The third installment in the superhit film series Kingsman titled The King’s Man after having been theatrically released is now gearing for its premiere on the digital platform Disney+Hotstar soon.
The spy action film serves as a prequel to the earlier two films in the franchise Kingsman: The Secret Service & Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
The King’s Man was released in Dec 2021 amid covid19 pandemic in the U.S and the U.K & received mixed responses from the critics and the audience as well.
Theatrical Release Date & Box Office
Matthew Vaughn’s directorial was made with a budget of 100 million dollars (INR 756 crores) & had raked in a decent overall collection of 125.9 million dollars (Rs 953 crores approx) at the BO worldwide.
It was released in India on 14 Jan 2022 in both languages English & Hindi. However, the film couldn’t manage to pull the Indian audience towards the cinemas halls, it churned out only Rs 1.06 Cr nett collection in its one week theatrical run.
Disney+Hotstar Release Date
Though The King’s Man was released at the time when the fear of the Omicron variant of the novel coronavirus was at its peak in India, which could be one of the reasons, the film not grossing well here.
Now, if you have missed the film in the cinema halls, the streaming platform Disney+Hotstar is all set to premiere The King’s Man on 8 April 2022 in both languages English and Hindi.
— Disney+ Hotstar (@DisneyPlusHS) March 29, 2022
Star Cast of The King’s Man
The spy film is set in 1910-20 and delves into the first world war that coerced the birth of the world’s first-ever espionage agency also known as The Kingsman Organization.
The King’s Man boasts an ensemble star cast, Ralph Fieness (Orlando Oxford/Arthur), Gemma Arterton (Polly Watkins/Galahad), Djimon Hounsou (Shola aka Merlin), Rhys Ifans (Grigori Rasputin), Harris Dickinson (Conrad Oxford), Matthew Goode (Maximilian Morton aka Max), Tom Hollander (King George), Daniel Bruhi ( Eri jan Hanussen) in the significant roles.
Matthew Vaughn along with the direction wrote the story, he also co-produced the film with David Reid and Adam Bohling under the banner Marv Studios with the collab of Cloudy Productions. On the technical front the known Ben Davis cranked the camera, Jason Ballantine and Rob Hall was on board for the editing and the music is given by Matthew Margeson and Dominic Lewis.