Early Word On Jeff Wadlow's KICK-ASS 2 Screenplay Is VERY Positive

Early Word On Jeff Wadlow's KICK-ASS 2 Screenplay Is VERY Positive

Our friends over at Latino Review have managed to get their hands on Jeff Wadlow's Kick-Ass 2 screenplay and while there are a few alterations from the Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. comic book series, it sounds as if it still stays very true to the source material. Read on for details!

Filming of Kick-Ass 2 is now well underway, and while the titbits we've seen and heard from the set have all been met with a positive reaction from fans, some are still unsure about whether Jeff Wadlow's vision for the sequel will match that of Matthew Vaughn's 2010 movie. Well, if Latino Review's "Da7e" analysis is anything to go by, then it seems the follow-up is in very capable hands! Despite the removal of some of the violent content featured in Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s comic book series' - both Hit-Girl and Kick-Ass 2 - the writer and director has stayed true to the tone of the comics while also altering a few core elements to make its translation to the big screen all the more effective.



Perhaps most interesting is the decision to remove the final battle sequence in 'Times Square', although it certainly doesn't sound as if this negatively impacts the story in any way (however, the budget more than likely played a role in this decision too). Be sure to click on the link below to read more of Latino Review's thoughts on the Kick-Ass 2 screenplay and feel free to sound off wih your thoughts on this news in the usual place.

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Josh Wilding
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Filed Under "Kick-Ass" 9/18/2012 Source: Latino Review
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