This September, the origin story of the fictional independent intelligence agency comes to cinemas when “The King’s Man” opens.
Like many films, “The King’s Man” original release was affected by the pandemic, but Disney has put September as its new theatrical release target date.
The movie’s cast is led by Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson.
The young actor, who also played a charming prince in “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” previously talked about his “The King’s Man” character’s intention to help others and fight tyrants who are destroying the world.
The idea of him being able to go to war and fight for his country at a time where a lot of young men are being defined by that and being defined by their bravery, and he feels like he’s not being able to sort of display that and support towards a cause, so he just feels a little bit at a loose end.
20th Century Studios, which also made the previous King’s Men movies, is owned by Disney, which has been keeping families entertained through its streaming platform Disney Plus.
Disney is also releasing the much-awaited film performance of the hit musical “Hamilton.”
Fans of the show can watch it in the comfort of their homes starting July 3 on Disney Plus.
The award-winning musical, which before the pandemic was still the most popular and hardest-to-get tickets for in Broadway, was filmed for three nights and featured the show’s original multi-racial cast led by creator Lin Manuel Miranda.
“Hamilton’s” celebration of immigrants in America has resonated with many of its fans.