"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."
Wednesday, April 07, 2010
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.