Another day, another batch of blurry set photos featuring some of your favorite barely recognizable stars. Today, we have our first look at Kick-Ass 2 star Christopher Mintz-Plasse in costume as The Motherfucker. He doesn’t appear to be dressed in the same black-and-orange duds we saw him in at the end of Kick-Ass, but it’s hard to get a decent look in these lo-res images. We’ve also got first looks at Michael Fassbender and Javier Bardem in Ridley Scott’s The Counselor. I didn’t think it possible, but Bardem looks even stranger here than he does in Skyfall. Maybe it’s just the pocket-fan. Hit the jump to check out the set photos.
Director Jeff Wadlow’s Kick-Ass 2 introduces a host of new superheroes and reunites us with our favorites from the original. The set photos come courtesy of CBM. The Counselor, written by none other than Cormac McCarthy, centers on an attorney (Fassbender) who gets in over his head with a drug dealer (Bardem). Photos via Just Jared. Check them out below:
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