The spy world is one of danger, espionage, and mystery, with only the best of the best being able to survive. But what is the point in being the worlds greatest spy if you can’t tell people? Sterling Archer attempted to teach Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin that point when the two crossed over in a Comic Con trailer to promote Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
In the trailer, Eggsy is baffled by the brash, unsavory behavior of the American spy, who broke into the Kingsman secret storage room and helped himself to their guns. When the British spy prompts Archer to engage in a gentleman’s competition (no not Turkish oil wrestling) of drinking, the worlds greatest spy passes out from chugging the entire bottle, all before Eggsy can even slyly spike his drink with a knock out agent.
After the surprising success of the original, fans are foaming at the mouth in anticipation for the upcoming release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The trailers so far have shown not only that the Kingsman are being targeted, but that’ll they’ll need help from their cousins across the pond.
The second installment in the spy series will feature a whole heaping amount of big name actors that will represent the American counterpart to the Kingsman, known as the Statesman. So far the list of confirmed talent are Julianne Moore, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Halle Berry, Elton John, Channing Tatum, and Jeff Bridges.
While it’s unfortunate that Sterling Archer isn’t among those names, fans should be excited to know that one of the most important characters from the original series is not as dead as he seemed. Colin Firth will be returning for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, sporting a stylish new eyepatch. Rumors had speculated every since his alleged death that his glasses were actually bulletproof and the trailers have proved that rumor true.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle will arrive in theaters September 22, 2017. Be sure to check back to the site for updates, as well as all of your other Nerdy News and Needs!
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