The sequel to Kingsman: The Golden Circle just had a fun addition to its cast: The Dude himself, Jeff Bridges.
The second Kingsman film, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, is currently filming and in addition to bringing back much of the original cast (alive and dead), filmmakers have just let slip that one of England’s favorite sons is also joining the fun: Sir Elton John.
Director Matthew Vaughn is currently in production on the sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service entitled Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Taron Egerton is back as newly minted super spy Eggsy—but many of the first film’s other stars were killed off. Now, it turns out one of them is coming back.
The sequel to Kingsman got a subtitle this weekend, the wonderfully nonsense-sounding The Golden Circle. But we also found out just enough about the plot to be convinced that it’s going to be as out there as the original.
Not long ago, we thought the Flash Gordon movie was dead. Then there was talk that Matthew Vaughn, of Kick-Ass, X-Men: First Class, and Kingsman: The Secret Service fame, might direct, although it was never confirmed. But now, things are looking even more promising, with the announcement that screenwriter Mark…
Say what you want about Hollywood movies all being remakes and sequels. If a good idea comes across an executive’s desk, he or she is going to consider it, and that’s what happened with a script called Ascension.
Matthew Vaughn isn’t done with the characters of Kick-Ass, not by a long shot. He’s not just working on another sequel, but also on a prequel. A Hit Girl and Big Daddy prequel that he hopes will smooth over any lingering bad taste Kick-Ass 2 left.
It's Matthew Vaughn, who helped relaunch the X-Men for Fox with First Class and more recently turned Kingman into a surprise hit. As The Hollywood Reporter says, Vaughn is much in demand, so it makes sense Fox would want him in charge of a potentially big new scifi franchise.
This weekend Kingsman, the movie director Matthew Vaughn left the "800 million dollar gorilla" Days of Future Past to make, hits theaters. And with it come back the glory days of actually fun spy movies — something Vaughn thinks is sorely lacking in today's culture.
The best part about Kingsman: The Secret Service is the gleeful way it points the espionage thrillers back towards fun, and silly ideas, and GADGETS! Here is the first-ever clip from Matthew Vaughn's new spy movie.
Put simply, Stardust is the best movie no one has seen. It managed to slip under a bunch of people's noses, most likely because of its name (it does sound pretty cheesy). Fortunately for you, that means this little treasure is something you can discover now. I hope you like fantasy.
Tired of the super dark, brooding spy movie world we live in today? Director Matthew Vaughn is here to help. His movie Kingsmen: The Secret Service brings back the gadget-filled, silly villain espionage film. But be warned — this (very long) red-band trailer is super spoiler-y.
There were glimpses of this in the first trailer, but the second trailer features pretty much an entire scene of Colin Firth kicking the asses of some kids targeting the film's protagonist, played by Taron Egerton.
Behold, the first trailer for Matthew Vaughn's violent return to comic book movies. Kingsman: The Secret Service is based off the comic books created by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar. They have a wonderful retro spy feel, but the story is still set in modern times, with plenty of wonderful gadgets. Watch!
Most movie adaptations of fantasy books make disappointing changes to the source material — but over at Tor.com, Emily Asher-Perrin argues that Stardust is a rare exception. And she makes a strong case that Matthew Vaughn's adaptation of Neil Gaiman's book deserves to become a fantasy film classic.
The rumor mill is positively aflame with word that actor Jason Flemyng accidentally outed Vaughn as the director of Star Wars: Episode VII, but we wouldn't be too sure. Watch the above video, the source of this "news" - in it, an interviewer asks Flemyng if he's discussed Star Wars with Vaughn, and Flemying says…
Seriously distressing news. Matthew Vaughn, the director behind X-Men: First Class will no longer return to shoot the sequel, Days Of Future Past. Instead, Fox is looking to replace Vaughn with long time mutant producer and director Bryan Singer. And we're not sure how to feel about that.
We last saw Charles Xavier forever physically altered by his dear friend Erik Lehnsherr — so what's next for the leader of the X-Men? The actor who played the young Professor X, James McAvoy has a few ideas about Charles' future. And it starts with deflating Xavier's giant mutant ego.
Green Lantern is the second superhero movie in a row to perform disappointingly in its opening weekend, after X-Men: First Class. If Captain America also stumbles, we could look back on this as the summer that superheroes lost their invulnerability.
Want a better look at Zoe Kravitz's fold-out wings? Check out this wonderful collection of X-Men: First Class concept art, including a look at Kevin Bacon's Hellfire Club (where the sexy villains lounge around).