Chloe Grace Moretz: Another Kick-Ass Movie Is Doubtful

Chloe Grace Moretz: Another Kick-Ass Movie Is Doubtful

It appears that fans of teenage superhero movies are unlikely to get their wish of a third Kick-Ass movie, at least according to one of the co-stars of the first two Kick-Ass films, Chloë Grace Moretz, who says she would love to do another one, but doesn’t see it happening.

Moretz played Mindy Macready/Hit-Girl in Kick-Ass and Kick-Ass 2, sharing the spotlight with Aaron Taylor-Johnson.  The first movie grossed close to $50 million, while the sequel grossed nearly $30 million.  On the topic of a third flick in the saga, Moretz said “You know, I hope, I wish,” adding “That’s be fun. That’d be great.”

However, Moretz also said she doesn’t see it happening, blaming movie piracy.  Moretz says Kick-Ass 2 was the second most pirated movie last year, which could account in the $20 million gap in revenue between the first and second movie, despite the sequel being well received by fans.

Moretz tells fans, “if you want a movie to be made into a second, a third, a fourth and a fifth, go buy a ticket. Don’t pirate it.”  So unless Moretz is proven wrong, it doesn’t appear that Kick-Ass 3 is in the cards.

As for Moretz, she’s in the midst of a banner year in 2014, including her latest movie, If I Stay, which hits theaters in August.

Are you disappointed that there won’t be a Kick-Ass 3?  What do you think of Moretz saying piracy is to blame?  Let us know below.

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