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Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Secret Service was an amazing success when it hit theaters in 2014 and fans have been waiting in eager anticipation another chapter in the Kingsman universe. That new chapter is on its way and a trailer has finally been released!

Here’s the trailer we have all been waiting for:

It looks like everyone who survived the first film is coming back to include that surprising reveal at the end. Taron Egerton will reprise his role as Gary “Eggsy” Unwin, the newly-trained gentleman spy who appears to be the main character once more. Sophie Cookson is returning as Roxanne “Roxy” Morton and Mark Strong is back as Merlin who had this to say about the film:

“I quite like playing the tech nerd who can handle himself in a conflict situation. But what I really like about this second film is that Merlin meets Halle Berry’s character, who plays his equivalent role in the Statesmen. And she had her clipboard and her glasses, just like Merlin. And what happens when two tech nerds come together? Might there be some geeky love?”

In an epic surprise nobody can complain about, it seems that Colin Firth’s Harry Hart is back with an eye patch. Apparently, getting shot in the face at close range wasn’t enough to take out this particular Kingsman and we are especially excited to see him in the trailer.

In addition to the large number of returning cast members, some new players will be joining the cast. Jeff Bridges is taking the role as the leader of the Golden Circle with a few agents working for him played by Pedro Pascal, Halle Berry, and Channing Tatum. The villain is being played by Hollywood veteran Julianne Moore. There’s even going to be a part played by Elton John and there will be a couple of robot dogs along for the ride named Benny and Jet.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is set to his theaters on September 22nd of this year and it looks to be as crazy as the first film. With any luck, it will kill the box office and keep this franchise going for at least a third chapter.

Images credited to Entertainment Weekly.

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