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'ghostgirl' YA books resurrected for the big screen by 'Kick-Ass' filmmaker

The filmmaker behind Kick-Ass and X-Men: First Class has set his sights on a new tale of adolescent angst and otherworldly power. Matthew Vaughn’s MARV Films has picked up the film rights to ghostgirl, the globally popular series of YA novels by Tonya Hurley.

The books focus on Charlotte Usher, a teenage girl whose fears of being unseen become a reality when she dies in embarrassing manner – choking on gummy bears. But her misfit spirit continues to haunt an afterlife version of high school as she yearns for her living, breathing crush while contending with an unholy host of spectral classmates and instructors. READ FULL STORY

'Kingsman: The Secret Service' trailer: Meet the new breed of knights

Super spies aren’t born — they have to learn some manners first. And undergo heart-stopping, think-on-your-feet training, as we learn in the first trailer for Kingsman: The Secret Service. Based on the graphic novel by Mark Millar and artist Dave Gibbons, it’s the next comic book movie from X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn, who also adapted Millar’s Kick-Ass for the big screen.

The movie stars Colin Firth as a suave agent who recruits a promising street punk (newcomer Taron Egerton) for Kingsman, an elite independent international intelligence agency. At the same time the kid signs up, a global threat from a nasty tech genius emerges. Michael Caine and Samuel L. Jackson — who speaks with a lisp and complains about everyone’s British accents — also star. Take a look below: READ FULL STORY

Colin Firth talks action movie debut in 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' -- FIRST LOOK

Colin Firth plays a suave intelligence agent who grooms a teen delinquent (British newcomer Taron Egerton) into a superspy in Kingsman: The Secret Service (out Oct. 24). The film — co-starring Michael Caine and a villainous Samuel L. Jackson — is based on the beloved comic book by Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar, itself a riff on Millar and director Matthew Vaughn’s mutual love of old espionage flicks. READ FULL STORY

Samuel L. Jackson's next comic book movie: 'The Secret Service'

Samuel L. Jackson already has a busy career as Nick Fury, Marvel Studios’ designated charisma machine and official mascot. It’s the role that seems destined to put his Guinness ranking as the highest-grossing actor in history to stratospheric Ripken-streak levels. But the actor just hopped aboard another comic book adaptation to play a decidedly un-Nick Fury character. EW has confirmed Variety‘s report that the actor has joined Matthew Vaughn’s The Secret Service, an adaptation of the Mark Millar-Dave Gibbons spy thriller. (Vaughn previously adapted Millar’s Kick-Ass.) Jackson is playing the character Valentine, the film’s antagonist. The Secret Service is currently slated for a late 2014 release.

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