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Moretz: Bugatti for Kick-Ass 3?

Chloe Grace Moretz has hinted she would like to upgrade to a purple Bugatti for Kick-Ass 3.

The 16-year-old, who has reprised her role as teenager Mindy Macready and her potty-mouthed, nunchuk-wielding Hit-Girl alter-ego in Kick-Ass 2, got a purple Ducati motorbike in the sequel after expressing her desire when doing interviews.

"It was cool. I didn't get to ride it but I got to look at it a couple of times. In the movie, it's fun. It's nice to have something cool like that for the character," she said.

She joked about getting a flashy car for the third film if Matthew Vaughn, who directed the first film and produced the follow-up, was to return to the director's chair.

"We could get a purple Bugatti? Maybe that could happen? Matthew, you want to do that one?" she said.

Chloe, who revealed it was "fun" reuniting with co-stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Christopher Mintz-Plasse, said she would like to see her character explore her darker side in the third instalment of Mark Millar's comic-book series.

"I want to see something we haven't seen yet. Now we've seen who Mindy is, now we've seen who Hit-Girl is, I think we need to meld the characters together and have Mindy become Hit-Girl and Hit-Girl become Mindy," she said.

"Maybe her natural hair has a streak of purple in it, maybe she really does go kind of crazy and go a bit darker since she lost her father."

She added: "I would only do the third one if it was logical. It needs to be a good script and a director, probably Matthew. The third film needs to fully wrap up the series and has to be a good note to end on."

:: Kick-Ass 2 is in cinemas now.

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