Chloë Grace Moretz is a hugger. She may be a big movie star with memorable roles in Kick-Ass, Carrie, Hugo, and soon The 5th Wave, but she’s a Georgia girl first and foremost. So when we meet up at Bowlmor Lanes, a dimly lit, music-filled bowling alley in New York City’s Chelsea Piers, there’s no how-do-you-do handshake. Ready or not, she goes right on in for the bear hug. “I’m from the South—that’s what we do!” she says.
Dozens of teens have descended upon the alley’s lanes and arcade area. A few people are singing “Happy Birthday” to a little boy dressed as Batman. No one seems to notice the famous actress among them dressed in a black leather jacket, high-rise skinny jeans, and a gray T-shirt with the words “kind of like this but not like this” emblazoned across
The die-hard hockey fan confesses she has a tendency to get competitive over the silliest of things—including a friendly round of bowling. After trading in her black slip-on Vans for a red, white, and blue pair of bowling shoes, she quickly takes control and starts setting up our names on the scoreboard. She types in “Coco” for herself. I go with “Striker.” (Full disclosure: I’ve only bowled a handful of times in my life and the last time was a good 12 years ago.)
Beautiful Chloe Grace changed Jennifer Lawrence and covers new issue of Australian magazine for teens — Dolly. She looks fabulous. For now, I have only the cover premiered on its twitter. What do you think guys? ;-)
I’ve just added some missing magazine scans to our photo gallery, I mean few pages from Russian issues of Vogue and Tatler, from April. The one from Vogue is an article about Chloe with the photo taken by Paola Kudacki, whereas in Tatler is a little summary of Chloe’s style ;-) Thanks jurnalik.ru for them!
Thanks to JustJared.com, we can read some excerpts of FLAUNT’s interview with our Chloe. I have mentioned this few days ago and I have added this day small scans of the magazine. Now, I have for you the larger ones and the photos taken by Yu Tsai.Chloe looks incredible. I love her. Visit the photo gallery and view this beautiful photo shoot ;-)
On choosing roles:
I mean, yeah. I’ve done some kid stuff, but I mean I’m just driven to do stuff that is not ‘me,’ you know? … I just had a meeting with a director and I have three pages of notes on the psychology of the character and her thoughts and her past. It’s, like, as complicated as genetics.
Professional photographs —Yu Tsai for FLAUNT Magazines —FLAUNT Spring 2012
I’m hopefully going to Columbia University. I want to do a minor in Art History and major in Criminal Psychology. I find criminal psychology incredibly fascinating and scary and how volatile the human mind can be. And I really love classical art, definitely. I mean, I’ve been to so many amazing places in Paris and London, and I’ve seen some beautiful pieces.
I’m not doing campaigns yet. I want to wait a couple years, because I think if I do it right now, where am I going to go when I’m 20 and I’ve already done two campaigns or something? You know, I figure, why do everything so young and so fast? I’m only 15. Why rush everything? I’m saving a lot of stuff for later. A fashion campaign will come in due time.