One More Amazing Poster for Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass!

January 17, 2010
Source: HitFix

Kick-Ass Poster

Lionsgate has debuted one more amazing poster for Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass (via HitFix) featuring the entire line-up of faux heroes, not just one at a time. I know I shouldn't go this crazy, but I absolutely love this poster. In fact, I'm calling it my favorite poster of 2010 so far. I love the way it looks, I love how simple yet eye-catching it is, I love the paint splatter effect (instead of blood). It's a brilliantly designed poster that feels perfectly representative of the movie. It's rare we see posters this good. I don't know if it'll change anyone's mind about Kick-Ass, but I hope it at least gets everyone out to see it in April. Check it out below!


Dave Lizewski one day decides to be a superhero, even though he has no powers, training or any reason.

Kick-Ass is both written and directed by British filmmaker Matthew Vaughn, of Layer Cake and Stardust previously. The screenplay was co-written by Vaughn and his writing partner Jane Goldman, of Stardust as well. The story is an adaptation of Mark Millar's comic of the same name that is currently in the middle of its first series. Kick-Ass was funded entirely by Matthew Vaughn and his own private investors and sold once finished earlier this year. Lionsgate is bringing Kick-Ass to theaters everywhere on April 16th this spring.

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  • Cody
    Very solid poster...nothing really special but awesome.
  • discojellyfish
    Nice! Cool poster. So looking forward to this movie!
  • Spider94
    funny how mark strong's name got before nic cage,and he is not even on the poster :)
  • Ralph
    Cool! Can't wait to see the movie!
  • Darunia
    @3 ABCDEFGHI etc
  • sNufFy
    not diggin' mclovin with the emo cut but i am really looking forward to this movie
  • Victor
    #@6 I agree with you
  • Cody
    #3 thats because people already see that Strong is the better a freaking mile.
  • beavis
    cool poster - can't wait for the movie
  • Seriously, there have been more "new posters" for this movie than I have ever seen. Good thing all of them are pretty cool. Question: who makes them all? Do they come from one company or are they made by freelancers? You never get to see who makes the posters, surely that should change coz posters can really make or break a movie and sometimes become as iconic as the films they advertise. (The Star Wars poster for instance)
  • tobi,leader of the akatsuki
    16th april won't come round quick enough,this film is going to be fucking excellent.
  • Scott
    @5 Quality comment!!!
  • Cineprog
    This poster looks alot like the Batman forever poster of a few years Back with Val Killmer, It looks alright thought. ;D
  • Deepak
    @5.. genuis.. and the poster really is badass..!
  • Spider94
    @5... i know my f*ckin ABCDEFGHI etc blah blah blah.thanks buddy you made my day better(sarcastic)
  • danielvutran
    @15 You don't seem to realize, he wrote that to imply that the names are in alphabetical order. In which they are. That explains why Mark is before Nick. Good job looking like a moron.
  • Spider94
    @16 You don't seem to realize,I wrote this to imply that you are more of an moron than me.In which you are. That explains why you are a moron if you read comment number 3 you would know. Good job looking like a jackass.
  • Fisherr
    Like the color pallet thing.
  • SlashBeast
    This movie looks absurdly awful.




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