Jim Carrey has taken to Twitter to let the world know that he's not feeling too great about the plethora of violence in the upcoming Kick-Ass 2, citing the Sandy Hook massacre as a new point of context in his decision.

Graphic novel author Mark Millar has offered that there is nothing in the final cut that wasn't in the screenplay before filming started, according to The Huffington Post.

Regardless, it's unclear if Carrey's statement is more of a criticism, distancing, or just a demonstration of a newfound sensitivity to media violence, but perhaps Jim Carrey would be willing to admit that a few other violent programs and films are probably bigger culprits here than a satirical superhero movie stemming from a thinking man's comic book.