Chloë Grace Moretz loves having her mom on set with her.
Chloë Grace Moretz can’t help but fan girl over Anna Kendrick.
The 17-year-old starlet has been a Hollywood fixture since her 2005 movie debut in The Amityville Horror.
Since then she’s wowed filmgoers as Hit-Girl in Kick-Ass and as the lead in the remake of classic horror film Carrie.
Her latest role is Mia Hall in If I Stay, due out later this month. She and co-star Jamie Blackley had a ball while shooting, taking inspiration from Up in the Air star Anna.
“We were joking around one day, and we taught each other the Cups song,” Chloë explained to Page Six, before launching into a version of the Pitch Perfect tune.
“It’s [sung by] Anna Kendrick… I’m totally a fan of hers. I haven’t met her, but I heard she’s nice.”
Growing up on the screen has been an easy transition for Chloë, and she’s seen her roles mature in recent years.
Some onscreen parts now require her to have a romantic interest, a fact her mom’s finding it hard to get her head around.
“My mom was there going, ‘No, no, so we’re going to go home now,’" she giggled.
“I do like having her on set. She protects me and when I don’t want to be the heavy one — she takes the fall.”
In real life it’s thought the blonde beauty is dating Brooklyn Beckham, the 15-year-old son of superstar couple Victoria and David.
The pair have bonded over their love of skateboarding, with Chloë recently declaring him a risk taker.
“I don’t know!” she laughed to Company magazine when asked who is the better skateboarder. “I mean, he had a pretty small skateboard, and I had more of a long board. I think he’s a risk taker, like a typical guy, weaving in and out of people. I’m a ‘safety boarder’ – I don’t want to break any bones!”
Copyright: Cover Media 2014
Wednesday, 20. August 2014