More details on the plot of Kick-Ass 2 have surfaced
Anyone out there ready for KICK-ASS 2: BALLS TO THE WALL?
Jeff Wadlow is serving as director and screenwriter on the sequel to the film. His take is a little more emotionally charged than that of Matthew Vaughn's. This is what he had to say about his approach:
"I think the most important thing that’s gonna change from the Kick-Ass 2 comic to Kick-Ass 2 the movie was just really finding an emotional story to tell. Because what I certainly loved about the first film, and what I think elevated it above most comic book adaptations, is the heart and the emotion in the film. It was sort of my challenge as the film maker and storyteller to find something as emotional in the second film and I think we have some stuff that people are gonna really respond to."
Now more concrete details are coming out about the second installment, according to Moviehole. Aaron Johnson, Chloe Mortez and Christopher Mintz-Plasse are expected to return to the sequel. Also, we will get to see more from Dave's dad, who is played by Garrett M.Brown.
What else is in store for you? Possible spoilers, so if you don't want to risk it, move along.
"Someone’s discovered the hero’s identity’ territory with both Dave and Mindy being find out. It adds an exciting, and somewhat amusing twist to proceedings. Dave’s identity as ‘Kick-Ass’ is only really revealed to the one extra person, but it’s someone important. And it has repercussions. Hit-Girl’s identity is also widely known by this point – and it evokes much nasty yabbering behind Mindy’s back by her schoolmates (she’s nicknamed “Captain Muffin-Muncher”). The worst of the mean girls, Brooke, is your typical prissy jock-marrying wannabe who controls the thoughts and feelings of her teenage followers and disciples (including innocent young Lois, whom ultimately forms a bond with Mindy). But ‘Hit-Girl’, never one to shy away from a confrontation and seemingly always equipped with the perfect weapon of self defense, gets Brooke and her bitch gang back in… let’s say, rather spectacular fashion. It involves gadgetry, projectile vomiting and much begging. There will be so much cheering in the cinema!
Man, the image of Chloe Mortez in the above scene sounds awesome. I'm ready for more of the pint sized foul mouthed crime fighter.
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