The King’s Man is about to reach the big screen, but the saga of the King’s Men still has a chapter in store for us, but it has yet to be filmed. And for filming, Kingsman 3 will return to England again.
Kingsman 3, often confused with the prequel The King’s Man, is actually the concluding chapter of the Eggsy Unwin saga (Taron Egerton), and the subtitle with which has so far been known is The Great Game.
Probably directed by John S. Baird, Kingsman 3 will be shot in Longcross Film Studios, Surrey, England; the same location as Kingsman: The Gold Circle and The King’s Man – The Origins. Egerton revealed that the movie script would be ready, but we know neither the start date of production nor a possible release date (although Vaughn is hoping for the end of 2020 or the early months of 2021, with the latter apparently reiterated also from Egerton).
Also, this will be the last film that will see the Rocketman star take over as Eggsy.
From 13 February 2020, instead, we will be able to see in the cinema what happened before the events of Kingsman: Secret Service, and we will take a step back in the past until the First World War, in which we will discover, as obvious, the origins of the agency of intelligence that we all know and love. In the cast of The King’s Man – The Origins also Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Matthew Goode, Charles Dance, Harris Dickinson, and Daniel Brühl.