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Kingsman: The Secret Service blew the doors off the box office four years ago, pulling in $414 million. The success of the movie about British secret agents in impeccably well-tailored suits wielding firearms like John Wick was an unexpected surprise.
It was also a good excuse to make a trilogy with Kingsman: The Golden Circle and an upcoming, untitled third instalment.
The news was announced in a tweet from film industry analysts Exhibitor Relations.
The holy trinity has been confirmed. Fox's UNTITLED KINGSMAN MOVIE drops Nov. 8, 2019. And yes, Matthew Vaughn returns to write and direct.— Exhibitor Relations (@ERCboxoffice) 21 September 2018
Writer-director Matthew Vaughn will be back for the third movie, which only makes sense given he's responsible for the amazing look of Secret Service and Golden Circle, movies with some incredibly well-choreographed and thrilling fight sequences.
Gamespot noted the opening date for the next Kingsman—Nov. 8, 2019—is the same as the original release date for the next James Bond movie. That would have been an interesting clash between Englishmen licensed to kill, but it looks as though the next Bond will be in theatres in February 2020.
Currently the date is all anyone knows about Kingsman 3, but it's easy to assume original cast members like Taron Egerton and Colin Firth will return, with neatly-knotted ties, umbrellas, and portable rocket launchers in hand.