“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” teased by Taron Egerton

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One of last year’s finest action-comedy movie I’ve seen in a long time will get a sequel. I am talking about Kingsman: The Secret Service, a movie revolving around a secret spy organization which trains elite spies meant to keep the world safe. Although there are many movies about spies out there and British spies aren’t something new, Kingsman managed to combine good quality comedy with well-played action and overall the movie raised the bar for future spy movies. Also, Samuel L. Jackson played the villain role uniquely and exceptionally considering that he had to impersonate a twisted tech genius called Valentine.

The new movie will be called “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” and it was teased by the star of the first movie Taron Egerton, on Twitter with the following comment: “A Message from an old friend” followed by a picture with the glasses of Colin Firth (Harry Hart/Galahad) on top of a phrase which says “Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated”. This picture can only mean one thing, that Galahad did not die in the first movie and he will be “revived” in the sequel. Galahad had a great impact on Gary “Eggsy” Unwin, played by Taron Egerton and was the one who brought the boy into the Kingsman’s secret organization for proper training.

Alongside Taron Egerton, Edward Holcroft, and Mark Strong, who will be returning to the sequel “The Golden Circle”, Halle Barry and Julianne Moore will be joining the cast. It is interesting to see what new threat the main character will have to fight against in the sequel considering that he is already trained and a full-fledged spy. Even more, I am very curious to see under what circumstances will Harry Hart/Galahad be resurrected and how will that affect the main character.

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