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Potential Spoilers Ahead!

Kick-Ass presented moviegoers with a very different kind of superhero story. The 2010 film – which starred Aaron Taylor-Johnson as the titular hero – aimed to address the question of what would happen if an average, everyday teen were to actually go moonlighting as a crime-fighting vigilante.

A sequel is on the way this summer, and now, Kick-Ass comic book writer Mark Millar – who’s also busy overseeing Fox’s shared Marvel movie universe – reveals just how committed the series is to portraying the realistic (and inherently violent) repercussions of being a superhero.

According to SFX, Millar said that a third film is being planned but that it would conclude the main character’s arc in a way that may surprise fans used to the endless adventures of other comic book ...

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