‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Gets New Release Date, What We Know So Far

"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" follows the highly successful "Kingsman: The Secret Service" movie which was a surprise hit in 2014. Fans of the humorous secret service movie don't have to wait longer though because the movie will be released sooner than expected. No less than Exhibitor Relations announced the good news on Twitter.

Fox has reportedly moved the release date of "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" from the original schedule of October 6 to September 29. The schedule has been changed so it does not directly compete with "Blade Runner 2049". "Kingsman: The Secret Service" made $414 million when it was shown, but Fox has deemed it more prudent to avoid the science fiction movie that stars Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.

This is not, however, the first time that the release date for "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" was moved. The spy movie was originally scheduled on June 16 this year. Fox clearly adjusted the movie's schedule to make sure it is given a fair chance to dominate in the box office during its first weekend, according to MovieWeb.

"The LEGO Ninjago" movie is scheduled for release a week before the new release date of "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" but Fox is probably not worried about it. After all, the spy movie that featured Taron Egerton in the role of Gary Unwin in an upbeat role of a young new recruit by agent Harry Hart played here by Colin Firth, already gained a following the first time it was shown in theaters. If its makers managed to produce an equally exciting sequel, then there is no reason why it would not earn as much as the first one.

"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" will mostly have an American setting as the lead star teams up with their counterparts in the United States. Never forget that the previous movie was R-rated because of the exciting stunts made by Egerton and Samuel Jackson who plays the diabolic villain Richmond Valentin.

It's time to end the speculations because "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" will definitely be in theaters in six month's time, according to Comic Book Movie. Matthew Vaughn will direct the movie which is clearly a spoof of that phenomenal spy movie. Expect the movie to be more exciting with Julianne Moore and Halle Berry.

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