A good summer action movie doesn't need much: Take one ragtag band of good guys, threaten the world with destruction, add a healthy dose of dynamite, mix together, and repeat over four sequels. But just because blockbuster action films don't need a complicated formula doesn't mean they have to be such sausage parties. Mad Max: Fury Road proved that a simple premise can deliver plenty of thrills without leaving you with a testosterone hangover. Lest you worry that a thirst for explosions will doom you to hours of repeated viewings of Aliens , there are plenty of options for the feminist action fan. Check these out the next time you need a fix. Yes, Tom Cruise is technically the main character. But in this criminally underrated movie, Cruise's cowardly soldier learns everything he needs to know to fend off an alien invasion from Emily Blunt, and he does it over one day and has to repeat until he can manage to survive one massive battle.
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The long-awaited follow-up to comic book tale Kick-Ass could finally be set to enter production, but without original director Matthew Vaughn at the helm, reports Deadline. Mark Millar, who wrote the comic book version of the film and also collaborated with Vaughn and screenwriter Jane Goldman on the movie, has been vocal about his determination to see a sequel in cinemas. Deadline says that studio Universal hopes to have the follow-up in production by August, with new screenwriter Jeff Wadlow directing his own script. Vaughn is committed to the second X-Men: First Class film which also featured Goldman's writing work. It's not known if Kick-Ass 2 will be based on Millar's second series of stories about the amateur masked crime fighter, the final volume of which was published in March.