There’s a lot of great moments in the new trailer including a possible connection between the villains and the Kingsman organization
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A brand new trailer for ‘The King’s Man’ has been released with new footage that teases the main villain for the ‘Kingsman’ prequel movie. There’s a lot of great moments in the new trailer including a possible connection between the villains and the Kingsman organization. Right at the beginning, we see a shadowy figure addressing the cabal of historic villains, wearing a ring with what appears to be a cane engraved on it. The clip then moves on to a submarine where the captain wears an identical ring and launches an attack.
The movie tells the story of how some of the worst of humanity plots to launch a deadly war, the one we know today as World War I. And as the trailer reveals, it’s all just a plot to help these dastardly tyrants get filthy rich while watching the world burn in amusement. We then see some repeated footage from the old trailers of Conrad (Harris Dickinson) telling his father, the Duke of Oxford (Ralph Fiennes), that he wants to get involved in the political turmoil that is ripping Europe apart. We also see a terrorist attack and some trench warfare at this point before the Duke reveals the truth about the world’s power structures.
The Duke tells Conrad that the world is ruled by corruption and greed. We’re shown a vast treasury filled with bars of gold as Felix Yusupov (Daniel Bruhl) stands over a crate of treasures. As in the other trailers, the Duke then takes Conrad into a secret room and introduces him to the other agents before explaining the role of the Kingsman organization. As the world’s first independent intelligence agency, the Kingsmen are “refined but brutal, civilized but merciless”.
After that, it’s a mix of new and old scenes, featuring more of the fight between the Duke and Rhys Ifans’s Grigori Rasputin and some scenes where the Duke climbs out of a pool and climbs a cliff (not at the same time, obviously). And through it all, a version of ‘War’ by Edwin Starr plays in the background. All things considered, this is one movie you do not want to miss.
‘The King’s Man’ is scheduled to arrive in theaters on September 18.