- Hilary Swank, Boys Don’t Cry, 1999. Auditioning for Brandon, she won the transgendered teen’s pal, Lana. Hilary also won a new friend. Called Oscar.
- Selma Blair, Legally Blonde, 2001. Chloë’s brother (a bar-owner and DJ) wouldn’t talk to her for three weeks on hearing she’d rejected $500,000 for a support role.
- Amy Adams & Jennifer Garner, Catch Me If You Can, 2002. So many directors came and went... Cameron Crowe, David Fincher... Lasse Hallstroim talked to Chole about Frank’s fiancee... Gore Verbinksi voted for her as the hooker ... Steven Spielberg elected Miss Alias
- Julia Stiles, Mona Lisa Smile, 2003. To prepare for their roles, the leads went through a fortnight in a Bryn Mawrish (or Mawrich) finishing school.
- Kerry Washington, Mr & Mrs Smith, 2005. Add Chloë to the assassain’s body count of 43 kills.
- Jessica Biel, Hitchcock, 2012. Hitchcock’s back in business! With two films headlined by UK actors (Anthony Hopkins, Toby Jones) in bad impressions and fat suits. This is the second one - Hopkins making Psycho. And telling Janet Leigh: “You can call me Hitch. Hold the cock.” As Leigh was just two years older than the dowdier Vera Miles, most actresses were up for either role: Diana Agron, Camilla Belle, Abby Cornish, Emilie de Ravin, Natalie Dormer, Sarah Gadon, Ashley Greene, January Jones, Kate Mara, Brit Marling, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Evan Rachel Wood. But Chloe was mainly seen for Vera.