Kingsman was started by men who had a lot of money going spare after their offspring were amongst the many casualties of the First World War (which was supposedly how Statesman started as well). It's separate from the government and not like any ordinary spy organisations like MI6 or the CIA (who along with the government can be quite corrupted - see The Secret Service - and have been involved in unethical events (all those cruel experiments and assassinations of people). So, if Kingsman isn't government-funded (like all those other spy organisations), then where does the money come for it? Or was it all already covered by Kingsman's original founding members?
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Does anyone think that since Eggsy is Prince of Sweden, that he will continue to be in Kingsman, one of my friends said that Eggsy couldn't be an Agent since he is technically a public figure.
I've been wondering this.
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I scrolled down a little bit and saw a thread about a Canadian Kingsman... that got me thinking, what would the agencies for other countries be like? China, Japan, Russia, whether the Nordics had a single united agency or five separate ones, France, Germany, India, Australia, etc.
As a Finnish person, I could imagine a Finnish agency being called Snowman (yes, everybody would make fun of it... "Was your founder drunk when he came up with that?") or Woodsman; the agents would be codenamed either after different words for snow and ice, like Snow, Sleet, Hail, Icicle, Frost, Ice, Winter, Whiteout, Blizzard; or Kalevala characters like Väinämöinen, Ilmarinen and Lemminkäinen (and then they'd silently giggle when foreigners try to pronounce them). They'd have the best sniper agents as a shoutout to the Winter War (Simo Häyhä apparently got eight people with a single bullet once).
Their uniforms would be less formal business suits, while their cover would either be a mobile phone company or video game developer. As a result, they'd also be quite skilled in the technological aspect of field work and have an even wider array of strange gizmos than the other agencies (other than the Japanese agency who specialize in gizmos).
Any ideas for others?
Does somebody know the exact location/name of the venue/bar. Where Eggsy is having drinks while "Annie's song by JHON DENVER " is being played in background!?
It was said in the film he aways voted against she becoming an agent
Should eggsy have dated Roxy instead of Princess Tilde
I'm from Canada.
Any ideas on a Canadian Kingsman? Since we see an American and British Kingsman, why no Canadian one?
Hi there, I'm new to the wiki. It's great there is a Kingsman wiki I've been looking for one.
I have a question, why is the agents in the holograms we never see them speak or any other agents beside Galahad, Tech Support or Lancelot or Arthur?
Hey all of you folks at The Kingsman Directory, as you all know Disney has bought 20th Century Fox for $52.4 billion dollars and have gained the rights to the ''X-Men'', ''Fantastic Four'', and ''Deadpool'' (all of whom will be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe), as well as ''Avatar'', ''Alien'', ''Predator'', ''Family Guy'', ''The Simpsons'', and of course ''Kingsman''. The ''Kingsman'' films will officially become property of Disney (via 20th Century Fox) and while it is R-rated (like Deadpool) however Bob Iger has stated that there is an opprotunity for a "Marvel-R brand" for adult-oriented MCU films and since Kingsman happens to fit the bill so I've decided to come up with a crossover idea for the spy franchise with a particular badass sexy female spy: Black Widow. Here's my idea for a Kingsman/Black Widow crossover movie:
Basically the plot of this film is simple: it's Black Widow sent on a mission to perform a covert operation by S.H.I.E.L.D. meanwhile Gary Unwin is also tasked on the same mission by Kingsman however once both get there they are fazed and confused over the fact they have the same assignment and the two get into conflict with each other real quick.
What do you think of a Kingsman/Black Widow movie? Leave your comments below to let me know why?
Hi fans, I sell my new Kingsman Harry/Eggsy glasses. I never had a chance to wear it neither to adapt it to my prescription (so lens are still with no prescription).
It was an impulsive purchase but my wife is not fan of this model on me :(
I sell it with 1 box (got it with) and a soft cloth to clean lens.
I spent a lot of patience and money into this whim so I would prefer to request for offer instead of asking a price (I suspect I will not be covered).
I can ship it in Europe if paid by advance or hand-delivered in Amsterdam Area.
Guys check your spelling, especially for the word 'Allies' which has many times been spelt 'alies' and it is a pain in the back to fix
So if any of you have questions when it comes to editing the film you can ask me, so far I've edited a lot on Charlie Hesketh and a small amount on Harry Hart
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The smash-hit Kingsman gives us another spy franchise to get stuck into. Here's how Kingsman is beating both James Bond and Jason Bourne at their own game.