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Watch: First Trailer For Matthew Vaughn’s ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Starring Colin Firth

Watch: First Trailer For Matthew Vaughn's 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' Starring Colin Firth

The works of Mark Millar on the big screen have been a mixed bag. “Wanted” was a big hit, “Kick-Ass” a modest one, while no one bothered with “Kick-Ass 2.” So it leaves the fate of “Kingsman: The Secret Service” a bit up in the air. Will it be too niche for a mainstream audience, or will it have crossover appeal? We’ll soon see when the first trailer drops this week, but first, a handful of new images have arrived to introduce you to the film’s world.

“We missed all the spy movies we loved as kids, whether it was Bond or ‘In Like Flint.’ They had a sense of humor as well as being a thriller,” director Matthew Vaughn told EW. “With [‘Kingsman’], we’re subversing the spy movie genre as we know it.” And Colin Firth will be man leading the subversion, taking a rare part as an action hero, playing an agent who trains a teenager to become the next superspy.

With a juicy October 24th release date, expectations are high and the cast—which includes Samuel L. Jackson and Michael Caine—is promising. Until the first footage arrives, Check out the images below, along with the first trailer.

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I'd see pretty much any movie with Colin Firth, Mark Strong or Michael Caine. This one has all three of them, plus Jackson? Hells yeah.

I'm Brit and I'm decently entertained.

Yeah. F' yeah. Captain Britain.

Mr Anonymous

Going by the trailer this looks like an absolute blast! A proper entertaining, fun, enjoyable movie. I'm in!

Colin Firth rocks in this!

Rob P

Why have they added that "Kingsman" prefix? It's stupid, just call it Secret Service, I'm sure the poster with Colin Firth will make it clear it's British

Jamie T D

It looks like it will be a fun spy movie I'll watch it.


Colin Firth certainly knows how to wear a suit.


"With a juicy October 24th release date, expectations are high…"
When did end of October become hot for anything but a horror franchise? This is the land of wildcards.

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