The debonair group left passers-by stunned as they strolled through London and posed in front of a number of famous landmarks, including Millennium Bridge, Waterloo Station and Covent Garden.
The Londoners were transported back in time yesterday, as these boring English gentlemen and women mingled with the passengers – while wearing traditional three-piece suits and bowler hats.
The debonair team appeared next to a World War I-style Sopwith Pup Bi-plane, dressed in iconic three-piece suits and bowler hats with yellow umbrellas, gathered in front of the capital’s iconic landmark, the Tower Bridge.
City workers and cyclists were amazed as the treasure trove of kind people was also found at various locations throughout the capital – including Millennium Bridge, Waterloo Station and Covent Garden.
The images were released to mark the arrival of the new film, The King’s Man, which premieres in cinemas across the country on December 26.
The Crown pub at Brewer Strett, Soho, has also been renamed The King’s Man Tavern, where players can enjoy drinks in a franchise-inspired pub.
The day of the film event also featured an impressive screening at the world’s most famous military academy – the Royal Sandhurst Military Academy – where it saw the Old College building illuminated by the iconic The King’s Man logo.
On Sunday night, the London Eye was also lit up to celebrate The King’s Man franchise, using AI technology to illuminate the landmark with the logo.
The new movie is a prequel to my favorite action movies, Kingsman: Secret Service and Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
Following is a collection of the worst tyrants and criminals in history as they gather to plot a war to wipe out millions – and one man’s fight against time to stop them, sparking The Kingsman origins.
Starring Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Dijmon Hounsou and Tom Hollander, the film takes place in early 1900 in London, as the world powers England, Russia and Germany clash on the brink of World War I.
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