The first ‘Kick-Ass’ came out back in 2010 and since then, star Chloe Moretz has done some growing up. After her breakout role as Hit-Girl opposite Aaron Johnson’s teenage hero, she’s gone on to land bigger roles in films like ‘Let Me In’, ‘Hugo’, ‘Dark Shadows’, and the upcoming remake of ‘Carrie’. Now, the time for ‘Kick-Ass 2’ is almost here and we’ll see the young actress reprise the role that got people talking about her in the first place. But did Hit-Girl grow as much as Moretz has since we’ve last seen her? Apparently so!

In an interview with Moretz, Press Association discovered that little Mindy will be doing more than just beating the crap out of random henchmen in ‘Kick-Ass 2’ According to the actress herself, the character will be getting romantically involved with someone in Jeff Wadlow’s film. Check out the hints she drops in the quote below:

“There’s going to get a bit more romance, a much more grown up Mindy Macready. Someone who’s questioning themself and whether they are a villain, assassin or a vigilante and a hero. So there’s a lot of tormented inner self, it’s interesting.

It’s been amazing revising the character and showing her more grown up and more adult and more put together. It’s been a lot of fun.”

Immediately, one would think that Dave Lizewski (the secret identity of Kick-Ass, for those of you keeping score at home) could be the object of her affections, but I feel like that would be too obvious. Also, a little weird. My guess is that she may fancy Red Mist and the two of them have a little forbidden romance going. If that actually happened, things would eventually have to come to blows when Red Mist turns into The Mother Fucker and forms the Toxic Mega-cunts to combat Kick-Ass and his Justice Forever group, lead by Jim Carrey’s Colonel Stars And Stripes.

Who do you think Hit-Girl will be canoodling in ‘Kick-Ass 2’? Share your theories in the comments below!

‘Kick-Ass 2’ starring Aaron Johnson, Chloe Moretz, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and Nicolas Cage hits theaters on June 28th, 2013.