20th Century Fox YouTube Channel released a new teaser trailer of The King’s Man – action-based comedy that will be on theaters in February next year. Looking at the trailer, there is no such comedy part seen. Full action, war, and brutality are clearly there. The producer Matthew Vaughn made the movie as a prequel to action-comedy Kingsman series. The most solid looking actor Ralph Fiennes exactly suits the main cast. His role as Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter Series made him very prominent in the movie industry.
According to IMDB, Kingsman: The Secret Service had an estimated budget of $81,000,000 followed by huge box office worldwide of $414,351,546. However, the next sequel brought $4 million less from global earnings that were backed by the budget of $104,000,000. Samuel Lee Jackson, most probably, could attract more attention with the villain’s role of Valentine who offered sim cards with free calls and free internet.
Matthew Vaughn is an English producer, writer, and director who took a part in creating Snatch (2000), Layer Cake (2004), Kick-Ass (2010) and others.
Let’s look at short stats that can show which movie was the most successful in revenue earnings. Data is collected from IMDB.
Kingsman: The Secret Service is the highest earner with a budget of less than $1 million. However, with a tiny budget Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels could earn $1 612 800 in 1998. Based on the popularity of Matthew Vaughn’s movies, the upcoming King’s Man will be way exciting like previous ones and there is a chance for the highest Box Office as the prequel will tell the origins of the secret service society.
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