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Kingsman: The Golden Circle Trailer Coming Monday

Another blink and you'll miss it teaser for Kingsman: The Golden Circle is here. Star Taron Egerton released the quick footage on his Twitter Sunday while also revealing that a full (hopefully much slower) trailer will be coming on Monday.

The new footage, like the first teaser Egerton released last week, flashes by at light speed, but if you slow it down, it gets a bit easier to dissect some of what's going on. The first piece shows a car chase scene, followed by a pretty large explosion. From the style of the car, this appears to be when they are still in London, which could imply that it happens early on in the movie, before the Kingsmen travel to the United States to team up with the Statesmen to take down Julianne Moore's villainous Poppy.

Next up is an image of a man, likely one of the Statesmen, drawing his gun in a bar, followed by another image of Eggsy, a better look at Halle Berry's tech whiz Ginger, and a quick glimpse at Channing Tatum's Agent Tequila. The teaser also shows Tatum getting ready for a fight with what appears to be some sort of tricked out shot gun. It ends with someone who looks to be Eggsy punching a man with one arm in the face. Considering he's holding one of his own arms behind his back, it appears like the honorable spy is trying to make sure the fight is fair. (Manners maketh man, after all.)

We don't know much about the plot of Kingsman: The Golden Circle so far, but writer and director Matthew Vaughn recently said that the sequel will be "bigger and bolder and funnier and crazier" than the original, adding that Eggsy will face a "huge moral dilemma" as he tries to take down Poppy, who Vaughn calls "America's sweetheart gone wrong." We should know a lot more about what to expect from the highly anticipated sequel when the full trailer is released Monday. The movie, which also stars Pedro Pascal, Jeff Bridges, Mark Strong, Vinnie Jones, Sophie Cookson, and Colin Firth, is due out on Sept. 29. In the meantime, see the other movies that are going to blow you away this year.