Another Official Red Band Trailer for Kick-Ass Slams Online

February 19, 2010
Source: MySpace

Kick-Ass Red Band Trailer

Even more Kick-Ass! Although, I think this is becoming another case of seeing too much footage too close to release. Lionsgate has debuted yet another new red band trailer for Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass today (via MySpace) making this the third separate red band trailer they've released total and seventh Kick-Ass video we've featured since last year. I'm actually not even going to watch this trailer, even though I'm sure it's badass, just because I don't want to see too much from this before I see it at SXSW next month. It'll be in theaters in two months so bear with and you'll be enjoying this in no time! Check it out below if you want.

Watch the new red band trailer for Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass from YouTube:

Watch the Kick-Ass trailers online here: trailer, theatrical, Hit-Girl red band, & international red band.

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 starting April 16th this spring.

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This movie will not suck! Love the comics and this movie looks soooooo cool.

Ben on Feb 19, 2010


that was one of the best trailers I've ever seen. seriously who ever put that together *thumbs up*

DoomCanoe on Feb 19, 2010


"I would definately F*ck his brains out if I got the chance" lol.

Andrew Geczy on Feb 19, 2010


Could be good.

People's Champ on Feb 19, 2010


Lol mostly the same footage from the other trailers is gonna be so awesome.

Cody on Feb 19, 2010


So can I buy my ticket yet for this or what? This movie will seriously kick ass.

Brandon on Feb 19, 2010


I don't know if anyone else actually read the first volume, but it absolutely kicks ass. I highly recommend it. Can't wait for this movie.

Stevo on Feb 19, 2010


Simply superb..!

Deepak on Feb 19, 2010


So children, under eighteen cannot go to this movie but a child under 10 can spew vile curses like c*nt, c*ck$ucker, sob etc. It's our jobs as adults to save children from losing their innocence, not sell it away for box office receipts.

Dennis Sweatt on Feb 19, 2010


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@9: Don't waste your time on an individual kid, because there's far worse ahead! Or haven't you seen 2012?

Felix on Feb 19, 2010


#11 no one knows when the world will end!!!! but lets not get off the subject, this movie is funny, and im definetly gonna watch it! #9 sorry, but theres not much we can do... the best you can do is take care of your child

Said on Feb 19, 2010


"Don't waste your time on an individual kid"?! You don't have any children. Thank god.

Dennis Sweatt on Feb 19, 2010


@13 I have, I have! Five, to be more precise, ranging from 2 to 14. Showing them the Red Band Trailer as we speak!

Felix on Feb 19, 2010


#9 try this TALKING TO YOUR KID, it works. This looks fun.

Xerxex on Feb 19, 2010


Try this. Tell your kid(s) it's ok to go to school and call the teacher a c*nt. Tell them they can say it to their Mom, Aunt, Sisters. Soon they will, as each taboo breaks down and children no longer get to be children. Teach them to idolize people who hate and soon you will be the one they hate. After all, it's the cool thing to do.

Dennis Sweatt on Feb 19, 2010


This movie is for adults not children... stop your phoney save the children campaign and go take care of your own kids. Its a F A N T A S Y movie. A mature adult would know the difference between that and reality. Trailer looks great, hope the movie stands up to it.

NotAChild on Feb 19, 2010


@17 Thanks a lot for this rather uplifting note! I already feared this thread was really about to go down the sad, lonely and ridiculously needles Safe our Children road. Would have been a shame, so thanks for the rescue. Now. Where were we? Ah yes. GREAT TRAILER! So looking forward, so damn looking forward.

Felix on Feb 19, 2010


Okay Dennis Sweatt you're a toll, leave the board. Where in the trailer did you get the notion this is for kids? Because of the young girl? Well she is an actress, and what do actor do? Read a script, and say the lines in front of a camera. Its a redband trailer so swearing and nudity will show, and survey says: NOT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN. Simple as that. Todays children have a lot to deal with, and if a parent just hides them away from all the problems plauging the Earth, then odds are they will crumble under an ounce of pressure, now talking to a child is the best thing a parent can do, as for this particular film its not the worst thing, to come out of Hollyweird. But I digress and revert to the very first sentence. In summary stop Trolling and

Xerxex on Feb 19, 2010


"This movie is for adults not children…" What movie can't your child see on the net? When they start talking to you like this, you will remember this thread.

Dennis Sweatt on Feb 19, 2010


Wow! Trollling, Troll, Trolling, Troll! Why would a parent let a kid watch this movie? You are bringing something up that will not happen, unless the parent is a fucking dumbass, like the parents who took their kids to see Watchmen! There are a billion kid movies out there, let them watch The Lion King or Cinderella.

Xerxex on Feb 19, 2010


@Dennis Sweatt uhh... get over it. if your kids "lose there innocence" from one movie and start thinking they can go out and shoot people then your kids are dumb shit and deserve to be locked up.

DoomCanoe on Feb 19, 2010


"Wow! Trollling, Troll, Trolling, Troll!" This isn't the definition of trolling, this is my opinion. You don't agree with it. Then I respond with my opinion. No cursing, flaming or diatribes. Right on this thread is an example of why we try to retain decency in a society... @DoomCanoe "uhh… get over it. if your kids "lose there innocence" from one movie and start thinking they can go out and shoot people then your kids are dumb shit and deserve to be locked up." I'm not worried about the children who have caring parents. It's the other 80% that don't.

Dennis Sweatt on Feb 19, 2010


Aach, damn it! We _are_ going down that sad, lonely and ridiculously needles Safe our Children road. What an utter waste of talent, what an uninspired thing to do. So sad to see this happen. That trailer deserved more creativity from you guys, it really did! Well, better back beating my kids then. So long!

Felix on Feb 19, 2010


Dennis this is the exact definition of Trolling, and you my friend are a pro. I'm done with you and pathetic attempt to school parents, if you want you're kids hidden away from foul language and the worlds problem itself well have it, guaranteed you're kids will fall apart in the real world, Kick-ass isn't the problem, over protective parents are, the one's who shudder at the fact their kids are humans capable of forming their own opinions, the parents who refuse to talk to their kids about sex and violence, when in fact these are the need to knows in order to become a decent human being.

Xerxex on Feb 19, 2010


@Dennis Sweatt i would hate to be one of your sheltered children. And i bet they rebel like fucking crazy in high school. Now Felix sounds like a good parent! (because no one wants a daddy who's a total prude). P.S. VIVA LA XERXEX!

DoomCanoe on Feb 19, 2010


This Movie is Gonna ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Khalid Al Zarouni on Feb 19, 2010


Daddy please don't get angry at these people I hate it when you get on to people because of that high horse of yours come on down daddy dennis and talk to me teach me right and wrong instead of judging everyone else.

CLAW on Feb 19, 2010


No, VIVA LA you DoomCanoe! lol.

Xerxex on Feb 19, 2010


Gee... When my son was five, we had a conversation about "adult language," and "normal language." He got the difference. We also had a conversation about "reality" and "movies." Again, he got the difference. Exposure with understanding can be a good thing - it can teach that not everyone needs to behave that way, and it can also teach the difference between what is real and what is not. Movie looks great, btw...

Frank N. Stein on Feb 19, 2010


well, to state the obvious, no, this isnt a movie for kids...but it really isnt much of a movie for adults either...I would tag it for the "just got my first pubes" crowd...cant see why you all think it is so cool...unless its just the thrill of hearing a child curse...will save my $$$ for something really good...

slopshoe smith on Feb 19, 2010


oh come on, the kid says "cock" which they probably told her meant rooster. sadly, kids at school are saying much worse things! and as the youngest of 4 kids i can say i heard a lot worse from my older siblings growing up. it's life! relax. the movie is intended for an older audience, and for us adults i think it's gonna be great! packed with action and comedy. if you can't handle the action in the international trailer, just watch the normal one here: give it a chance, i think there's gonna be more to it than the nay sayers think. i can't wait to see the bad guys get their asses kicked by a little girl and mclovin!!

cali on Feb 19, 2010


Lol at Dennis Sweatt for blaming the "world" for "corrupting" youth and not being responsible and reclaiming your job a fucking parent for christ sake. I see this everyday, instead of just talking to your child and telling them how the world works your going to shelter them and then blame everything else for trying to "corrupt" our kids. Im not a parent but Ive seen the examples and Ive seen whats happening and its pathetic.

Cody on Feb 19, 2010


And I'm seeing this movie for the action scenes not for the little girl saying cock....that's just a bonus.

Cody on Feb 19, 2010


its a shame Chloe Mertz cant even watch her own bad ass superhero in action till shes 17

LeeMan on Feb 19, 2010


First it was Marilyn Manson's fault that a kid went on a shooting spree in a High School, then it was violent computer games and torture porn movies. Now it's a 10-year-old girl that corrupts our children's fragile souls and robs them of their innocence. OH THE HUMANITY!!!1!!!!1!!1! I love metal music, I play violent and creepy video games, and there can never be too much gore in the horror movies I watch. On top of that I swear and curse like a drunken sailor. And incredibly enough, I am married, I've had a full-time job for 17 years, lots of friends and a completely normal and orderly life. Oh, and I never shot any of my co-workers in the face or fed the neighbor's cat razorblades, either. I must be a freak of nature. People like Dennis Sweatt drive me up the fucking wall. Putting the blame on everybody but themselves when bad shit happens is always the preferred route for lazy parents like him. /rant That being said...this movie looks really promising.

SuicidalOptimist on Feb 19, 2010


dude Suicidal feed a cat razor blades? that is hilarious! There is no hope for Dennis, leave him in the trollverse.

Xerxex on Feb 20, 2010


Damn you people are so sad. Who are you yelling and cursing at? I'm a lazy parent because I care that a child is paid Hollywood money to curse like an adult so juvenile adults can get off on it. That's called good parenting and decency. Morality. Relax, grow up and keep treating children like they understand what its like being an adult. And for all the ranting Dr Phil's, my three kids are in college, cuss occasionally and have a bright future.

Dennis Sweatt on Feb 20, 2010


Yep, still can't wait!

Robbie on Feb 20, 2010


Looks like it's gonna own.

Fisherr on Feb 20, 2010


excellent trailer,hit girl is so violently brilliant.16.4.10 won't come round quick enough.



There will always be a movie to push the threshhold of how young, how violent and how mature. Innocence? Christ, we've reverted back in time. There's nothing you can do, folks. And I'm sorry, but the conversations being had on this thread are pointless. I don't have children. And I don't want them. Because situations like this are just a freckle on the ass that is "life with kids". Best of luck. The movie theater is no place for a child anyways. Take em' to the fucking park.

Ossie Davis on Feb 20, 2010


I will see this movie. I will enjoy this movie. I don't care about any of the bullshit behind this movie's ethics. I just wanna see people KICK-ASS!

DarkRaven18599 on Feb 20, 2010


Christ Dennis, what personel stake do you have in this argument? If your kids are grown up and already starting their lives then you have succeeded, and you have no reason to come here and tell others how to raise their's. As for the child cussing in this film, well she is an actress and know's the difference and I bet her parents are well aware of the fact that she said cock and cunt. Actors read a script and recite lines in front of a camera, and nowhere is Chloe Mortez saying to the children "go forth and spew words to the frightened!" And if you're complaining about this child, then what about Kristen Dunst in Interview with the Vampire or Natalie Portman in The Professional (Leon)? They both gave great performances, and said nasty words, why aren't you pointing your fingers at them? Which keeps me of the steadfast assumption that you are just trolling and are succeeding.

Xerxex on Feb 20, 2010


"she is an actress and know's the difference" Do you really think a 10 year old girl should know what a c*ck is? Are you kidding me? "Kristen Dunst in Interview with the Vampire or Natalie Portman in The Professional (Leon)? They both gave great performances, and said nasty words, why aren't you pointing your fingers at them?" I did. I don't hate this movie or the actors or any of you. John Romita is one of my favorite artists. (From the comic) But this is too far, there has to be a line and good people are supposed to defend it. Where's a cop when you need one?

Dennis Sweatt on Feb 20, 2010


Dennis, quit being such a pu**y.

Ben on Feb 20, 2010


Dennis hate to burst your bubble, plenty of 10 year olds know what cock is. They go to school and watch T.V. dont they, they have heard it somewhere. It is none of your business what she is paid to say or do cause she aint your kid. Mind your business and stick to ruining your own kids lives. The titile clearly says Red-Band trailer and the movie is clearly called Kick-ass. Did you think it was a fairy tale or something. We are supposed to discuss a movie trailer, not your morality. With that said the trailer looks pretty good. I dont know the original but Nic Cage looks bad-ass.

Beta Ray Bill on Feb 20, 2010


Dude Dennis, shut up. You're telling me you had no idea what a dick was or what fuck was when you were her age? And by the way, she isn't 10. She's in her teenage years now. And if you honestly say you have no idea what fuck / shit / ass / dick / or whatever was when you were 10 - 13, you are lying, or were a sheltered kid. It's always elitist pricks that have no logic. They're just words. If I said FUCK in the middle of a desert, is it still a bad word? It's just a fucking word. Calm the fuck down. It's not like she MEANS it when she's saying it, it is a fucking MOVIE. She's ACTING. If she starts talking like this in real life casually and calling everyone cock suckers THAN you'll have a point.

danielvutran on Feb 20, 2010


amen danielvutran They are only bad words if you want them to be. Its this kind of sad sheltering that is ruining the world. Balls up, grow a sack and shut the hell up. People like dennis should be euthanized PERIOD.

billybob on Feb 20, 2010

50 the hateful and juvenile responses you've received on this page...your worst fears have already been realized. American society really can't sink much lower...but it will try...

Kerplunk on Feb 22, 2010


@Kerplunk Thank you. Why is this child allowed to speak of adult body parts like a porn star? When is that art?

Dennis on Feb 22, 2010


This looks like a Great ADULT FLICK. Dennis, if you have a problem with it, DON'T LET YOUR KIDS WATCH IT!!! It's really that simple. If you just simply don't let your kid watch movies you don't think are appropriate, then your kids won't know what Cock is until you feel they are ready for it. Really. My dad never let me watch ANY R-Rated films until I was 17 and he felt I could understand that certain things are for entertainment only. Grow a pair and tell your kid NO! Be a man, and train them to be productive members of society, instead of letting films you think are inappropriate to do it for you. "God Grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change, The Courage to change the things I can, And the Wisdom to know the difference." That being said, I'm gonna watch this film. And, like a good parent, I won't let my child watch it until I feel he's old enough to handle it.

Gaijin on Feb 22, 2010


And, by the by, if your kids are already in college, Then WHY are you treating others like little pieces of shit when you probably don't know anyone here personally? People like you, who judge everyone else because of your own personal sense of morality, is what's REALLY corrupting society. Instead of doing something, you rant and rave and point fingers, and claim not to hate anyone, but I really think you hate yourself. "Where's a cop when you need one?" Newsflash; It's not against the law for movies like this to be made, nor is it against the law for what's said in it as long as racial slurs are kept either to a minimum or in the right context. Now, you're not just talking about corruption of kids, you're talking about taking away our First Amendment Rights, which My father, his father, and myself have fought to defend, and many more have fought and died to defend. You, sir, are Un-American, and it sickens me. It sickens me that you live in a free country, yet you don't respect other people's freedoms. I bet your kids, who are grown up, you say, would probably watch this film and laugh. AS IT WAS INTENDED TO PROVOKE. I wonder what they would say. If you didn't corrupt them with your anti-First Amendment-because-it-corrupts-our-youth sentiment.

Gaijin on Feb 22, 2010


I'm sorry about my last rant, but people like Dennis just grate on my nerve. Why can't some just treat the film for the ENTERTAINMENT it was meant to provide, and be done with it? And if you don't find it entertaining DON"T WATCH IT! I know it's a unique concept, but GET OVER IT! Okay, enough ranting. I don't wanna be kicked off for trolling here. As to my opinion of the trailer; I think this movie's gonna be great. I'm a big superhero fan, and watching something that, in all reality, is a bit more realistic then even Batman (Though I loved Begins and Dark Knight, by the way) just appeals to me. Watching Nick Cage dressed up as "Big Daddy" is just HI Larious. I'm watching.

Gaijin on Feb 22, 2010


@Gaijin "This looks like a Great ADULT FLICK" 10yrs old is not an adult. She is saying an adult, pornographic word and much more. Breaking taboos does not always equal creating art. "DON'T LET YOUR KIDS WATCH IT!!" Someone else's Kids are already in it. Talking about c*cks. "Then WHY are you treating others like little pieces of shit when you probably don't know anyone here personally?" Please show me when that happened, ever in this thread.

Dennis on Feb 22, 2010


Adult Flick as in ONLY FOR ADULTS TO WATCH. I thought that was pretty obvious. A kid being in it has nothing to do with your kids WATCHING it. Again, pretty obvious. And right now. You're trying to justify your own self righteousness by making an argument with the WRONG PEOPLE. If you have a problem with the movie industry for stuff like this, take it up with them. Don't preach to people who have NO SAY IN HOW THINGS ARE DONE. Get off your high horse and do something about it or SHUT UP. Stop treating other people like they're some barely evolved pond scum simply because you don't like something that's done in a movie. Write your Congressman, or the movie makers, and complain to them, like a man should if they have an issue like yours, but instead, you come on here and try to preach your way into getting others to think like you. IT'S NOT GONNA HAPPEN! And that's how you're treating others like shit. I rest my case. PS: Get a life. I get on here to check up on movies I might wanna see, but if you got nothing better to do then act like a little.............I want to curse here, but I'll think I'll stay my typing hands.............then you need to get a life. Bad. Go out and enjoy yourself, and stop worrying about things you have no control of.

Gaijin on Feb 22, 2010


I couldn't help but notice you completely ignored my Un-American comment. Bravo. Only smart thing you've done so far.

Gaijin on Feb 22, 2010


The action and fighting scenes look well done, many would think that this is a kids movie, but once you see it s rated R for "strong brutal violence throughout, pervasive language, sexual content, nudity and some drug use", you might get a different idea. Still it looks pretty cool and will definitely watch it,

Voice123 - Trailer Voice Over on Feb 24, 2010


Kick-ass will definitely worth the watch.. the trailers look awesome.. The Hit Girl scene where she hit the guys in the hall way looks similar with Angelina Jolie "Wanted", I wonder if they are having the same action choreographer team..

anzelm on Mar 1, 2010


Dennis reminds me of Shelia Broflovski (Kyle's mom in South Park) lol All Dennis is doing is going after other people *aka the WORLD* for problems that HE could easily fix himself. If you dont want your kid saying bad words that's fine and dandy but you HAVE TO TALK TO YOUR KIDS you cant just blame everyone else when something goes wrong. How this for example I myself was never aloud to say any bad words at home *Anything from f**k to hate* So when I got to middle school I was like OMG I can say what ever I want. Only after my mouth got really bad at home did my parents talk to me. But if they had explained and giving me some freedom before hand there would of been no problem. You Sir need to be a parent and NOT a Shelia. But I digress This movie looks really good Im planning on getting they guys together for a dude night out and seeing this! KICK-ASS!!!

I-like-movies on Mar 26, 2010


"Adult Flick as in ONLY FOR ADULTS TO WATCH" < To watch a child say c*ck and f*ck? Which trailer park do you people live in?

Dennis on Mar 26, 2010


You know what is funny.....if everyone would have ignored Dennis, he probably would have stopped posting. LOL The movie looks good to me! The graphic novel was brilliant! I am very much excited.

Katiethekitten13 on Apr 11, 2010


"You know what is funny…..if everyone would have ignored Dennis, he probably would have stopped posting. LOL" Yet, you were unable to do so. Strange world.

Dennis on Apr 11, 2010


WOW. I saw a commercial... half paying attention and my first clue THE MOVE IS CALLED KICK ASS. If there's a swear word in the movie...... you DON'T bring your kid to it. DUH. But my 7 year old said he wanted to see it so I thought I'll pay attention to the commercial next time it comes on. Rated R. End Of Story. My kid won't see it. If you worry about your kid watching it and how inappropriate it is you're retarded. Don't. Bring. Your. Kid. To. The. Movie. I plan to go see it on date night minus my kid. Yep it's inappropriate for kids. So? So are a lot of movies.

Kandi on Apr 14, 2010


OK I just read "Dennis"s posts. Yep, the parts played by kids in movies are inappropriate. There's no changing that. The last movie Dakota Fanning starred in was WAY inappropriate for a 16 year old girl. The language displayed by kids in movies....... always has been WAY inappropriate. The only thing YOU can do, Dennis, is keep YOUR kids out of acting so THEY don't swear like that. My son has been exposed to these words and phrases. At school. At his friends' houses. At his dad's hosue. He could be a foul mouthed hooligan but he's NOT. He's VERY respectful and sweet and innocent because I explain to him why human garbage exposes kids to these things. He's good. I'm good. This movie looks good. End of Story.

Kandi on Apr 14, 2010


"If you worry about your kid watching it and how inappropriate it is you're retarded. Don't. Bring. Your. Kid. To. The. Movie." Everyone knows you don't bring a kid to an R rated movie. Right? There's a reason for that. To keep them from being exposed to adult entertainment. Such as language, violence, sexual situations. So why is it ok to put a child IN a movie with adult language, violence, sexual situations. So you can be entertained? A child who can't get into an R rated movie is talking like a porn star. How many sex offenders do you think will see this movie twice?

Dennis on Apr 14, 2010

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