‘Kingsman 3′ Confirmed for 2019; Matthew Vaughn Will Write and Direct
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'Kingsman' Prequel Moves to Next February

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Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman untitled prequel will now hit theaters Valentine's Day 2020, instead of this November.

 

Vaughn's Kingsman series is among the key film franchises that Disney will take over. The Kingsman prequel stars a different crew than the first two films, Kingsman: The Secret Service — which also opened over Valentine's Day weekend — and Kingsman: The Golden Circle, although the logline is being kept under wraps. The cast of the prequel includes Ralph Fiennes, Matthew Goode and Harris Dickinson.

 

Vaughn has indicated that he'll next turn his attention to a proper sequel to The Golden Circle.

Not only has the prequel release date moved, but Vaughn is also already starting the process to prepare for Kingsman 4. :whatthe:

Sounds like Disney will keep this franchise going.

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Director Matthew Vaughn said that the forthcoming Kingsman 3 will wrap up the saga of Taron “Eggsy” Egerton and his mentor, Colin “Harry” Firth.

 

The gimmicky British spy saga has seen the two survive the wipeout of virtually all of their fellow Kingsmen in 2017’s The Golden Circle, the sequel to 2014’s The Secret Service.

 

Vaughn told Digital Spy that “We’ve got to finish off the Eggsy and Harry relationship. The final chapter of their relationship needs to be told, which we’ve got ready to do, and I’m hoping to shoot that later this year or the beginning of next year.”

 

That’s no doubt because Egerton and Vaughn collaborated on Rocketman, which just bowed, and Vaughn has a Kingsman prequel, The Great Game, due out next February. That film has Harris Dickinson and Liam Neeson on board.

 

“As Taron was saying, he’s looking forward to becoming Eggsy again, because emotionally it’s a lot less draining.”

 

The third Kingsman film by writer/director Vaughn and co-writer Jane Goldman was planned to come out in November of this year. The films are based on Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar’s comic series, The Secret Service. The films are beloved for their stylized action sequences.

 

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Disney has stayed similarly mum on “The King’s Man,” a oft-delayed prequel in the “Kingsman” series, which is set for early March. There’s slightly more time before the studio would traditionally start showcasing trailers and other promotional materials, but if ads don’t begin materializing within the next few weeks it may be fair to assume that director Matthew Vaughn’s latest installment in the spy comedy franchise is being held up again. There have been rumors that a major streaming service would like to take the film off Disney’s hands, but it’s unclear if the studio would ever sell the movie. Moreover, if it went that route, it could always debut “The King’s Man” on Hulu, which it owns.

 

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Brühl, who is best known for his role as Baron Helmut Zemo in the MCU’s Captain America: Civil War and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, is slated to play Erik Jan Hanussen, a stage clairvoyant who is rumored to have advised Adolf Hitler. Recently speaking with Variety, Brühl described his role in the prequel as “not big” but “pivotal,” and foresees the potential for him to return to the franchise again in the future. Check out his full comments below:

 

"I’ve had a lot of fun with Matthew and the cast. It was a bit of a strategic choice because it’s a pivotal part. It’s not big, but I saw the potential for it to reappear later on, hopefully. That’s the first thing you check: Will they kill me? When will they kill me? How am I going to die?!"

 

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