The actress that gave life to the unforgettable Hit-Girl in ‘Kick-Ass’, Chloe Grace Moretz, refused in resounding to return to the franchise.
Recently it was revealed that Matthew Vaughn I was in the process of setting up a new studio and I was planning on planning a new movie ‘Kick-Ass‘ along with a possible spin-off starring Hit-Girl solo and focused on a Mindy Macready more ancient. Or, perhaps, a flashback to her in the younger years growing up under the tutelage of Big Daddy. This is something that you could have read on our website. Matthew Vaughn did not specify if he would return to do a casting new Hit-Girl or not, but if I was thinking of doing that Chloe Grace Moretz to return to the franchise to play the character… Oh, oh! We have bad news, Matthew!
The statements of Chloe Grace Moretz explaining why you do not want to return to the franchise of ‘Kick-Ass’ by the fault of the second film and despite the interest of Matthew Vaughn to continue the saga
While talking on the Film Festival Provicentownas collected from Indiewirethe protagonist of ‘Suspiria‘ he said that she had no interest in returning to the role after of “how they handled the sequel to Kick-Ass and it criticized was the movie”.
In the words of Chloe Grace Moretz: “I love the franchise and I think that the first movie was really special. I wish the second would have been handled in a way somewhat different, because I think we were all expecting something different from what we finally had. As much as I love the character of Hit-Girl, I think that she lives and survives in ‘Kick-Ass’ and I want to keep it that way. I want to keep them in my mind, so I don’t think there’s a ‘Kick-Ass 3’ or, at least, I don’t think that you have Hit-Girl in that movie“.