Colin Firth as an action hero version of Christian Grey? We'll take it.
Kingsman: The Secret Service is a movie released by 20th Century Fox on January 29 in the UK and worldwide on February 13. Kingsman which stars Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, and Michael Caine is based on the comic book, The Secret Service, created by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar. As reviewed by Forbes, the Kingsman: The Secret Service is an article from: The Inquisitr News
There is no Kingsman 2, at least right now. Matthew Vaughn‘s film Kingsman: The Secret Service opened this past weekend, and did solid business behind Fifty Shades of Grey. We don’t know of sequel plans as yet for the film based on the comic book series by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons. Show More Summary
Fifty Shades of Grey's box office domination may be making headlines, but the weekend's other winner was a bit of clever counter-programming called Kingsman: The Secret Service. The irreverent spy flick not only had strong reviews but also got everyone talking about this up-and-coming breakout action star: Colin Firth! [ Related: Colin Firth Is Open To Making [...]
Colin Firth has successfully become the next great aging action star in Kingsman: The Secret Service. Though we're still waiting to see if 20th Century Fox will give the official green light for a sequel, director Matthew Vaughn already has some plans for it just in case. Show More Summary
SPOILER ALERT...... In Kingsman: The Secret Service, Matthew Vaughn's spy flick, Colin Firth's Harry Hart meets his maker. Or so it seems. In a sequence meant to depict the character's demise, there's a wide shot where we seemingly see Samuel L. Show More Summary
Writer-director Matthew Vaughn is contemplating ways to bring back Colin Firth's Harry Hart in a 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' sequel. [...]
Super agent Harry Hart (Colin Firth) finds himself behind enemy lines. He has infiltrated a hateful church community in rural Kentucky, where he is supposed to observe a test run of a broadcasting-signal scheme launched by the evil Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Show More Summary
Regardless of who his guests are, Jimmy Fallon always finds a way to have a smashing good time, and last night Colin Firth and Jack McBrayer stopped by “The Tonight Show.” The “Love Actually” actor was in the house to promote his brand...Show More Summary
LOLOLOL! Triumph the Insult Comic Dog is really NOT that good at this game! Jimmy Fallon, who loves to play games with his The Tonight Show guests, had Colin Firth, Triumph, and Jack McBrayer on the show to play some good old fashioned Catch Phrase and the result has left us flabbergasted! [ Related: Dakota Johnson & [...]
He's joined by Jimmy Fallon, Jack McBrayer and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
On a recent episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, host Jimmy Fallon played a round of Catchphrase with Colin Firth, Jack McBrayer, and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Triumph of course used the opportunity to take shots at Fallon himself as well as other celebrities like Harvey Fierstein. During the interview portion of the […]
Along with Jack McBrayer and Triumph the Insult Comic Dog
If 50 Shades of Gray ain't up your alley, you might want to check out Kingsman: The Secret Service, opening today and starring Colin Firth, Michael Caine, and the very ripped British newcomer Taron Egerton. The film is about a...
Kingsman: The Secret Service is not the movie you probably think it is. Like many of you, I love that first trailer that's basically a complete sequence of Colin Firth beating up a gang of pub...
It was a game of Catchphrase on Thursday's (Feb. 12) "The Tonight Show" and Colin Firth appears to be a natural at the clue game.Jimmy Fallon brought out former "30 Rock" star Jack McBrayer to partner with Firth while Fallon ended up with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Show More Summary
"Kingsman: The Secret Service," starring a natty Colin Firth, a newbie Taron Egerton and a naughty Samuel L. Jackson, is a dry, wry sendup of the 007 world, which is itself a sly, dry sendup of the spy game.
Watch "Kingsman" actor Colin Firth and director Matthew Vaughn discuss the movie's themes -- and whether kids should watch -- at the WSJ Cafe.