It may not have been the most successful movie in the world, but there's certainly enough interest in Kick Ass 2 to launch a modest video game, I'm sure.
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The creators of Kick-Ass 2 have something to say about where it all came from and what it all means.
A Summer full of superheroes, eh? Wait until you get a load of this...
After increasingly delayed issues, poor performance on the UK news stand it was intended for, and a disappearance from Titan's online promotion efforts, Bleeding Cool had been asking Titan Comics if Mark Miller's CLiNT magazine was to be cancelled after it's upcoming Film Special issue. We kept getting no comments, or changed conversations. Today, Titan […]
During one of her Kick-Ass 2 promotional interviews, Chloe Grace Moretz has talked a little about an uncredited rewrite for the film that focused specifically on her character.
Age old expectations of how performances are created for cinema were ignored for Kick-Ass 2. Jeff Wadlow and Christopher Mintz-Plasse told me how and why.
Kick Ass, Hit Girl, Kick Ass 2 and Kick Ass 3. That's the entirety of the Kick Ass canon, by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. But there was always a mystery fifth volume… Looks like it's Hit Girl: Origins. Oh, you thought you may have seen the origins of Hit Girl in Kick Ass, […]
Jeff Wadlow is "deep" into X-Force and he told me what he was allowed to about the work in progress.
Earlier this afternoon I trudged through the London rain and met up with Aaron Taylor-Johnson, a young man I last saw in the altogether sunnier climes of the San Diego Comic-Con.
The writer, and possibly director, of the upcoming X-Force movie gives a straight answer then another that sounds a little cagey.
As premiered at Comic-Con in the last hour or so, here's an extended trailer for Kick-Ass 2. It's kind of rude, so send Grandma into the next room for a few moments. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nje6dcArZrI[/youtube] Here at Con, on the big screen, that looked better than any of the other Kick-Ass 2 footage to date – slicker, […]
Live from SDCC Hall H via Brendon Connelly, here's the latest on Kick Ass 2:
As illustrated by this clip from Kick-Ass 2, The Motherf***er is on Twitter.
I'm hoping Kick-Ass 2 is a smart and sharp satire and not just Battle of the Cosplayers. These videos hint, just a little, that I may get my wish.
Elizabeth Herman writes; There's an old joke that every comic book fan knows exactly what Fredric Wertham's Seduction of the Innocent is about, despite not one person ever actually reading it. The 1954 Senate Subcommittee for Childhood Delinquency trials that resulted from the book's publication marked a time that changed the entire nature of the […]
Comments from Jim Carrey and Mark Millar's response. As we draw in on the release date for Kick-Ass 2, the film's distributors, marketing teams and PRs will be starting to make plans for promotions and press junkets. Unfortunately for them, it doesn't look like they'll be able to count on their biggest marquee name to take part. […]
It was rather unexpected when this debate kicked off tonight, and in such a public arena too, but this definitely a discussion worth having.
Jim Carrey has had "a change of heart" over Kick-Ass 2 and the violent scenes within.
Brontë Tierney, a nineteen year old from Scotland wrote a song about Hit Girl, filmed herself playing it, and uploaded it to YouTube. She sent a link to Mark Millar.
Colour coded for your convenience. A bit like the Power Rangers. Ninja Turtles. Or Reservoir Dogs.