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‘Kingsman 2′ Set for Summer 2017 Kingsman: The Secret Service grossed $413 million worldwide this spring, or over five times its reported $80 million production budget. That made Kingsman 2 practically a foregone conclusion, and now it’s gotten one step closer to reality. 20th Century Fox has just set a summer 2017 date for the sequel, which will bring back Taron Egerton as young spy Eggsy. More on the Kingsman 2 release date after the jump.  As confirmed by Box Office Mojo, the Kingsman 2 release date is now June 16, 2017.

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Matthew Vaughn writing Kingsman 2 Having raked in more than $400 million at the global box office, Kingsman: The Secret Service was a big hit for Fox, so much so that it seems a sequel is

Interview: Mark Millar Talks Changes From ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Comic to Movie It feels like nearly every week a new Mark Millar property is being turned into a movie. From Wanted to Kick-Ass, through Civil War, Chrononauts, Jupiter’s Legacy and more, there’s always some new development to discuss with the comic writer. The latest film based on his work, Kingsman: The Secret Service, was just released on Digital HD and Blu-ray/DVD. We spoke to Millar, not so much to look ahead, but to take a deep dive into that project’s transition from page to screen. How is Millar’s vision get reimagined for the big screen?

Fox Developing 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' Sequel The Wrap reports that 20th Century Fox is developing a sequel to director Matthew Vaughn's comic book adaptation, "Kingsman: The Secret Service". The studio had not made an official announcement, other than the first film crossing $400 million worldwide recently. 'Kingsman' is based off the comic book, 'The Secret Service', from writer Mark Millar and artist Dave Gibbons. The premise for the film tells the story of a British agent from a secret spy organization known as "Kingsman", who aids the son of a former agent to follow in his footsteps.

Huge Drop-off for Fifty Shades of Grey - EOB Weekend Box Office Podcast: 2/23/2015

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Binh and I were both off with our predictions for "Fifty Shades of Grey." "Kingsman: The Secret Service" also did better than we expected. "Hot Tub Time Machine 2" bombed; John Cusack opted to do "Dragon Blade" with Jackie Chan instead, and commercially, it's a good decision because that film blew up the box office in China during the Lunar New Year.

Which character could return for Kingsman: The Secret Service sequel? FIFTY SHADES OF GREY dominated the box office over Valentine's Day weekend, but KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE was no slouch either in second place, pulling in over $30 million in U.S. theaters. So far the Matthew Vaughn-directed comic book adaptation has grossed $85 million worldwide, and if it continues to perform well, there might be another movie. While speaking with USA Today, Matthew Vaughn said... Read More...

Exclusive Interview: The Kingsman Director Matthew Vaughn: 'I’m Trying To Make Entertainment' A master at crafting popcorn-friendly fare, director Matthew Vaughn shows off a newfound range with The Kingsman: The Secret Service.The throwback spy flick centers on a street kid (Taron Egerton) who is recruited by a top-notch spy organization. Colin Firth and Samuel L.

The /Filmcast: Bonus Ep. – Matthew Margeson, Co-Composer of ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Kingsman: The Secret Service is the first great action film of 2015, a  delightful riff on British spy movies that manages to bring a modern sensibility to its incredibly choreographed action set pieces. Thus, it was with great pleasure that I interviewed Matthew Margeson, who wrote the score for Kingsman along with co-composer Henry Jackman. The score is a delight, with an enjoyable theme that has hints of “British elegance and charm,” as Margeson puts it. Hit the jump to hear my /Filmcast interview with Margeson.

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