Halle Berry proved she belongs in the old West, just like her character from the upcoming Kingsman: The Golden Circle . During a panel for the spy film at San Diego Comic-Con, the cast â€” which includes Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Pedro Pascal and Berry â€” partook in libations. Tatum poured Berry her drink. And while most cast members took about a shot of whiskey, Berry outdid them all by apparently chugging an entire pint of whiskey.
The Kingsman spies have had a busy morning. The first full trailer for the spy film's sequel, Kingsman: The Golden Circle , premiered in the morning before the movie's panel at San Diego Comic-Con. In the first look, the spies from England including Colin Firth and Taron Egerton must team up with their American counterparts, including Channing Tatum. Then at the film’s San Diego Comic-Con panel, the cast dropped another teaser, this one a crossover with slapstick spy show, Archer.
Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) unfortunately promised to leave his girlfriend Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) alone, robbing the movie of its best asset. Director Sam Raimi's Spider-Man movies were full of angst and tears. The final installment went from weepy to surreal with its musical interludes. But the film's heart wins out. This reboot forced the audience to watch Uncle Ben die all over again. But then-real-life couple Garfield and Stone's chemistry buoyed the action.
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Selecting a term
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