The King’s Man News – Information, Release Date, and More

The King’s Man franchise will receive another title in the collection created by Matthew Vaughn. We are talking about the fourth film from the franchise; the first was Kingsman: The Secret Service who had a sequel called Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The latest one, The King’s Man, is practically a prequel from both the previous movies and will continue the success based on the comic book series Kingsman. If you haven’t known by now, the comic books are created by Dave Gibbons and Mark Miller and present the story of a secret intelligence agency operating without the Government intervention.

The King’s Man Trailer, Release Date, and News Updates

The third title from the franchise was programmed to come in theatres on November 15, 2019. Unfortunately, the launching date was delayed for February 14, 2020, after one year of waiting. Also, besides this, the movie faced some changes when the 20th Century Fox-owned the franchise.

Disney owns the company, and more delays had come. Last year in November, Disney announced many release dates, and it even got further to launch it in September. Besides this, the first teaser of the movie was the trailer released in July 2019, who show the origins of the Kingsman organization.

Between delaying the movie and moving the release dates, the full trailer of the King’s Man film came last year in September. Moreover, what we can figure out from the trailer about the plot, it’s that the action will happen during World War 1. Also, we will find more about this organization and how it was born. Maybe the primary reason for this organization is closely related to the World War 1.

In fact, besides the trailer, the scenes from New York Comic Con from 2019 is showing Rasputin and Shola sword fighting, and Conrad trying to rescue his father from the icy waters. As for the cast of the King’s Man movie, we will see Ralph Fiennes playing Duke of Oxford, Harris Dickinson playing Conrad, Gemma Arterton as Polly, Matthew Goode as Tristan, Rhys Ifans as Grigori Rasputin, Djimon Hounsou as Shola, and Tom Hollander as George V, Wilhelm II, and Nicholas II.

Also, Charles Dance is playing Arthur, Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Lee Unwin, Stanley Tucci is playing Merlin, Alison Steadman, Robert Aramayo and Alexandra Maria Lara as PollyJoel Basman