'Kingsman: Secret Service' International Trailer Goes 'Pretty Woman'
"What a shame we both had to grow up." After the last explosive and action-packed red band trailer for Mathew Vaughn's fun comic book spy thriller adaptation Kingsman: The Secret Service, a new international trailer has arrived. But this one aims to lay out the story of the film a little more clearly, perhaps for those who may not be familiar with all the tropes of spy films and whatnot. Aside from the obvious James Bond references between Colin Firth and the villain played by Samuel L. Jackson, there's plenty of other pop culture riffs here as well, just adding to the full blown entertainment on display.
Here's the new international trailer for Kingsman: The Secret Service from Empire Movies:
You can watch the latest red band 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.
LOL. I am digging what I am seeing with this film.
DAVIDPD on Dec 19, 2014
So pumped for this! Matthew Vaughn knows what he's doing.
Danimal on Dec 19, 2014
Ha! Good to see Mark Hamil on the screen again (1:57)! (before the big one drops)
avconsumer2 on Dec 19, 2014
Fun stuff but not sure whats up with the grade. Makes it look cheap and plastic like.
Mr Chatterbox on Dec 19, 2014
Looking forward to seeing Vaughns work again.
ragethorn on Dec 19, 2014
I will boycott all films that include the anti-America, racist Sam Jackson. The guy is disgusting
MarxistMayhem on Feb 5, 2015
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