"There is a real subculture of genuine heroes, that bridge the gap between the fantastic and the practical," said Kutcher about the documentary, giving 'special thanks' to the 'Xtreme Justice League', 'Mr. Extreme', 'Urban Avenger', 'Grim' and 'Divine Force' :
"...Kutcher takes a look into the lives of the 'Xtreme Justice League', real-life people in San Diego's 'Gaslamp' District.
"They walk the beat as self-proclaimed 'crime-fighting activists' eager to protect people from evildoers and injustice..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek the "Real Life Superhero Project"...
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