The King's Man

2021
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Title: The King's Man

Original Title: The King's Man

Year: 2021

Info

Release Dates

  • UK: December 22 2021
  • United States: December 22 2021

Plot

The third installment of the 'Kingsman' saga will distance itself from the previous two by not having any of its well-known characters again and, in the same way, will have nothing to do with the third part of the original franchise whose production is scheduled for the next years.

The director remains the same, Matthew Vaughn, who this time places the action at the beginning of the 20th century in the United Kingdom. The film, originally known as 'The Great Game', will take advantage of the context of that turbulent time and will tell the origins of the iconic independent British intelligence organization, long before it had the collaboration of Harry Hart (Colin Firth) and Eggsy (Taron Egerton). The plot will focus on a man's time trial fight to stop a group of the worst villains and criminal minds in the world, who plan to unleash a war to get rich and kill millions of people.

The British actor Harris Dickinson will play the young Conrad who will be instructed to become a great soldier and spy thanks to the character of Ralph Fiennes as the Duke of Oxford. In addition to this we can see other familiar faces as Aaron Taylor-Johnson playing Lee Unwin, Gemma Arterton as Polly or Tom Hollander as George V, William II and Nicholas II.

Cast

Director:

Matthew Vaughn Matthew Vaughn

Videos

'The King's Man' Final Trailer 2:17
'The King's Man' Trailer #2 2:21

'The King's Man' Trailer #2

September 30 2019

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Trivia

Better late than never

The film has been delayed almost a year since the first announcement about its release date. In the beginning, it was scheduled to be released on November 15, 2019, then on February 14, 2020 and is finally scheduled for September 18, 2020.

For the franchise

Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who in this film plays the character of Lee Unwin, declined the role of Eggsy (the main character) in the other films and finally it was Taron Egerton who played him in the previous installments.

The reunion

This film reunites actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Writer/ Director Matthew Vaughn, who previously worked together on 'Kick-Ass'.

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