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    Default First "Kingsman: The Secret Service" Trailer Brings Millar and Gibbons' Comic to Screen

    The first trailer for the Matthew Vaughn-directed "Kingsman: The Secret Service" has arrived, based on Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons' miniseries.


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    This looks boss.

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    I see some things have been changed, but it looks like a far more faithful adaptation of Millar's work than Wanted.

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    Secret Service was easily my least favorite work of Millar.
    I can see the mass appeal, but the whole chav to secret agent thing? Ugh!

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    I was hoping for Supercrooks. Maybe i will watch it on cable.

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    So judging by the trailer Gary isn't Jack's nephew? It looks good, but the trailer makes it feel like the story is going to be a little different. I don't like how Samual L Jackson is Dr James Arnold though as the fact he was younger really helped the character.

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    So it's another mediocre Millar comic that Vaughn will improve upon, cool. Also, it's possible that Gary is Jack's nephew, but he just doesn't know it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddx77 View Post
    So judging by the trailer Gary isn't Jack's nephew? It looks good, but the trailer makes it feel like the story is going to be a little different. I don't like how Samual L Jackson is Dr James Arnold though as the fact he was younger really helped the character.
    I'm really not sure how you go from pasty-faced nerd to Samuel Jackson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dispenser Of Truth View Post
    I'm really not sure how you go from pasty-faced nerd to Samuel Jackson.
    Probably to try and get more ticket sales because nick Fury is in the movie lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dispenser Of Truth View Post
    I'm really not sure how you go from pasty-faced nerd to Samuel Jackson.
    Filmdrunk made a great observation on that- Jackson is basically playing Russell Simmons, so knowing that I feel the change is actually pretty nifty.

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