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Kick-Ass 2 (14-Aug-2013)

Director: Jeff Wadlow

Writer: Jeff Wadlow

From comic book by: Mark Millar and John S. Romita, Jr.

Music: Henry Jackman; Matthew Margeson

Producers: Adam Bohling; Tarquin Pack; Brad Pitt; David Reid; Matthew Vaughn

Keywords: Action/Comedy, Superheroes, Comic Book

Sequel to 2010's everyman comic-book hero romp follows the continuing adventures of Dave Lizewski as he returns to his superhero career and gears up for a new fight.

Sequel to Kick-Ass (2010). Picking up from where Kick-Ass left off, Dave Lizewski of Staten Island decides to return to his career as "Kick-Ass", banding together with a cadre of good-guy vigilantes as they square off against Chris D'Amico, a villain referring to himself as "The Motherfucker" who seeks to exact revenge on Lizewski for the death of his father.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lindy Booth
2-Apr-1979   Claudia on Relic Hunter
Yancy Butler
2-Jul-1970   Witchblade
Jim Carrey
17-Jan-1962   Rubber-faced fartsmith
Morris Chestnut
1-Jan-1969   Two Can Play That Game
Donald Faison
22-Jun-1974   Dr. Christopher Turk on Scrubs
Lyndsy Fonseca
7-Jan-1987   Alex on Nikita
Iain Glen
24-Jun-1961   Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Aaron Johnson
13-Jun-1990   Kick-Ass
John Leguizamo
22-Jul-1964   House of Buggin'
Chuck Liddell
Martial Arts
17-Dec-1969   The Iceman, UFC fighter
Christopher Mintz-Plasse
20-Jun-1989   Superbad
Chloe Moretz
10-Feb-1997   Diary of a Wimpy Kid


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