Kingsman: The Golden Circle trailer is coming tomorrow

Megan Davies
Photo credit: 20th Century Fox

From Digital Spy

The wait is almost over for the Kingsman: The Golden Circle's official trailer.

We may have already seen one teaser that was so fast it made our heads spin and didn't actually give anything away while doing so, but tomorrow we'll finally get to see our first glimpse of Taron Egerton's Eggsy back in action at a more normal speed.

So it's officially time to start getting excited, and we have a whole 5 seconds of footage to replay over and over until the full trailer drops:

And while it may not be a lot, it sure beats the 15 seconds of footage that actually showed off just five seconds of screen time in the last trailer tease – mainly because it's given us our first clear look at the stars in action.

Between a fight in a London cab, Eggsy winking, Halle Berry's Ginger smiling and Channing Tatum's Statesmen agent Tequila on hand with a shotgun, this is one preview that definitely lives up to its definition as a teaser.

Related: Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle trailer, cast, plot, release date and everything you need to know

Kingsman 2 will see the Kingsman organisation teaming up with their US counterparts, the Statesmen, after their base is destroyed by Julianne Moore's criminal mastermind Poppy, a lifestyle-guru-turned-terrorist.

Joining Egerton, Tatum, Berry and Moore in the film will be fellow new additions Vinnie Jones, Jeff Bridges and Sir Elton John, while Mark Strong is set to reprise his role from the first film.

Photo credit: 20th Century Fox

Even more intriguing though is the confirmed return of Colin Firth as Kingsman agent Harry Hart, who'll somehow be back even after being apparently shot dead in The Secret Service.

After all, as Taron Egerton's teased on Twitter in April last year, the reports of Harry's death have been greatly exaggerated.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle will once again be directed by Kick-Ass and Layer Cake filmmaker Matthew Vaughn, and the film is currently set for release on September 29 in both the US and UK.

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