'Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle' News & Update: 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' Sequel Receives Early Release Date Reschedule
Back in Jan, 2015, "Kingsman: The Secret Service," the film directed and co-produced by Matthew Vaughn, made $415 million in the box office with a budget of $100. The film starred Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Cain, and Mark Hamill, among others.
in June of the same year, the sequel was confirmed, with both the main characters and Vaughn himself returning to reprise their roles. Now, the sequel titled "Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle" was set to arrive on Oct. 6 has been moved to Sept. 29.
— Taron Egerton (@TaronEgerton) April 7, 2016
#Kingsman pic.twitter.com/MrwRI6ZMrm — Jeff Bridges (@TheJeffBridges) May 28, 2016
Now that "Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle" receives early release date reschedule, many may wonder why this was decided upon by the studio. According to Screenrant, the upcoming film will now go up against the "Flatliners" remake and "American Made," which stars Tom Cruise. The original release date set up the film to go up against "Blade Runner 2049."
— Kingsman (@KingsmanMovie) May 17, 2016
As "Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle" receives early release date reschedule, fans will now get to see Channing Tatum in the film a week earlier. While Tatum's role was not revealed, Deadline reported that the actor may be playing the role of the American counterpart of the Kingsman. Tatum took to Twitter in Apr. 2016 to share the news that he was cast.
I'm about to get all up in that Golden Circle. #Kingsman pic.twitter.com/LqCPJ6monO — Channing Tatum (@channingtatum) April 14, 2016
"Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle" was originally set to be released in June this year, then received a reschedule for Oct.. This is the second time the film received a reschedule, for a hopefully final release date of Sept. 29. The film will also star Pedro Pascal, Halle Berry, and Julianne Moore. To keep up on the latest on all things movies, make sure to bookmark this page.