There are several new sheriffs in town in the upcoming "Kingsman" sequel, and from the looks of it they're a bit uncouth.
20th Century Fox dropped a brand new red-band trailer on Thursday for "Kingsman: The Golden Circle," which sees the franchise's young hero Taron Egerton teaming up with a variety of gun-toting newcomers, including two foul-mouthed American lawmen played by Stern Show veterans Jeff Bridges and Channing Tatum.
"That's very American," a bespectacled, well-tailored Egerton tells Tatum toward the end of the action-filled trailer (above).
"Heh heh. Fuck yeah!" Tatum responds from beneath his cowboy hat.
Samuel L. Jackson and Sofia Boutella, the antagonists from the original, are apparently dead and buried, but they've been replaced by other Hollywood heavyweights, like Halle Berry, Julianne Moore, and "Game of Thrones"-alum Pedro Pascal. Returning co-stars include Colin Firth—now with 100 percent more eye-patch—and Mark Strong, with Matthew Vaughn also back to co-write and direct.
While it looks like they may not be sharing the screen on this one, Tatum told Howard during his 2015 Stern Show debut that Jackson had actually given him invaluable acting advice during his early days in Hollywood. Click here for more from that interview.
"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" hits theaters Sept. 22. Watch the latest trailer (above).