The latest Kick-Ass 2 trailer, which was shown at Comic-Con, has been released. It might also be the longest trailer that’s ever existed, clocking in at over four-minutes long. Plus, Aaron Taylor-Johnson may be in Avengers 2.
Kick-Ass 2 has had a great presence at Comic-Con, and now the studio has released an epic trailer to go along with the actors showing up to this year’s biggest comic gathering.
The trailer does include some footage we’ve seen previously, but it also has some new footage with Chloe Moretz shooting Aaron Taylor-Johnson, which is hilarious. Check out the new trailer below, but beware of bad language and limb amputations, ect…:
Rumors came in today from Comic-Con that Aaron Taylor-Johnson would be playing Quicksilver in The Avengers 2, which wasn’t exactly shocking, but when asked about his involvement, Aaron said: “I don’t think I can talk about that, but it really is an exciting prospect.”
Then he went on to talk about how his wife recently picked up a vintage comic-book which showed the first time Quicksilver was on a cover. We can’t say for sure, but when actors involved with Marvel films say “I can’t talk about that,” it usually means they’ve already signed up for one of Marvel’s nine-picture deals.
Which usually involves snipers (Hawkeye) following the actor’s every move, waiting to execute them on Marvel’s president of production, Kevin Feige’s, command. Check back this weekend, as The Avengers 2 cast should be at Marvel’s Comic-Con panel, and he may be revealed during said panel.
Kick-Ass 2 is directed by Jeff Wadlow and stars Moretz, Jim Carrey (as Colonel Stars and Stripes), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass himself), and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (The Mother F***er).
Kick-Ass 2’s release date is August 16, 2013. Hit Girl was obviously one of the biggest thrills of the original Kick-Ass, so we’re looking forward to seeing the character back in action for Kick-Ass 2.
What we’re most sad about is that Big Daddy, Nick Cage, won’t be in the sequel. But now we have Jim Carrey, who can’t support the film’s violence – that counts for something, right?