12 Hidden Scenes in Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Following is our collection of Kingsman: The Golden Circle facts. Handpicked and verified, these little-known details can be obscure enough most people will miss. These behind the scene easter eggs and hidden messages will give you another view of Kingsman: The Golden Circle film message.

After Charlie rips his robot right arm off, Eggsy also puts his right arm behind his back to make it a fair fight. In the first film, Eggsy puts his signet ring on his right hand showing his dominant arm is his right, but he fights with his left like Charlie.
After Charlie rips his robot right arm off, Eggsy also puts his right arm behind his back to make it a fair fight. In the first film, Eggsy puts his signet ring on his right hand showing his dominant arm is his right, but he fights with his left like Charlie.
In "Kingsman: The Golden Circle", a special credit is given to Samuel L. Jackson.
In "Kingsman: The Golden Circle", a special credit is given to Samuel L. Jackson.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle Hidden Facts

1 - "Beauty Bot" can be spotted getting out of its salon two scenes prior to its intervention in the fight scene.
"Beauty Bot" can be spotted getting out of its salon two scenes prior to its intervention in the fight scene.

Jeff Bridges character says "Do you have any promising, uh, leads?", which is also a line he uses in The Big Lebowski.

Composer Henry Jackman re-uses his electric guitar riff from X-Men: First Class

The first music that is heard is a bagpiped version of Country Road, which would later be an important song for the finale.

When eggsy is being chased by you know who, the marquee signs align perfectly with their personas

Poppy's two mechanical dogs are named Bennie and Jet, after Elton John's popular song.

During the scenes that the robotic dogs are charging towards Elton John you can see their names are "Jet" and "Bennie", named after his hit "Bennie and the Jets". The song is about a futuristic rock band made of automatons, which the robot dogs are named after.

1 - The reserve whiskey in the Statesman vault is from 1963. This year was also the year in US history when President Kennedy was assassinated and the year of Martin Luther Kings famous 'I have a dream' speech.
The reserve whiskey in the Statesman vault is from 1963. This year was also the year in US history when President Kennedy was assassinated and the year of Martin Luther Kings famous 'I have a dream' speech.
1 - An ostensible Italian mountain is placed in/near the Italian region of Tuscany (top-left screen), which does not contain any snowy mountains. Further, the mountain is given the name Mont Blanc (top-middle screen), which is a mountain in the french alps.
An ostensible Italian mountain is placed in/near the Italian region of Tuscany (top-left screen), which does not contain any snowy mountains. Further, the mountain is given the name Mont Blanc (top-middle screen), which is a mountain in the french alps.

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The goofs, crazy credits, and trivia they have performed may have not taken your attention. Some are hidden for a reason, while others randomly forgotten.