Like he did for the first two installments, Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass, X-Men: First Class) will write and direct. While speaking to Empire Magazine in June, the filmmaker stated that the trilogy capper would be, "the conclusion of the Harry Hart-Eggsy relationship." The characters are played by Colin Firth and Taron Egerton respectively.
Based on the comic books by writer Mark Millar (Wanted) and artist Dave Gibbons (the famed co-creator of Watchmen), the Kingsman movies follow the impeccably-dressed and well-mannered members of a top-secret British intelligence/spy agency, as they (much like James Bond) go on globe-trotting adventures in order to thwart the machinations of psychotic super-villains.
During his appearance at C2E2 this past April, Millar confirmed that Vaughn had ideas for at least two more sequels.
The first film acquainted audiences with England's "Secret Service" and pitted Eggsy, Harry, and Merlin (Mark Strong) against Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson), a bad guy intent on seeing the world tear itself apart with a frequency that turns people into murdering maniacs.
The 2017 sequel, sub-titled The Golden Circle, expanded the universe by introducing the Kingsmans' American counterparts, the Statesman, played by Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, Pedro Pascal, and Jeff Bridges.