20th Century Studios’ new trailer for “The King’s Man,” the upcoming prequel to the “Kingsmen” movies, reveals how the key British spy company got here to be within the midst of the dying and destruction of World War I.
The trailer options Ralph Fiennes because the Duke of Oxford, who brings his idealistic son Conrad (Matthew Goode) into the Kingsmen in a lot the identical means that Harry Hart would take Eggsy beneath his wing almost a century later. With the assistance of fellow brokers like the delicate Polly (Gemma Atherton), the Duke and Conrad should foil a plan by the world’s worst tyrants to exterminate thousands and thousands of individuals, with Grigori Rasputin (Rhys Ifans) serving because the Duke’s greatest foe.
While the inexperienced band trailer doesn’t present any of the over-the-top gore that “Kingsmen” has turn into well-known for, the stylized battle scenes and monitoring shot of a torpedo sinking a battleship is a fairly good signal that the shift to an early 20th century setting isn’t going to alter what made the collection a cult hit.
The movie was initially set for launch in November final 12 months however was pushed again to February 2020 and once more to this September after Disney acquired 20th Century Fox and its remaining slate of movies.
Series creator Matthew Vaughn returns as director, producer and co-writer, sharing screenplay credit score with Karl Gajdusek. The movie additionally stars Tom Hollander, Harris Dickinson, Daniel Brühl, Djimon Hounsou and Charles Dance. It is ready to hit theaters on Sept. 18.
Watch the trailer within the clip above.
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