Image Credit: Dan Smith; Saeed AdyaniAs we mentioned yesterday, EW recently gathered five of the most promising child stars — Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka, Let Me In’s Chloe Grace Moretz, Modern Family’s Rico Rodriguez, The Last Airbender’s Noah Ringer, and True Grit’s Hailee Steinfeld — to talk shop. Chloe Grace Moretz, at just 13, is enjoying a moment few actors will ever realize. After her break-out role as the exquisitely foul-mouthed Hit Girl in Kick-Ass, and her forlorn turn playing a vampire in Let Me In, she’s now filming Hugo Cabret in London with Martin Scorsese. Next up for this busy home-schooled 8th grader? Karyn Kusama’s The Rut, Derick Martini’s Hick, David O. Russell’s Old St. Louis with Vince Vaughn, and — good grief, this girl gets killer roles — Emily the Strange.

You know what stinks about being young and famous? You can score tickets to Lady Gaga but still be too young to get in. Plus, creepy stalkers. Sic ’em, Hit Girl! As Moretz seems to be on every director’s Must List, we figured it was only fitting to find out just what is on hers. As you’ll hear in the video below, her tastes run towards the classics. What’s her favorite movie? Her favorite book? More importantly, Hit Girl and Abby meet in a dark alley — Who emerges victorious?

For more on The Kids’ Table, check out the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on sale Oct. 29, and view our bonus interview with Chloe Grace Moretz in the video below. After that, don’t forget to catch up with Sally Draper in Kiernan Shipka’s charming video interview.

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