jimmy calls it, "a magic tube machine."
Because she's afraid of the subway and taking it alone (and her mom is protective), Chloë's mother apparently has access to her Uber account, so she can track that Chloë gets from point A to point B without the terrors of the C-Line!
Hey, we're all aboard with whatever makes you feel safe Chloë!
Ch-ch-check out her HIGHlarious interview that will leave you wanting Moretz (above)!!!
Want to share your every thought? That's what a Pensieve is for, or at least a diary…just not a possessed diary of a Dark Lord!
In a recent interview, Daniel Radlcliffe talked about the ways to avoid the limelight (aside from, you know, using the Polyjuice Potion everyday), and those ways include not enrolling in Twitter or Facebook:
Okay, maybe not for good (that would make us quiver with sadness if she quit acting forever), but in a recent interview JLaw said she's looking forward to some serious relaxation after her time in the arena and the Capitol:
As you know, Patton's Oswalt's wife Michelle McNamarapassed away suddenly in April, and he still struggles to cope with the devastating loss.
Speaking with The Times, the stand-up comedian recounted the heartbreaking morning he found the true crime author had died in her sleep -- a day he says was the "the second worst day of his life," the first being when he had to tell the couple's seven-year-old daughter, Alice, that her mother had passed.
Oswalt recalled telling his wife -- who had been working long hours investigating "The Golden State Killer" -- to "sleep until you wake up." So, McNamara took some Xanax and went to bed.