Kick-Ass Comic Con Bootleg Trailer

In my Comic-Con ’09 coverage I told you that Matthew Vaughn’s “Kick-Ass” panel was probably the best of the con, if the reaction to all the clips and trailer that Vaughn and company showed was any indication. Here’s that 90-second trailer. It’s strictly NSFW thanks to some crude language and an insane amount of violence, many of which come at the hands of the tweener Hit-Girl. The film doesn’t have a distributor yet, and it’s independently financed, so I’m still not sure why Vaughn hasn’t released an official version of the trailer just to more buzz for the movie. In any case, here is the bootleg version, get it while it’s still online.



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  • http://myspace.com/hulksmashnow HulkSmashNow

    Stupid and cheap looking. I’d be surprised if this gets picked up by anybody. And if it does, it’ll set the legitimacy of comic book movies back a few years.

    • lulzlawd

      its an indy film, and this movie is going to be sick, you go pik up and read the comic book

    • Ashrik

      People were worried about the perceived legitimacy of comic book movies years ago when many fans thought that things like The Hulk wouldn’t get picked up. They’re a proven cash cow now, your fear is literally an impossibility.

      As for the movie, looks like a funny spoof of traditional super hero movies. I’d like to see it.

      • dustinthepimp

        your tite man your totally right and i think i saw mcloving somwhere in the trailer let this movie come out and make some money

    • Mathew

      Have you even read the books this is based upon or have any knowledge about where the source material is coming from?

      Kick-ass is supposed to look like a joke and the Red Mist is just a perpetually stoned rich boy… that whole cheap and stupid look is kinda at the heart of the two characters and what they’re trying to do with their exploits.

      And when it comes to the film being picked up, it most definitely will… wait for the actual legitimate trailer that’s meant for people unfamiliar with the book and you’ll see all the hook you’ll need to get people in the theatres.

    • Dragonrage

      Well…it seams that you where wrong…big time…

      http://www.joblo.com/index.php?id=27974

      “Matthew Vaughn saw his movie version of KICK ASS turned down by every major studios back when it was only in script stage, being told it was too violent and lewd. But when footage screened at Comic Con had folks on their feet in cheers, things changed.

      According to The Hollywood Reporter’s Risky Biz Blog, 3 studios are currently duking it out to pick up the film, even with a high 7-figure price tag and subsequent percentage deal for Vaughn. Lionsgate, Paramount and Universal are the ones trying to give Matt the last laugh.”

  • http://myspace.com/hulksmashnow HulkSmashNow

    Stupid and cheap looking. I’d be surprised if this gets picked up by anybody. And if it does, it’ll set the legitimacy of comic book movies back a few years.

    • lulzlawd

      its an indy film, and this movie is going to be sick, you go pik up and read the comic book

    • Ashrik

      People were worried about the perceived legitimacy of comic book movies years ago when many fans thought that things like The Hulk wouldn’t get picked up. They’re a proven cash cow now, your fear is literally an impossibility.

      As for the movie, looks like a funny spoof of traditional super hero movies. I’d like to see it.

      • dustinthepimp

        your tite man your totally right and i think i saw mcloving somwhere in the trailer let this movie come out and make some money

    • Mathew

      Have you even read the books this is based upon or have any knowledge about where the source material is coming from?

      Kick-ass is supposed to look like a joke and the Red Mist is just a perpetually stoned rich boy… that whole cheap and stupid look is kinda at the heart of the two characters and what they’re trying to do with their exploits.

      And when it comes to the film being picked up, it most definitely will… wait for the actual legitimate trailer that’s meant for people unfamiliar with the book and you’ll see all the hook you’ll need to get people in the theatres.

    • Dragonrage

      Well…it seams that you where wrong…big time…

      http://www.joblo.com/index.php?id=27974

      “Matthew Vaughn saw his movie version of KICK ASS turned down by every major studios back when it was only in script stage, being told it was too violent and lewd. But when footage screened at Comic Con had folks on their feet in cheers, things changed.

      According to The Hollywood Reporter’s Risky Biz Blog, 3 studios are currently duking it out to pick up the film, even with a high 7-figure price tag and subsequent percentage deal for Vaughn. Lionsgate, Paramount and Universal are the ones trying to give Matt the last laugh.”

  • http://www.13tongimp.com/ Gavin

    “Suck Ass” is more like it.

    • HAHAHA

      OLOLOLOLOOLOLOL!!! XDDD

    • AP

      Agree the comic and the movie is just stupid Mark Miller has sold along with Marvel

  • http://www.13tongimp.com/ Gavin

    “Suck Ass” is more like it.

    • HAHAHA

      OLOLOLOLOOLOLOL!!! XDDD

    • AP

      Agree the comic and the movie is just stupid Mark Miller has sold along with Marvel

  • http://zolem.net/ Kuhar

    Awesome! Thanks…

  • http://zolem.net Kuhar

    Awesome! Thanks…

  • Josh

    Looks fucking lame and I’m glad. Sorry I ain’t buying it. Looks cheap, unfunny and like a waste of money. For all the hype, the concept as a comic looked stupid and now as a movie it looks even worse.

  • Josh

    Looks fucking lame and I’m glad. Sorry I ain’t buying it. Looks cheap, unfunny and like a waste of money. For all the hype, the concept as a comic looked stupid and now as a movie it looks even worse.

  • kallero

    looks sweet. the lofi quality keeps in line with the style and feel or the comic, which i also love.

  • kallero

    looks sweet. the lofi quality keeps in line with the style and feel or the comic, which i also love.