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‘The King’s Man’ Trailer: Where Did the Legendary Kingsman Agency Come From?

We’ve already seen that the legendary Kingsman intelligence agency can survive pretty anything, whether it’s a mind-altering device that makes the entire world go crazy in Kingsman: The Secret Service or a dangerous drug epidemic in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. But now we’ll see how the Kingsman came to be such legendary protectors of the […]

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New ‘The King’s Man’ Trailer Reveals the Origin of the Stylish Spy Agency

20th Century Fox has released a new trailer for The King’s Man. The film—which was put together rather quickly and quietly—traces the origins of the spy franchise that director Matthew Vaughn brought to life in 2014’s Kingsman: The Secret Service and 2017’s sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The official logline teases that “a collection of […]

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‘The King’s Man’ Trailer: Ralph Fiennes Recruits A New League Of Gentleman For Matthew Vaughn’s Spy Prequel

They had to of started somewhere, didn’t they? That is the premise of “The King’s Man” as we see just how the covert organization was first formed. Director Matthew Vaughn, who directed and co-wrote both “Kingsman: The Secret Service” and “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” takes the reigns for the prequel where we will see the […]

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Film News Roundup: Disney Sets ‘The King’s Man’ Spy Comedy for February

In today’s film news roundup, “The King’s Man” and “A Kid From Coney Island” get release dates, and “Barry” star Anthony Carrigan joins “Bill & Ted Face the Music.”Release DateDisney has set its Fox spy comedy prequel “The King’s Man” for release on Feb. 14, 2020.Disney made the announcement Wednesday at its CineEurope presentation in […]

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‘Kingsman 3’: Taron Egerton Won’t Return As Eggsy

Filmmaker Matthew Vaughn has had his heart set on franchising the sh*t out of his “Kingsman” spy series. He’s had plans for a proper sequel to “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” hopes for a TV series and once discussed a prequel set in the 1900s called “Kingsman: The Great Game.” Today, evidence arrives the next “Kingsman” […]

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‘Rocketman’ First Look: See Taron Egerton as Elton John

After having acted alongside the real Elton John in Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Taron Egerton takes on the role of the legendary musician in Rocketman. Described as a “musical fantasy” rather than a traditional biopic, Rocketman will tell the “uncensored human story of Sir Elton John’s breakthrough years.” In the Rocketman first look below, you […]

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‘Kingsman 3’ Set For Nov. 2019 Return With Matthew Vaughn On Board

Manners maketh man. And writer/director Matthew Vaughn and co-writer Jane Goldman are going to make the third Kingsman film.The third ‘Kingsman’ film – now simply called Kingsman 3 – is set for theaters on November 8, 2019 in what’s being called the capper to the previous two-part series.Reports on just who will be involved are […]

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‘Kingsman 3’ Confirmed for 2019; Matthew Vaughn Will Write and Direct

20th Century Fox has officially confirmed that a third Kingsman film is on its way — currently slated for a November 8, 2019 release date — with Matthew Vaughn back on board to both write and direct.The film would follow up 2017’s Kingsman: The Golden Circle, an odd duck of a spy-satire/action-thriller that was met […]

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‘The Predator’ Chomps On $2.5M Thursday Night – Box Office

20th Century Fox’s reboot of Alien: Covenant from May 2017, which went on to a $36M opening, and just under the $3.4M made by Kingsman: The Golden Circle which continued on to a $39M three-day. Tracking has forecasted that The Predator has a shot at No. 1 with $25M-$30M. As we mentioned earlier, Hurricane Florence […]

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Halle Berry to Star In and Direct Mma Drama ‘Bruised’

Halle Berry has spent the past few years putting in appearances in high-profile sequels like Kingsman: The Golden Circle and X-Men: Days of Future Past and low-budget thrillers like The Call and Kidnap. But now the Oscar winner is set to make her directorial debut with a new movie called Bruised, an mixed martial arts […]

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