Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Chloe Moretz return as Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl in this superhero sequel directed by Jeff Wadlow, in theaters August 16th.
These infamous vigilantes will leave their mark on a superhero-crowded summer this August.
Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl go to battle inside The Mother-F---er's lair in this scene from director Jeff Wadlow's sequel.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson returns as the title character, who joins the superhero group Justice Forever, lead by the enigmatic Colonel Stars and Stripes.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson returns as the title character in this superhero sequel from director Jeff Wadlow, opening in theaters August 16.
Christopher Mintz-Plasse's character has transformed from the Red Mist into this vulgar villain in director Jeff Wadlow's superhero sequel.
Take a look at how Hit-Girl reacts to her first public school experience in this age-restricted video for Jeff Wadlow's sequel.
Chloe Moretz is back as the ass-kicking teenager who has to deal with high school bullies in director Jeff Wadlow's superhero sequel.
Hit Girl follows her destiny, while Colonel Stars and Stripes bashes in heads with a baseball bat in this latest look at the superhero sequel.
The comic book creators play members of Kick-Ass' Justice Forever and The Mother F---er's The Toxic Mega C---s in this superhero sequel.
Kick-Ass, Hit-Girl, The Mother F--ker, Night Bitch, Mother Russia, and Black Death are featured on these one-sheets for the superhero sequel.
Jim Carrey, Chloe Moretz and Aaron Johnson team-up to take down Christopher Mintz-Plasse in this anticipated sequel.
Jim Carrey, Aaron Johnson and Chloe Moretz join the superhero team Justice Forever in this hyper-violent sequel, in theaters this August.
Comic book creator Mark Millar reveals that he wants to end the franchise with a realistic superhero story.
Mark Millar describes this sequel as The Empire Strikes Back of DIY vigilante carnage.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson returns as Kick-Ass in this vigilante-as-hero sequel from director Jeff Wadlow, in theaters this June.
This trio of young stars are pictured in costume during a break on the set of director Jeff Wadlow's superhero sequel.
The creator of the hit comic book series said that director Jeff Wadlow's follow-up is a nearly perfect movie.
Christopher Mintz-Plasse's The Mother F--k-r is set to use this skull and machine gun logo for his group of nefarious super villains.