In case you didn’t know, Chloe Grace Moretz is kind of a big deal.
The Kick-Ass star isn’t even 18 years old yet but already she is poised to become one of the highest paid actresses in the business, after landing a major movie deal.
The actress is set to play the character Alina in the new Denzel Washington movie The Equalizer, and while she is no stranger to a big role, she has reportedly landed a huge pay cheque for the part.
According to reports, while Moretz has already clocked $400,000 for signing on for the part, her deal will also see her earn an extra $150,000 if the film makes over $100 million at the North American box office.
And with a cast including Denzel and Bill Pullman, it looks like Chloe will be laughing all the way to the bank.
For such a young actress, Chloe has already earned worldwide acclaim for a string of powerful performances in movies such as Let Me In and Kick-Ass.
It looks like she’s all set for Hollywood domination!
Fair play to her.
Chloe Grace Moretz has opened up about how filming If I Stay took its toll emotionally.
The film tells the story of Mia, a girl who has an out of body experience and has to decide between waking up after a car accident, to a life very different to what she had before, and not waking up at all. The trailer is enough to set us off, so we can only imagine what it was like during filming!
In a Twitter Q&A one fan asked if she ever had to stop a scene because of the high emotion, and Chloe replied: “I would never stop a scene, but i def had scenes where i couldnt stop crying after, also i would go home and cry at times.
“It was very personal, and very emotional, i spent weeks having to imagine the loss of a family and that was very hard 2 do (sic).”
Poor Chloe! It must have been such a huge change from her previous films Kick-Ass and Carrie, though she says she loved it:
“We had so much fun going to concerts and hanging out on weekends as a cast, also we went xmas shopping (sic).
“I truly loved every single person, bc we played a family we became very close (sic).”