On staying in shape:
“I’m conscious of what I eat and try to eat what I want, but if it’s too rich then I change my choices the rest of the day. I don’t really believe in depriving myself – I love food too much. I work out too to keep fit. I think a normal, ‘real’ body is the most beautiful thing in the world. Anyone can be board skinny if they want to deprive themselves. I just personally don’t like that look.”
On the future:
“I love my life. I love my family, I love my friends and I love my pets. I am very, very blessed. The future excites me sooooo much! I’ve got a lot more living to do.”
On remaking “Carrie”:
“There was such a maternal, female aspect to it. This is a movie that deals with really dark but also very female aspects of life. It’s a very extreme mother/daughter relationship. For a man to try and interpret what that was like as a 16-year-old? Nah. Not the same thing. To have an actual female directing you and being opposite on the screen sirens of our day, she allowed me to feel safe to go to such a dark places with her because this is the most vulnerable I’ve ever been. Which is scary.”
New “Dark Shadows” still featuring Chloe & Johnny Depp added to the gallery, as well as quite a few scans from some of the latest issue featuring Chloe.
Scans> 2012> Allure 2012 x 001
Scans> 2012> Vogue Russia x 010
Scans> 2012> Flaunt Spring 2012 x 006
Chloe is featured in today’s (Nov. 27) issue of UK’s The Sunday Times in the style section. We have scans in the gallery courtesy of ycelebs Blogspot
Here is an excerpt from the article:
“Chloe’s a chameleon,” says Teri to the publicist, who is asking her about plans for the press tour for Hugo. “No other girl her age would change her hair this many times.” And she shrugs, probably because her daughter loves it. It reminds me of a trick Moretz has explained for getting the best out of the world’s most terrifying rollercoasters. “What you gotta do is try t not hold yourself down or tense up. Instead, you should free fall with your hands up, so that your whole body drifts with it. Literally, so you float. You don’t hold yourself down. You just float.” It’s the best life advice I’ve ever had from a 14-year-old.
Chloe Moretz is pretty in a pink Marc Jacobs top on the December/January cover of Teen Vogue mag.
The 14-year-old actress opens up about the roles she’s known for, saying, “I mean, it’s acting. I like these roles because they’re not me. That’s what’s fun about it. If I played another version of Chloë all the time, it would be boring.”
She also adds that she’s keeping normal as best she can. “Nobody really sits you down and gives you advice, but I’ve seen people who are so amazing and big but who are also so humble and normal. And I think, If they’re like that, I can be like that too.”
Check out more at TeenVogue.com!