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April 16, 2010

Geek Out!: 'Kick-Ass' cast plays 'Kiss, marry, kill'

Posted: 11:51 AM ET

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Whenever iReporters ask questions of celebrities, expect the unexpected.

So, when the opportunity came to share a video question for the cast of the long-awaited (by fanboys and girls, anyway) "Kick-Ass," out in theatres today, based on the graphic novel of the same name, iReporters Eric Jarrard, Heather Moose and Stefanie Fontanez laid down a challenge: "Kiss, marry or kill."

Stars Aaron Johnson and Christopher Mintz-Plasse accepted the challenge before them. See their answers, plus their career advice for other actors, on the video above. (Also, check out what iReporters had to say about the movie here and here.

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Sency   April 16th, 2010 10:28 pm ET

didn't know others played this marry game

http://www.sency.com/marry-game.htm


Dave   April 19th, 2010 3:48 pm ET

Its not really Kiss Marry Kill, its F__ Marry Kill !


TAMMY!   April 21st, 2010 1:25 am ET

That movie looks so gay


What Star Wars Means T o Me.   April 28th, 2010 11:20 am ET

The Year was 1977 my best friend Lance rang my Doorbell and when I answered he stood there out of breath. "What's wrong with you?
You.......Got.........To......... Come........With.......Me. At that moment I thought that someone had died or something. "Get 5 bucks from your mom, you've got to see this. We went to the local theatre and paid for the ticket and sat down. " What is it man I asked sweating from all the running we did to catch the 1:30 show. The lights went out and the words appeared on the screen. "Man what is this crap? "Just wait. I reluctantly read the words and rolled my eyes. The Star destroyer appeared on the screen..... and my mouth dropped to the floor. Needless to say I was hooked. W saw that movie at least 500 times that summer. That was STAR WARS. The Summers went by and the 70s turned into the 80s then news came of the new Movie The Empire Strikes Back. Back then there were no all day cinemas. The theatres were only open at night and on weekends. School ended at 3:00p.m. and we sat in front of the theatre until the 7:00pm show. As the opening credit rolled it was like a roller coaster ride. Andwhen we saw Yoda for the first time it was like......woh! look at that thing. That summer we saw that film at least 150 times. by the 20th time the theatre manager just let us in because of our enthusiasm. As a black person Lando made me feel that anything was possible.. that line "Why you double crossing no good swindler is to me like the famous line in A New Hope... that's not a moon....it's a space station. I consider myself a Star Wars Fanatic and Expert. I own all the box set....all of them. I anxiously awit the Blu Ray release... Come on Lucas ...... Stop dragging your feet. Yes I'm going on and on about Star wars again but that's just how good it is. When I recently saw Avatar it took me back to the theatre in the summer of 77. Thank you for reading..


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