Chloe Moretz Dishes on Hit-Girl's Growth, 'Carrie' Role, and Her Style Icons
Moretz took on the iconic telekinetic teen title role in the reboot of the 1976 Brian De Palma horror classic, Carrie. The film is set to premiere in October and Boys Don't Cry director Kimberly Peirce was on-hand to direct. Julianne Moore co-stars as Carrie's religious fanatic mama.
Chloe will also reprise her role as potty-mouthed assassin Hit-Girl in the much anticipated Kick-Ass sequel. "You can expect her [Hit-Girl] to grow up, and see a different side of her," Moretz told us. "She doesn't know if she's a villain or a vigilante or if she's killing for fun or because it's all she knows, or if she's doing it because she actually does see bad people."
Check out the clip above and find out what Moretz has to say about Hit-Girl's "inner hate," taking on Carrie, and where she gets her amazing style from.