Chloe Moretz has been offered the titular role in a remake of the classic horror film 'Carrie.'

MGM, Screen Gems, and director Kimberly Pierce made the offer on Tuesday, reported Deadline. Moretz confirmed the offer on her official Twitter page.

Never been so happy in my life! Thank you Kim Pierce and thank u MGM for the chance of a lifetime i will never forget! she wrote.

Moretz, 15 will play the misunderstood teenager made famous by Sissy Spacek in the 1976 adaption.

The film is based on the 1974 Stephen King bestseller. It tells the story of Carrie White, a pubescent teenager raised in a fanatical religious home who finds out she has telepathic powers. When her classmates plan to humiliate her during prom, Carrie uses her powers with devastating consequences.

The religious fanatical mother (played by Piper Laurie in the original) and the supporting actors have not been cast yet.

Other actresses considered for the role were Dakota Fanning, Emily Browning, Bella Heathcote, and Lily Collins. Shailene Woodley declined an offer for this role, according to Vulture.

Moretz is known for her roles in 'Kicka--' and 'Hugo.'