Vision history and trailer for the film The King's Man released



A vision history and trailer for the new Kingsman film The King's man has been released, which will tell the story of the start of 20th Century Studios ' beloved film series Kingsman. Let's take a closer look at the details of the film.

A new addition to the much-loved Kingsman series, which 20th Century Fox Studios first launched in 2014 with the film Kingsman: The Secret Service, directed by Matthew Vaughn, and continued in 2017 with the film Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The new film, titled The King's Man, will tell the beginning story of the Kingsman series and will also feature new characters in the film. The story of the film is based around the worst dictators in history gathering to wage a war and aiming to kill millions of people through it.

The King's Man, where Rhys Ifans will take on the role of 'Rasputin', was originally due to be released in November 2019. But with Disney's acquisition of 20th Century Fox, the film was postponed until February 2020. The King's Man was postponed again this year due to an outbreak of coronavirus that has so severely affected the world. The film, whose new details have not been revealed for some time, was finally released today in a promotional trailer.


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According to some critics ' impressions, The King's Man has a different air than the Kingsman films, which came out before 20th Century Fox was bought by Disney. With a more 'Disney-vari' atmosphere, the new Kingsman film The King's man will be released in cinemas exclusively on September 18. Although the King's Man movie will only be released in theaters, some critics consider it good not to be tied to Hulu or Disney+, the impact of coronavirus is still heavily felt, it is still debated how sensible it is to release the movie in theaters only these days.

Especially after Disney decided to release Artemis Fowl on Disney+ after delaying the release date several times, it is thought that only the King's man will be released in cinemas, and that the film's quality and high production may be relevant. The cast of the King's Man, which will be released in cinemas only on 18 September, includes famous names such as Ralph Fiennes, Harris Dickinson, Rhys Ifans, Tom Hollander, Daniel Bruhl, Gemma Arterton, Matthew Goode, and Charles Dance.
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