Chloë Grace Moretz is Nylon's December cover star and the 18-year-old actress couldn't look more stunning.
The Atlanta, Georgia native covers the magazine in minimal jewelry, a bodysuit and a Drome jacket, wearing her hair wavy and exaggerated eyeliner.
The new cover is a stark contrast to Moretz's 2013 cover shoot for Nylon, which she did when she was 16 years old.
Moretz has a bunch of movies slated to come out soon: "November Criminals," "The 5th Wave," "Brain on Fire" and "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising" with Seth Rogen and Zac Efron.
And while it might be easy to ask her a million questions about co-stars and set stories, Moretz is more interested in Democratic debates and her favorite presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, in the Nylon feature.
"I read up on all of the candidates and Hillary is the best -- male or female," said Moretz to the magazine. "Hillary's giving us real answers to real questions for once. And I think she's one of the first candidates we've had in a long time that isn't lying to us in that sense."
Moretz added, "I think she's an amazing role model, and I like her ideas for education reform and college loan -- higher education should be as accessible as a high school education. You shouldn't have to pay 15 years of your life back to a bank to pay off a student loan."
As for her own hopes for office, Moretz says she might want to be a politician herself one day.
"I'm ready, guys, youngest female president ever!" she told the magazine. “I don’t know … maybe not president. I might just be a senator. We’ll see.”
Maybe in a few years (or decades) we'll get to see that reality come true.
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