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Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017)

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When an attack on the Kingsman headquarters takes place and a new villain rises, Eggsy and Merlin are forced to work together with the American agency known as the Statesman to save the world.

Director: Matthew Vaughn

Release Date: 2017-09-20
Status: Released
Run time: 141 min / 2:21
Budget: $104,000,000
Revenue: $410,902,662
Production Companies : TSG Entertainment, Shangri-La Entertainment, Marv Films, 20th Century Fox
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2017-09-20
Status: Released
Run time: 141 min / 2:21
Budget: $104,000,000
Revenue: $410,902,662

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Taron Egerton
as Gary 'Eggsy' Unwin / Galahad
Colin Firth
as Harry Hart / Galahad
Julianne Moore
as Poppy Adams
Mark Strong
as Hamish Mycroft / Merlin
Jeff Bridges
as Champagne "Champ"
Channing Tatum
as Tequila
Halle Berry
as Ginger Ale
Elton John
as Elton John
Pedro Pascal
as Jack Daniels / Whiskey
Hanna Alström
as Princess Tilde of Sweden
Edward Holcroft
as Charles 'Charlie' Hesketh
Poppy Delevingne
as Clara Von Gluckfberg
Bruce Greenwood
as President of the United States
Emily Watson
as Chief of Staff Fox
Sophie Cookson
as Roxanne 'Roxy' Morton / Lancelot
Michael Gambon
as Sir Giles / Arthur
Tobi Bakare
as Jamal
Theo Barklem-Biggs
as Ryan
Thomas Turgoose
as Liam
Calvin Demba
as Brandon
Samantha Womack
as Michelle Unwin
Keith Allen
as Charles
Tom Benedict Knight
as Angel
Mark Arnold
as General McCoy
Björn Granath
as The King of Sweden
Lena Endre
as The Queen of Sweden
Gordon Alexander
as Kingsman's Taxi Driver
Jeff Ricketts
as Poppy's Lawyer
James Carroll Jordan
as Harvard Professor
Samantha Coughlan
as Tour Guide
Mingus Johnston
as Burly Guard
Cristina Dohmen
as Newscaster #2


Art Darren Gilford Production Design
Writing Dave Gibbons Characters
Writing Mark Millar Characters
Directing Matthew Vaughn Director
Writing Matthew Vaughn Writer
Writing Jane Goldman Writer
Sound Henry Jackman Music
Sound Matthew Margeson Music
Editing Eddie Hamilton Editor
Camera George Richmond Director of Photography
Production Adam Bohling Producer
Production David Reid Producer
Production Matthew Vaughn Producer
Production Reg Poerscout-Edgerton Casting
Art Grant Armstrong Supervising Art Director
Art Joe Howard Art Direction
Art Gary Jopling Art Direction
Art James Morrall Art Direction
Art Tarnia Nicol Art Direction
Art Rosemary Brandenburg Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Arianne Phillips Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Francesca Crowder Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Annette Field Hairstylist
Costume & Make-Up Andrew Simonin Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Lisa Tomblin Hair Designer
Costume & Make-Up Susan Reilly LeHane Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Mandy Lyons Hairstylist
Production David Cain Unit Production Manager
Production Marco Greco Production Manager
Production Michael Killoren Production Manager
Art Oliver Benson Assistant Art Director
Sound Roberto Dominguez Alegria Foley
Editing Michael Maroussas Dialogue Editor
Sound Oskar von Unge Assistant Sound Editor
Editing Matt Davies Dialogue Editor
Production Katy Covell Casting Assistant
Production Lillie Jeffrey Casting Associate
Production Tamsyn Manson Casting Assistant
Editing Christopher Frith Assistant Editor
Editing Christopher Frith Assistant Editor
Sound Jack Dolman Music Editor
Camera Adam Sculthorp Aerial Camera
Camera Adam Dale Aerial Director of Photography
Camera Mark Gerasimenko Aerial Director of Photography
Camera Mitch Dubin Camera Operator
Crew Angus Benson-Blair Drone Operator
Crew Dani Rose Drone Operator
Crew Gareth Harfoot Drone Operator
Lighting Michael Chambers Gaffer
Lighting Shawn White Gaffer
Lighting Stefano Marino Gaffer
Lighting Terry Robb Gaffer
Camera Leo Bund Aerial Camera
Camera David Appleby Key Grip
Camera Giampaolo Bagala Key Grip
Camera Emmet Cahill Key Grip
Crew Marc Wolff Pilot
Lighting Wayne Leach Rigging Gaffer
Lighting Sam Kite Rigging Gaffer
Camera Tim Wooster Second Unit Director of Photography
Camera Toby Plaskitt Russian Arm Operator
Camera Stamos Triantafyllos Steadicam Operator
Camera Benjamin Treplin Steadicam Operator
Camera Chris Bain Additional Camera
Camera Oliver Loncraine Additional Camera
Camera Alex Bailey Still Photographer
Camera Giles Keyte Still Photographer
Camera Nick Wall Still Photographer
Crew Paul Biddiss Armorer
Crew Marc Wolff Aerial Coordinator
Crew Lucia Foster Found Aerial Coordinator
Sound John T. Cucci Foley
Sound Dan O'Connell Foley
Sound Rob Prynne Sound Designer
Sound Martin Cantwell Sound Effects Editor
Sound Paul Carter Sound Effects Editor
Sound Chloe Banham Sound Recordist
Sound Jonathan Connaught Sound Recordist
Sound Mike Prestwood Smith Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Danny Sheehan Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Matthew Collinge Supervising Sound Editor
Art Julia Castle Art Department Coordinator
Art Patrick Harris Assistant Art Director
Art Jane Harwood Assistant Art Director
Art Kristen Maloney Assistant Art Director
Art Martin Kingsley Assistant Property Master
Art Craig Shoji Conceptual Illustrator
Art Nicky Ackland-Snow Construction Coordinator
Art Ty Teiger Property Master
Crew Wasili Angelopoulos Propmaker
Visual Effects Neil Alford 2D Supervisor
Visual Effects Nathan McConnel Animation Supervisor
Visual Effects Max Tyrie Animation Director
Crew Dominic Alderson CG Supervisor
Crew Harry Bardak CG Supervisor
Crew Fabio Zangla CG Supervisor
Visual Effects Tom Schultz Matchmove Supervisor
Visual Effects Karl Rapley Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Visual Effects Jason McDonald Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Crew Félix Pirritano Sequence Supervisor
Crew Craig McPherson Supervising Animator
Visual Effects Tyler Halle VFX Artist
Visual Effects Troy Summersett VFX Artist
Visual Effects Alex Guri VFX Supervisor
Visual Effects Barrie Hemsley Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Bryce Nielsen Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Nicolas Bonnell Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Rob Shears Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Julien Cimino Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Chris Anderson Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Paula Pope Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Angus Bickerton Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Pierre Buffin Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Geoffrey Niquet Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Chris Lawrence Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Mark Breakspear Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Martin Waters Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Simone Ciliani Visual Effects Technical Director
Visual Effects Achraf Ayadi Visual Effects Technical Director
Art David E. Scott Art Direction
Directing Lucy Ward Script Supervisor
Directing Harry Minter Assistant Director
Directing Jack Ravenscroft First Assistant Director
Crew Daniel Rogers Health and Safety

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  • Audience Reviews for Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The violence is brutal, although the blood is held in check. There is enough action to go around, backed with stylized choreography and camerawork. Taron Egerton puts his foot through the door and takes the lead, something he couldn't do in the previous picture.

  • In KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE, Eggsy ( Taron Egerton) is attacked by a former trainee who manages to steal the Kingsman agency's secrets. Soon, missiles appear out of nowhere and destroy all their hideouts -- and most of the group's agents, as well. Only Eggsy, who was dining with his girlfriend, Princess Tilde (Hanna Alstrom),...

  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle. And at the movie’s ending, all the head-exploding devices were made to go off, and the audience was invited to guffaw at the spectacle of Barack Obama’s head blowing up. This movie’s plot hinges on tainted drugs that will kill, potentially, all the world’s substance abusers.

  • In "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," our heroes face a new challenge. When their headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, Kingsman: The Secret Service introduced the world to Kingsman - an independent, international intelligence agency operating at the highest level of discretion, whose ultimate goal is to keep the world safe. In "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," our heroes face a new challenge.

  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle review – sneering spy spoof sequel. In fact, the whole film is a knowing sneer of a movie that shrugs off its plot holes along with a particularly unsavoury attitude to violence and a tendency to use female characters as the decorative punchline to jokes. Most annoying is that the film ignores the basic rules of physics,...

  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review. Then there’s the gleeful incorporation of the kind of outlandish elements you’d expect from this double-OTT universe: a giant mincing machine, a laser lasso, a bubbling pot of molten gold, a wildly spinning cable car on Monte Bianco’s Skyway, an actual Elton John, and killer robot dogs with drill-bit teeth.

  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle is one of the worst movies of the year so far. What I thought of Kingsman: The Golden Circle The humor was predictable and cringe worthy, the plot minus well be nonexistent, they barely develop/use the villain.

  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle review – spy sequel reaches new heights of skyscraping silliness. As the soccer mom-ish leader of nefarious crime cartel the Golden Circle, Poppy rules over the entire global drug trade, which she controls from a jungle lair curiously kitted out as a kitsch 50s utopia, featuring gleaming bowling alleys, diners and nail salons, but also, somewhat confusingly, robot dogs and a captive Elton John.

  • Review: In ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle,’ the Natty Spies Are BackReview: In ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle,’ the Natty Spies Are Back. Like its 2015 predecessor, this latest visit with the British agents-cum-Savile Row tailors swings for the fences without caring whose head — or torso, or dignity — is shredded en route. Even if it belongs to Sir Elton.

  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle is a worthy successor to the fun and funny original film.