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Chloe Grace Moretz Says Her Louis C.K. Film 'Shouldn't Be Seen'

After skipping last year’s festivities, Chloe Grace Moretz, star of the upcoming drama “Greta,” returned to the Toronto Film Festival this year and visited the Variety Studio presented by AT&T.

When asked if she thinks “I Love You, Daddy” — the 2017 film she starred in opposite Louis C.K. — should still hit theaters after the disgraced comedian, accused of sexual misconduct, recently came back into the public eye, the actress didn’t hold back.

“I think the movie that we made shouldn’t be seen, I think it should go away,” she said. “I don’t think that it’s a perspective or a story that needs to be told in this day and age, especially in the wake of everything that’s come to light.”

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