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KICK-ASS 2 Could Happen At Universal Pictures

May 9, 2012
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While not the biggest financial hit, “Kick-Ass” has such a cult following amongst comic book fans that Universal Pictures is in talks to bring a sequel to the big screen.

Matthew Vaughn, who directed the first film that starred Aaron Johnson as an everyday teen who dressed up as a superhero and went out to fight crime, only to discover it was harder than he could ever imagined, is in talks with Universal to do a sequel. The first film was done at Lionsgate but they opted not to pursue more pictures.

The original cast of Aaron Johnson (Kick-Ass), Chloe Moretz (Hit Girl) and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Red Mist) are all expected to return. The movie is aiming for a September shoot. For more on the story, here's AMC's John Campea.

Source: THR

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