'Kick-Ass 2' Gains Morris Chestnut And Robert Emms

This is a great time for "Kick-Ass 2." In addition to finally getting a release date, the superhero sequel has also gained two more actors to its cast.

As the film's production start date comes closer and closer, the casting news for "Kick-Ass 2" has been coming hot and heavy. Deadline is reporting that "War Horse" star Robert Emms and "American Horror Story's" Morris Chestnut have come on board the project in two major roles. In fact, Chestnut could be replacing the character previously played by Omari Hardwick in 2010's "Kick-Ass."

At the end of "Kick-Ass," we discover that Chloe Moretz's characted Hit-Girl has been placed in the custody of her father's former partner, Marcus Williams (Hardwick). But now Deadline is reporting that Chestnut is playing "the guardian for the young butt kicker played by Chloe Moretz." Could it be that Chestnut is playing Marcus Williams instead of Hardwick? Or
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