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Show­down be­tween the big­gest

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THOSE sharp-suited su­per-spies are back and they have their sights on crack­ing Amer­ica.

In Kings­man: The Golden Cir­cle, the suave Bri­tish agents head off to the States to meet their colo­nial cousins the States­men.

With the film out on Wed­nes­day, ris­ing Welsh star Taron Eger­ton talks us through the se­quel to Matthew Vaughn’s 2014 hit…

Q: Was the suc­cess of the first movie a sur­prise?

A: I can’t sit here and say I knew it was go­ing to be as big as it was, but I hon­estly al­ways had faith in the script. It was a re­ally orig­i­nal story di­rected by a man with Q: You nailed Eg­gsy’s ac­cent per­fectly. Did it take a lot of prac­tice? A: It was re­ally dif­fi­cult – I can switch it off and on now, but it took hours of prac­tice.

Q: How do you choose a project and is there any­thing you’ve turned down?

A: It’s as sim­ple as if some­thing feels right then it feels right. I wouldn’t do some­thing where I felt the role was bland just for a big pay cheque.

Q: Have you ever worn one of the suits on a night out?

A: It was ac­tu­ally a Kings­man suit I wore to Q: Tell us about the States­men, how do they com­pare to the Kings­men?

A: The Kings­men didn’t even know the States­men ex­isted, so the first part of the film is very much ex­plor­ing a new world and find­ing out who The States­men are. By the end of the film it’s very much the Kings­men sav­ing the day again though.

Q: Is there a po­lit­i­cal an­gle to the film? A: There is def­i­nitely a po­lit­i­cal or pres­i­den­tial theme that runs through

SU­PER BRAT: LaBeouf in full flow. Above, Stel­lan Skars­gard ■

CLASH OF TITANS: Riv­et­ing fi­nal is so tense the pre­miere of the first movie. I also got to keep one of those beau­ti­ful Bre­mont watches, but I’m so scared of los­ing it I hardly wear it.

in­cred­i­ble vi­sion, so I wasn’t re­ally sur­prised it done well.

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