New Kick-Ass TV Spot

Published 4 years ago by , Updated March 27th, 2010 at 11:48 am,

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Everybody at Screen Rant who has already seen Kick-Ass is raving about how great it is. North America will have to wait another agonizing three weeks for the movie’s April 16th release date (it’s already out in the UK). All signs point to awesome with each TV spot, trailer and poster. Now, thanks to First Showing we’ve got another one for you and it continues the trend.

British filmmaker Matthew Vaughn has brought this film to life through his own financing and creative process. I don’t know what it is about British comedy that is so endearing and creates humor that almost everybody can enjoy, but makes me want to move to England.

Anyway, I’ll shut up now and present the latest TV spot for Kick-Ass:

As much as the Kick-Ass character looks cool, the real stars of the movie look to be the supporting characters, specifically Hit Girl and Red Mist. What do you think? Share your comments below.

Kick-Ass puts said body part in seats April 16, 2010.

Source: First Showing

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  1. excited is not a big enough word to describe how I feel about this move.

    3 agonizing weeks ?
    I concur.

  2. I have to admit,the more that I see of this movie,the lamer it looks.

    I was kinda looking forward to it,but now,I really don't care if I catch it a the theater or now.Chances are,I'll probably wait for it on DVD.

  3. “The world will have to wait another agonizing three weeks for the movie’s April 16th release date.”

    The world excluding the UK. ;)

  4. typical American thought process.

  5. You guys aren't the only ones, anyone who's ever been part of the old empire likes to think we don't exist anymore.

  6. hit girl is gonna be awesome, glad we dont have to wait anymore here in Ireland unlike the US, and thats not something we can say everyday

  7. Saw Kick Ass last night (finally some benefit of being a movie goer in the UK) and it Kicks Ass. I though Nicholas Cage was very good (might surprise a few people that) and him in the warehouse was my favourite scene. Got to add that I thought the soundtrack in the film was superb, from Prodigy to John Murphy to the theme from a Few Dollars More