The Kingsman franchise has added even more star power to Matthew Vaugn's untitled prequel, with Stanley Tucci and Robert Aramayo now joining an ever-expanding cast.
Tucci may be known for his dramatic roles, as in Spotlight, but he has also been part of action franchises such as Transformers and The Hunger Games. Aramayo comes over from the Game of Thrones franchise where he played a younger version of Sean Bean's Ned Stark in four episodes.
Earlier today, Aaron Taylor-Johnson signed up to reunite with Vaughn after they made Kick-Ass, with other big names like Ralph Fiennes, who's made a name for himself in the modern James Bond movies, joining the project. Rounding out the cast so far are Gemma Arterton (Quantum of Solace), Djimon Honsou (Captain Marvel, Guardians of the Galaxy), Charles Dance (Game of Thrones, Godzilla: King of the Monsters) and Daniel Bruhl (Captain America: Civil War).
The film will reportedly revolve around the protagonist Conrad, who will be played by newcomer Harris Dickinson, as the Kingsman organization goes through its formative years.
Directed by Matthew Vaughn, the Kingsman prequel is tentatively expected to be released Nov. 9.