Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Jane Goldman on Kick-Ass

In The Observer, Elizabeth Day talks to screenwriter Jane Goldman about Kick-Ass, the film she co-wrote with Matthew Vaughn (based on the comic book series by Mark Millar) that has caused outrage in some sections of the media.
"People's intolerance, I find puzzling," she says, a vertical crinkle appearing between her eyes. "The fact that I was singled out, I found bizarre but it didn't upset me, I just thought it was peculiar. It's funny – it's very rare that a movie is described as a writer's movie. It was kind of ironic that it was only when people had decided there was something negative about it that it was the writer's movie."

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