First Official Picture of Jim Carrey as Colonel Stars and Stripes in 'Kick-Ass 2'

A new band of superheroes is forming

Below is the first official picture of Jim Carrey a Colonel Stars and Stripes in Kick-Ass 2 as seen in the pages of Entertainment Weekly and scanned by Popculturology.

Kick-Ass 2 is a follow-up to the 2010 film, which featured Aaron Johnson as the titular character and the sequel picks up with Kick-Ass' bravery inspiring a new wave of self-made masked crusaders, led by Colonel Stars and Stripes (Carrey). Kick-Ass joins their cause and the following picture is likely their first meeting.

Chloe Moretz is back as Hit Girl and Christopher Mintz-Plasse is back as Red Mist with John Leguizamo, Donald Faison, Morris Chestnut, Lindy Booth and Yancy Butler also joining the cast and a cameo from Nicolas Cage rumored. The film hits theaters on June 28.

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  • Randy

    I hope Jim does a good job on this! a little excited for.

  • TheHey

    I thought Kick-Ass occurs in a generic city but the sign on the right clearly shows they are in Toronto.

    • http://www.rabidpictures.com Yaz

      Easy to fix something like that in post... Though even the first film was obviously shot in Toronto.

      • Joe

        Even though there were clearly cabs driving by with New York related advertisements on them?

  • Greens

    Scanned by Popculturology? They took it from my Tumblr, where I originally uploaded it.

  • JN Films

    YES!!!

  • Jaylav3205

    I'm really looking forward to this film. The first one is a very good film that I enjoyed a lot. I really hope this one lives up to it. Plus I'm a big fan of Jim Carrey inroles like this.

  • Badge

    Well, I'm hoping that Carrey is implying a lighter touch in the film than in the comic, which is just violence for its own sake (maybe the scene where the teenage villain shoots dead a group of playing children for kicks doesn't seem so 'cool' now in light of recent events, hm?)

    • Paul

      still cool