The Kingsman: Secret Service was about training the next generation of super-spy, and now Fox is prepping for the next super-spy sequel.
The Wrap is reporting that Fox is developing a sequel to the film adaptation of Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons' The Secret Service series. Millar and Gibbons have not announced a sequel to the original comic book series, so this movie sequel could be based on new material.
Released in January, Kingsman: The Secret Service was a sleeper hit for Fox. It earned $401 million based on an $81 million budget, with $275 million of that coming from outside North America and the United Kingdom.
Kingsman: The Secret Service was co-created by Vaughn, who left the director's chair of X-Men: Days of Future Past to direct this film. Vaughn has been quoted in interviews saying he's up for returning to film a sequel, but no one involved in front of the camera or behind it has been confirmed yet for the second Kingsman.