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The explosive new trailer for ‘The King’s Man’ has arrived

The explosive new trailer for ‘The King’s Man’ has arrived

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It’s time to fight like a gentleman once more because the all-new RATED R trailer for The King’s Man has arrived and promises explosive action, gnarly fight scenes, perfectly tailored suits and a whole heap of f-bombs and audiences are gonna be in for one hell of a ride with this one!

Watch the full RED BAND trailer below:


Here’s the official synopsis:

As a collection of history’s worst tyrants and criminal masterminds gather to plot a war to wipe out millions, one man, Orlando Oxford (Ralph Fiennes) and his protégé Conrad (Harris Dickerson) must race against time to stop them.

Visual maestro Matthew Vaughn jumps straight on into the action here in this bold new trailer for The King’s Man and frames it around an explosive confrontation between Fiennes’ Duke of Oxford, the adventurous Orlando Oxford and the sinister Rasputin (Rhys Ifans) and what follows is a symphony of brazen madness and explosive bombastic spy fun that audiences are going to be giddy over.

Acting as an origin tale, The King’s Man builds on previous trailers that we’ve seen and really cranks up the R-rated mayhem that the film promises. Bullets will fly, blades cut deep, heads um roll, and the staggering outlandish spy fun of this trailer is sure to leave you energised and pumped. As he has been seen in previous trailers, Fiennes is absolutely superb as the adventurous, noble and thoroughly capable Orlando Oxford, or has a mystic of the great Robert Scott about him and this adventurer for the ages is about to face his biggest challenge yet in form of the dangerous and psychotic Shepard (Matthew Goode).

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Audiences have been waiting for The King’s Man with bated breath and the wait looks to have been well worth it thanks to this new trailer and audiences will be in for a rollercoaster of WWI spy action when The King’s Man arrives IN CINEMAS on December 22.