Kingsman: The Golden Circle is all set for theatrical release later this fall, and the movie’s trailer teaser should serve to stoke the fires of anticipation even further for those eager to return to the comic book-based franchise. Following the release of the first Kingsman movie (released in 2015), fans of the Matthew Vaughan directed spy-comedy are in for another treat when co-stars Taron Egerton and Colin Firth return as British secret agents Gary “Eggsy” Unwin and Harry Hart in an all-new adventure.
Vaughan co-wrote the screenplay for Kingsman: The Golden Circle with returning collaborator Jane Goldman – further expanding upon the universe that originated in the graphic novel The Secret Service (created by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar), with plenty of new faces and characters in tow. Centering around a trip undertaken by Eggsy, Harry, and the Kingsman trainer, technical support, and field agent Merlin (Mark Strong), the new movie will see the British operatives meeting up with their American counterparts in the form of the Statesmen.
In the footage featured above, potential viewers of Kingsman: The Golden Circle can catch their first rapid-pace glimpse of the Kingsman sequel proper, and begin to anticipate all of the shenanigans and derring-do that Egerton, Firth, and Strong can be expected to get up to next. With Julianne Moore lending her talent to the role of central antagonist Poppy, a bid for world domination at the hands of “The Golden Circle” is afoot.
In addition to Moore, Kingsman: The Golden Circle will also feature supporting turns from such A-list talent as Jeff Bridges, Elton John, and Channing Tatum, and will no doubt send the entire franchise into uncharted territory that is sure to please fans of the kinds of mad-cap action genre set pieces previously explored by Vaughan and company. Eggsy appears primed to fully immerse himself into the spy life in fast-motion, and potential viewers will want to take notice.
Considering the fact that the first film in the series was the most commercially successful theatrical release in Vaughan’s entire career, anticipation for Kingsman: The Golden Circle comes with a certain amount of box office speculation. The first movie grossed a grand total of $414 million worldwide, thus paving the way for another successful spy-comedy suited to please general audiences eager for another spin in its wildly original world.
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Source: 20th Century Fox