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3 New Images from KICK-ASS 2 Show off Hit-Girl and “Justice Forever” Headquarters
The first photos emerged Monday of Chloe Grace Moretz on the set of "Kick Ass 2," the sequel to the superhero film that turned her into a star at the ripe old age of Now 15, Moretz is returning to play the controversial character of Hit Girl — a precocious young vigilante who tossed out profanity-laced one-liners and Ninja stars with equal aplomb. One scene in the original "Kick-Ass" unleashed an avalanche of criticism in England over Moretz's use of a shocking slang term for a female body part before slashing her way through of a pack of drug dealers. Right when they say 'Cut! I'm laughing, I'm playing.
Chloë Grace Moretz Isn’t Interested in ‘Kick-Ass 3’ After the Way ‘Kick-Ass 2’ Was Handled
The new Kick-Ass Patience Lee is no longer the new girl on the block - she's the new girl who owns the block. In this week's Kick-Ass 7 from the new creative team of writer Steve Niles and artist Marcelo Frusin, Patience's amassing army in New Mexico will be beset by a competing crimelord as well as a scarred archnemesis from Patience's past. Newsarama spoke with Niles and Frusin about their upcoming arc, continuing Patience's journey, and picking up from Millar and Romita.
By Robbie Collin, Film Critic. To call your film Kick-Ass is to work on the assumption that your audience is excited by the prospect of having their asses metaphorically kicked. Maybe cinema really does have a copycat violence problem. Three years have passed since the events of Kick-Ass, and year-old Dave Lizewski, played by the conspicuously year-old Aaron Taylor-Johnson, has hung up his turquoise and yellow battle suit. Marvel's blockbuster mastermind.