Watch: 'Kingsman: Secret Service' Red Band Trailer is Bloody Fun

December 9, 2014
Source: IGN

Kingsman; Secret Service

"I look like I give a fuck?" There's a part of me that's worried that Kingsman: The Secret Service is going to bomb when it hits theaters in February next year, but the latest red band trailer shows off a fun spy flick that looks so crazy that it just might work. Samuel L. Jackson is doing his best impression of himself as a James Bond villain with a lisp, Mark Strong is having some fun and Colin Firth looks like a real ass-kicker. And if this trailer is any indicator, newcomer Taron Egerton may have a bright future as a young big screen star. And don't forget, Mark Hamill has a bit part in this movie too. Watch below now!

Here's the red band trailer for Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service from IGN:

You can still watch the recent UK trailer for Kingsman: The Secret Service right here.

Kingsman: The Secret Service is directed by Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass, X-Men: First Class), who also co-wrote the script with Jane Goldman, based on the comics by Mark Millar & Dave Gibbons (Watchmen). The story follows the story of an agent (Colin Firth) in a super-secret spy organization that recruits an unrefined but promising street kid (newcomer Taron Egerton) into the agency's ultra-competitive training program just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius. Michael Caine and Samuel L. Jackson also star in the film originally slated for release this fall, but is now arriving on February 13th, 2015.

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  • Nash
    Totally in!
  • TK
    Most definitely in. Looks great. Great cast and great action. I've actually enjoyed all the movies Matthew Vaughn has directed.
  • Jonathan
    Whoa! If this stays R-rated, I'm definitely on board.
    • Enola
      This trailer changed my mind. I like Matthew Vaughn and the fact that he makes an R-rated movie when I guess the studios would have wanted a PG-13 movie is great.
      • Jonathan
        Yeah, my thoughts exactly. Hopefully it stays R the whole way through the release process. You know how studios are always making brilliant, last minute decisions.
  • Snev De la Fontaine
    It looks like they took a screenplay they still had lying around from the nineties, but it does look fun and Matthew Vaughn has yet to disappoint me.
  • Mr Chatterbox
    I hope there's more Michael Cain. This will put Taron Egerton on the map.
    • Jonathan
      Haha...I remember this one! I actually saw it in the theater. Wasn't even worth the then $3.50 ticket price.
    • David Diaz
      This was such a guilty pleasure of mine as a kid.
    Looks like such a blast. I am ready for this one.
  • Bill Brixton
    It's a bit scary that they pushed it from the fall into February, that's never a good sign. Hopefully they keep it short and tight, because this looks like it could be a whole lot of fun! Too many 2+ hour action movies that meander these days.
  • The Mr Bean Identity? Looks quite funny.
  • Michael McRorey
    I want the "head explosion" as a 1920X1200 background please. =)
  • Tester
    How long is SLJ gonna keep doing movies acting as SLJ ??? Lets hope FOREVER !!! This looks awesome, please keep it R and over the top like the trailer !!
    Ahh yes, there is the jolly good fun that Bond is missing
    • Mark Alters
      Bond meets 21 jump street.
  • shiboleth
    I like the answer from that imprisoned girl...
  • txJM
    How ridiculous this looks. Matthew Vaugh is the new McG.




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