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‘Kingsman 2’ Release Date, News, Spoilers: Film Pushed To October 2017; Sequel To Compete With ‘Blade Runner: 2049’ [VIDEO]


The latest news about Kingsman 2 proves that everything is uncertain in the movie world. Fans received several shocks when the release date of "Kingsman 2" has been pushed back several months.

The Kingsman sequel, which is dubbed as "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," was supposed to fire up on June 16, 2017, nonetheless, the sequel is slated to bump up movie houses on Oct. 6, 2017, Joblo reported.

In spite of that, the sequel of the movie franchise has still been sought after, and the motion picture is still set to grace theaters in 2017. The fans of Kingsman are eager for the release of its sequel since the premiere got delayed.

The original film, entitled "Kingsman: The Secret Service," was indeed a huge success for the movie franchise. Considering the first installment's victory, the fans quickly speculated that a sequel is sure to follow. It seems that luck is on the side of the Kingsman fans.

That being the case, it is a different display as the follow up of the Kingsman will directly compete with director Denis Villeneuve's forthcoming science fiction film "Blade Runner: 2049." Nevertheless, the Kingsman sequel will be playing up the action-comedy angle. Still, it's one tough choice that moviegoers have to make, Collider reported.

The sequel of Kingsman is not just something in 2017, as director Matthew Vaughn pitch in the motion picture with an all-star cast that includes returning members Colin Firth and Taron Egerton. What makes the flick more exciting is the roster of newcomers, the American-Scottish actress Julianne Moore, American actor Channing Tatum and singer-songwriter Elton John.

The original film in the franchise was released in February 2015 and grossed $414M worldwide, which is a healthy take for an R-rated action-comedy film. It will be very interesting to witness if the follow up film can find similar success in the first installment.

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