After reading Kick-Ass 2, it was on baited breath that we waited for the Kick-Ass 2 movie trailer to come out. While no one agreed with all of the changes made to the original Kick-Ass, Matthew Vaughn did a great job working alongside the source material. How do you take something like Kick-Ass and make it more profane and obscene than having a little girl spewing explatives? Kick-Ass 2 plans on doing so with even worse language and a horde of new costumed vigilantes.
This first trailer gives a peek at Jim Carrey in action as Colonel Stars and Stripes as well as his “wonderful pet”. We also get a glimpse as Red Myst reinvents himself with a very un-PG new name. Fans of the comic will especially enjoy the fan service being played out referencing some of the comics most memorable scenes already.
Remember, since this is a Red Band trailer, discretion is advised! Check out Kick-Ass 2 after the jump.
The Definition of “Geek Chic.” Comic books, sci-fi movies, Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, Lord of the Rings and more all rolled up in a Diesel wearing, club going socialite package. Having worked in both advertising and television, John is a lifetime writer always being a part of the creative process. John knows the television world between his experience on being involved with the production process of over two hundred episodes of prime time tv and being a self admitted media whore.
Yes he has a weakness for trash tv, Michael Bay-esque action movies and the raunchy teen comedy as well. Never try to debate the Original Star Wars Trilogy versus Star Trek with him because the Holy Trilogy always comes out on top. Having partied with movie stars to Playboy centerfolds, John is somehow always able to find someone’s inner geek.
The simplest rules that John lives by is to have fun and doing what makes him happy. There’s no shame in being a geek. Play Halo, read Spider-Man and proudly display the whole series of Neon Genesis: Evangelion on your DVD rack. And most importantly, make sure to read his weekly comic book pull list reviews at The Flickcast.