CHLOE GRACE MORETZ (Mindy/Hit Girl)
has planted herself at the
top of Hollywood's next
generation. Named as the
2012 Face of the Future by
Max Mara and Women in
Film, Moretz's films have
already grossed nearly $1
billion worldwide. In 2013,
Moretz will star as the
title character in MGM's
remake of Carrie, opposite Julianne Moore and
directed by Kimberly Peirce.
In 2012, Moretz was seen in Tim Burton's Dark
Shadows, a feature film adaptation of the popular
television series. She starred opposite Johnny Depp
and Michelle Pfeiffer. In 2011, Moretz appeared in
Martin Scorsese's Hugo, alongside Sir Ben Kingsley,
Asa Butterfield and Sacha Baron Cohen. The film was
Scorsese's first 3D endeavor and was a huge critical
success, earning five Oscars at the 2012 Academy
Over the last decade, Moretz has built a resume that
showcases her wide range of talent as an actress. At the
age of 11, she landed the lead role of Hit Girl in Kick-
Ass, the action-packed film adaptation of Mark Millar's
comic book. The film was released in the spring of 2010
and garnered much recognition for young Moretz's
talent from both the public and her peers. Her 2011
performance in Matt Reeves' Let Me In, a remake of
the Swedish vampire film Let the Right One In, earned
her critical acclaim.
Other highlights from Moretz's body of work include
Fox Searchlight's 2009 offbeat romantic comedy (500)
Days of Summer, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey
Deschanel, which premiered at the Sundance Film
Festival, and Ami Canaan Mann's psychological thriller
Texas Killing Fields, which starred Sam Worthington
and Jessica Chastain.
Moretz has appeared on the small screen with
guest roles on several television series, including the
Primetime Emmy Award-winning 30 Rock.
Moretz is an ambassador for UNICEF and lives in
Los Angeles with her family.
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