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Chloe Moretz Goes Gothic Chic for 'Dazed & Confused' Cover

Chloe Moretz Goes Gothic Chic for 'Dazed & Confused' Cover

Chloe Moretz sports black hair and a gothic look on the cover of Dazed & Confused‘s latest issue, on newsstands Thursday (October 17).

The 16-year-old actress recently dished about working with Julianne Moore on her new movie Carrie.

“She is probably my favorite, I mean, I learned so much from her,” Chloe told E! News. “She has everything. She has everything you want, she’s beautiful, she’s smart, she’s funny, I mean it’s like why can’t we all be Julianne Moore?”

Looks like Julianne thought of Chloe in the same positive light!

“She’s so delightful,” Julianne said. “I mean, she was 15 when we shot this and she’s very professional, really talented, very engaging and wants to do well and great work. I love her. I loved being with her. She was a great partner and I wanted to make sure that she felt safe with me and that anything could happen and that I was not going to hurt her and that we could kind of explore this relationship together.”

For more from Chloe, visit DazedDigital.com!

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Photos: Glen Luchford
Posted to: Chloe Moretz, Magazine

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  • D

    this is the seventh Carrie movie. SAD

  • http://www.facebook.com/constanzi.lara?ref=tn_tnmn constance

    i just love her!, such a good young actress

  • UNCLE BOB

    Who reads magazines anymore, seriously. You’d think these things were printed for china.