A precursor to the popular spy movie series, “The King‘s Man“ contains a slew of Easter eggs and references to the first two “Kingsman“ films. Although director Matthew Vaughan announced King of Glory 3 and a series of spin-offs, “The King‘s Man“ is the first official independent film in the series. 2021 The King‘s Man takes place in Kingsman: The Secret Service nearly 100 years ago. It tells the original story of the Kingsman spy circuit, including the beginning of many gadgets, titles, and phrases. These tools, titles and phrases will become after you become the main presence of the organization. Played by Ralph Fiennes as Orlando Oxford, the cast who follows the King, as well as the noble Duke, his son Conrad and his staff Chula and the role of Polly, find a carefully planned international bond in World War I on international wars around the world,
Although “The King‘s Man“ has received mixed reviews from critics for its uneven tone, the prequel remains an interesting origin story. Although no original characters appear in the final scenes of the current movie series, the mid-end trailer for King‘s Man shows that a sequel to the game is in production. In light of the fact that the spy franchise still has nearly 100 years of lost events and story between King‘s Man and Ace Agent: Agents, there is no shortage of plot connections and origins in the prequel series that need further exploration. As the first exploration of the origins of the spy organization, here is an analysis of each Easter egg and a reference to the Kingsman movie in “The King‘s Man“. The Kingsman explained that the titular tailor had become the secret headquarters of a spy agency in World War I, and revealed that their association with the store could be traced even further.
The opening scene of The King‘s Man began in 1902, when Conrad‘s mother and the Duke‘s wife were unfortunately killed by enemy snipers. While waiting for the carriage, young Conrad and Shura (played by Jimon Hanso) talk about King Arthur‘s Round Table, which sparked his love for Arthur‘s legend and they said Shura would be Merlin, who later became his nickname. To commemorate his late son Conrad and the many legends throughout the film, Orlando formed a spy ring of King‘s agents with the name of each founding member of King Arthur written on it. In The King‘s Man, Polly was called Galahad, and later Igersey and Harry used this name in Kingsman; Archid (Aalanta Le Johnson) was called Lancelot, and later Roxy was at Kingsman. It is used in Sman; King George V is Percival, as well as the Kingsman agent who recruited Roxy;
When the British tried to recruit the United States to join the World War I effort, Kingsman fans will cleverly remember: The Golden Circle. Just like the Kingsman Tailors is the front line of the independent British spy agency, the Whiskey Statesman is the American front line of the American spy organization. The final scene of The King‘s Man shows that Stanley Tucci‘s role as US ambassador also cemented the politician as the front line of their spy agency, and Biddewell became the last of the roundtable. After Kingsman 2, Matthew Vaughn joked that he was preparing a standalone show for The Politician, so adding whiskey to The King‘s Man might be an acknowledgment of the upcoming movie.