Ever since "Kingsman: The Secret Service" was revealed in 2015, moviegoers are enticed with its different kind of secret service theme. Hence, the film's sequel, "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," is now highly anticipated. Although details about the film still remain scarce, Taron Egerton, who plays the role of Eggsy, gave an idea about the second movie.

While Taron Egerton was promoting his movie "Sing," he opened about the possible plotline of the coming "Kingsman: The Golden Circle." The 27-year-old star told Den of Geek the sequel might be a political satire if it will be set in the United States.

"I think it very much is political. I think I can say there's a 'presidential' thread that runs through the new film," Taron Egerton said about "Kingsman: The Golden Circle." "I think that each time, whenever there's a new global threat that arises in the world of Kingsman, it will be something that may have genuine relevance."

In the original film, Taron Egerton explained it featured the over-population while "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" will tackle a global theme. However, he added it might deem the twisted world of politics.

Moreover, SlashFilm reported "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" might use a deleted scene from its previous movie. In another interview with Taron Egerton, the "Legend" star revealed the pop icon Elton John has been part of "Kingsman: The Golden Circle."

Taron Egerton narrated that "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" director Matthew Vaughn wanted Elton John to be in the original film. The filmmaker believed that the 69-year-old composer has something that would be perfectly used in the Kingsman world.

He also believed that Elton John's deleted scene should have been used in the first movie, although it is now in "Kingsman: The Golden Circle." However, Taron Egerton explained that he can't what kind of sequence it is. So, fans should have to watch its release on Oct. 6.