If you saw “Neighbors,” you could probably guess that the sequel, “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising,” is a college comedy romp. But star Chloë Grace Moretz says it’s more than that: It’s a feminist movie.
“It is a very equal-opportunity movie in the sense that the men and the women are kind of doing the exact same stuff,” she says. Besides, she adds—Zac Efron is “tenfold more objectified than any woman in this whole story.”
Fusion caught up with the 19-year-old Moretz ahead of the movie’s nationwide opening on Friday.