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Four television spots for Kick-Ass 2 containing new footage and dialogue

07.17.2013
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Kick-Ass 2

KICK-ASS 2 is a little more than a month away from being released, which means there's going to be plenty of new trailers, clips, posters, etc. for the upcoming film in the next few weeks. Four new television spots for KICK-ASS 2 have started to air, and you can check out all four spots below. Most of the footage is stuff we have seen before, but there is some new dialogue and scenes from the film.

I'm not sure if KICK-ASS 2 will be as much fun as the first one, but I'm willing to give it a shot. The new additions to the sequel (Jim Carrey, John Leguizamo, Donald Faison) are promising and although it probably won't get as dark as the comic does, KICK-ASS 2 should still be an awesomely violent, bloody blast.

KICK-ASS 2 hits theaters August 16th, 2013.

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6:53PM on 07/17/2013

Fingers Crossed they stay close to the book...

Holding out hope they stick to the comic. Love Kick Ass and have been reading it since day one. I loved the first film but they veered way off into Hollywood movie territory at the very end. Hoping this film maintains the tragically pathetic (albeit noble) heroism of the main character more this time.
Holding out hope they stick to the comic. Love Kick Ass and have been reading it since day one. I loved the first film but they veered way off into Hollywood movie territory at the very end. Hoping this film maintains the tragically pathetic (albeit noble) heroism of the main character more this time.
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5:57PM on 07/17/2013

Not going to be as ballsy as the first

This looks entertaining enough for me to give it a chance, but I'm bummed that I'm not getting the excitement I got from the first. It feels like your standard run of the mill, superhero film. In fact, the promo where hit girl says "this isn't a comic book" and describes accurately what a hero is kinda kills the disillusionment that these characters had in the first, which is what made Kick-Ass, Kick-Ass.

Shame. Anyone who knows me knows that I am a Kick-Ass fanatic.
This looks entertaining enough for me to give it a chance, but I'm bummed that I'm not getting the excitement I got from the first. It feels like your standard run of the mill, superhero film. In fact, the promo where hit girl says "this isn't a comic book" and describes accurately what a hero is kinda kills the disillusionment that these characters had in the first, which is what made Kick-Ass, Kick-Ass.

Shame. Anyone who knows me knows that I am a Kick-Ass fanatic.
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6:50PM on 07/17/2013
If you've read the comic (and if this film adhere's to it as closely as possible) they'll push the "ballsiness" to levels the first film and comic didn't even approach. The disillusionment in the second story is way more palpable because its mass groups of people now attempting and falling short of what a real superhero is. In fact, judging from the first issue of the third volume the disillusionment is so strong it's almost a psychological disorder for the character. Obviously I haven't seen
If you've read the comic (and if this film adhere's to it as closely as possible) they'll push the "ballsiness" to levels the first film and comic didn't even approach. The disillusionment in the second story is way more palpable because its mass groups of people now attempting and falling short of what a real superhero is. In fact, judging from the first issue of the third volume the disillusionment is so strong it's almost a psychological disorder for the character. Obviously I haven't seen the sequel though, so it's probably up in the air at this point.
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