Posted on Friday, October 21st, 2011 by Angie Han
The odds of Matthew Vaughn doing a Kick-Ass sequel may be vanishingly low, but the chances of him working with comics writer Mark Millar again are apparently hovering somewhere around 100%. The director had a big hit this summer with X-Men: First Class and is now considering his next move. And while he has yet to decide what exactly he wants to do, it will almost certainly involve Millar. More details after the jump.
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This is something that ended up in today’s Superhero Bits, but it is really big enough to warrant its own headline. So for those who didn’t see SHB today, Matthew Vaughn, the director of the film based on Mark Millar‘s comic Kick-Ass and other films such as X-Men: First Class, has picked up the rights to create a film based on Millar’s comic Superior. The comic is about a young boy living with multiple sclerosis who is given the opportunity to transform into his idol, a superhero from the big screen. Read More »
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