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‘The King’s Man’ Teaser Trailer: Ralph Fiennes Explains Origin of Kingsman Agency

Twentieth Century Fox released the first teaser trailer for 'Kingsman' prequel 'The King's Man,' exploring the origins of the independent intelligence agency on Monday.

‘Kingsman’ Prequel Is Called ‘The King’s Man’

Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman prequel has a name: 'The King's Man.'

Disney-Fox Merger: Combined Box Office Strategy Begins

In recent days, 20th Century Fox has been quietly rearranging its release calendar, no doubt in anticipation of the $70 billion-plus Disney-21st Century Fox marriage. Late last week, it pushed back the release of 'Death on the Nile,' a star-studded sequel to 'Murder on the Orient Express,' from Dec. 20, 2019 to Oct. 2, 2020.

‘Kingsman 3’ Lands Fall 2019 Release Date

Fox has set the release date for 'Kingsman 3' for Nov. 9, 2019.

Richard Madden in Talks to Join Taron Egerton in Elton John Biopic ‘Rocketman’

The 'Game of Thrones' alum will play John's longtime manager, John Reid.

Matthew Vaughn Planning ‘Kick-Ass’ Reboot, ‘Kingsman’ Universe

A 'Kingsman' TV show, prequel and more are reportedly in the works, alongside a solo Hit-Girl film.

This ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Blu-Ray Comes With Whiskey Stones

The spy sequel hits home entertainment on Dec. 12.

MIPCOM: On the Set of ‘Deep State’ With Mark Strong

The ambitious eight-part thriller, which launched in Cannes Monday, is the first regional scripted show from Fox Networks Group Europe & Africa.

Weekend Box Office: ‘Kingsman’ Narrowly Beats ‘American Made,’ ‘It’ After All

Tom Cruise's new film, 'American Made,' was unable to unseat the two holdovers.

‘Kingsman 2’: Taron Egerton on How the Ending Impacts Planned Trilogy

"My concern with it is that it's quite happily ever after," says 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' star Taron Egerton.

Why Fans Saw Less of Channing Tatum in ‘Kingsman 2’ Than Expected

Scheduling issues led to one of the signature American characters moving into a noticeably smaller role onscreen.

Does ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Abandon the Appeal of the Series?

Did the follow-up to 'The Secret Service' need more stars and less subtlety?