Monday, November 29, 2021

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON WILDLY STELLAR HISTORICAL ADVENTURE THE KING'S MAN WITH HARRIS DICKINSON, RALPH FIENNES, GEMMA ARTERTON, AARON TAYLOR JOHNSON, RHYS IFANS, MATTHEW GOODE, CHARLES DANCE, TOM HOLLANDER, STANLEY TUCCI, NEIL JACKSON, DANIEL BRUHL

    THE KING'S MAN   
A WILDLY STELLAR ADVENTURE
The King's Man is out December 22nd
Believe it or not I showed you the first trailer for this one back in July of 2019, but it then had a very long road to the cinematic release: thanks to Covid outbreak and many other factors, THE KING'S MAN period set action spy movie is finally arriving to theatres around the globe almost four years after it was shot and made - the premiere has been scheduled for December 22nd ahead of the Christmas holidays. It will play in cinemas for 45 days before heading over to the digital platforms. 

  THE STORY OF THE KING'S MAN 
The prequel to Kingsman franchise, which dealt with history's very first independent intelligence agency, goes back to the beginning of the 20th
Harrison Dickinson and Ralph Fiennes lead the cast
century (and also deeper in the past) and follows a collection of history's worst tyrants and criminal masterminds who gather to plot a war to wipe out
Matthew Vaughn directed the movie
millions, and one man must race against time to stop them. The third sequel of the Kingsman franchise is also in works.

WHO ARE THE KING'S MEN?
Directed by Matthew Vaughn, the period set prequel to Kingsman movie series (Kingsman: The Secret Service was released in 2014 and Kingsman: The Golden Circle in 2017) about a mysterious British intelligence agency explores its origins with the help of one of the most stellar cast the big screen has ever seen: gorgeous Harris Dickinson leads the ensemble next to
The film was shot back in 2019
Ralph Fiennes (as Orlando, Duke of Oxford), Aaron Taylor Johnson, Gemma Arterton (as Polly), Daniel Bruhl (as real life clairvoyant performer Erik Jan Hanussen), Rhys Ifans (as Rasputin), Charles Dance (as colonial officer Herbert Kitchener), Matthew Goode (as Tristan), Tom Hollander (who plays three rulers George V and his cousins emperors Wilhelm II of Germany and Nicholas II of Russia) ,Djimon Hounsou, Stanley Tucci (as Merlin), Serbian actress Branka Katic (as Tsarina Alix), Alison Steadman (as Guinevere), Neil Jackson, Robert Aramayo (as Yugoslav hero Gavrilo Princip), and Joel Basman (as Gawain).
The release of the movie was delayed five times
Check out the latest short but super dynamic trailer below and tell us what you think: will you watch the film?
 

10 comments:

  1. They make it sound like such an upbeat movie from the trailer lol. Shady characters, indeed. This one was quirky enough that it’s piqued my interest to add it to the watch list.

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    1. It cannot be bad with that cast. I have not seen the original films, but I might see this one.

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  2. Love Ralph Fiennes! This seems like a very interesting one.

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    1. Should be really fun, the director said he did it the old fashion way, like old adventure fun movies.

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  3. Wow. Four years? Sounds like a fun storyline.

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    1. It does, part of the film is set here at the Balkans!

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  5. I saw one of The Kings Man movies and it was outlandish and confusing. I'll probably skip this one, although my husband will definitely be watching it.

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    1. It is possible it was too British, I haven't watched them before.

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