This week, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Chloe Moretz don capes and codpieces as a pair of foul-mouthed, gun-toting superheroes in Kick-Ass, a movie New York's David Edelstein says is a "compendium of all sleazy things, and it sings like a siren to our inner Tarantinos." Luckily, fans of the pair won't have to wait until Kick-Ass 2 to see them together onscreen again. When we spoke to Mintz-Plasse for a piece in the current issue of the magazine, he told us he also teamed up with Moretz for a segment of the upcoming anthology movie Untitled Comedy, which will feature contributions from Brett Ratner, Bob Odenkirk, and the Farrelly brothers, among others. "You know those movies like New York, I Love You, with those vignettes? The Farrelly brothers are doing that, but it's twenty comedic shorts," says Mintz-Plasse. "I got to work with Chloe in the same one. Elizabeth Banks directed it."
In one vignette, as you may have heard, Hugh Jackman will play a guy whose testicles dangle from his chin. By contrast, Mintz-Plasse and Moretz's short will be a touching coming-of-age story. Explains Mintz-Plasse: "It's about the first time a 12-year-old girl gets her period and she's with three gross guys. None of them know what to do, because none of them have ever been around a period stain before. It's just very dirty and silly and stupid and lots of fun."