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The King’s Man drops intense new trailer ahead of movie’s September release

Kingsman prequel The King’s Man is set to hit cinemas on 18 September 2020.
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The King’s Man Official Trailer

Fans have been eagerly waiting for the Kingsman prequel – The King’s Man – to hit the big screen, so the movie’s new trailer is bound to go down a treat.

The King’s Man is set for release on 18 September and giving us a taste of what’s to come, a new trailer for the film dropped on Sunday.

There’s dramatic music, plenty of fight scene montages, explosions here, there and everywhere and an evil laugh that will no doubt be haunting us all in our dreams over the next few months.

It sees the Kingsman introduced for the very first time, with the Duke of Oxford (Ralph Finnes) heard telling his new protege Conrad (played by Harris Dickinson): ‘We are the first independent intelligence agency, refined but brutal, civilised but merciless.’

They star in the trailer alongside the likes of Gemma Arterton who plays Polly and Rhys Ifans as villain Grigori Rasputin.

Matthew Vaughn has directed the movie that boasts a pretty impressive cast, also including Tom Hollander, Daniel Bruhl, Matthew Goode, Djimon Hounsou, Aaron-Taylor Johnson, Stanley Tucci and Charles Dance.


Ralph Fiennes in The King's Man movie
The King’s Man takes place before the Kingsman movies we’re used to (Picture: 20th Century Studios)

It takes place years before the Kingsman we’re used to where Colin Firth plays mentor to Taron Egerton’s Gary Unwin aka Eggsy.

This time round, the Duke of Oxford and his new recruit are in a race against time to stop a collection of the worst tyrants and criminal masterminds as they plot a war to wipe out millions.

Ahead of the movie’s new trailer dropping online, the official Twitter page for The King’s Man had teased fans a new sneak peek of the film would be arriving.

Fans were given a code to decipher, alongside an audio description, in true Kingsman fashion.

Fans have been waiting quite some time for The King’s Man to be released, with the film originally being scheduled to hit cinemas last year, before it was pushed back to February 2020.

It was then pushed back for a second time, with its new release date being confirmed for September.

And fans will also have a third Kingsman movie to look forward to, as director Vaughn revealed plans to get cracking on the follow-up film while discussing his new release.

He said: ‘I love spy movies, and [The King’s Man] is a very very different tone and style and as a spy film, that no one’s made in a long, long time.

‘Then we hope to shoot Kingsman 3 either late this year or early next year, but it won’t be out until 2021, so, who knows?’

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