Chloe Moretz is on the cover of Teen Vogue, and she talks about the difficulties of fighting for a role, and her impeccable taste in fashion.
When discussing her fashion sense, Chloe says, “Oh, McQueen. I love McQueen so much. Jonathan Saunders, Miu Miu, Prada, and definitely Kenzo—I love what they're doing lately. My work [as a brand ambassador] with Aéropostale has been so fun for that reason—I love that a girl could see a paparazzi picture of me going to a movie and buy what I'm wearing. I'm not running around in Givenchy or Louis Vuitton. My mom doesn't let me buy expensive brands."
She also talks about having to fight for the ‘Carrie’ role, saying, “When I was auditioning for Carrie, I was told, 'Well, look, you're too young, you're too pretty, you're too accomplished.' I love showing people I can do something that they might think I will never be able to do."
While it’s true that Chloe was definitely too young, I don’t see how they would want someone less ‘established’ for the role of Carrie. It’s an iconic character that they should do justice to, and a lot of the time, choosing an unknown without significant acting experience ends up backfiring. Chloe has been a staple of big screen cinema the last few years, with a strong break-out in ‘Kick-Ass’, and then an equally strong showing in the American remake of ‘Let Me In’. There’s no doubt that she will blow audiences away with her portrayal of Carrie, and rumor is that she and Julianne Moore bring a different side to the characters in the film than what’s portrayed in the original film.