Colin Firth All But Confirmed for "Kingsman: The Golden Circle"

As teased back in early spring 2016, the apparent death of Harry Hart in 2014's "Kingsman: The Secret Service" may indeed have been greatly exaggerated.

The sequel's first poster, initially tweeted by Taron Egerton (Gary "Eggsy" Unwin), hinted at the possible return of Colin Firth's Harry Hart (codename: Galahad) to the upcoming sequel "Kingsman: The Golden Circle."

Well, consider that tease all but confirmed with the latest picture sent out to the world via Instagram by Pedro Pascal (Oberyn Martell in "Game of Thrones"). Along with Egerton, Pascal is currently on set filming the sequel.

Hide behind Harry. #SafePlace #Kingsman2 #TheGoldenCircle

A photo posted by Pedro Pascal (@pascalispunk) on

When we last left Firth's Harry Hunt, he was laid out by Samuel L Jackson's Richmond Valentine. While Hunt was shot at point blank range, however, we never did see exactly what happened to his body after the brutal scene. In an interview with IGN, Mark Millar (who wrote the comic that "Kingsman" is based on, "The Secret Service: Kingsman") was quoted as saying about Hunt's return, "there's a lot of conversations like that, like should he have an evil brother, Colin with a mustache? Or is he a ghost or whatever? The guys have a plan. I can't spoil it just now because the final decision is still to be made. It'll be good."

"Kingsman: The Golden Circle", directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring Halle Berry, Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore is set for a June 16, 2017 released.

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