Not only does the 13-year-old have a hilarious small role in Diary of a Wimpy Kid, in theaters today, but she earned great buzz for her equally small, but funny role in 500 Days of Summer and she also has two more movies on the horizon, including a vampire drama called 'Let Me In.'
We talked to Chloe and she confessed she didn't read the Wimpy Kid series before filming the movie.
"No they weren't in my curriculum in school," she says. "After I did the film, I read them and I was like, 'Oh my gosh, these are so amazing!'' It's funny because I was like this twelve year old reading these, you know, middle school sixth grade books."
Okay, so Chloe's reading list is a bit more ...sophisticated. "At that time, I was reading 'Pride and Prejudice' and those types of books." But she also told us that she hasn't read the Twilight books, even though she plays a vampire in the upcoming 'Let Me In.' Turns out, the vamps in her movie are nothing like the Cullens.
"Let Me In' is a really amazing darker side of a vampire," she tells us. "It really expresses how a vampire is a not a good thing to have on you. It's not something that's cool, fun, and you have fangs and you look awesome. It's really darker and more emotional and it shows how it's a burden on my character, Abby."
Keep reading to listen to our interview with Chloe and watch the trailer for the movie.