Kick-Ass creator talks of sequel
Published 25/03/2010 | 13:21
Kick-Ass has yet to hit the box office, but its creator has already said that a sequel is likely to happen.
Scottish writer Mark Millar wrote the comic which has been adapted for the big screen by Stardust filmmaker Matthew Vaughn, and reckons the follow-up is a shoo-in.
"I think, unless something goes horribly wrong or unless we really mess up, there should be a sequel - fingers crossed, people like it and it didn't cost a huge amount of money to make," he said.
He joked the film's stars Aaron Johnson and Christopher Mintz-Plasse are already signed up.
"Yeah, we got Aaron and Chris cheap. We signed them up for three pictures. We just got them drunk and got them to sign lots of contracts," he quipped.
But Christopher said the sequel is merely talk at the moment.
"We're hoping, we don't know. We want this movie to do very well and for everyone to go enjoy it and make some money, and then we'll talk sequel after," he said.
:: Kick-Ass is released on March 26.