The school mates for X-Men First Class continue to fill up desks. The film is the product of Kick-Ass team of writer-director Matthew Vaughn (“Layer Cake“) and screenwriter Jane Goldman. Cast so far: Charles Xavier (Professor X): James McAvoy (“Wanted”) Eric Lensherr (Magneto): Michael Fassbender (“Inglourious Basterds”) Emma Frost: Alice Eve (“She’s Out Of My League”) Hank McCoy (Bea...[Read More]
Maple Pictures (Lionsgate) have announced the home entertainment release of the comic-to-film adaptation known as KICK-ASS . This news is kick ass as I loved the film in theatre and have been wanting to see it a few more times.
Kick-Ass continues to build momentum within the online community. Thankfully, Lionsgate keeps thrown us some scraps to feed on. The second trailer is here.
I have to admit that when I first saw the footage and concept art from the comic-book adaptation Kick-Ass I was a little skeptical about how this movie would play out. The more footage I see from this film the more I can’t wait to get my ass into a theatre to see it. Tell me if you don’t feel the same after watching this red band trailer for Hit Girl.
Normally we avoid the cussing here on Eye Crave Network, but when the title has what some would consider a cuss how to do you avoid it? This time you don’t because the Kick-Ass, well, kicks ass.
Empire Online recently spoke with comic-book writer Mark Millar about his pitch for a Superman movie opus. Millar also appens to be not only responsible for the graphic novel Wanted, but also the Kick-Ass comic-book series, which is also getting a big screen adaptation.