All things Chloe Grace Moretz
It seems like teen actress Chloe Grace Moretz is becoming quite the popular girl in Hollywood.
She's been doing a few great movies recently and she's also sort of admitted to dating one of the most talked about boys ever, Brooklyn Beckham, the oldest son of Victoria and David Beckham.
In a recent interview with US show Watch What Happens Live, Moretz finally gave viewers an answer to the question everybody has been wanting to know.
"He's a very good guy and he's a good person. I enjoy hanging out with him," Chloe revealed.
They've been photographed together at concerts, award shows and even in public just simply having fun.
He was even her date to the premier of her movie If I Stay.
The 17-year-old actress has definitely been showcasing her strong talent ever since her first movie in 2005, The Amityville Horror.
In the most recent film that's about to be released, Moretz will be playing opposite Denzel Washington in what will be her most challenging role yet.
She plays an abused Russian child prostitute in the thriller The Equalizer and says it's one of her darkest roles ever.
In an interview with Reuters, she talked about how it was like acting with Washington and how she learnt to play the role she was given.
Q: You have been experimenting with different kinds of roles. How different was Teri?
A: I did a lot of research to become Alina. I went to this wonderful organization called Children of the Night, which has a hotline and you can call them and they will come pick you up and take you to a shelter and you can get out of your life on the streets.
With the amount of research I needed to do to become Alina, I felt really close to her and I think in my filmography it is probably the deepest I have gone in searching for a character. And the moments I had on set with Teri/Alina were really intense. It is probably the darkest I have ever been.
Q: How did you prepare for her Russian side?
A: I had a Russian teacher. She taught me everything. I only had to learn a couple of words, but it is a hard language to learn. I had these little cheat sheets in my pockets with the phonetics written out of how it should sound.
Q: Your character goes away in the middle of the film. Did you yearn for more scenes?
A: Yeah, I would have totally killed to have more scenes with Denzel. I only had four or five. The moments I did have with him were amazing and I learned more in those moments than I have in a long time with an actor. He's really a beautiful person to watch just act and talk and be around because he has such a being about him. I really admire him as a person.
He has a daughter who is in college and he saw me in that light and treated me the same way. He took me in. You know, he doesn't talk a lot. He isn't much of a talker. He doesn't just go on and on. But we would have some really small, nice conversations.
Photos: AFP, Golden Village
Q: What distinguishes you from other actors your age?
A: Honestly, I don't know. I just try to do things that are different. I want to push that further and try new things I have never experienced before. I am not afraid of a challenge and I am not afraid to jump head first into something I have never done before.
I think I am trying to grab anything, grasp any new moment in my life and kind of run with it. Because that is what this business allows me to do. And why not take advantage of it?
Sources: Reuters, Daily Mail