Mark Millar, who has almost finished book for third film, urges producers to move quickly before stars become too old• Kick-Ass 2: first-look review• Chloë Grace Moretz on Kick-Ass 2: ‘It’s anti-comic book’ • Jim Carrey condemns violence in his own movie, Kick-Ass 2Kick-Ass’s creator, Mark Millar, is planning a third instalment of the comic-book movie saga, but says it will be its last outing, according to the Press Association.Millar, whose graphic novels about a teenager who decides to become a superhero despite having no superpowers form the basis of the film series, revealed that he is already working on a Kick-Ass 3 comic. His proposed movie version would see Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Chloë Grace Moretz return for one last hurrah as masked crime fighters Kick-Ass, aka Dave Lizewski, and Hit-Girl. “It’s the conclusion of the Dave Lizewski story. I’m almost done, I’ve nearly finished the book,” said Millar, who took a producer’s role on both 2010’s Kick-Ass and current sequel Kick-Ass 2. “It’s the end. It’s weird. My agent keeps saying to me, ‘We’re making a lot of money here. Let’s do Kick-Ass 4 and 5.’ But I said, ‘No, I’ve got to stay true to my principles’.”Millar said …read more

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