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Kick-Ass 2 is Moving Forward at Universal

Universal Pictures is in talks with Matthew Vaughn to develop a sequel to Kick-Ass, the adaptation of the Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. comic which earned $96.2 million worldwide on a budget of $30 million in 2010, says Heat Vision. Lionsgate distributed the first film, which was directed, produced and self-financed by Vaughn. He is producing the sequel and has picked Never Back Down helmer Jeff Wadlow to direct the sequel.
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