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    Kingsman Universe Thread

    Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman Cinematic Universe is expanding with Kingsman 3 which is actually a prequel. Also in development is a direct sequel to Kingsman 2 along with a possible TV series. Golden Circle could have been better hopefully Vaughn takes his time with the third one. The prequel sounds interesting. Daniel Brühl and Charles Dance? Sign me up.

    With appearances in Harry Potter, Spider-Man and Alice in Wonderland movies, Welsh actor Rhys Ifans is no stranger to blockbuster franchises, and now he may be tackling another, as Collider has exclusively learned that he’s in talks to join Matthew Vaughn‘s prequel Kingsman prequel. Additionally, Captain America: Civil War actor Daniel Brühl and Game of Thrones star Charles Dance have also joined the cast, as sources say that Vaughn is focused on casting great actors rather than the kinds of major stars that populated Kingsman: The Golden Circle.

    While the Kingsman prequel will be the third film in the franchise, it is not being billed as Kingsman 3, as the film will not feature franchise star Taron Egerton as Eggsy. Instead, Harris Dickinson (FX’s Trust) will play Conrad, a cocky yet charming young hero who’s eager to serve his country and fight in World War I. Two-time Oscar nominee Ralph Fiennes will co-star in the movie, which will start filming in January in London. According to our own Steve Weintraub, the prequel is more of a period drama than a spy thriller, and the story centers around ““the man who would be Kingsman.” Make of that what you will.

    Vaughn has ambitious plans for his growing Kingsman universe. Not only is he currently casting the prequel, but he’s also developing a proper sequel to The Golden Circle that would conclude the Harry Hart-Eggsy relationship. As Collider reported, Vaughn expects to shoot that film in mid-2019 following a short break between Kingsman movies. Additionally, Vaughn is developing a Kingsman TV series and a Statesman film based on the American league of spies introduced in The Golden Circle. That’s a whole lot of Kingsman on the horizon, but you’ll have to wait until Nov. 9, 2019 for the prequel to hit theaters.
    Last edited by Valeyard; 30th November 2018 at 2:49 pm.

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    This is awesome! I liked Kingsman 2 and agree it could have been better. The choice for villain just didn't live up to Sam's original take on a bad guy. Couldn't get on board with her.

    Stoked to see The Statesman being expanded on. This was a massive highlight in the 2nd film.

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    The first one was great. The second was average...

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    Haisley wrote:
    The first one was great. The second was average...
    That sucks to hear

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    Oh be still my beating heart.

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    ugh, first was good, second was awful. there's no need for this.

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    Really enjoyed both movies.

    This looks interesting.

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    Haisley wrote:
    The first one was great. The second was average...
    Same but this one is looking like it's going to be different than the first two, which is what the 2nd one needed to do as well.

    Kinda excited because that trailer was good but it's a bit worrying they seem to be pumping it out pretty quickly...