10 Facts About ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ That Make The Movie Even Better (PODCAST)

Kingman Secret Service facts

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This week on Now Conspiring, we review Kingsman: The Secret Service and explore the hard-to-believe secrets behind the epic film. For example, did you even know the movie is based on a comic book? OK, maybe that’s not one of the more “mind-blowing” facts we explore, but that’s why I’m saying it here.

That opening song you heard in the show is “I’m Good” by The Mowgli’s. Their new album, “Kids in Love,” is set to release April 14.

We also talk about the critical and box office reception for Fifty Shades of Grey. If you were expecting a review, well, sorry. Stick around for News this Week, where we delve into the massive news craze surrounding Spider-Man joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Of course, Adonis and I used this episode to market our latest campaign, #Maguire2018.

Later in the show, we have our Netflix Recommendation of the Week, so you can fill your list with less risk. And as always, we finish the show with Movie Releases, where we delve into the new movies you should check out this weekend.

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Question of the Week: Besides Samuel L. Jackson, which of these actors would you have preferred as the villain in ‘Kingsman?’

  1. Leonardo DiCaprio
  2. Tom Cruise
  3. Idris Elba

Seriously, though. These guys almost got the role instead of Jackson.

Cool things we mentioned:

3 Famous Movie Plots Used Shamelessly by Fifty Shades of Grey.

5 Reasons Why Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man Makes Perfect Sense For Marvel.

Vote Now For Who You Want As Spider-Man!

 

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6 Replies to “10 Facts About ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ That Make The Movie Even Better (PODCAST)”

  1. I’m thinking I’d go with Tom Cruise. I don’t know how well Elba could do the maniacal villian. Between Leo and Tom, we saw Leo be an excellent, impassioned villian in Django. I’d like to see Cruise in a more fleshed out villian in the same vein as his Les Grossman character from Tropic Thunder. They could even make the short jokes about such a power bady.

    • I agree 1000%. Tom Cruise would have killed it, though Sam L. Jackson was perfect enough.

      • I wrote a review too, if you want to see all my thougts on the movie.

  2. I’m with Adonis. I think Elba would be really interesting if he was cast opposite his normal role. Even in the Office, he was a pretty slick villain.

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