5 Coolest Things About Kingsman: The Golden Circle Trailer

Posted: Apr 25 2017, 10:58am CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News

 
5 Coolest Things About Kingsman: The Golden Circle Trailer
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5 coolest things that we noticed in the brand-new trailer of Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Kingsman: The Golden Circle trailer has been released and we have to say that we’re freaking out about some things that have been shown in the trailer and we thought we would share the 5 coolest things that we have seen in the trailer:

The Gadgets
People were calling Kingsman a rip-off of the James Bond franchise and they proved that they were much more than that. It is essentially a spy movie in all regards and any spy movie is incomplete without the gadgets. So in the trailer, there is definite gadget and cool stuff exposure to keep the fans hooked to the trailer including a whole Kingsman kit hidden in a pool table and a submarine car that Eggsy navigates into an underwater parking. The gadgets that were introduced in the first movie were basic, simple yet effective and as the sequel arrives, we can only expect that the gadgets will get cooler and better.

The Explosion
It damn nearly broke our heart as we see a missile headed towards the Kingsman headquarters and the entire institute where Eggsy and his contemporaries were trained to become Kingsman is destroyed. It is not a normal explosion though. The bomb creates a crater in which the rubble collapses and leaves a big hole of ash and debris. That kind of explosion is rarely seen in movies, even movies that are completely based on explosions. It was one of the most awesome things in the trailer.

The Retractable Weapons
Kingsman introduced the violent, fight sequences that actually showed the violence and the bloodshed sans the weapons. This time however, weapons seem to be getting the spotlight and we’re not talking about guns here. In one fighting sequence, we see Eggsy fighting with a man with an iron arm and we admit we have see iron arms in many movies but what set this one apart was that it was retractable and adjustable. In the sequence, the man actually sends his arm flying with a wire and it hauls Eggsy back through a wall. In another scene, Pedro Pascal’s character turns and we see a glittering whip handle and he lashes it out. In another closeup, we see someone pressing what seems like an ordinary cologne bottle but it is seen to trigger a bomb which detaches a snow lift from its cables. The level of the weaponry in the movie is a way above the weapons in the first movie.

The Statesman
Well, we had a little idea of the movie’s plot when the casting was confirmed and we knew that the U.S. version of the Kingsman will be involved in helping out the Kingsman in their time of trouble. Well, in the trailer, we get out first peak at the U.S. version of the Kingsman who call themselves the Statesman. The first proper intro is in Channing Tatum who is dressed in official cowboy garb plus a flashy, buckled belt which declare his status as a Statesman and he continues to kick Eggsy and Merlin’s ass in the following scene. We also see Pedro Pascal as a Statesman when he whips out his lash, Halle Berry smiles in her close up and Jeff Bridges gives a friendly nod. So the Statesman seem like a cool bunch.

Harry
The biggest, coolest reveal was saved by 20th Century Fox for the end of the trailer. Harry, the Harry who recruited and mentored Eggsy and who was shot in the head by Valentine Harry shows up at the end of the trailer, shaving. We’re just as flabbergasted as Eggsy and Merlin as they cannot believe their eyes that it is indeed Harry.

So, what did you think about Kingsman: The Golden Circle Trailer?

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