Chloe Moretz on ‘Kick Ass’ Role: “I See Why It’s So Inappropriate”
She’s worked with top Hollywood actors, like Johnny Depp, and starred in big-named movies, like (500) Days of Summer (when she was only 12!). So it’s no wonder that we’re totally girl-crushing slash envious of Chloe Grace Moretz. Thankfully, the good people over at Teen Vogue mimic our sentiments for the now 15-year-old, plastered her face on their March 2013 cover, got her to look back at her role in Kick-Ass and spill on this year’s Halloween thriller, Carrie.
When asked about her part in Kick-Ass, which was rated R, she admits, “I look back at that movie, and I think, ‘Wow, I see why it’s so inappropriate,'” but then relishes in the fact that she “could be in high school right now, like any other normal fifteen-year-old girl. I’m proud to say that I made a different life for myself. I’m a businesswoman.”
As for taking on the reboot of horror film, Carrie: “Carrie is the epitome of a girl who’s been broken down by others. When I was auditioning for Carrie, I was told, ‘Well, look, you’re too young, you’re too pretty, you’re too accomplished.’” She sure showed them…
In other, non-TV-related Chloe news, she’s tapped to star in a supernatural pic for Summit Entertainment (ya know, the peeps behind Twilight) called If I Stay. Stay tuned for the details! For more of Chloe’s interview, visit TeenVogue.com or pick up the March 2013 issue of Teen Vogue on newsstands now. If you’re still looking for a little bit extra, go behind the scenes of her shoot in the video below!