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Chloe Moretz graces the cover of Seventeen

11 April 2012 No Comment

Posted by Sherwin

Chloe Moretz is one of the new breed of young stars that I really admire. She’s an incredibly talented actress, and at just 15 years old, she’s already a stunner.

You might know Chloe from movies like (500) Days of Summer, Kick-Ass, and the Academy Award winning Hugo. She’s also starring alongside Johnny Depp in Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows, and according to reports, she has been offered the lead role in an upcoming remake of Carrie.

While I don’t get too excited about remakes, I do get stimulated about teenagers with supernatural powers. Once Chloe turns 18, perverts will definitely rejoice.

Here’s Chloe on the cover of Seventeen‘s May 2012 issue, which hits newsstands April 17. You can read the highlights from her interview below.

Chloe Moretz Seventeen Magazine Cover May 2012

On her ‘Hick’ co-star, Blake Lively: “Blake wears the most amazing clothes every day of her life. I went into her closet one night when she was trying things on for an event, and and she was getting dressed, and I was helping her choose what dress to wear. She had brought probably a hundred pairs of Louboutins, and she was like ‘Try these on, try those on.’ We basically had a shoe party!”

On how she still gets grounded: “I just got my phone back yesterday. My mom had it for two days. I was supposed to read a book and I really wanted to play Call Of Duty. It’s not like I want to go read the hot story in Cosmo and get locked up! No, I get caught for playing video games. I probably play more than any guy does.

On dating: “I like guys that are a little bit older, if they are cool and not completely immature…I’ll date one day if I find someone that I want to let into my life enough. I have to feel out the waters and see what’s up.”

On life imitating art: “Of all the characters I’ve played, I relate the most to Isabel in Hugo. She’s so adventurous and fun. She just loves reading books and those are her adventures. Isabel is a heightened version of my personality.”

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