Chloe Grace Moretz recently admitted that she would not be up for a Kick-Ass 3 should the opportunity arise. At the recent Provincetown Film Festival, she explained that she “wished [‘Kick-Ass 2’] had been handled in a little bit of a different way.”
“I love the franchise, I think the first movie was really, really special. I wish the second one had been handled in a little bit of a different way. Because I think we were all kind of looking forward to something a little different than what happened with it all. As much as I love the character of Hit-Girl, I think she lives and survives in ‘Kick-Ass,’ and I kind of want to keep her there. I kinda wanna keep everyone’s mind in ‘Kick-Ass.’ So I don’t think there will be a ‘Kick-Ass 3,’ at least I don’t think with Hit-Girl in it.”
The film was based on the Marvel comic of the same name and starred a young Moretz as the main character Hit-Girl. While the first film did well and pulled in around $100 million worldwide, the second film did not manage to bring in the same kind of interest.
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However, director Matthew Vaughn might be moving ahead with the project without her. Vaughn recently explained that he was not only planning a reboot, but that he was thinking about making a Hit-Girl solo film as well. It’s possible that it will end up being an origin story or will take place at a different point in time, which could possibly get around not having Moretz in the film.
Moretz will next up be starring in Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria. The 21-year-old was recently at the Provincetown festival to receive the festival’s Next Wave Award. She gave an hour-long panel conversation which was moderated by the Sundance Film Festival Director John Cooper. She discussed a variety of things about her career, which has included working with directors such as Martin Scorsese, Tim Burton, Olivier Assayas, and Kimberly Peirce.
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