The King’s Man 2020 – Teaser Trailer

It's time to slip on a pair of the finest Oxford Shoes, jump into your finest tailored suit and get Noble. Not just any kind of noble, The King's Man Noble.

If you are a fan of the Kingsman franchise, then you are in for a huge treat next year with the release of The King's Man. These spy spoof thrillers always have a huge cast with some very odd cameos. The last of the Kingsman movies was released in 2017 with Colin Firth and Taron Edgerton renewing their lead roles. Both of the first two films were set in modern times.

However, the new film will take us back in time, over 100 years back in time. Director Matthew Vaughn has taken the audience right back to the origins of the secret organization. Vaughn has taken a completely fresh approach with this film. Where the first films had a very tongue in cheek style, this looks much more serious.


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The opening scene in the trailer is about as dark as you can get. A horrific shot of a battlefield in World War 1, with a young soldier carrying someone out of the carnage. We are flooded with scenes of death. As Vaughn immerses the viewer in the horrors of war. But we quickly meet the new key characters and get to meet the King's Man himself. The Duke of Oxford played by Ralph Fiennes and his son Conrad played by Harris Dickinson.

This teaser trailer went on international release on the 15th July 2019 and does not give a great deal away. But one thing is for sure it looks amazing. Ralph Fiennes is one of the most talented actors around, but the supporting cast is just as impressive. The brilliant Daniel Brühl (from the film Rush) is cast along with Gemma Arterton, Matthew Goode, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Rhys Ifans, Charles Dance and many more.


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The King's Man
Post Pandemic Revised Release Date
September 18th 2020



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