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The Kingsman Are Trespassing In New The Golden Circle Clip

The Kingsman are not welcome in a new clip from The Golden Circle. The upcoming film will see the Kingsman headed to America after their headquarters are destroyed by the villainous Poppy (Julianne Moore), forcing them to team up with their American counterparts the Statesmen to try and save the world (again). 

The clip features Channing Tatum's Agent Tequila happening upon Taron Egerton's Eggsy and Mark Strong's Merlin in the Statesman's liquor distillery. It's unclear exactly what Eggsy and Merlin are up to, but it certainly doesn't look good– the pair have tapped one of the Statesmen's big whiskey barrels, letting the product spray out onto the floor.

"You know my momma, she always told me us southerners get our good manners from the British," Agent Tequila says as he walks towards the pair, who are trying very hard to act like nothing is wrong. "I was thinking, ain't that a pity. Y'all ain't keep nothing for yourself. Y'all ain't never heard of knocking before you enter?"

Eggsy responds by pointing out that the pair had an invitation, saying that they are from the Kingsman tailor shop in London. Agent Tequila does not seem impressed by their fine suits or fancy specs, though, saying, "Let me see if I got it right here. You want me to believe that it's normal for a tailor to hack through an advanced biometric security system with nothing but a little bitty old watch on... That dog don't hunt." The clip ends with him pointing his gun at our favorite heroes, asking them to tell him who they really work for.

Sophie Cookson, Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry, Pedro Pascal, Colin Firth, Elton John, Vinnie Jones, and Michael Gambon also star in Kingsman: The Golden Circle, which is directed by Matthew Vaughn based on a script he co-wrote with Jane Goldman. The movie will hit theaters on Sept. 22; while we wait, see some of the other movies you have to look forward to this fall.