And, she means what she says. She strikes some seductive poses in the magazine, including a racy shot sitting on a vintage pink Cadillac.
She’s also known for taking on daring roles like her breakthrough character in Director Matthew Vaughn’s 2010 action film “Kick-Ass.” She played self-styled superhero called “Hit-Girl,” a potty-mouthed 12-year-old with a solid right hook.
She cause a firestorm of controversy because of her salty dialogue in the film, which included using the c-word. She’ll reprise her role in the sequel “Kick-Ass 2” due to hit theaters in August.
Chloe Moretz Hotter Than a Pink Cadillac
This fall, she stars in the third film adaptation of Stephen King’s 1974 novel “Carrie,” about a shunned high school girl who has supernatural powers and unleashes them after she’s humiliated at her high school prom. Julianne Moore plays her religiously crazed mother.
Moretz has also made inroads as a fashion icon despite her young age, which has led to some criticism that she is being oversexualized.
She’s appeared in a slew of fashion magazines, from Flaunt, Vogue and Teen Vogue to Marie Claire, Interview, Elle and InStyle among others.
She’s also a fixture at Fashion Week shows. In February, Elle magazine crowned her the “Next Future Icon” at its “Elle Style Awards” gala.
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