‘The King’s Man’ Trailer Teases The Origin Of The Deadly Spy Agency

Jul 15, 2019

Category: Entertainment

After finding success with Kingsman: The Secret Service and Kingsman: The Golden Circle, director Matthew Vaughn is winding things back to tell the origin story of the dapper and deadly agency we all love. In The King’s Man trailer, you’ll see a who’s who of fine actors, including Ralph Fiennes as the Duke of Oxford, as well as a few action scene snippets that will get you pumped, especially if you’re a fan of the James Bond alternative.

The King’s Man will take place in the early 1900s where a group of period’s worst villains, including self-proclaimed holy man Grigori Rasputin, is planning a war to annihilate millions of people. In order to stop the forces of evil, the Duke of Oxford and his new apprentice Conrad must work together to save the world, leading to the creation of the Kingsmen. And of course, they’ll be doing so in style. This film is the first in a planned series of expanded universe flicks in the Kingsman series. The slick spy film will hit theaters on Valentine’s Day 2020.

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