In the original Kingsman film, Colin Firth introduced the character as an independent spy agency. The film's sequel was not as successful, but the first film's mid-credits scene remains one of its best parts. The scene shows the right-hand man of Kaiser Wilhelm (Daniel Bruhl) congratulating August Diehl's Lenin in front of a gold vault. Here's a sneak peek at how the character came to be in the new movie.

The King's Man is set during the period of World War I. It stars Harry Hart as U.S. President Woodrow Wilson and an unnamed U.S. ambassador. In the film, Woodrow Wilson yells for a Statesman whiskey while flustered. This whiskey is the front of Kingsman Tailors, an American spy organization. While he may not realize it, the American government has a front for Kingsman, which could explain the film's origins.

The prequel to The King's Man also contains a new clip that shows how the spy group came to be. It features clips from the first two films and an introduction to Conrad, the younger member of the Kingsman spy ring. It also includes soundbites from Hart, Orlando, and his team. It's a short but sweet look at the world of The Kingsman.

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