She was the child star who did everything ‘right’, and yet still lost herself along the way, albeit in private.
But after dealing with the paparazzi and the effects of being in the public eye Chloë Grace Moretz is finally feeling like a grown-up woman, she tells HUNGER.
That’s how long Chloë Grace Moretz has been acting; and for more than 10 years of that time, intense paparazzi and social media intrusion have been her reality.
“There’s always gonna be the darkness that comes with fame,” she tells me as she fiddles with the zip on her oversized hoodie while sitting on the sofa of her LA home.
“When Kick-Ass came out, I was 12 years old,” she continues, “and I think from that point forward everything shifted.”