(Source:┬áreelzchannel.com) Director Matthew Vaughn likes to do things his own way. When his friend, comic book writer Mark Millar, approached him with the idea of making a movie based on his Kick-Ass comic book, Vaughn refused to leave it up to “the whores in Hollywood.” Instead, he went out and raised Kick-Ass’s $50 million budget himself.

One of the ways Vaughn avoided the inflated budgets of other “superhero” movies is by filming as much as possible with his cameras, rather than relying on CGI, a technology that he is not very comfortable using.

I hate [CGI]. F*cking green screen. It’s like, for me, CGI is for when you really can’t do it in camera. I use it when I have to, but I just think it’s fake.

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