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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Chloë Moretz sentimental about UK

Chloë Moretz

Chloë Moretz feels "completely nostalgic" about being in London.

The 15-year-old actress spent several months in the UK city while shooting the Oscar-winning movie Hugo. She is back in England to promote her latest film Dark Shadows and is thrilled to re-visit her favourite haunts - despite the bad weather.

"I was talking to my brother when we were driving in from Heathrow Airport and it was completely nostalgic because I lived here for so long," she told UK TV show Daybreak. "I was like, 'Oh, it's so London,' because it was raining but then you have the beautiful greenery. When you drive through Hyde Park it is one of the most amazing feelings you have in London."

Chloë stars alongside Johnny Depp, Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer and Helena Bonham Carter in Dark Shadows. The movie is directed by Tim Burton and is adapted from a popular US TV show from the '60s.

The teenage star was thrilled to work with so many big names and has revealed that Johnny instantly put her at ease.

"He is amazing, he is one of the most humble guys you could ever work with, you know," she beamed. "You walk on the set and try and imagine what Johnny Depp would be like. But he greets you every morning and is like, 'Hey, how are you doing?' and it's like no big deal."

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