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Matthew Vaughn talks up Kingsman sequel

Matthew Vaughn has been discussing the possibility of a sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service, and has suggested a follow-up could introduce some American Kingsmen to the party.

“I’d love to do another one,” says Vaughn to Moviefone. “This movie really is the origin story of Eggsy. And Eggsy is really the real, true modern gentleman spy. It really isn’t Harry Hart. Harry Hart is the old cliché of what you think a gentleman spy is.”

“Eggsy will be taking on a whole new way. But it’s up to the audience. If they go see it and want another one, I would absolutely love to do it. We had so much fun making this movie. And you wouldn’t believe what we’ve got in store.”

Sounds like Vaughn has already begun to formulate some potential ideas, including the introduction of a Stateside influence to the Kingsman programme…

“Poor Mark Strong will be going on a journey that he never imagined,” teases Vaughn. “And we’ve got this idea to introduce the world to the American branch of the Kingsman…”

Co-starring Taron Egerton, Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson, Kingsman: The Secret Service is in cinemas now.

George Wales
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