Kick-Ass (2010) Movie

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Ratings / Votes
7.8/ 10 (247095 Votes)

MPAA Ratings
Rated R for strong brutal violence throughout, pervasive language, sexual content, nudity and some drug use - some involving children

Production Company
Marv Films [gb] - (as Marv) (presents)
Plan B Entertainment [us] - (as Plan B)

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors


Release Date
(USA) - 12 March 2010
(UK) - 22 March 2010
(Ireland) - 26 March 2010
(UK) - 26 March 2010
(Israel) - 1 April 2010

Running Time

I can't read your mind. But I can kick your ass. I can't fly. But I can kick your ass. I can't be invisible. But I can kick your ass. I can't see through walls. But I can kick your ass. Shut Up. Kick-Ass. Have fear. They're here. A new breed of superheroes will be revealed.

actor-talks-to-audience, adolescent-romance, adoptive-father, aerial-shot, alley, aneurysm, animated-sequence, anti-hero, anti-villain, antitank-weapon, apartment-building, arsenal, arson, bag-of-money, balisong, based-on-comic, based-on-comic-book, baton, bazooka, beating, beating-a-child, betrayal, bitten-in-the-neck, black-comedy, black-cop,

Technical Support
CAM:Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL, Panavision G-Series Lenses
LAB:Technicolor Digital Intermediates, London, UK - (digital intermediate)
LAB:Technicolor, London, UK
MET:3200 m - (Portugal, 35 mm)
MET:3207 m - (Sweden)
OFM:35 mm - (Kodak Vision2 250D 5205, Vision2 500T 5218, Vision3 500T 5219)
PCS:Digital Intermediate - (2K) (master format)
PCS:Panavision - (anamorphic) (source format)
PCS:Super 35 - (source format) (some scenes)
PFM:35 mm - (Fuji Eterna-CP 3513DI)
RAT:2.35 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Arsene, Mihai as (uncredited) [Michalsky - NYPD Police Officer]
  2. Bacino, Joe as [Posh Goon] <29>
  3. Batinkoff, Randall as [Tre Fernandez] <19>
  4. Bentley, Russell as [Medic] <23>
  5. Berkeley, Xander as [Detective Gigante] <41>
  6. Boorder, Hubert as [Oscar Juarez] <30>
  7. Brown, Garrett M. as [Mr. Lizewski] <2>
  8. Cage, Nicolas as [Damon Macready/Big Daddy] <22>
  9. Callum, Max as (uncredited) [Police Officer]
  10. Cartwright, Jacob as [Running Teenager] <34>
  11. Copkov, Dean as [Diner Fight Guy #3] <33>
  12. Cornelius, Ohene as [2nd Gang Kid] <12>
  13. Curnew, Wayne as (uncredited) [Bartender]
  14. De Rozario, Russell as (uncredited) [Man in Elevator]
  15. Desio, Anthony as [Baby Goon] <17>
  16. DuBois, Maurice (I) as [News Anchor] <35>
  17. Duke, Clark as [Marty] <21>
  18. Duran, Dan (I) as [Reporter] <43>
  19. Ferguson, Craig (I) as [Himself] <37>
  20. Flemyng, Jason as [Lobby Goon] <24>
  21. Fletcher, Dexter (I) as [Cody] <20>
  22. Hardwick, Omari as [Sergeant Marcus Williams] <42>
  23. Hassan, Tamer as [Matthew] <25>
  24. Hathaway, Alexander as (uncredited) [Comic Book Store Manager]
  25. Hopkins, Johnny as [1st Gang Kid] <11>
  26. Jobara, Val as [Nervous Goon] <45>
  27. Johnson, Corey (I) as [Sporty Goon] <15>
  28. Martinez, Adrian (I) as [Ginger Goon] <27>
  29. McGuire, Christopher (I) as (as Chris McGuire) [Diner Fight Guy #1] <31>
  30. Mintz-Plasse, Christopher as [Chris D'Amico/Red Mist] <9>
  31. Natei, Kofi as [Rasul] <40>
  32. Navy, Dexter as (uncredited) [Comic Book Store Employee]
  33. Peres, Carlos Besse as [Buttons] <18>
  34. Peters, Evan (I) as [Todd] <4>
  35. Plester, Tim as [Danil] <28>
  36. Riley, Stu Large as (as Stu Riley) [Huge Goon] <10>
  37. Rispoli, Michael as [Big Joe] <14>
  38. Simmons, Kenneth (I) as [Scary Goon] <16>
  39. Smith, Quinn (V) as [Big Mean Boy] <46>
  40. Soriano, Omar A. as (as Omar Soriano) [Leroy] <38>
  41. Strong, Mark (II) as [Frank D'Amico] <13>
  42. Taylor-Johnson, Aaron as (as Aaron Johnson) [Dave Lizewski/Kick-Ass] <1>
  43. Tingblad, Kirk as (uncredited) [Audience Member]
  44. White, Max (I) as [Diner Fight Guy #2] <32>
  45. Young, Louis (I) as [Breaking News Reporter] <44>
  46. Butler, Yancy as [Angie D'Amico] <26>
  47. Cooper, Annie as (uncredited) [Jess]
  48. Fonseca, Lyndsy as [Katie Deauxma] <6>
  49. Jones, Tangara as (uncredited) [Gang Girl]
  50. McGovern, Elizabeth (I) as [Mrs. Lizewski] <8>
  51. Moretz, Chloë Grace as [Mindy Macready/Hit-Girl] <21>
  52. Rochell, Katrena as [Female Junkie] <39>
  53. Smith, Melissa Anne (I) as (uncredited) [Cheerleader]
  54. Twiss, Deborah as [Mrs. Zane] <5>
  55. Tyler, Dana as [News Anchor] <36>
  56. Wu, Sophie (I) as [Erika Cho] <7>


  1. Action
  2. Comedy

Full Plot

Dave Lizewski is an unnoticed high school student and comic book fan with a few friends and who lives alone with his father. His life is not very difficult and his personal trials not that overwhelming. However, one day he makes the simple decision to become a super-hero even though he has no powers or training. Daniel J. Leary In New York, teenager Dave Lizewski is a loser at high-school, a fan of comic books and ignored at school. He spends most of his time with his friends Marty and Todd who are also comic book fans. Dave has a crush on Katie Deauxma but she in turn does not even notice him. One day, Dave decides to make a difference to his life by becoming a masked superhero named Kick-Ass. In his first superhero role he attempts to prevent a car theft by two punks, but he is inadvertently stabbed by one of them and hit by a car later. Dave is taken to hospital where his bones are fixed with metal. When he recovers, Katie begins to notices him. That night, Dave helps a man being hunted down by three guys in front of a cafeteria, the teenagers record the fight with their cell phone cameras. Then they put the footage in Internet and Kick-Ass immediately becomes famous. Meanwhile the powerful gangster Frank D'Amico believes that Kick-Ass is responsible for actions against his gang and plots a scheme to destroy him. Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Plot not found

Total Business

BT: USD 30,000,000 CP: 2009 KA Films LP. All Rights Reserved. (on print) GR: USD 48,043,505 (USA) (27 June 2010) GR: USD 47,950,728 (USA) (20 June 2010) GR: USD 47,790,759 (USA) (13 June 2010) GR: USD 47,641,561 (USA) (6 June 2010) GR: USD 47,508,227 (USA) (30 May 2010) GR: USD 47,171,950 (USA) (23 May 2010) GR: USD 46,616,232 (USA) (16 May 2010) GR: USD 45,281,105 (USA) (9 May 2010) GR: USD 42,228,273 (USA) (2 May 2010) GR: USD 34,708,222 (USA) (25 April 2010) GR: USD 34,870,000 (USA) (25 April 2010) GR: USD 19,828,687 (USA) (18 April 2010) GR: GBP 11,597,750 (UK) (13 June 2010) GR: GBP 11,594,478 (UK) (6 June 2010) GR: GBP 11,588,925 (UK) (30 May 2010) GR: GBP 11,576,768 (UK) (23 May 2010) GR: GBP 11,528,933 (UK) (16 May 2010) GR: GBP 11,421,640 (UK) (9 May 2010) GR: GBP 10,991,324 (UK) (2 May 2010) GR: GBP 10,241,210 (UK) (25 April 2010) GR: GBP 9,040,664 (UK) (18 April 2010) GR: GBP 7,001,080 (UK) (11 April 2010) GR: GBP 3,881,704 (UK) (4 April 2010) GR: AUD 5,783,680 (Australia) (9 May 2010) GR: AUD 4,727,101 (Australia) (25 April 2010) GR: AUD 3,555,605 (Australia) (18 April 2010) GR: AUD 1,777,986 (Australia) (11 April 2010) GR: EUR 155,609 (Austria) (2 May 2010) GR: EUR 81,495 (Austria) (25 April 2010) GR: EUR 10,579 (Austria) (18 April 2010) GR: HRK 545,118 (Croatia) (9 May 2010) GR: HRK 195,554 (Croatia) (18 April 2010) GR: HRK 370,944 (Croatia) (18 April 2010) GR: DKK 3,798,326 (Denmark) (2 May 2010) GR: DKK 2,811,526 (Denmark) (25 April 2010) GR: DKK 1,391,212 (Denmark) (18 April 2010) GR: EUR 199,985 (Finland) (2 May 2010) GR: EUR 133,845 (Finland) (25 April 2010) GR: EUR 6,344 (Finland) (18 April 2010) GR: EUR 2,912,543 (France) (2 May 2010) GR: EUR 1,611,901 (France) (25 April 2010) GR: EUR 909,998 (Germany) (2 May 2010) GR: EUR 490,466 (Germany) (25 April 2010) GR: ESP 153,625 (Greece) (2 May 2010) GR: EUR 85,155 (Greece) (25 April 2010) GR: HKD 4,793,258 (Hong Kong) (2 May 2010) GR: HKD 3,894,675 (Hong Kong) (25 April 2010) GR: HKD 1,697,641 (Hong Kong) (18 April 2010) GR: ISK 13,649,654 (Iceland) (2 May 2010) GR: ISK 10,693,100 (Iceland) (25 April 2010) GR: ISK 3,655,536 (Iceland) (18 April 2010) GR: MYR 957,073 (Malaysia) (2 May 2010) GR: MYR 764,092 (Malaysia) (25 April 2010) GR: MYR 304,787 (Malaysia) (18 April 2010) GR: EUR 646,758 (Netherlands) (2 May 2010) GR: EUR 462,869 (Netherlands) (25 April 2010) GR: EUR 227,583 (Netherlands) (18 April 2010) GR: NZD 542,532 (New Zealand) (9 May 2010) GR: NZD 451,249 (New Zealand) (25 April 2010) GR: NZD 320,234 (New Zealand) (18 April 2010) GR: NZD 119,029 (New Zealand) (11 April 2010) GR: NOK 5,513,555 (Norway) (9 May 2010) GR: NOK 4,202,642 (Norway) (25 April 2010) GR: NOK 3,185,296 (Norway) (18 April 2010) GR: NOK 1,691,907 (Norway) (11 April 2010) GR: PHP 9,579,801 (Philippines) (2 May 2010) GR: PHP 6,196,543 (Philippines) (25 April 2010) GR: PHP 2,488,956 (Philippines) (18 April 2010) GR: PLN 409,697 (Poland) (25 April 2010) GR: PLN 134,121 (Poland) (18 April 2010) GR: USD 141,421 (Poland) GR: EUR 97,851 (Portugal) (2 May 2010) GR: EUR 56,989 (Portugal) (25 April 2010) GR: ROL 88,458 (Romania) (2 May 2010) GR: ROL 53,400 (Romania) (25 April 2010) GR: RUR 79,644,600 (Russia) (2 May 2010) GR: RUR 68,367,500 (Russia) (25 April 2010) GR: RUR 35,739,100 (Russia) (18 April 2010) GR: SGD 868,738 (Singapore) (2 May 2010) GR: SGD 751,069 (Singapore) (25 April 2010) GR: SGD 379,701 (Singapore) (18 April 2010) GR: ZAR 923,121 (South Africa) (2 May 2010) GR: ZAR 377,165 (South Africa) (25 April 2010) GR: KRW 1,093,545,125 (South Korea) (2 May 2010) GR: KRW 780,841,851 (South Korea) (25 April 2010) GR: SEK 4,928,836 (Sweden) (9 May 2010) GR: SEK 3,355,383 (Sweden) (25 April 2010) GR: SEK 2,343,607 (Sweden) (18 April 2010) GR: SEK 1,145,015 (Sweden) (11 April 2010) GR: TWD 22,012,000 (Taiwan) (2 May 2010) GR: TWD 7,124,452 (Taiwan) (18 April 2010) GR: THB 8,824,487 (Thailand) (2 May 2010) GR: THB 7,426,402 (Thailand) (25 April 2010) GR: THB 3,227,997 (Thailand) (18 April 2010) OW: USD 19,828,687 (USA) (18 April 2010) (3,065 screens) OW: GBP 3,881,704 (UK) (4 April 2010) (402 screens) OW: AUD 1,645,573 (Australia) (11 April 2010) (236 screens) OW: EUR 9,130 (Austria) (18 April 2010) (51 screens) OW: HRK 195,554 (Croatia) (18 April 2010) (10 screens) OW: DKK 1,347,459 (Denmark) (18 April 2010) (45 screens) OW: EUR 6,344 (Finland) (18 April 2010) (35 screens) OW: EUR 1,611,901 (France) (25 April 2010) (371 screens) OW: EUR 385,121 (Germany) (25 April 2010) (359 screens) OW: EUR 85,155 (Greece) (25 April 2010) (32 screens) OW: HKD 1,697,641 (Hong Kong) (18 April 2010) (33 screens) OW: ISK 3,230,056 (Iceland) (18 April 2010) (5 screens) OW: MYR 304,787 (Malaysia) (18 April 2010) (50 screens) OW: EUR 207,918 (Netherlands) (18 April 2010) (99 screens) OW: NZD 119,029 (New Zealand) (11 April 2010) (35 screens) OW: NOK 1,280,686 (Norway) (11 April 2010) (51 screens) OW: PHP 2,488,956 (Philippines) (18 April 2010) (25 screens) OW: PLN 116,576 (Poland) (18 April 2010) (72 screens) OW: EUR 56,989 (Portugal) (25 April 2010) (46 screens) OW: ROL 53,400 (Romania) (25 April 2010) (8 screens) OW: RUR 35,739,100 (Russia) (18 April 2010) (330 screens) OW: SGD 379,701 (Singapore) (18 April 2010) (22 screens) OW: ZAR 377,165 (South Africa) (25 April 2010) (40 screens) OW: KRW 682,533,954 (South Korea) (25 April 2010) (251 screens) OW: SEK 1,145,015 (Sweden) (11 April 2010) (30 screens) OW: TWD 5,628,228 (Taiwan) (18 April 2010) (18 screens) OW: THB 3,227,997 (Thailand) (18 April 2010) (56 screens) SD: 28 September 2008 - 23 April 2009 WG: USD 34,926 (USA) (27 June 2010) (102 screens) WG: USD 76,597 (USA) (20 June 2010) (157 screens) WG: USD 108,352 (USA) (13 June 2010) (178 screens) WG: USD 73,155 (USA) (6 June 2010) (112 screens) WG: USD 198,960 (USA) (30 May 2010) (163 screens) WG: USD 280,612 (USA) (23 May 2010) (309 screens) WG: USD 539,997 (USA) (16 May 2010) (609 screens) WG: USD 1,504,959 (USA) (9 May 2010) (1,759 screens) WG: USD 4,515,940 (USA) (2 May 2010) (2,542 screens) WG: USD 9,342,398 (USA) (25 April 2010) (3,065 screens) WG: USD 9,500,000 (USA) (25 April 2010) (3,065 screens) WG: USD 19,828,687 (USA) (18 April 2010) (3,065 screens) WG: GBP 1,736 (UK) (13 June 2010) (3 screens) WG: GBP 2,077 (UK) (6 June 2010) (3 screens) WG: GBP 2,463 (UK) (30 May 2010) (7 screens) WG: GBP 9,271 (UK) (23 May 2010) (26 screens) WG: GBP 51,777 (UK) (16 May 2010) (88 screens) WG: GBP 137,416 (UK) (9 May 2010) (191 screens) WG: GBP 402,864 (UK) (2 May 2010) (323 screens) WG: GBP 635,270 (UK) (25 April 2010) (414 screens) WG: GBP 910,453 (UK) (18 April 2010) (424 screens) WG: GBP 1,191,069 (UK) (11 April 2010) (405 screens) WG: GBP 3,881,704 (UK) (4 April 2010) (402 screens) WG: AUD 195,460 (Australia) (9 May 2010) (111 screens) WG: AUD 759,361 (Australia) (25 April 2010) (206 screens) WG: AUD 1,117,349 (Australia) (18 April 2010) (231 screens) WG: AUD 1,645,573 (Australia) (11 April 2010) (236 screens) WG: EUR 47,525 (Austria) (2 May 2010) (51 screens) WG: EUR 70,602 (Austria) (25 April 2010) (51 screens) WG: EUR 9,130 (Austria) (18 April 2010) (51 screens) WG: HRK 57,422 (Croatia) (9 May 2010) (10 screens) WG: HRK 122,413 (Croatia) (25 April 2010) (10 screens) WG: HRK 195,554 (Croatia) (18 April 2010) (10 screens) WG: DKK 716,151 (Denmark) (2 May 2010) (45 screens) WG: DKK 881,356 (Denmark) (25 April 2010) (45 screens) WG: DKK 1,347,459 (Denmark) (18 April 2010) (45 screens) WG: EUR 37,356 (Finland) (2 May 2010) (32 screens) WG: EUR 46,386 (Finland) (25 April 2010) (37 screens) WG: EUR 6,344 (Finland) (18 April 2010) (35 screens) WG: EUR 1,032,070 (France) (2 May 2010) (370 screens) WG: EUR 1,611,901 (France) (25 April 2010) (371 screens) WG: EUR 313,818 (Germany) (2 May 2010) (363 screens) WG: EUR 385,121 (Germany) (25 April 2010) (359 screens) WG: EUR 37,821 (Greece) (2 May 2010) (31 screens) WG: EUR 85,155 (Greece) (25 April 2010) (32 screens) WG: HKD 417,905 (Hong Kong) (2 May 2010) (17 screens) WG: HKD 1,436,388 (Hong Kong) (25 April 2010) (32 screens) WG: HKD 1,697,641 (Hong Kong) (18 April 2010) (35 screens) WG: ISK 1,608,342 (Iceland) (2 May 2010) (5 screens) WG: ISK 3,099,704 (Iceland) (25 April 2010) (5 screens) WG: ISK 3,230,056 (Iceland) (18 April 2010) (5 screens) WG: MYR 69,443 (Malaysia) (2 May 2010) (38 screens) WG: MYR 291,062 (Malaysia) (25 April 2010) (50 screens) WG: MYR 304,787 (Malaysia) (18 April 2010) (50 screens) WG: EUR 136,604 (Netherlands) (2 May 2010) (101 screens) WG: EUR 163,645 (Netherlands) (25 April 2010) (99 screens) WG: EUR 207,918 (Netherlands) (18 April 2010) (99 screens) WG: NZD 17,056 (New Zealand) (9 May 2010) (16 screens) WG: NZD 78,117 (New Zealand) (25 April 2010) (34 screens) WG: NZD 119,547 (New Zealand) (18 April 2010) (35 screens) WG: NZD 119,029 (New Zealand) (11 April 2010) (35 screens) WG: NOK 271,861 (Norway) (9 May 2010) (23 screens) WG: NOK 597,153 (Norway) (25 April 2010) (39 screens) WG: NOK 970,861 (Norway) (18 April 2010) (47 screens) WG: NOK 1,280,686 (Norway) (11 April 2010) (51 screens) WG: PHP 894,302 (Philippines) (2 May 2010) (5 screens) WG: PHP 1,174,455 (Philippines) (25 April 2010) (25 screens) WG: PHP 2,488,956 (Philippines) (18 April 2010) (25 screens) WG: PLN 138,729 (Poland) (25 April 2010) (72 screens) WG: PLN 116,576 (Poland) (18 April 2010) (72 screens) WG: EUR 30,496 (Portugal) (2 May 2010) (45 screens) WG: EUR 56,989 (Portugal) (25 April 2010) (46 screens) WG: ROL 12,398 (Romania) (2 May 2010) (8 screens) WG: ROL 53,400 (Romania) (25 April 2010) (8 screens) WG: RUR 3,622,050 (Russia) (2 May 2010) (135 screens) WG: RUR 20,245,000 (Russia) (25 April 2010) (332 screens) WG: RUR 35,739,100 (Russia) (18 April 2010) (330 screens) WG: SGD 41,147 (Singapore) (2 May 2010) (22 screens) WG: SGD 259,572 (Singapore) (25 April 2010) (22 screens) WG: SGD 379,701 (Singapore) (18 April 2010) (22 screens) WG: ZAR 201,662 (South Africa) (2 May 2010) (41 screens) WG: ZAR 377,165 (South Africa) (25 April 2010) (40 screens) WG: KRW 94,911,748 (South Korea) (2 May 2010) (232 screens) WG: KRW 682,533,954 (South Korea) (25 April 2010) (251 screens) WG: SEK 416,159 (Sweden) (9 May 2010) (30 screens) WG: SEK 706,560 (Sweden) (25 April 2010) (30 screens) WG: SEK 773,508 (Sweden) (18 April 2010) (30 screens) WG: SEK 1,145,015 (Sweden) (11 April 2010) (30 screens) WG: TWD 1,563,030 (Taiwan) (2 May 2010) (50 screens) WG: TWD 5,178,230 (Taiwan) (25 April 2010) (58 screens) WG: TWD 5,628,228 (Taiwan) (18 April 2010) (18 screens) WG: THB 283,363 (Thailand) (2 May 2010) (30 screens) WG: THB 2,455,405 (Thailand) (25 April 2010) (58 screens) WG: THB 3,227,997 (Thailand) (18 April 2010) (56 screens)

Movie Certificate

18A (Canada)(Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario)
15 (Denmark)
R (USA)(certificate #45914)
MA (Australia)
15 (UK)
16 (Ireland)
R18 (New Zealand)
K-15 (Finland)
15 (Norway)
M18 (Singapore)
18 (South Korea)
16 (Germany)
13+ (Canada)(Quebec)
14 (Iceland)
III (Hong Kong)
R-13 (Philippines)(MTRCB)
M/16 (Portugal)
16 (Netherlands)
16 (Argentina)
18 (Brazil)
16 (Spain)
18 (Ireland)(DVD rating)
U (France)(with warning)
18A (Canada)(Canadian Home Video rating)
15 (Sweden)
18 (Malaysia)
R15+ (Japan)
18 (Peru)
14 (Chile)
VM14 (Italy)
U/A (India)
18+ (Canada)(TV rating)


  1. Davis, Ben (IX) (director of photography)

Dress Designers

  1. Sheldon, Sammy (I)


A-Film Distribution [nl] - (2010) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
A-Film Home Entertainment [nl] - (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD)
A-Film Home Entertainment [nl] - (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Acme Film [lt] - (2010) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2010) (Argentina) (DVD)
Bioscop [cz] - (2010) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
CN Entertainment [hk] - (2010) (Hong Kong) (DVD)
CN Entertainment [hk] - (2010) (Hong Kong) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
CatchPlay [tw] - (2010) (Taiwan) (theatrical)
Cathay-Keris Films [sg] - (2010) (Singapore) (theatrical)
Culture Publishers (CP) [jp] - (2010) (Japan) (theatrical)
Emperor Motion Pictures [hk] - (2010) (Hong Kong) (all media)
Film1 [nl] - (2011) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
IPA Asia Pacific [us] - (2010) (Thailand) (all media)
Innoform Media [sg] - (2010) (Singapore) (theatrical)
InterCom [hu] - (2010) (Hungary) (theatrical)
Lark Films Distribution [hk] - (2010) (Hong Kong) (theatrical)
Leopolis [ru] - (2010) (Russia) (theatrical)
Lionsgate Home Entertainment [us] - (2010) (USA) (DVD)
Lionsgate Home Entertainment [us] - (2010) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Lionsgate [us] - (2010) (USA) (theatrical)
Lotte Entertainment [kr] - (2010) (South Korea) (theatrical)
Maple Pictures [ca] - (2010) (Canada) (theatrical)
Media Pro Film Distribution [ro] - (2010) (Romania) (theatrical)
Metropolitan Filmexport [fr] - (2010) (France) (theatrical)
Monolith [pl] - (2010) (Poland) (theatrical)
Nordisk Film Theatrical Distribution [fi] - (2010) (Finland) (theatrical)
Nordisk Film [dk] - (2010) (Denmark) (theatrical)
Nordisk Film [fi] - (2010) (Finland) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Nordisk Film [no] - (2010) (Norway) (theatrical)
Nordisk Film [se] - (2010) (Sweden) (theatrical)
Nordisk Film [se] - (2010) (Sweden) (DVD)
Nordisk Film [se] - (2010) (Sweden) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Nu Metro Theatres [za] - (2010) (South Africa) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures [nz] - (2010) (New Zealand) (theatrical)
Paramount Pictures do Brasil [br] - (2010) (Brazil) (theatrical)
Prisvídeo - Edições Videográficas [pt] - (2010) (Portugal) (theatrical)
RTL Entertainment [nl] - (2012) (Netherlands) (TV) (RTL5)
Spike TV [us] - (2013) (USA) (TV) (cable)
Tanweer Films [ae] - (2011) (India) (TV)
United International Pictures (UIP) [ar] - (2010) (Argentina) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [hr] - (2010) (Croatia) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment [br] - (2010) (Brazil) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [at] - (2010) (Austria) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [au] - (2010) (Australia) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [ch] - (2010) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [de] - (2010) (Germany) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [gb] - (2010) (UK) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [mx] - (2010) (Mexico) (theatrical) (Latin America)
Viva International Pictures [ph] - (2010) (Philippines) (theatrical)
Warner Roadshow Film Distributors [gr] - (2010) (Greece) (theatrical)


  1. Abbondanza, Jay (key production assistant: New York)
  2. Alexander, Scott (V) (assistant location manager)
  3. Armstrong, Samantha (I) (script supervisor: second unit)
  4. Baldwin, Fiona (assistant production coordinator)
  5. Batten, Lex (project supervisor: technicolor)
  6. Blyth, David (II) (floor runner)
  7. Boyd, Matthew (III) (floor runner)
  8. Broadfoot, Duncan (location assistant: uk)
  9. Brody, Clare (data operator: Technicolor)
  10. Chadderton, Kate (production assistant)
  11. Corff, Bob (voice coach)
  12. Crooke, Tom (location manager)
  13. Curtis, Matt (II) (title design)
  14. Dabney, Vana (I) (development intern)
  15. Davies, Mark (XVII) (head of security)
  16. Davison, Michael (I) (assistant: Mr. Cage)
  17. Dejczak, Marty (location manager)
  18. Dong, Marie (assistant accountant)
  19. Dunne, Kimberley (on set runner: Double Negative)
  20. Eisen, Andrea (set tutor)
  21. Ellison, Joy (voice coach)
  22. Ferlisi, Scott (location scout: New York)
  23. Fitzgerald, Bryan (I) (body double: Aaron Johnson)
  24. Flindall, Raymond (wire rigger)
  25. Garrett, Elizabeth (IV) (production coordinator: NY Unit)
  26. Garrett, Elizabeth (IV) (production office coordinator: New York)
  27. Grant, James (XIII) (location manager)
  28. Gross, Jo (production coordinator)
  29. Hewett, Warwick (titles producer: Rushes) (uncredited)
  30. Hills, Joel (floor runner)
  31. Holt, Steve (IV) (on-set medic)
  32. Horvat, Daniel (production accountant: Toronto)
  33. Jeffries, Nick (I) (key armourer)
  34. Kagen, Betsy (producer's assistant: New York)
  35. Karn, Robert (production staff)
  36. Keane, Ronan (payroll accountant)
  37. Kenny, Carly (production assistant: documentary)
  38. Kron, Justin (location manager: New York)
  39. Kron, Justin (locations manager: New York)
  40. Lacoursiere, Joel (photo double)
  41. Lacoursiere, Joel (photo double: Frank d'Amico)
  42. Larsen, Tori (production assistant)
  43. Mackenzie, Iain (II) (assistant: Adam Bohling & David Reid)
  44. Mann, Stacy (I) (unit publicist)
  45. Mansfield, Leonie (assistant: Matthew Vaughn)
  46. McNamara, Josey (floor runner: second unit) (uncredited)
  47. Meaden, Adam (location production assistant)
  48. Mendes, Eleanor (assistant production coordinator: Toronto)
  49. Miles, Laura (I) (script supervisor second unit)
  50. Mitchell, Damian (supervising armorer)
  51. Moore, Kati (location production assistant)
  52. Moulson, Chris (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  53. Nixon, John (III) (armorer)
  54. Osborne, Dan (armorer)
  55. Penn, Annie (script supervisor)
  56. Plose, Rachel (financial controller)
  57. Rich, Brieann (set medic: New York)
  58. Rich, Nicholas (key set medic: New York, NY)
  59. Richards, Bill (III) (aerial coordinator: New York)
  60. Richards, Bill (III) (helicopter pilot: New York)
  61. Rippon, James (production assistant)
  62. Rothwell, Ben (V) (on-set armorer)
  63. Rowles, Len (daily floor runner)
  64. Shaw, David Andy (production assistant)
  65. Smith, David A. (VII) (post production assistant)
  66. Stowell, Ashley (on-set medic)
  67. Stratford, Roy (armoury engineer)
  68. Sutton, Alan (I) (fire safety coordinator)
  69. Tommasini, Dave (helicopter pilot: Toronto)
  70. Vangrofsky, Gayle (production supervisor: New York)
  71. Viita, Mariia (floor runner)
  72. Whyte, Garath (behind-the-scenes video)
  73. Wilton, Anna (production runner) (as Anna Corinda Wilton)
  74. Wise, Antonia (production secretary)


Dave Lizewski: How do I get a hold of you? Hit Girl: [sarcastically] You just contact the mayor's office. He has a special signal he shines in the sky; it's in the shape of a giant cock. Damon Macready: [from trailer] Tool up, honey bunny. It's time to get bad guys. Hit Girl: So, you wanna play? Hit Girl: Okay you cunts... Let's see what you can do now! Damon Macready: So... Have you thought a little more about what you might want for your birthday? Mindy Macready: Can I get a puppy? Damon Macready: [surprised] You wanna get a dog? Mindy Macready: Yeah, a cuddly fluffy one, and a Bratz movie-star make over Sasha! [Damon is stunned] Mindy Macready: [laughs] I'm just fucking with you Daddy! Look, I'd love a Benchmade model 42 butterfly knife. Damon Macready: [relieved] Oh, child... You always knock me for a loop! Huge Goon: Fuck this shit, I'm getting the bazooka! Katie Deauxma: Dave? What the fuck are you doing? Why are you dressed as Kick-Ass? Dave Lizewski: Because I am Kick-Ass! Katie Deauxma: What are you talking about? Dave Lizewski: I'm also not gay! Katie Deauxma: Fuck! Diner Fight Guy 1: The fuck is wrong with you, man? You'd rather die for some piece of shit that you don't even fucking know? Dave Lizewski: The three assholes, laying into one guy while everybody else watches? And you wanna know what's wrong with me? Yeah, I'd rather die... so bring it on! Dave Lizewski: Even with my metal plates and my fucked up nerve endings, I gotta tell you, that hurt! But not half as much as the idea of leaving everything behind. Katie, my dad, Todd and Marty... and all the things I'd never do. Like learn to drive or see what me and Katie's kids would look like or find out what happened on "Lost". And if you're reassuring yourself that I'm going to make it through this since I'm talking to you now, quit being such a smart-ass! Hell dude, you never seen "Sin City"? "Sunset Boulevard"? "American Beauty"? Chris D'Amico: Dad, you better fire this asshole! Frank D'Amico: Ignore him... a bazooka? [the huge goon nods] Frank D'Amico: OK. Huge Goon: [preparing to fire the bazooka] I always wanted to say this. Say hello to my little friend! Dave Lizewski: With no power, comes no responsibility. Except, *that* wasn't true. Dave Lizewski: Like most people my age, I just existed. Dave Lizewski: Fuck you, Mr. Bitey! Todd: Yeah! I think I'm in love with her, dude. Marty: She looks like she's about 11 years old but... Todd: I can wait! I solemnly vow to save myself for her. Marty: I can see how that would be really difficult for you. Damon Macready: [finding Marcus in his apartment, pointing a gun at him] How'd you find me, Marcus? Sergeant Marcus Williams: One of us is still a cop, remember? Sergeant Marcus Williams: You owe that girl a childhood. Damon Macready: I'll tell you who owes her a childhood, FRANK D'AMICO! Hit Girl: Show's over, motherfuckers. [shoots camera] Damon Macready: Hit-Girl, back to headquarters! Damon Macready: Mindy, no more homework, Babydoll. Time for Frank D'Amico to go bye-bye. Hit Girl: Whatta douche! Hit Girl: [to kick-ass] Hey Green asshole! You can't use the front door now! Dave Lizewski: [introducing himself] Dave. Dave Lizewski. Hit Girl: [laughs] I know that, dumbass! Hit Girl: Aww dude, that is one *gay* looking taser. Chris D'Amico: Yeah, that's right! We're superheroes! You love us! Frank D'Amico: Playtime's over kid. Hit Girl: I *never* "play" [Big Daddy just shot a man who was sneaking up on Hit-Girl as he was about to kill her] Damon Macready: Now Hit-Girl, we always keep our backs where? Hit Girl: To the wall Daddy, I know. Um, it... it won't happen again. Nice shot, by the way. Damon Macready: Thank you. Dave Lizewski: If it wasn't for you, I'd be dead. Hit Girl: And if it wasn't for you... my dad wouldn't be. [Stu barges into Frank's office and Frank almost shoots him] Huge Goon: Whoa! It's only me boss. Everything's under control. [slowly creeps over to the bazooka while Frank & Chris stare at him] Chris D'Amico: Under control? You're grabbing a fucking bazooka, you dumbass! Huge Goon: [looks at Frank] Sir? Frank D'Amico: Do it. [last lines] Dave Lizewski: [voiceover] Kick-Ass was gone but not forgotten. And my world was a lot safer with the new generation of superheroes. They said I was their inspiration. But all I did was open a door to a world I'd dreamed about since I was a little kid. [cut to Chris/Red Mist in his father's office] Chris D'Amico: A world full of superheroes, eh? [Chris turns around, showing his revamped Red Mist costume, and dons a new, decidedly more 'supervillain' mask] Chris D'Amico: As a great man once said... wait 'til they get a load of me. Dave Lizewski: Jesus, guys, doesn't it bug you? Like thousand of people wanna be Paris Hilton and nobody wants to be Spiderman. Marty: Yeah, what's with that? She has like no tits at all. Todd: Maybe it's the porn tape, he doesn't have a porn tape. Marty: You guys never saw "One Night In Spiderman"? [Chris hands his father a list] Frank D'Amico: What's this? Chris D'Amico: That's everything I need. And you may have to screw someone over. Like Louie... Big Joe: Louie? Whoa, Chris. Chris D'Amico: Or somebody, it doesn't have to be Louie. Big Joe: Tony. Chris D'Amico: Tony! Frank D'Amico: Tony? Chris D'Amico: I've always hated Tony. Big Joe: Yeah, fuck Tony. He's a scumbag. Frank D'Amico: Tony. [hands the paper back] Mindy Macready: Daddy? I'm scared. Damon Macready: Come on, Mindy, honey? Be a big girl now. There's nothing to be afraid of. Mindy Macready: Is it gonna hurt bad? Damon Macready: Aww, child. Only for a second, sugar. Damon Macready: [testing her] A handgun bullet travels at? More than? Mindy Macready: [roles eyes] 700 miles an hour. Damon Macready: 700 miles an hour. So at close range like this, the force is gonna take you off your feet for sure, but it's really no more painful than a punch in the chest. Mindy Macready: [mumbles to herself] I hate getting punched in the chest. Damon Macready: [cocks gun] You're gonna be fine, baby doll! [he aims and fires, hitting her squarely in the chest. She goes flying off her feet, landing on her back] Damon Macready: [walking up to her as she pulls the bullet out of her bullet-proof vest hidden underneath her jacket] How was that? Not so bad. Kinda fun, huh? Now you know how it feels. You won't be scared when some junkie asshole pulls a glock. Mindy Macready: [smiling] I wouldn't have been scared anyways! Damon Macready: That's my girl. [helping her up] Alright, up you get. Two more rounds and then home. Mindy Macready: Again? Damon Macready: Uh-huh. Mindy Macready: Look, only if we can go by the bowling alley on the way back. Damon Macready: The bowling alley? Mindy Macready: Yeah, and ice cream after! Damon Macready: [thinking about it for a second] Huh... okay. Two more rounds. No wincing... No whining! And you got yourself a deal, young lady. Mindy Macready: Yeah! I'm gonna get a hot fudge sundae! Damon Macready: Good call, baby doll! [shoots her again] Big Daddy: Take cover child! Big Daddy: Go to Robiiiin's Reveeeeeeeenge! Big Daddy: Good job. I'm so proud of you, baby doll. Are you okay? Hit Girl: Mhmm... but getting shot, Daddy... it hurt a lot more than when you did it. Big Daddy: That's because I used low velocity rounds, child... he... he... Hit Girl: You're the kindest Daddy in the whole world. Big Daddy: No, I just... I love you... Hit Girl: I love you, too, Daddy... I love you, too, Daddy. Sleep tight. [Dave sees Hit-Girl studying security cam footage] Dave Lizewski: Is that Frank D'Amico's place? All that security? What are you, crazy? Hit Girl: My mom already died for nothing. So I'm sure as hell not gonna let my dad die for nothing too. Dave Lizewski: You can't do this on your own. Hit Girl: Exactly. You wanna deal with owing my dad? Then shut the hell up, and pick your weapon. Dave Lizewski: I'll be honest, there wasn't a whole lot of crime-fighting in those first few weeks. But even so, my new vocation kept me plenty busy. I called it preparation. But if you called it fantasizing, it would've been hard to argue. All I knew was, I never felt so good about myself. Mrs. Zane: [From Dave's fantasy where she wears nothing but her bra and underwear, with a seductive tone] Look at me, Dave; Look at me. Dave Lizewski: This is awesome! I look like frickin' Wolverine! Frank D'Amico: I gotta send a public service message to the people out there that being a superhero is bad for your health. Dave Lizewski: What's the difference between Spider-Man and Peter Parker? Spider-Man gets the girl. Dave Lizewski: Like every serial killer already knew: eventually fantasizing just doesn't do it for you anymore. Frank D'Amico: [in falsetto voice] Mommy, I want to have a Kick-Ass party! Todd: What do you think, Katie? Katie Deauxma: I don't know. But I think Kick-Ass is cuter. Dave Lizewski: You do? Katie Deauxma: Oh yeah. I'd totally fuck his brains out if I got the chance. Dave Lizewski: Really? You would? Katie Deauxma: Definitely. Dave Lizewski: Well, you interested in checking out that new Kate Hudson movie where she's like a shoe designer? I think we can make the next showing... Katie Deauxma: Totally. [Frank D'Amico is about to shoot Hit-Girl, sees Dave] Dave Lizewski: [pointing a bazooka at Frank] Why don't you pick on someone your own size? Hit Girl: [after Hit-Girl and Kick-Ass have landed on the roof of Mindy's building with the jet-pack] Thanks, Kick-Ass. My daddy... He would have been proud of *both* of us. Dave Lizewski: [removes his mask] Dave... [extends his hand]... Dave Lizewski. Hit Girl: [smiles] I know that, dumbass. [chuckles, then removes her own wig and mask] Mindy... Mindy Macready. [She extends her own hand and they shake as both a formal introduction and recognition of their new partnership] Damon Macready: [Damon is studying security videos and blueprints for Frank D'Amico's building] We've gotta get *over* it, on *top* of it, and then *into* it! Right in the middle of it! Mindy Macready: [looks up from the computer screen she's been studying] Daddy, I think I found one. It's perfect, and they can deliver it in three days. [slightly deflated as she looks at the price] Ah... It's three hundred thousand bucks. Damon Macready: [walks around the desk to examine her discovery on the the computer screen] Can you think of anything else you'd rather spend it on? [sees what's on the screen] Oooohhhhhhhh, my gosh! That is *cool*! Mindy Macready: [smiling] Yeah! Damon Macready: Add to shopping cart. Mindy Macready: Okay. Dave Lizewski: [voiceover] In the world I lived in, heroes only existed in comic books. And I guess that'd be okay, if bad guys were make-believe too, but they're not. [first lines] Dave Lizewski: I always wondered why nobody did it before me. I mean, all those comic books, movies, TV shows. You think that one eccentric loner would've made himself a costume. I mean, is everyday life really so exciting? Are schools and offices so thrilling that I'm the only one who fantasized about this? Come on, be honest with yourself. At some point in our lives we all wanna be a superhero. Dave Lizewski: That's not me,by the way. That's some Armenia guy with a history of mental health problems. Hit Girl: [grinning at bad guy's balisong knife] Hey, I got one of those! Leroy: [to Kick-Ass] Who the fuck are you supposed to be? The green condom? You know it ain't Halloween for another few months, kid? Cody: [to Big Daddy] Let me out now? I gave you all them names and addresses. Hey, I won't say nothing to nobody. You and your crazy midget friend can go bash whoever you want. Hey, come on. Hey, I know some very bad people up town. Really nasty individuals. Dave Lizewski: That's not me, by the way. That's some Armenian dude with a history of mental health problems. Who am I? I'm kick ass! [six months earlier] That's me. Back before any of this crazy shit happened. I guess I'm the last person you'd expect to become a superhero. I'm not saying there was anything wrong with me, but there was nothing special, either. I wasn't into sports, I wasn't a mathlete or a hardcore gamer. I didn't have a piercing, or an eating disorder, or 3000 friends on MySpace. My only superpower was being invisible to girls. And out of my friends, man, I wasn't even the funny one. Like most people my age, I just existed.

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. All Star Lanes, Whiteleys Shopping Centre, Bayswater, London, England, UK
  2. Charles Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  3. Cinespace Film Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada - (studio)
  4. Dip 'n Sip Donuts - 663 Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  5. Elstree Studios, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England, UK - (studio)
  6. Keith Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - (Dave's House)
  7. London, England, UK
  8. Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK - (studio)
  9. Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
  10. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  11. Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada


- 'Joseph Gilgun' (qv) was offered a role in this but had to pass because of his Emmerdale schedule.

- 'Nicolas Cage' (qv) (Damon Macready) and 'Lyndsy Fonseca' (qv) (Katie Deauxma) both share the same birthday (7th January).

- Both 'Daniel Craig (I)' (qv) and 'Mark Wahlberg (I)' (qv) were considered for the role of Big Daddy before 'Nicolas Cage' (qv) was cast.

- After Kick-Ass first meets Hit-Girl, we see Big Daddy standing in front of a billboard featuring 'Claudia Schiffer' (qv), wife of director 'Matthew Vaughn (I)' (qv).

- 'Nicolas Cage' (qv) modeled his speech mannerisms as Big Daddy on original _"Batman" (1966)_ (qv) 'Adam West (I)' (qv). According to 'Matthew Vaughn (I)' (qv), Cage started acting out his lines this way at the first costume fitting. The director was happy for Cage to continue with this performance in the film, citing his irritation with the gravelly voice 'Christian Bale' (qv) used in _The Dark Knight (2008)_ (qv).

- 'Mark Millar (I)' (qv) revealed Kick-Ass would not have existed if not for 'Glen Michael (I)' (qv) and his Cartoon Cavalcade TV show.

- The cameo scene starring 'Glen Michael (I)' (qv) was edited out.

- CAMEO('Stan Lee (I)'