‘Kingsman 2’: Vinnie Jones Tweets Behind-the-Scenes Shots from the Set

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Vinnie Jones and ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ co-star Julianne Moore (Photo: Vinnie Jones/Twitter)

Vinnie Jones and Matthew Vaughn go way back, as the latter produced Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, two Guy Ritchie films that brought Jones to international attention. Now the duo is reuniting for Kingsman: The Golden Circle, where Jones has been tweeting from the set and the dressing room.

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In quick videos from his trailer and make-up chair, Jones uses newspapers to make clear that he is, in fact, part of the Golden Circle production, which will again feature Taron Egerton as street tough-turned-super spy Eggsy in an ultra-violent espionage adventure — this time around, involving the Kingsman’s American counterparts. Jones’ videos don’t indicate anything about his role. However, in subsequent pics posted to his official Twitter account (@VinnieJones65), he does show off some snazzy U.K. Flag shoes, and shares close-ups with director Vaughn as well as his illustrious co-star, Oscar-winner Julianne Moore, who’s now confirmed to be playing the sequel’s (as yet unspecified) lead villain.

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle will reportedly take place stateside, and if a not-so-cryptic tweet by Egerton is to be believed (and why wouldn’t it be?), original star Colin Firth will be returning to the fold as Eggsy’s mentor Harry Hart - this despite the fact that (spoiler alert) his character supposedly died at the end of the first film. Of course, Firth’s participation shouldn’t be overly surprising, since the forthcoming follow-up is now one of next summer’s big action tentpoles, thanks to its predecessor’s impressive (and somewhat unexpected) $414 million worldwide box-office take.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle sneaks into theaters on June 16, 2017.

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