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  1. J.A.A. Purves

    Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015)

    (A&F links to Stardust (2007), Kick-Ass (2010) and X-Men: First Class (2011).) JoBlo: The Matthew Vaughn film is an adaptation of the Mark Millar comic of the same name, and follows a secret agent named Uncle Jack (Firth) as he trains his troubled nephew (Egerton) in the art of espionage. THE SECRET SERVICE is Taron Egerton's big screen debut, and besides Firth the film also stars Samuel L. Jackson as the villain and Michael Caine as the head of the spy agency. Independent.ie: Mark Strong has teased that director Matthew Vaughn will outdo himself with new film The Secret Service. The British actor hinted that the upcoming spy adventure, based on Mark Millar's comic book, will be madder than Kick-Ass, which Matthew also directed. "It's fun and mad and it'll be everything that Kick-Ass was, only more," he said. Mark stars as one of the secret service agents in the comic book adaptation alongside Sir Michael Caine and Colin Firth. Colin portrays "the world's greatest secret agent", who is training his nephew - played by newcomer Taron Egerton - in the spy business, with Sir Michael cast as the head of the elite spy organisation.
  2. Peter T Chattaway

    X-Men: First Class (2011)

    Links to our threads on X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) and the currently-in-development Wolverine 2. Link to my most recent blog post on this film (way back in May 2009). - - - Bryan Singer Will Direct X-Men: First Class! In recent interviews, Singer has been asked about possibly directing the planned prequel X-Men: First Class, and he always seemed interested but earlier this evening, he let slip that he has in fact just signed the deal with Fox to direct the next "Origins" film, which will reportedly look at the early days of Cyclops, Jean Grey and others at the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning. ComingSoon.net, December 16
  3. Guest

    Stardust (2007)

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  4. Overstreet

    Kick-Ass (2010)

    Apparently, Kick-Ass screened at BNAT this weekend and superlatives are flying on Twitter. Sounds like it delivers... something.