Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of the most pleasant surprises of 2014, a kick ass homage to Roger Moore era Bond that was also completely over the top. The Golden Circle can’t quite live up to the bar set by the first movie but it’s still a fun spy romp as Kingsman teams up with their southern fried American counterparts, Statesman.
Although there’s some potentially huge movies this weekend, all of them have gotten mixed to terrible reviews from the critics.
When someone starts attacking Kingsman, Eggsy (Taron Egerton) and his allies have to join forces with their American counterparts, Statesman, to stop an evil and secret new organization from destroying the world.
Celebrating the spy genre while ramping up the action to ridiculous levels, Kingsman is the latest fantastic comic book adaptation from Matthew Vaughn.
It’s a classic battle of opposites this Valentine’s Day weekend as the crazy spy action movie Kingsman takes on crazy, S&M sleaze, Fifty Shades of Grey.
Saw returns for it’s 10th anniversary while Nicole Kidman suffers from amnesia and Jake Gyllenhaal prowls the LA night on this Halloween weekend.
Having already adapted Mark Millar’s Kick-Ass, Matthew Vaughn takes on another of Millar’s comics with Kingsman: The Secret Service, which stars Colin Firth doing his best Bond impression while recruiting a young street punk into an elite espionage training program.
Marvel may be close to getting a Black Panther and regained two more of it’s super heroes, Luc Besson returns to directing, another Stephen King book may be coming to the small screen and Steven Spielberg has his next project. All that plus more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Colin Firth recruits wacky cowgirl Cameron Diaz to help him pull an art con on his abusive boss, Alan Rickman, in the upcoming, Coen Brother written, comedy, Gambit.
Boasting more awesome British actors than anything else this year, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is a Cold War era spy thriller coming this November.