Unsurprisingly given the success of the first film, 20th Century Fox is going forward with a sequel to Matthew Vaughn’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service” says The Wrap.
The Taron Egerton and Colin Firth-led spy action spoof just passed a whopping $400 million at the global box office, outpacing all expectations and far exceeding its $80 million production budget.
The studio has yet to make an official announcement about the sequel, or setup a time table as to when it would go into production.
Vaughn’s slate is fairly full with the “Flash Gordon” reboot on the way, an adaptation of the comic “The Golden Age” for Fox, and is currently producing the Eddie ‘The Eagle’ biopic which also stars Egerton.
Source: The Wrap