‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Trailer Features Channing Tatum & The Return Of A Fan Favorite Character

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The wait is finally over… your first look at the Kingsman sequel is here and it’s full of action, cowboy hats and dapper suits!

On Monday (April 25), 20th Century Fox released the official trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, and the sequel — or at least its trailer — is definitely living up to the hype and excitement that came with the original 2014 film.

The trailer begins with a voice saying, “Eggsy I saw in you what someone once saw in me. Something that can’t be taught, the makings of a Kingsman.”

As we hear the English voice, we see Eggsy (Taron Egerton) arrive at the Kingsman suit shop, put on one of the many snappy suits he wears in the trailer, and prepare for another mission. You then see him driving an underwater submarine, which is actually a black taxi cab.

“I hope you’re ready for what comes next,” the voice says before what looks like the Kingsman Headquarters is blown up by a missile. As Eggsy stands amongst the building’s ruins — in a bold red suit — you can tell he’s going to do everything he can to right this wrong.

 

 

Next, we see Eggsy on an island, training, followed by a ton of action sequences, including jumping over cars, fighting in bars, and more explosions.

Oh, and we also get a look at the Kingsman’s American counterparts, the Statesman, wearing cowboy hats and fighting with gadgets of their own. Who are these Statesman? Well, they are actually good guys helping Eggsy, played by Channing Tatum and Jeff Bridges!

In addition to introducing new characters at the end of the trailer — like Halle Berry and Julianne Moore — we see the return of one major character… Colin Firth’s Harry Hart.

At the very end you see Firth’s character, who we thought was dead, sporting an eye patch while shaving.

With Firth’s return, we have no doubt the spy games will be kicking into high gear again in the sequel!

Kingsman: The Golden Circle hits theaters on September 22, 2017.

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