Chloe Grace Moretz debuts prosthetic baby bump on the set of her upcoming film Mother/Android in Boston
Her recent roles have mostly been off-screen thanks to a slew of animated films and a scripted podcast.
But Chloë Grace Moretz showed she was ready to get back in front of the camera on Thursday, when she was seen on the set of her upcoming science fiction–thriller Mother/Android.
The 23-year-old actress showed off her surprising new appearance, as she wore a faux baby bump while filming in Boston.
New role: Chloë Grace Moretz, 23, was seen Thursday on the set of her upcoming film Mother/Android in Boston while wearing a prosthetic baby bump
Chloë’s costume included a ribbed white top that was covered by her midnight blue overalls.
Underneath it, she also had on the baby bump prosthetic to help her play a mother-to-be.
The 5ft4in actress stayed warm with a maroon down jacket and had a powder blue scarf wrapped around her throat.
She sipped on an iced coffee as she exited her trailer for some extra energy ahead of the next take.
Bundled up: Chloe had her fake baby bump on underneath dark blue overalls, a ribbed white shirt and a maroon down jacket
Dangerous journey: She plays a pregnant mother in the sci-fi thriller who has to cross territory controlled by hostile androids in order to give birth safely
Mother/Android is written and directed by Mattson Tomlin, who previously wrote the Netflix thriller Project Power and who has done uncredited work on the script of the Robert Pattinson–starring The Batman.
Chloë stars as Georgia, a pregnant woman living in a future where her country is at war with artificial intelligence, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
With her boyfriend Sam, Georgia must cross into territory controlled by the androids on her way to safely deliver her baby.
Despite the movie’s sci-fi trappings, Tomlin’s film was inspired by his parents’ struggles during the Romanian Revolution.
Back at it: On Wednesday, Chloë revealed that she’s currently working on the sequel to her hit animated children’s comedy The Addams Family (2019); shown in October 2019
Chloë will be staying busy once filming is completed, as she revealed Wednesday that she’ll be returning to voice Wednesday Addams in a sequel to her animated Addams Family adaptation.
Her newest projects follow a string of acclaimed films, including The Miseducation Of Cameron Post, in which she played a gay high school student forced into the discredited practice of Conversion Therapy.
The film received praise from critics and currently holds an 86 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with many critics singling out her performance.
Captivating: She starred in The Miseducation Of Cameron Post in 2018 as a high schooler forced into the dangerous and discredited practice of Conversion Therapy
She also played a supporting part in Luca Guadagnino’s remake of the Italian horror classic Suspiria.
The 500 Days Of Summer actress starred as a dancer at a prestigious Berlin academy in the late 1970s who goes missing.
The critically praised horror film also featured lead performances from Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton.