Chloe Grace Moretz is kicking butt a second time around as Hit Girl in Kick-Ass 2, in theaters August 16, and she took the opportunity to give ETonline a telekinetic taste of things to come with her brand-new take on the classic Stephen King character Carrie.
"I'm so excited for people to see Carrie," Chloe tells ET. "You're going to see such a different kind of character than I've ever played. I think it's the most vulnerable, it's the most broken-down, it's the most tortured, sad, dark character I've ever done, and it's so fun for me to go into those types of characters."
In the 2013 reboot directed by Kimberly Pierce, in theaters October 18, Chloe takes on the killer character originally made famous by Sissy Spacek in the 1976 adaptation by Brian De Palma. Shunned by her peers and sheltered by her overprotective, deeply religious mother (Julianne Moore), Carrie discovers that she has telekinetic powers and unleashes terror on her small town after being pushed too far at the senior prom.
"We really did bring so many things from the Stephen King novel into the story that people won't even expect," adds Chloe. "It really is a totally new movie."