Chloë Grace Moretz: ‘People said: You’re going to lose your career over this’
She shot to fame with Kick-Ass, then was almost derailed by a film co-starring Louis CK. Now she’s back with the bold film Greta – and a desire to remain ‘the outspoken girl’
Chloë Grace Moretz could make almost anyone she met feel old. She pitches up for our 10.30am coffee date fresh from breakfast yoga: bright eyed and eager, with newly pierced ear cartilage. She makes straight for the brightest table in the place.
At 22, with about 60 films and TV shows under her belt, Moretz still has the face of a child star, which is to say she is a star who looks like a child, with golden hair and cartoon-size features seemingly forever on the verge of a pout. She also has the PR-buffed poise of a long-term A-lister.