Chloe Moretz Teases Plastic Surgery, Needle Phobia
Hollywood big shots have plastic surgery all the time. Which such a focus on looks and youth, most stars have a compulsion to “stay beautiful” even if it means having doctor slice and dice their face.
Discussing her plastic surgeon dad, Moretz revealed that he “has some clients who are actors. I mean, I’m sure I’ll probably have something done one day.”
But the teen star, who a fantastic recent appearance on the hit NBC comedy 30 Rock, is deathly afraid of needles.
“I’m scared of the syringe,” says Moretz. “I’m even dreading the day I turn 16 and have to get my shots done.”
Moretz, who shot to fame with her portrayal of the ass-kicking wunderkind Hit Girl in the 2010 film Kick-Ass, is working on a slew of projects including The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, Movie 43, Hugo Cabret and Hick.
The actress is set to return to the Hit-Girl role in Kick-Ass 2: Balls to the Wall; due out sometime in 2012.