With this announcement, time to start a new thread!
Could a mod move to the discussion on it over? Its at the bottom of the golden circle
For those who still want to use November 2019 to go see a ludicrous action movie about a British spy involving a man who made Layer Cake…
Loved the first 2, so I’m glad I’ll get to see it so close to Bond 25.
So this delay has given us a new Matthew Vaughn movie (a new Kingsman at that) and a Rian Johnson movie starring Daniel Craig, and we STILL get a 5th Bond from Craig. This film delay has been surprisingly good for this member of the audience.
Kingsman - The Golden Circle
That worked out nicely didn’t it?
This did turn up on the Bond 25 news thread, but the casting of both leads for Kingsman: The Great Game felt more fitting for here. This does, somehow, figure into 3, though I suspect these two will just cameo in 3.
Kingsman 3 and Kingsman The Great Game have merged into 1 on the internet. Empire selling the Daily Mail version is appalling as these details being regurgitated all come from an interview Vaughn gave to Empire a few months ago.
There is a vagueness in which Kingsman it is that is taking Bond 25’s now vacant slot, which is where people with short term memory loss, and don’t understand how google works, seem to be confused.
Kingsman: The Great Game - Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson in a WW1 set film showing the initial forming of the Kingsman group.
according to a BOND 25 IN DANGER THE SKY IS FALLING!!! article by the Daily Mail a few weeks ago, the two leads of the Great Game will also feature ina minor capacity in…
Kingsman 3 - Colin Firth and Taron Egerton reprise their respective roles for “the conclusion of the Harry Hart-Eggsy relationship,”
I present what is possible when you have a memory longer than 4 months.
Small update from Eggsy - Kingsman: The Great Game is up next, not Kingsman 3.
This is interesting Bondwise as it’s the film that calls for more of Ralph Fiennes character.
Sounds interesting, there’s a lot of material to use in the inter-war years.