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The King’s Man trailer reveals the origins of the intelligence agency

Learn about the origins of the first fictional intelligence agency in the new trailer for The King’s Man, starring Ralph Fiennes.
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Learn about the origins of the first fictional intelligence agency in the new trailer for The King’s Man, starring Ralph Fiennes.

The film is a prequel to 201’4s Kingsman: The Secret Service and 2017’s Kingsman: The Golden Circle.

This story is set in the early 1900s, charting the inception of The King’s Man intelligence agency that was featured in Kingsman: The Secret Service and Kingsman: The Golden Circle. 

Trailer: Learn about the origins of the first fictional intelligence agency in the new trailer for The King's Man, starring Ralph Fiennes

Trailer: Learn about the origins of the first fictional intelligence agency in the new trailer for The King’s Man, starring Ralph Fiennes

The trailer begins with a meeting in a solitary house on a cliff, where a number of intelligence leaders are meeting.

A mysterious, unseen figure with a gold pinky ring tells his ‘flock’ that ‘this will not be a war of heroes, nations will slaughter while we get rich.’

Seemingly the same unseen man, or one of his cohorts, is seen behind the periscope of a submarine, firing a torpedo into a massive ship, sinking it, adding, ‘This is going to be fun.’ 

Ralph Fiennes leads the explosive trailer for ‘The King’s Man’

Meeting: The trailer begins with a meeting in a solitary house on a cliff, where a number of intelligence leaders are meeting

Meeting: The trailer begins with a meeting in a solitary house on a cliff, where a number of intelligence leaders are meeting

Ring: A mysterious, unseen figure with a gold pinky ring tells his 'flock' that 'this will not be a war of heroes, nations will slaughter while we get richn

Ring: A mysterious, unseen figure with a gold pinky ring tells his ‘flock’ that ‘this will not be a war of heroes, nations will slaughter while we get richn

Fun: Seemingly the same unseen man, or one of his cohorts, is seen behind the periscope of a submarine, firing a torpedo into a massive ship, sinking it, adding, ‘This is going to be fun’

The trailer cuts to the magnificent manor where the Duke of Oxford (Ralph Fiennes) lives, as his son Conrad (Harris Dickinson) tells him, ‘You cannot keep me locked away as the world burns.’

The Duke tells his son that the truth is, ‘the world is ruled by corruption and greed,’ and when Conrad says they must do something, the Duke activates a secret room behind a bookcase.

There are then quick shots of Polly (Gemma Arterton) and Shola (Djimon Hounsou) before the Duke shows his son the Kingsman tailor shop in London.

Locked away: The trailer cuts to the magnificent manor where the Duke of Oxford (Ralph Fiennes) lives, as his son Conrad (Harris Dickinson) tells him, ‘You cannot keep me locked away as the world burns.

Secret room: The Duke tells his son that the truth is, ‘the world is ruled by corruption and greed,’ and when Conrad says they must do something, the Duke activates a secret room behind a bookcase

Shop: There are then quick shots of Polly (Gemma Arterton) and Shola (Djimon Hounsou) before the Duke shows his son the Kingsman tailor shop in London

He tells Conrad that, ‘we are the first independent intelligence agency, refined but brutal, civilized but merciless.’

There are also scenes of Shola training Conrad in hand-to-hand combat, with the Duke himself getting in on the action.

‘Welcome to the club,’ Polly tells Conrad, who admits this whole scheme is ‘very clever.’

Brutal: He tells Conrad that, ‘we are the first independent intelligence agency, refined but brutal, civilized but merciless’

Polly: 'Welcome to the club,' Polly tells Conrad, who admits this whole scheme is 'very clever'

Polly: ‘Welcome to the club,’ Polly tells Conrad, who admits this whole scheme is ‘very clever’

The mystery unseen villain tells his cohorts that, ‘it’s time to pour fuel on the fire of revolution, while the Duke meets the nefarious Rasputin (Rhys Ifans).

‘Rasputin, your reputation precedes you,’  the Duke says to Rasputin, who just snarls at the Duke.

The trailer winds down with a number of action-packed shots showing the gadgetry on display in the film.

The trailer ends with the unseen villain saying they should ‘end this as gentlemen, after all, manners maketh man,’ mirroring the catch phrase used by Harry Hart/Galahad (Colin Firth) in the first Kingsman movie.

The King’s Man, directed by Matthew Vaughn which also stars Matthew Goode, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Stanley Tucci, hits theaters September 18. 

Rasputin: The mystery unseen villain tells his cohorts that, 'it's time to pour fuel on the fire of revolution, while the Duke meets the nefarious Rasputin (Rhys Ifans)

Rasputin: The mystery unseen villain tells his cohorts that, ‘it’s time to pour fuel on the fire of revolution, while the Duke meets the nefarious Rasputin (Rhys Ifans)

Reputation: 'Rasputin, your reputation precedes you,' the Duke says to Rasputin, who just snarls at the Duke

Reputation: ‘Rasputin, your reputation precedes you,’ the Duke says to Rasputin, who just snarls at the Duke

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