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Chloe Moretz Covers 'Nylon' May 2013 (Exclusive Photos!)

Chloe Moretz Covers 'Nylon' May 2013 (Exclusive Photos!)

Chloe Moretz graces the cover of Nylon magazine‘s Young Hollywood issue for May 2013, in these photos premiering exclusively on JustJared.com.

Here is what the 16-year-old Kick-Ass 2 and Carrie actress had to share with the mag:

On playing the potty-mouthed teen Hit-Girl in Kick-Ass: “We all looked at it and were like, ‘Who knows what people might think?’ They might be totally offended and never want to hear from me again, or people might love it and go, ‘This is the raddest female-empowerment Angelina Jolie-type character for an 11-year-ild girl.’ It was a big risk, a really big risk. People were saying to my mom, ‘What did you do to your child? You ruined her!’ But I was like, ‘It was my choice! I wanted to do it!’”

On why she’ll never hate-tweet: “I’ve learned lately that social media is amazing because it allows people who don’t know you to be inside your life. But you can’t let them in too much. I use it now more for publicity for my movies. I never end veiled messages like, ‘Screw you, you hurt me,’ toward someone, and not say who. Come on–you’re just asking people to look into it!”

For more from Chloe, visit NylonMag.com!

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6 Responses to “Chloe Moretz Covers 'Nylon' May 2013 (Exclusive Photos!)”

  1. 1
    Rupert Sanders Says:

    sexy chloe <3

  2. 2
    Cate Says:

    That is a terrible cover. So unflattering.

  3. 3
    Jessie Says:

    This is one busy young lady. She’s had a great career so far and there are more offers waiting for her. She’s one young actress who I think will be working as much as she wants to. She’s already in negotiation for at least 2 films. She smart, willing to take chances and knows how to express herself.

  4. 4
    visitor Says:

    illuminati

  5. 5
    Skounoupi Says:

    i really like her!!

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    Mel_M Says:

    Hit-Girl was the most foul-mouthed, lethal little character persona ever, yet she was, to my complete surprise, one of the most charming. My other Chloe favs are “Let Me In” and “Hick.” “Hugo” was a great great movie, but Chloe wasn’t its star.

    In “Let Me In,” I never thought I could like a silly vampire movie, but this one was great. It kinda shook my moral compass, but I came out alright anyway. I must add too that Jodi Smit-McPhee was superb and I hope he has a future in movies. (I didn’t like the Twi movies and only watched several of them because Dakota Fanning had a few lines. Someday, I expect that I’ll forgive her for doing them.)

    In Hick, a precocious Luli was struggling to save–in a secular sense–her moral and intellectual soul and I don’t think a lot of people understood that. I was shocked to see Roger Ebert write that Luli really should have gone back home; it was very clear to me that the screenwriter knew this wasn’t true–it would have condemned Luli to a kind of spiritual death. Her real values weren’t at home. Fast forward 15 years and I can see Luli teaching at a university, or writing a novel, or…

    With “Carrie,” I’ll see if the remake improved on the original. Lots of people think it wasn’t needed. (IMO, Sissy Spacek was perfect casting and will be hard to beat, but I’ll keep an open mind.) I remember too well the absurd remake of “Lord of the Flies.” I suppose that, someday, someone will get the idea of a remake for “To Kill a Mockingbird.” I cringe at the thought!

    Anyway, if Chloe continues to dig down and work her tail off, she will have a bright future in the movies. No self-destructive behavior…please.

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