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Kick-Ass 2010

Kick-Ass

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Starring

Actor
Character
Dave Lizewski / Kick-Ass
Garrett M. Brown
Mr. Lizewski
Evan Peters
Todd
Deborah Twiss
Mrs. Zane
Lyndsy Fonseca
Katie Deauxma
Sophie Wu
Erika Cho
Elizabeth McGovern
Mrs. Lizewski
Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Chris D'Amico / Red Mist
Stu Large Riley
Huge Goon
Johnny Hopkins
1st Gang Kid
Ohene Cornelius
2nd Gang Kid
Frank D'Amico
Michael Rispoli
Big Joe
Corey Johnson
Sporty Goon
Kenneth Simmons
Scary Goon
Anthony Desio
Baby Goon
Carlos Peres
Buttons
Randall Batinkoff
Tre Fernandez
Dexter Fletcher
Cody
Mindy Macready / Hit-Girl
Damon Macready / Big Daddy
Russell Bentley
Medic
Jason Flemyng
Lobby Goon
Tamer Hassan
Matthew
Yancy Butler
Angie D'Amico
Adrian Martinez
Ginger Goon
Tim Plester
Danil
Joe Bacino
Posh Goon
Hubert Boorder
Oscar Juarez
Christopher McGuire
Diner Fight Guy #1
Max White
Diner Fight Guy #2
Dean Copkov
Diner Fight Guy #3
Jacob Cartwright
Running Teenager
Maurice DuBois
News Anchor
Dana Tyler
News Anchor
Craig Ferguson
Himself
Omar A. Soriano
Leroy
Katrena Rochell
Female Junkie
Kofi Natei
Rasul
Xander Berkeley
Detective Gigante
Omari Hardwick
Sergeant Marcus Williams
Dan Duran
Reporter
Louis Young
Breaking News Reporter
Val Jobara
Nervous Goon
Quinn Smith
Big Mean Boy
Rab Affleck
Moustache Goon
Mihai Arsene
Michalsky - NYPD Police Officer
Peter Bartfay
Comic Store Customer
Max Callum
Police Officer
Daphne Cheung
Siew Ling
Annie Cooper
Jess
Wayne Curnew
Bartender
Russell De Rozario
Man in Elevator
Alexander Hathaway
Comic Book Store Manager
Tangara Jones
Gang Girl
Dexter Navy
Comic Book Store Employee
Jason Salkey
1st Cop
Melissa Anne Smith
Cheerleader
Kirk Tingblad
Audience Member
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 117 minutes (1 hrs 57 mins)
UK release date UK release: 26th March 2010
 BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating
US release date US release: 16th April 2010
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £11.6 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $48.1 Million
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    Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
    UK total gross
    £11,601,334
    537
    Kick-Ass
    538

    US total gross
    $48,071,303
    1677
    Kick-Ass

    UK Age Rating
    UK BBFC Certificate: 15
    Genres
    Popular in these countries
    • United Kingdom United Kingdom
    • China China
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    UK Box Office Info

    Highest chart position: 3

    Weeks on box office: 7

    UK Box Office Chart History
    Date
    Place
    Week
    Total
    Kick-Ass
    3N
    £3,881,704
    £3,881,704
    3▲▼
    £1,191,069
    £7,001,080
    4
    £910,453
    £9,040,664
    5
    £635,270
    £10,241,210
    8
    £402,864
    £10,991,324
    14
    £137,416
    £11,421,640
    15
    £51,777
    £11,528,933
    18
    £9,271
    £11,576,768
    23
    £2,463
    £11,588,925
    22
    £2,077
    £11,594,478
    23
    £1,736
    £11,597,750
    30
    £1,807
    £11,601,334
    US Box Office Info

    Highest US chart position: 23

    Weeks on US box office: 6

    US Box Office Chart History
    Date
    Place
    Week
    Total
    23N
    $280,612
    $47,171,950
    30
    $150,708
    $47,462,185
    41
    $73,155
    $47,641,561
    34
    $108,352
    $47,790,759
    41
    $76,597
    $47,950,728
    50
    $34,926
    $48,043,505
    Global Box Office Release Breakdown
    No global box office info
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