Matthew Vaughn's second Kingsman movie didn't explode people's heads quite like the first one did, but nonetheless, a third film is on its way, according to Deadline. The report states that the third film will be a "capper" to the series, again taking inspiration from Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar's The Secret Service comic series.
There's not much to this story as of yet. Writer/director Vaughn is returning, as is co-writer Jane Goldman. Taron Egerton might be returning, presumably along with his character Eggsy Unwin. I would also assume that high-concept, over-the-top action setpieces would make some sort of appearance. But the rest of the cast is as yet unconfirmed. The second film had a big cast! Those folks are expensive.
As for where the series could go next: Vaughn has made some statements about what he wants to do, at least. For one thing, as of a few months ago, he wanted to shoot the third Kingsman alongside a prequel entitled Kingsman: The Great Game, which would look at the mid-'90s formation of the spy agency. He also wanted to cast Dwayne Johnson as the villain in the sequel, a decision which we've punched into our graphing calculators and determined is approximately equal to perfect.
Kingsman 3, whatever its title or personnel, is set for a release on November 8th, 2019. You in?