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Bond moves: Colin Firth is a killer spy in Kingsman

The King's Speech actor Colin Firth is a "gentleman spy" with a killer umbrella and Samuel L Jackson is a blood-hating villain with a lisp in Fox's forthcoming film Kingsman: The Secret Service.

hollywood Updated: Jul 26, 2014 17:43 IST

Colin Firth is a "gentleman spy" with a killer umbrella and Samuel L. Jackson is a blood-hating villain with a lisp in Fox's forthcoming Kingsman: The Secret Service.





The two actors were joined by fellow cast members and the film's writer Friday at Comic Con to present an early look at footage from the October release.



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One scene showed Firth taking on half a dozen thugs with nothing but his quick moves and powerful umbrella. His watch also shoots an "amnesia dart" at an observer who would call police. Another showed Jackson's headquarters, where a woman with knives for feet sliced a man in half vertically, then bustled about covering dead bodies so as not to offend her boss's delicate sensibilities.



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A still from Kingsmen: The Secret Service



"I can't stand the sight of blood," he says.



A final clip showed Firth battling assailants in a church, using a Bible as his weapon.



The writer and director behind Kick-Ass, Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn, reunited for this film, billed as a tribute to the old James Bond movies.



Mark Millar, who created the comic book the film is based on, called it "a love letter to the spy movies we miss."