Kingsman: The Golden Circle, the sequel to 2015's blockbuster spy film Kingsman: The Secret Service, is shaping up to be a circle of A-list stars.
Of course the movie's protagonist, Taron Egerton, will be reprising his role as Eggsy, with Mark Strong also returning as his logistics man, Merlin.
Joining them will be a couple of Academy Award winning actresses: Julianne Moore, who will be playing the villain Poppy, and Halle Berry, who will be portraying the leader of Kingsman's American partner organization, the Statesmen.
Then there is Hollywood superstar Channing Tatum, who will appear in an undisclosed role; and Game Of Thrones' Pedro Pascal who everyone will remember as the heroic but tragic Prince Oberyn.
Recently, it was also announced that living legend and rock icon Elton John would also be joining the cast.
So much talent and star-power in a single movie. It seems that the names on the marquee are a good enough reason to watch it.
But that is not all, because Hollywood veteran and Academy Award winner Jeff Bridges, announced on his twitter account that he will also be in the upcoming spy flick.
The actor simply posted the movie's teaser poster, and captioned the picture with "#Kingsman", without elaborating any further.
— Jeff Bridges (@TheJeffBridges) May 28, 2016
It is also rumored that Colin Firth who played Eggsy's mentor, Harry Hart, will be returning for the sequel. Although in the first movie it was explicitly shown that he was shot and killed, it is not clear if they somehow found a reasonable explanation for him surviving, or if he will just appear on a flashback scene.
The sequel's storyline will follow the continuing spy career of Gary "Eggsy" Unwin who will be faced with the destruction of Kingsman headquarters. He and Merlin will have to travel to the United States to team up with Statesmen to bring down the villain responsible for the attack.
Not only are many of the actors from the first movie coming back for the sequel, Matthew Vaughn will also return as writer-director.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is set to hit theaters on June 16, 2017.