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The 'Kingsman' spy agent will continue in a second movie after the first one collected $400 million in global ticket sales.
The adaptation of Mark Miller's spy comic book shows a kick-ass Colin Firth, a lethal sword-legged villain, and an eccentric Samuel L. Jackson.
The spy actioner has been moved back from its fall 2014 release date in Fox's bid to benefit from the female-driven day.
The 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy' star channels a suave, sophisticated gentlemen-agent type in the 007 mold.
Playing the bad guy, the 'Inglorious Basterds' actor is seen shooting Firth during the filming in Surrey, England.
Sophie Cookson will star alongside Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Firth and fellow newbie Taron Egerton in the spy film based on the Mark Millar comic books.
The Matthew Vaughn-directed film will feature the country crooner as a girl, who escapes after being kidnapped by Samuel L. Jackson's character.
The retired soccer player and husband of Victoria Adams is said to be offered a cameo role in the spy film.
Jackson lands a villainous role that has been passed on by Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Cruise.