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Kick-Ass 2 (2013)

  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 17,878 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Comedy | Crime
  • Release Date: 16 August 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 103 min
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  • IMDb page: Kick-Ass 2 (2013)
  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 17,878 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Comedy | Crime
  • Release Date: 16 August 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 103 min
  • Filming Location: Pinewood Toronto Studios, Port Lands, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Gross: $18,153,135 (USA) (22 August 2013)
  • Director: Jeff Wadlow
  • Stars: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, ChloĆ« Grace Moretz, Christopher Mintz-Plasse | See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: Henry Jackman  Matthew Margeson   
  • Soundtrack: When the Saints Go Marching In
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | SDDS | DTS | Datasat
  • Plot Keyword: High School | Revenge | Vigilante | High School Student | Home Invasion

Writing Credits By:

  • Jeff Wadlow (screenplay)
  • Mark Millar (comic book) &
  • John Romita Jr. (comic book) (as John S. Romita Jr.)

Known Trivia

  • This is Jeff Wadlow’s first R-rated film.
  • The Statue of a child wearing an Army Helmet and holding a Grenade in the villain’s lair is titled “Boy Soldier” by British artist Schoony.
  • Jim Carrey’ bought his own props to look like the comic book version of Colonel Stars and Stripes.
  • The lines “Try to have fun, otherwise, what’s the point?” and “Yeah, there’s a dog on your balls!” were both improvised by Jim Carrey.
  • Evan Peters was unable to reprise his role as Todd Haynes because of scheduling conflicts with American Horror Story.
  • During the Flashback during the funeral, you can see the name Mark Millar on top of the poster. Mark Millar is the author of the Kick-Ass comics
  • The posters seen in Dave’s room, “American Jesus” and “Superior”, are two graphic novels written by “Kick-Ass” author Mark Millar.

Goofs: Continuity: When Dave is shot by Mindy while training, there are two bullet holes in his jacket when he has only been shot once.

Plot: The costumed high-school hero Kick-Ass joins with a group of normal citizens who have been inspired to fight crime in costume. Meanwhile, the Red Mist plots an act of revenge that will affect everyone Kick-Ass knows. Full summary »  »

Story: After Kick-Ass‘ insane bravery inspires a new wave of self-made masked crusaders, led by the badass Colonel Stars and Stripes, our hero joins them on patrol. When these amateur superheroes are hunted down by Red Mist — reborn as The Mother F%&*^r — only the blade-wielding Hit Girl can prevent their annihilation. When we last saw junior assassin Hit Girl and young vigilante Kick-Ass, they were trying to live as normal teenagers Mindy and Dave. With graduation looming and uncertain what to do, Dave decides to start the world’s first superhero team with Mindy. Unfortunately, when Mindy is busted for sneaking out as Hit Girl, she’s forced to retire-leaving her to navigate the terrifying world of high-school mean girls on her own. With no one left to turn to, Dave joins forces with Justice Forever, run by a born-again ex-mobster named Colonel Stars and Stripes. Just as they start to make a real difference on the streets, the world’s first super villain, The Mother F%&*^r, assembles his … Written byUniversal Pictures


Synopsis: The film opens with Dave Lizewski (Kick Ass) and Mindy Macready (Hit Girl) standing opposite one another in an abandoned gravel pit. Mindy shoots Dave in the chest with a small handgun, as Big Daddy did to Hit Girl in the first Kick Ass movie. He is wearing a bulletproof vest, and so he gets up, unharmed. She then shoots him in the back with a much larger revolver, despite his protests. Dave Lizewski narrates as he tells us this is part of the way into the story, and then the film flashes back, and shows Mindy being dropped off at high school by Marcus, the best friend of her father, Damon (Big Daddy), who adopted her after [SPOILER] Big Daddy died in the previous film. [SPOILER END]Instead of going into school, she waits outside and then catches a cab to a safe house where she trains as Hit Girl all day. The narrator (Dave Lizewski) explains how she hacked the school website to give herself the perfect attendance award, as she has been skipping school since she started there.

The film then cuts to the house of Chris D’Amico, where he is arguing with his mother about her throwing away his Red Mist costume. She gets in a tanning bed, and he kicks it several times in anger until he accidentally breaks it, killing his mother, who is inside. He inherits all the money that his family owns, and he finds 2 polished handguns and a black leather S&M costume that belonged to his mum. He dresses up in the costume, and holding the pistols, declares himself as a supervillain, ‘The Motherf*cker’ to his bodyguard, Javier. The film cuts back to the school where Dave talks to Mindy as she waits for a taxi. He asks her to train him, and she agrees, and takes him to the safe house, where they train. Later, Marcus confronts Mindy, as she was not present in school to collect her perfect attendance award, so he followed her and saw her getting into a taxi with a boy. She says she went to the mall with him and promises not to skip school again, however she keeps training Dave during school. After extensive training, Mindy tests Dave’s new fighting skills by sending him into a rough neighbourhood dressed in expensive clothes. 4 men follow him into an alley, and he attempts to fight them all single handed. He eventually fails, but Mindy steps in and beats up the criminals. She cuts off the hand of one man, and then flees across the rooftop as the police turn up. Dave explains that she rescued him. Mindy receives a call from Marcus, who is still a police officer, wondering why she was not at school. She says that she is at home sick, and he tells her that he is almost home. He turns on the siren on his car, and she uncovers a purple motorbike, and they race home. Mindy manages to get home first, jumps in bed, and pulls the blankets up as Marcus walks in, but he notices blood and realises that she has been fighting crime. He tells her that her dad was wrong to deprive her of her childhood, and she promises not to be Hit-Girl any more. The next day, Mindy does not turn up for training with Dave, and so he confronts her in school, and she tells him that it’s over, in front of his girlfriend, Katie Deauxma. It looks to them like he has been dating Mindy, who is younger than him, behind Katie Deuxma’s back. Katie breaks up with him, and tells him that she has been seeing another guy anyway.

Kick Ass then hits the streets again, on his own, until he teams up with a fellow hero, Dr Gravity (Donald Faison), who says he is a physics professor, but is really doing an English major.Meanwhile the Motherf*cker commits his first act of evil. Javier drives him to a shop where he robs the till, hoping to be seen on CCTV cameras, and put on YouTube to gain publicity. However, the store has no cameras, and an old man infuriates him, causing him get angry and start shooting randomly around the shop. He runs out to the car and escapes.Mindy becomes friends with the popular school girls, and goes to the most popular girl, Brookes, house for a slumber party. They discuss Mindy, and boys, and then watch the music video Carry You, by Union J, and they all have a delightful time.Dr Gravity introduces Kick Ass to a superhero team, Justice Forever, lead by Colonel Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey), a born again Christian, formerly a mob enforcer. The team consists of Night Bitch, Insect Man, Remembering Tommy, Kick Ass, Colonel Stars and Stripes, and Battle Guy, who turns out to be Marty, Kick Ass’s friend.

The Motherf*cker asks his bodyguard to put out the word that he is building an evil army, and uses racial stereotypes ("archetypes") to name the super villains – Black Death, The Tumour, Genghis Carnage, and Mother Russia are the first to join his team, called the Toxic Mega-C*nts. He buys a warehouse to use as his lair, and installs a shark tank that he plans to kill Kick Ass with.Meanwhile, Mindy goes to Varsity dance training with Brooke, the dance team captain, and outperforms her, to Brooke’s embarrassment and anger.Justice Forever continues to meet and the members are trained to fight by Colonel Stars and Stripes. Dave begs Mindy to join, but she refuses, and agrees to go on a date with a jock named Simon.Justice Forever take on their first big job, shutting down an illegal brothel run by Jimmy Kim. They beat up the 6 gangsters inside, and give the prostitutes $50,000, before freeing them. Kick Ass begins a sexual relationship with Knight Bitch afterwards. Dave and Marty share their secret with Todd, whom they have been ignoring recently, and invite him to join Justice Forever. However they are consistently mean to him, so Todd joins the Toxic Mega Cunts instead.Mindy goes on her date with Simon, but it is a setup, and she is left in the woods alone as revenge by Brooke, for outshining her. Mindy walks to Dave’s house, and climbs into his bedroom, and he comforts her, and tells her to beat the mean girls at their own game. She goes into school the next day, and humiliates the girls by using a crowd control device – the sick stick – on them that causes spontaneous diarrhoea and vomiting.

Dave’s dad finds Dave’s Kick Ass costume, and they argue, so Dave leaves, and stays at Marty’s house. Chris D’Amico’s uncle, who runs the family business, and is in prison, is worried by Chris’s antics as The Motherf*cker, and meets him in prison. He has Chris’s bodyguard, Javier, killed while Chris listens, in order to scare him, but it serves to motivate Chris further. The gang of super-villains finds the Justice Forever headquarters, and Mother Russia decapitates Colonel Stars and Stripes. They then find Night Bitch, and beat her up. Mother Russia kills 10 police officers, and they flee the scene. This causes the police to crack down on costumed vigilantes, and they trace the IP address of all the superheroes, and arrest them. Dave’s father says that he is Kick Ass, and is imprisoned by the police. Todd tells the Motherf*cker that the man is Dave’s father, and so Mr Lizewski is killed in prison, and a picture of his body is sent to Dave’s phone. The funeral is a few days later, and Justice Forever, and Mindy attend, and police officers stand guard to prevent the super-villains making an appearance. They do attack, however, grabbing Kick Ass, and driving off in a van, back to their headquarters. Mindy steals a cops gun, and clings to the roof of the van, and shoots all the occupants, and forces the driver to pull over and tell them where the Supervillain lair is. Mindy and Dave go to the safe house and gear up, and uses Twitter to invite all the Superheroes in the city to unite and convene to the Supervillain lair for an epic final battle. They turn up at the Toxic Mega C*nts’ headquarters, and a huge brawl ensues. Mindy fights Mother Russia, whom she is physically outmatched by, but she outsmarts the former KGB agent, tricking her into injecting Hit Girl with an adrenaline shot, that gives her the energy to kill Mother Russia with broken glass. Kick Ass fights The Motherf*cker on the roof, where the leader of the super-villains falls through a skylight. Kick Ass tries to save him, but he refuses Kick Ass’s help, and falls into the shark tank. As he realises he is still alive, the shark attacks him, and rips him apart. The superheroes win the battle, and restrain the Supervillains. The Justice Forever team assemble on the roof, and flee before the police arrive. Mindy, however, is wanted for the murder of the 6 men in the van, with the cop’s gun, so not wanting to trouble Marcus with a police inquiry, she leaves town on her motorbike, kissing Dave before she leaves. She rides across the Brooklyn Bridge as the screen fades to black and the credits roll.

There is a scene after the credits that shows Chris D’Amico in hospital under police guard, disfigured, missing both legs. He says his d*ck was bitten off, and he tries to reach his drink, but fails.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Adam Bohling known as producer
  • Trevor Duke-Moretz known as executive producer (as Trevor Duke Moretz)
  • Pierre Lagrange known as executive producer
  • Leonie Mansfield known as co-producer
  • Stephen Marks known as executive producer
  • Mark Millar known as executive producer
  • Tarquin Pack known as producer
  • Brad Pitt known as producer
  • David Reid known as producer
  • John Romita Jr. known as executive producer (as John S. Romita Jr.)
  • Claudia Schiffer known as executive producer (as Claudia Vaughn)
  • Matthew Vaughn known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Aaron Taylor-Johnson known as Dave Lizewski / Kick-Ass
  • Chloë Grace Moretz known as Mindy Macready / Hit-Girl
  • Morris Chestnut known as Detective Marcus Williams
  • Claudia Lee known as Brooke
  • Amy Anzel known as Mrs. Zane
  • Clark Duke known as Marty / Battle Guy
  • Augustus Prew known as Todd / Ass Kicker
  • Mary Kitchen known as News Reporter
  • Donald Faison known as Dr. Gravity
  • Matt Steinberg known as Mr. Radical
  • Steven Mackintosh known as Tommy's Dad
  • Monica Dolan known as Tommy's Mum
  • Garrett M. Brown known as Mr. Lizewski
  • Lyndsy Fonseca known as Katie Deauxma
  • Christopher Mintz-Plasse known as Chris D'Amico / The Motherfucker
  • Yancy Butler known as Mrs. D'Amico
  • John Leguizamo known as Javier
  • Tom Benedict Knight known as Alley Hood
  • Sophie Wu known as Erika Cho
  • Paul Raposo known as Guido No. 2
  • David Vena known as Guido No. 2
  • Chris Chan known as Store Clerk
  • Trevor Allan Davies known as Old Man
  • Jim Carrey known as Colonel Stars and Stripes
  • Robert Emms known as Insect Man
  • Lindy Booth known as Night Bitch
  • Cinna known as Eisenhower
  • Ella Purnell known as Dolce
  • Tanya Fear known as Harlow
  • Charlie Clapham known as Goth Kid
  • Chuck Liddell known as Himself
  • Daniel Kaluuya known as Black Death
  • Trenyce Cobbins known as Coach Podell
  • Wesley Morgan known as Simon
  • King Lau known as Chinese Bouncer
  • Benedict Wong known as Mr. Kim
  • Chantelle Chung known as Chinese Hooker
  • Andy Nyman known as The Tumor
  • Tom Wu known as Genghis Carnage
  • Olga Kurkulina known as Mother Russia
  • Angelica Jopling known as Lois
  • Enzo Cilenti known as Lou
  • Dimitri Vantis known as Tony
  • Iain Glen known as Uncle Ralph
  • Eben Young known as News Reader
  • John Bregar known as Mother Russia Cop
  • Mike Chute known as Mother Russia Cop
  • Christopher Cordell known as Mother Russia Cop
  • Shane Daly known as Mother Russia Cop
  • Kevan Kase known as Mother Russia Cop
  • Martin Roach known as Mother Russia Cop
  • John Schwab known as Detective
  • Todd Boyce known as Chief of Police
  • Jesse Camacho known as Onlooker
  • Stewart Scudamore known as Eyal
  • Mif known as Convict No. 1
  • Rob Archer known as Convict No. 2
  • James Cutler known as Goggles
  • Adam Bond known as Funeral Cop
  • Daniel Aiken known as Arresting Officer #72 (uncredited)
  • Lee Asquith-Coe known as Officer Barnhart (uncredited)
  • Richard Bradshaw known as Cop #3 (uncredited)
  • Samantha Coughlan known as Apocalypse Meow (uncredited)
  • Ellis Crewe-Candy known as Pimp Daddy (uncredited)
  • Sophie Ellis known as Mean Girl (uncredited)
  • James Embree known as Cop #1 (uncredited)
  • Howard Green known as Arresting Officer #2 (uncredited)
  • Ethan J. Knight known as SWAT Commander Lee Renolds (uncredited)
  • Matthew David McCarthy known as NYPD Cop Sergeant Ellis (uncredited)
  • Allistair McNab known as TMC (uncredited)
  • Kayti Moran known as Jock Girlfriend (uncredited)
  • Stuart Mulcaster known as NYPD (uncredited)
  • Amanda Piery known as Moon Bird (uncredited)
  • Alexis Rodney known as Skinny (uncredited)
  • Parker Sawyers known as Blast Hammer (uncredited)
  • Tom Swacha known as Bad Ass Warrior (uncredited)
  • Arran Topham known as Cop #2 (uncredited)
  • Trenyce known as Coach Cadell (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Jenny Arbour known as key hair stylist: Toronto
  • Emmy Beech known as junior hair stylist: dailies
  • Emmy Beech known as junior makeup artist: dailies
  • Fae Hammond known as hair designer
  • Fae Hammond known as makeup designer
  • Chris Lyons known as special effects teeth
  • Lisa Martin known as makeup artist
  • Roo Maurice known as hair stylist
  • Roo Maurice known as makeup artist
  • Rachael Speke known as hair stylist
  • Rachael Speke known as makeup artist

Art Department:

  • Maria Chryssikos known as assistant set decorator
  • Lauren Curran known as foam technician
  • Quentin Davies known as prop storeman
  • Gary Dempsey known as painter
  • Emily Eccles known as prop fabrication
  • Jonathan James Evans known as trainee propman
  • Francesco Fabiani known as sculptor
  • Teri Fairhurst known as draughtsman
  • Kim Frederiksen known as concept artist
  • Jack Garwood known as dressing props
  • Rich Hall known as mould maker
  • Jane Harwood known as assistant art director
  • Paul Hearn known as props
  • Paul Hearn known as set dresser
  • Michael King known as production buyer
  • Elis Lam known as assistant art director
  • Andrea Leanza known as sculptor
  • Catherine Mednick known as prosthetic co-ordinator
  • Naomi Moore known as art department co-ordinator
  • Brian Mullin known as key scenic
  • Theofano Pitsillidou known as modelmaker
  • Tilly Scandrett known as stand-by art director
  • John Schoonraad known as prosthetic supervisor
  • Max Schoonraad known as trainee mould maker
  • Tristan Schoonraad known as prosthetic workshop supervisor
  • Christian Short known as prop man
  • Dominic Sikking known as graphic artist
  • Eugene Sushchyy known as art finisher
  • Eugene Sushchyy known as senior sculptor
  • Sophie Tarver known as prop maker
  • Katy Thatcher known as second assistant art director
  • Toby Wagner known as dressing props
  • Cara Walker known as set decoration trainee
  • Candice White known as art department assistant: dalies
  • Natalie Wickens known as prosthetic hair technician
  • Buddie Wilkinson known as stand-by props
  • Jamie Wilkinson known as property master
  • Simon Wilkinson known as supervising chargehand stand-by propman
  • Gordon Wilson known as dressing props
  • Lucie Bourgeau known as props buyer (uncredited)




Production Companies:

  • Universal Pictures (presents)
  • Marv Films (presents)
  • Plan B Entertainment (as Plan B)

Other Companies:

  • ARRI Media  camera and grip equipment provided by
  • Audiolink Radio Communications  cell phone rentals (uncredited)
  • Audiolink Radio Communications  walkie talkies (uncredited)
  • Canada Film Capital  tax incentive consulting services
  • Codex Digital  digital recording equipment
  • Compuhire  computer playback
  • Dynamic International Freight Services  freight forwarders
  • HireWorks  Avid Nitris DX rental
  • La-La Land Records  soundtrack (score)
  • Military Film Services (MFS)  extras casting
  • Molinare Studio  post-production
  • Motion Picture Merchandise (MPM)  stunt crew merchandise (uncredited)
  • POP Sound  ADR Recording
  • PS Production Services  camera equipment provided by
  • Panalux  lighting equipment by
  • Pinewood Toronto Studios  facilities
  • Sapex Scripts  post-production script services
  • Sky Media Travel  travel agent
  • Sony Classical  soundtrack


  • Interfilm Distribution (2013) (Kazakhstan) (theatrical)
  • Solar Entertainment (2013) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • Solar Entertainment (2013) (Philippines) (theatrical) (as UIP-Solar Entertainment)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2013) (Hungary) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2013) (Philippines) (theatrical) (as UIP-Solar Entertainment)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2013) (Poland) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2013) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures Canada (2013) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2013) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2013) (France) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2013) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2013) (Russia) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures (2013) (USA) (theatrical)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Boundary Visual Effects
  • Lifecast
  • Nvizible (visual effects)
  • Plowman Craven & Associates (3D cyberscanning and modelling)
  • Visual Effects Company, The (motion control)

Visual Effects by:

  • Wojciech Baginski known as digital effects artist: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Tom Balogh known as visual effects editor: Nvizible
  • Moti Biran known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • André Bittencourt known as digital compositor
  • Magno Borgo known as digital effects supervisor: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Huseyin Caner known as Cyber scanning supervisor
  • Martin Chamney known as cg supervisor: Nvizible
  • Sandra Chocholska known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Sam Churchill known as digital artist: Nvizible
  • Ivan Cipriani known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Oliver Cubbage known as concept artist
  • Oliver Cubbage known as digital artist: Nvizible
  • Gavin Digby known as sequence lead: Nvizible
  • Harriet Donington known as business development producer: nvizible
  • Saeed Faridzadeh known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Riccardo Gambi known as lead compositor: Nvizible
  • Rob Geddes known as digital effects artist: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Stefan Gerstheimer known as cg supervisor: Nvizible
  • Eduardo Gonçalves known as digital effects artist: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Jia Guanglei known as cyber scanning technician
  • David Hackenburg known as digital effects artist: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Jeremy Hey known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Jack Hughes known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • David Isern known as visual effects photography
  • Gilbert James known as visual effects producer
  • Matt Kasmir known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Lisa Kelly known as visual effects line producer: Nvizible
  • Andrew Kingston known as systems administrator: Nvizible
  • Matheus Lacava known as digital compositor
  • Nicholas Lambert known as digital effects artist: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Charlotte Larive known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Chris Lunney known as screen graphics designer
  • Hugh Macdonald known as visual effects supervisor
  • Steve Madsen known as pipeline technical director: nvizible
  • Gus Martinez known as digital compositor
  • Gus Martinez known as digital effects supervisor
  • Adam Miels known as pipeline td: Nvizible
  • Jim Parsons known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Nikul Patel known as cyber scanning technician
  • James Pina known as digital effects artist: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Simon-Pierre Puech known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Sonny Pye known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Dominic Ridley known as on-set surveyor
  • Adam Rowland known as sequence lead: Nvizible
  • Gustavo Schiapim known as digital effects artist: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Asa Shoul known as digital colorist
  • Gert Van Dermeersch known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Giuliano Dionisio Vigano known as sequence lead: Nvizible
  • Kim Wiseman known as digital effects artist: Boundary Visual Effects
  • Olly Young known as on-set data wrangler

MPAA: Rated R for strong violence, pervasive language, crude and sexual content, and brief nudity



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