One would reasonably expect that a movie called Kick-Ass is not seeking to go in line with certain social graces. And the first trailer for the film featured a good deal of swearing, blood, and other things to make Helen Lovejoy throw up her hands and cry for someone to think of the children. Well, now parents don’t have to worry about the promotional material for Kick-Ass 2 corrupting their darlings, because a green band trailer has been released. | Full Story
Jim Carrey has clowned around many sets with his humor, but with his new role in Kick Ass 2, he’s slated to be on the more serious side as he teams with the misfit superheroes. The film is currently shooting and new pictures featuring the comedic actor has hit the internet. In the new pictures, Carrey is seen looking fierce in his army commando gear and apparently ready for battle. | Full Story
Kick-Ass 2 is currently being filmed and new images of Donald Faison as Doctor Gravity, Clark Duke As Battle Guy, and Chloe Moretz As Hit Girl as hit girl has hit the internet.
In the sequel to 2010′s Kick-Ass, Faison’s Dr. Gravity will be joining other returning stars Aaron Johnson, Chloe Moretz, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Nicolas Cage and John Leguizamo.
Doctor Gravity is a superhero inspired by Kick-Ass. Doctor Gravity is an English major who highlights as a superhero by night, working with Kick-Ass and Justice Forever. | Full Story
A few weeks ago, rumors hit the internet of Jim Carrey possibly joining the cast of Kick Ass 2: Balls to the Wall. Now, it seems as though all the talk may come into fruition.
Although not officially confirmed by the studio, director Jeff Wadlow posted a tweet hinting that he has “officially” cast Carrey for a role in Kick Ass 2. In the tweet over this past weekend, Wadlow stated that Kick Ass 2 has found its Colonel and added a familiar Jim Carrey quote along with message. | Full Story
After months of uncertainty whether Kick Ass 2: Balls To The Wall was every going to go into production, Deadline has just revealed that universal has stepped in to finance the film.
The big question was surrounded around if the original cast will be returning for the second edition. Rumors suggested that Kick Ass lead Aaron Johnson may not return and the production team has lined up possible replacements. Though, that turned out not to be true, these rumors may have been caused by the fact that none of the original actors had sequel deals in place. | Full Story
Christopher Mintz-Plasse has been picked to play the lead of CBS’ new comedy pilot Friend Me.
The show is based on best friends Evan (Mintz-Plasse) and Rob (Nicholas Braun). The duo, who are in their 20s, move to Los Angeles from their hometown of Bloomington, Indiana to begin their new lives working at Groupon.
The actor was the first choice for the project produced by CBS. Mintz-Plasse is currently shooting a CBS Films’ comedy Get A Job where he also plays alongside Braun. | Full Story