New KICK-ASS 2 Plot And Cast Details Emerge!
Minor Spoilers! New details for the upcoming sequel of the much praised movie Kick-Ass have emerged online and you can read who will be reprising their roles and what you can expect from the movie after the jump!
According to MovieHole.net, the Jeff Wadlow-directed sequel has new plot details and casting news before it starts filming.
All of the core cast members that made the original Kick-Ass great are back so you can expect to see Aaron Johnson, Chloe Mortez and Christopher Mintz-Plasse back in action. They also confirm that the studio is in talks for Garrett M. Brown to reprise his role as Dave's father in the film and it is said that this time around he will have much more to do in the Kick-Ass sequel. The studio is also starting auditions for the role of Uncle Ralph -- the criminal guardian of Chris A.K.A Red Mist which is expected to be filled by an actor similar to Mark Strong so keep a look out for casting news on that.
The story will be similar to Superman 2 where someone finds out about the heroes' identities -- mostly Dave and Mindy. Dave's identity as "Kick-Ass" is only revealed to one important person and it is said to have repercussions. Hit-Girl's identity will be known by the general public and it gets her in to the awkward stage of society as it will cause a lot of people to make fun of her behind her back. Her problems cause her to be nicknamed "Captain Muffin-Muncher". However -- the worst of her problems will come from the highest of the anarchy of stuck-up girls -- Brooke who is said the be the usual prissy stuck-up bitch who has a gang of followers that she can control (think Mean Girls?) who also manages to gain control of Lois (who will ultimately form a bond with Mindy). Eventually, Hit-Girl will get revenge against the band of girls in a spectacular fashion that will involve gadgetry, projectile vomiting and a lot of begging. A lot of cheering in the cinema audience is to be expected from these scenes.
More Kick-Ass 2 details are expected to emerge in the next few weeks.