He then starred in Harold Ramis's film Year One, as a comedic version of the biblical figure Isaac.
The next year, he voiced Fishlegs in the animated film How to Train Your Dragon.
In April 2010, he appeared in Kick-Ass as the superhero Red Mist, a.k.a.
Sometime last year, a handful of his fans posted a series of hateful and judgemental comments about Morgana and Hunnam was not only valiant, but he was quite polite in his rebuke, anyone who lashed back after that would have looked like a total ‘creep’.
He posted this and other insightful stuff on a Facebook fan page,’She is an intelligent, beautiful, kind person, who just tried to live a simple life and has nothing to do with the entertainment industry.’ He added that he was confused by the negative and unprovoked attacks from people who call themselves some his fans.
As a promotion for the video game Far Cry 3, he starred in The Far Cry Experience, a series of online videos, as a fictional version of himself trapped on an island controlled by a psychopathic pirate named Vaas.
He and his Kick-Ass co-star Chloë Grace Moretz starred in a short segment, "Middle School Date", in the film Movie 43.
Chris D'Amico, which was planned to be a minor role until director Matthew Vaughn saw Mintz-Plasse audition and his capabilities.
Mintz-Plasse originally auditioned for the role of Kick-Ass, but when the producers believed that his acting was too loud and obnoxious they immediately gave him the role of Red Mist instead.
He then starred in a short film, "Would You", written by his Fright Night co-star Dave Franco and premiered at the SXSW Film Festival.
Mintz-Plasse was supposed to play the lead role in the CBS sitcom Friend Me and even filmed several episodes, but before the series could air, it was cancelled after series creator Alan Kirschenbaum killed himself.
He had one or two things to say about the experience.’ First time I was ever in Vegas I got married, which didn’t turn out that well, we thought, ‘What if we never see each other again?