Julianne Moore Shows No Holds Barred in 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Final Trailer


Julianne Moore Shows No Holds Barred in 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Final Trailer


Moore's villainous character holds nothing back when delivering her threat and declaring an attack on the Kingsman in the video.
A new and final trailer of "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" has landed online for viewing pleasure. First debuted on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", the video is less action-packed than the previous one, but it doesn't diminish how serious the threat faced by the Kingsman.

Presented in a kind of commercial for fictional company Golden Circle, the approximately-one-minute sneak peek highlights Julianne Moore's Poppy Adams, the CEO of Golden Circle. She brags about the company's "aggressive business strategy," "the latest technology" which means advanced weapons and "strict disciplinary actions."

She declares a war on the world's leaders and launches an attack on the Kingsman's headquarters. While it lacks plot details, it still features some of the protagonists, including Taron Egerton's Eggsy, Mark Strong's Merlin and Channing Tatum's Agent Tequila, who busts a move.



In the "Kingsman: The Secret Service sequel, our heroes face a new challenge. When their headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, their journey leads them to the discovery of an allied spy organization in the U.S. called Statesman, dating back to the day they were both founded.

Colin Firth returns as Harry Hart, joined by the likes of Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges, Pedro Pascal and Elton John who play new characters.

Firth previously told Cinema Blend about his return, "I mean everyone knows I'm back in some way or other. But it's just, it's only for fun in a way that they're teasing it. They're not...nobody wants to mess with people just sadistically. It's just how much, you know, if it's worth revealing. It's a bit like Christmas Day. Do you want to know before the day? But yes, clearly it's... alright you heard it here first, it's not an evil twin, okay?"

Still directed by Matthew Vaughn, it is due out in the U.S. on September 22.


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