Chloë Grace Moretz wouldn’t mind returning to her role as Hit-Girl in a third installment of Kick-Ass, the hooligan movie of vigilantes.
Chloë Grace Moretz She is one of those actresses raised from a very young age to excel in the world of acting.
Although she already had an extensive filmography, it was in Kick-Ass that Moretz finally won the praise of critics and public for playing the foul-mouthed and brutal Mindy macready, better known as Hit-girl.
The success of Kick-Ass led the studio to award a sequel that would arrive in 2013, albeit with a lower than expected box office performance.
That pushed any prospect of a third Kick-Ass installment to limbo, where it still remains to this day.
Mark Millar and Matthew Vaughn They continue to collaborate on the Kingsman saga, whose next installment, the prequel The King’s Man: The First Mission, will hit theaters at the end of December.
Millar recently said that there are no plans to take back the Kick-Ass franchise, and that it only came up when the press asked about it.
Said and done, Jimmy Fallon She took good note and asked Chloë Grace Moretz about it, and it seems that the actress has changed her mind since the time she was asked the same thing in 2018, where she seemed to have no interest.
“It would be great to do Kick-Ass 3. I think it would be very interesting to see what Hit-Girl is like as an adult, and what she’s been up to. But I think I would need Aaron-Taylor Johnson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and the whole team together again. “.
Aaron-Taylor Johnson became the Quicksilver of Marvel Cinematic Universe, and soon he will become Kraven the Hunter.
Christopher Mintz-Plasse Something more “unnoticed” has happened, not for not having had interesting jobs, but for being more focused (than just) on voice roles.
Despite Chloë Grace Moretz’s interest, it seems unlikely that Kick-Ass 3 will see the light of day, at least for now. Would you like a third installment?