"The King's Man" is a period action spy film directed by Matthew Vaughn.
The starring cast includes Ralph Fiennes as the Duke of Oxford, Gemma Arterton as Polly, Rhys Ifans as Grigori Rasputin, Matthew Goode as Captain Morton, Tom Hollander as George V, Harris Dickinson as Conrad, Daniel Brühl as Erik Jan Hanussen, Djimon Hounsou as Shola, Charles Dance as General Kitchener, Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Lee Unwin and others.

Here are "The King's Man" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for The King's Man movie?

20th Century Studios UK on Sunday, June 21, 2020 released the trailer for "The King's Man" you can watch here:
THE KING'S MAN | OFFICIAL TRAILER #3 | Coming To Cinemas Soon.

Plot summary

What is The King's Man movie plot?

Here is a short review of "The King's Man" movie plot summary.

As a collection of history's worst tyrants and criminal masterminds gather to plot a war to wipe out millions, one man and his protégé must race against time to stop them.

Cast

Who plays who in the The King's Man movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The King's Man" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Ralph Fiennes  as the Duke of Oxford
Gemma Arterton  as Polly
Rhys Ifans  as Grigori Rasputin
Matthew Goode  as Captain Morton / The Shepherd
Tom Hollander  as George V / Wilhelm II / Nicholas II
Harris Dickinson  as Conrad
Daniel Brühl  as Erik Jan Hanussen
Djimon Hounsou  as Shola
Charles Dance  as General Kitchener
Aaron Taylor-Johnson  as Lee Unwin
Stanley Tucci  as Merlin
Neil Jackson
Alison Steadman
Joel Basman
Robert Aramayo  as Gavrilo Princip
Alexandra Maria Lara
Olivier Richters  as Huge Machine Shack Guard
Branka Katic  as Tsarina Alix
Constantine Gregory  as Mayor of Sarajevo
Chloé Booyens  as Soldier
Angus Castle-Doughty  as British Pub Soldier
Valerie Pachner  as Mata Hari
Ross Anderson
Jessie Vinning  as Munitions worker
Todd Boyce  as Alfred I. DuPont
Russell Balogh  as Sandhurst PT
Cassidy Little  as Spy / Runner
Gabriel Constantin  as Russian Master of Ceremonies
Ian Porter  as American General
Katarina Martin  as Housekeeper
Hal Fowler  as Russian General
Paul Philip Clark  as Shepherd Guard
Maja Simonsen  as Pretty Girl
Connor Calland  as British Pub Soldier
Kya Garwood  as Maid
Ian Kelly  as President Woodrow Wilson
Gabriela Calun  as Russian Maid
Sam Rintoul  as Actor
Jack Cunningham-Nuttall  as Steam Bath Boy
Pierre Bergman  as British General
Peter Hardy  as Russian General
Anna Ballantine  as Afrikaans Soldier
Aaron Vodovoz  as Felix Yusupov
Stevee Davies  as Codebreaker
Martin Razpopov  as Sarajevo Prison Warden
Eliah Arnstjerna  as Sarajevo Soldier
Jhon Lumsden  as Mustard Gas Soldier
James Backway  as Soldier
Simon Connolly  as White House Butler
Renars Latkovskis  as Russian Sheppard
Andy Cheung  as Shepherd's Flock
Kristian Wanzl Nekrasov  as General Ludendorff (as Kristian Nekrasov)
Mark Anthony Dawson  as Military Officer
Richard Stephenson Winter  as Shepherd's Flock Member #2
Albert Giannitelli  as Dead Body
Shaun McKee  as Camp Guard
Amy Leeson  as Pub Girl
David Byrne  as Blackwatch Soldier
Alexander Shaw  as Young Conrad
Terence Anderson  as Shepherd's Flock Member
Denis Khoroshko  as Russian butler
Tiago Martins  as Officer Cadet
Jake Kemp  as Child prisoner of war
Tim Bruce  as Sandhurst Chaplain
Peter Dawson  as Officer Cadet
Will Pattle  as Kings Liverpool Soldier
Bevan Viljoen  as Boer Sniper
Jake Siame  as Prisoner of War
Daniel Vernan  as German Foreign Officer 1
Ben Matthew Saunders  as Blackwatch Soldier
Hal Hillman  as Sandhurst Cadet
Rasneet Kaur  as CIA Agent
Charli Janeway  as Soldier
Timon Staehler  as German soldier
Louis Mackenzie  as U-Boat Sailor
Mateusz Balcerek  as Oxford Officer
Rosie Goddard  as Grand Duchess Anastasia
Zachary Coleman  as Kings Liverpool Soldier / Young Officer
Zander James
Ronja Haugholt  as Prostitute #2
Will Willett  as Blackwatch Soldier
Ross Bailey  as Kings Liverpool Soldier
Cory Stuckey  as Blackwatch Soldier
Ben Killingback  as German Soldier
Stuart Cumming  as Bagpiper / Black Watch Soldier
Vår Haugholt  as Female Prostitute #1
George Gooderham  as Young Tsar Nicholas
Max Count  as Young King George
Emil Oksanen  as Young Kaiser Wilhelm
Phil Reeve  as German Machine Gunner

Release date

When is The King's Man movie release date?

"The King's Man" movie release date was scheduled to be on December 22, 2021 (Germany, United States) distributing by 20th Century Studios, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Argentina, Forum Hungary, Ukrainian Film Distribution (UFD) and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Finland.

Filming

What are The King's Man filming details?

"The King's Man" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Principal photography began January 22, 2019 in the United Kingdom.

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