The HERO Winter Annual 2022 – Issue 06, Chloë Grace Moretz
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Fresh from her starring role in acclaimed Amazon sci-fi series, The Peripheral, Moretz is in conversation with Nick Robinson discussing futures – both fictional and professional.
In She Said, Zoe Kazan plays one half of the journalist duo who won the Pulitzer Prize for their 2017 investigation into film producer Harvey Weinstein, shattering decades of sexual assault in Hollywood. A role that is generational, historical and vital, Kazan discusses the impact of these events with eminent auteur Ethan Hawke.
In Luca Guadagnino’s We Are Who We Are, actor Jack Dylan Glazer was given the freedom to shape and elevate his character. Forming a tight friendship and bond, the actor and director reconnect following the Venice Film Festival premiere of Grazer’s new project Dreamin’ Wild.
Australian snowboarder Scotty James is one of the sport’s most exciting and individual stars. With his sights set on a gold medal at the Milano Cortina 2026 Olympic Winter Games, James speaks to compatriot surfing icon Mick Fanning – two adrenaline chasers riding high.
Notions of articulation and diversity guide a conversation between transcendent musicians cktrl and Mereba, while Aaron Dominguez speaks to Raúl Castillo following the release of their acclaimed new film, The Inspection.
Renowned artist Marcel Dzama peels back the layers on his rich artistic vocabulary, revealing insights and inspirations to eminent art critic and curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Mei Mac, star of Barbican’s record-breaking My Neighbour Totoro stage adaption, is in-conversation with Cherrelle Skeete – two actors using their platform to elevate and encourage minority voices.
Plus, original Christmas ghost stories to recite as the snow falls outside, custom cocktails from New York bars (and actor Nicholas Hamilton), and an exclusive short story from Amber Later.
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