Chloë Grace Moretz faced one of her biggest fears while shooting "Greta."
“I don’t want to give anything away but there is a potentially hypothetical box and I’m super claustrophobic. And I was like I don’t know if I’m going to be able to do that,” she explained.
The film “Greta” is about a lonely woman who plants handbags on the subway, anticipating a kind, younger woman to return it to her. Moretz said she was excited to be involved in another thriller movie because she’s always been “captivated by darkness.”
“I always enjoyed the fact that with the genre you can get a lot of people in the room to see it, and kind of hide tons of subtext in there,” she explained. “It seems attainable and it’s kind of a nice way to sneak in a lot more reality.”
Moretz also said the movie made her really think about how being a good Samaritan can come back to bite you.
“I don’t know if I wanna help people anymore,” she joked. “But I’m gonna try my best. But after this, it’s like, I don’t know. You know, [my character] gets really bitten by just doing a small act of kindness, really.”