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- Alex Leadbeater
How fancy is Kingsman: The Golden Circle? It's so fancy that the pug from the franchise showed up to the film's premiere fully decked out. See the pictures inside. »
What most people have been talking about in the run-up to the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the mystifying reappearance of Colin Firth’s superspy Harry Hart. In 2014’s Kingsman: The Secret Service, Agent Galahad was undeniably shot in the head by Samuel L. Jackson’s villain – and yet the promotion for the sequel has been very open about the fact that Harry would be back in action this time around.
But was his return always on the cards? Was his apparently fake death in the first movie deliberately engineered with a hidden way for him to come back in a sequel? Well, no, it wasn’t. In an interview with ComicBook.com, Firth revealed that director/co-writer Matthew Vaughn did not originally envision the actor being part of the second outing. When asked if it was planned, he replied:
“It wasn’t but it was quite early. »
- Christian Bone
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- Alan Cerny
Welcome to this week’s “Preview Reel” column, where we look at the week’s upcoming wide-release movies. The horror film It dominated the box office again last weekend as two new releases struggled to find their audience. It would appear though that the two-week reign for the Stephen King adaption is about to end as two high-profile releases (The Lego Ninjago Movie and Kingsman: The Golden Circle) and one small budget horror flick (Friend Request) hit screens. All three movies seem to be targeting different demographics, but which one is best for you? Let’s find out.
What we are excited about: The Lego Movie franchise has turned out surprisingly good animated films. The Lego Movie was arguably the best animated movie of 2014, even though it was completely snubbed at the Oscars, and this year’s The Lego Batman Movie was an enjoyable riff on the classic comic book hero. »
- Scott Davis
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- Jacob Bryant
Dumber and less stylish than its predecessor, Kingsman: The Secret Service, the cartoonish secret-agent pastiche Kingsman: The Golden Circle is also even more of an incoherent right-wing text, an exaggeration of the James Bond movies’ violence, fashion sense, and sex that keeps trying to pass off its ham-fisted…
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- Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
This is, without a doubt, an unusually strong September at the box office.
The thanks go mostly to “It,” which charged out of the starting gate for Warner Bros. and New Line as a record-breaking hit two weekends ago with $123 million domestic. Last weekend it easily stayed on top of the North American charts with $60 million. But now, Pennywise the clown has tough competition from two new releases — Fox’s “Kingsman: The Golden Circle,” and “The Lego Ninjago Movie” from Warner Bros.
The sequel to “Kingsman: The Secret Service” looks like the leader of the pack. It’s tracking with a wide-ish margin in the $40 millions from more than 4,000 locations. That would be an improvement on the original, which had a domestic opening of $36.2 million. Foreign grosses boosted the first “Kingsman” to become a global hit, and it finished its run with $414.4 million worldwide. So B.O. observers should look abroad for the second go-around as well »
- Seth Kelley
- Alex Leadbeater
Here's a sobering thought (as if we needed one): Fox's action-comedy sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, opening Friday, could do as well as its 2015 predecessor and this still would be the worst year for live-action screen comedy since, possibly, ever. As of this week, only one live-action comedy has cracked the year's top 20. That would be Girls Trip, which has taken in $114.5 million since Universal released it in July, putting it at or near the No. 19 spot, just… »
The end is nigh for Game of Thrones, but HBO’s Song of Ice and Fire will continue far into the future.
With all six episodes of season 8 tentatively pegged for summer of 2019, the network has already begun soliciting pitches for a Game of Thrones prequel series, one that won’t involve Robert’s Rebellion nor George R.R. Martin’s fan-favorite Dunk & Egg tales. We know that because Martin is said to be actively involved in HBO’s future-proofing plans, and is working closely with a pool of writers comprised of Max Borenstein (Godzilla: King of the Monsters), Jane Goldman (Kingsman: The Golden Circle), Brian Helgeland (Robin Hood), and Carly Wray (Mad Men, The Leftovers).
But it turns out there’s room for one more in HBO’s throne room, as Entertainment Weekly brings word of a fifth prequel series being developed by Bryan Cogman. A long-time contributor to Thrones, »
- Michael Briers
If you got it, flaunt it!
Jennifer Lopez totally approves of Jenna Dewan Tatum showing off her booty on social media. Et caught up with the 48-year-old entertainer at NBC's World of Dance celebration at Delilah on Tuesday night in West Hollywood, California, where she reunited with her co-star and praised her for proudly presenting her goods.
"Hey, sexy mama!" Dewan Tatum said to J.Lo after spotting her talking to Et's Cameron Mathison.
"Hi baby! Pretty girl!" Lopez responded. "Been watching you on Instagram running around."
"Showin' my butt everywhere," the 36-year-old dancer joked.
"I love when I see your butt," Lopez added.
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The Step Up star recently shared a cheeky booty-baring shot on Instagram, which J.Lo was clearly referencing.
"When it looks good, you gotta," Dewan Tatum expressed. "It's not always gonna look that way, so I was like »
There won’t be three successive weeks on top for It as the horror sensation is set to lose its top spot at the Us box office.
It’s been quite something to see, the new Stephen King adaptation of the popular horror novel It has really caught the public’s imagination and is proving to be a juggernaut at the box office.
But while it has been breaking numerous records, including becoming the highest grossing film ever to be released in September, it won’t manage to secure a third straight week as the box office king.
It will likely be a very close race for the top two spots with Ninjago predicted to bring in around $55 million and Kingsman roughly $52 million. »
- Samuel Brace
Matthew Vaughn (Kingsman: The Golden Circle, X-Men: First Class) has recently talked about a few dream projects of his. The first is a potential Man of Steel sequel (which he describes as a “modern version” of the Richard Donner Superman), the second an X-Men filmed centered around a young Wolverine, and the third … well, let’s just say that he is a brave man.
Vaughn recently chatted with Cinema Blend where he divulged that he is eager for an impossible project: rebooting The Fantastic Four. In his own words…
“The other one I’ve felt an obligation to do is, I wouldn’t mind maybe making a Fantastic Four film to apologize to everyone out there that maybe it didn’t go very well for them. It’s brilliant. One of my favorites is the Fantastic Four, so maybe one day I’ll try and rectify the mistake.”
- Jordan Jones
As reported by Entertainment Weekly, Cogman has been working closely with author George R.R. Martin to develop the project, which will join four prequels previously announced this past May.
Cogman has been involved with HBO's Game of Thrones series since the very first season, initially hired as an assistant to show runners David Benioff and Dan Weiss. He has since written numerous episodes, including several »
Kingsman: The Golden Circle: Tanner Zee learns how to saber a champagne bottle with styleKingsman: The Golden Circle: Tanner Zee learns how to saber a champagne bottle with styleScott Goodyer9/20/2017 2:16:00 Pm
The highly anticipated Kingsman: The Golden Circle comes out this weekend!
When the Kingsman headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, their journey leads them to the discovery of an allied spy organization in the Us called Statesman, dating back to the day they were both founded. The fun cast includes: Taron Egerton, Channing Tatum, Julianne Moore, Colin Firth and Jeff Bridges. The awesome action in this is a must-see on the big screen!
In anticipation of the movie, our very own Tanner Zee visited Kingpin's Hideaway to get a proper lesson on how to open a champagne bottle with style.
Watch the video below and check out Kingsman: The Golden Circle when it »
- Scott Goodyer
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Wednesday September 20th, 2017) Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp, Kristian Harloff, Clarke Wolfe, Ashley Mova and Wendy Lee discuss the following: Linda Hamilton joins cast of a new Terminator sequel, produced by James Cameron and directed by Tim Miller Taika Waititi in talks for live-action Akira movie First official trailer released for Tomb Raider New trailer for Jumanji Matthew Vaughn says Fox considered splitting Kingsman: The Golden Circle into two films Matt Damon to star as Con-Man Doctor in Charlatan First trailer released for Just Getting Started starring Morgan Freeman and Tommy … »
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- Stephen Silver
Exclusive: Deadline caught up with Matthew Vaughn this week, right after he premiered Kingsman: The Golden Circle in London and endured a numbing onslaught of repetitive junket interviews. The follow-up to an audacious spy film he and writing partner Jane Goldman adapted from the Mark Millar comic book, Kingsman: The Golden Circle ups the ante on its formula of 007-caliber action mixed with quirky characters and R-rated irreverence. Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry, Channing Tatu… »
Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. Tying in with the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle, this week’s edition asks “Who is your favorite movie spy (who is not named James Bond because that’s the easy answer and you have to try harder than that)?” Ethan Anderton: Ethan Hunt from the Mission: Impossible […]
The post /Answers: The Greatest Movie Spies (Who Are Not Named James Bond) appeared first on /Film. »
- /Film Staff
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