Top 18 Kingsman: The Secret Service Movie Facts

Following is our collection of Kingsman: The Secret Service 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 Secret Service film message.

The princess offers Eggsy "to do it in the bum" if he saves the world. After he returns, the code to unlock her door is 2625 which spells ANAL on a numberpad.

In "Kingsman: The Secret Service" (2014), Eggsy's reluctance to kill an innocent animal causes him to crash a car, get arrested, and join the Kingsman. At the end of his training, his same reluctance is what gets him kicked out.
In "Kingsman: The Secret Service" (2014), Eggsy's reluctance to kill an innocent animal causes him to crash a car, get arrested, and join the Kingsman. At the end of his training, his same reluctance is what gets him kicked out.

Kingsman: The Secret Service Trivia

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  1. After Merlin orders the recruits to fall out, they do in two senses of the phrase: the military sense and they start arguing.

Kingsman: The Secret Service Easter Eggs

Hidden objects, characters, easter eggs, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • 1 - In The Vehicle Hangar, One Of The Vehicles Is The Beatles' Yellow Submarine
    In The Vehicle Hangar, One Of The Vehicles Is The Beatles' Yellow Submarine

Kingsman: The Secret Service Hidden Details

1 - Eggsy is seen wearing shoes with wings on them, this is a reference to the iconic pair winged shoes worn by famous musician Elton John. Matthew Vaughn very much wanted Elton John to make an appearance in the film however, he only joined them for the sequel.
Eggsy is seen wearing shoes with wings on them, this is a reference to the iconic pair winged shoes worn by famous musician Elton John. Matthew Vaughn very much wanted Elton John to make an appearance in the film however, he only joined them for the sequel.
1 - The villain Valentine (who wants to cull the world population except for the elite to "protect" the Earth) owns panda paintings that allude to the WWF logo. Julian Huxley was a founder of WWF and a famed eugenicist. His brother, Aldous Huxley, wrote Brave New World.
The villain Valentine (who wants to cull the world population except for the elite to "protect" the Earth) owns panda paintings that allude to the WWF logo. Julian Huxley was a founder of WWF and a famed eugenicist. His brother, Aldous Huxley, wrote Brave New World.
1 - When Valentine's security chips blow up the hosts' heads, they do so in multicolour, as he states he hates gore.
When Valentine's security chips blow up the hosts' heads, they do so in multicolour, as he states he hates gore.
1 - The taxi that Harry travels in is the same taxi that Eggsy uses in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. When Harry was assumed dead, they must've passed this down, just like they did with their codenames.
The taxi that Harry travels in is the same taxi that Eggsy uses in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. When Harry was assumed dead, they must've passed this down, just like they did with their codenames.

Harry drinks a pint of Guinness before fighting several gang members. Behind him is an advertisement that says "A Guinness for strength".

1 - During the church fight scene, Harry Heart/Galahad is visibly confused after an explosion goes off next to him, partially deafening him for a couple of seconds. This is because he is no longer able to hear the high pitch sound turning him crazy.
During the church fight scene, Harry Heart/Galahad is visibly confused after an explosion goes off next to him, partially deafening him for a couple of seconds. This is because he is no longer able to hear the high pitch sound turning him crazy.

A butterfly collection is seen in Harry's house in the room where Mr. Pickle is displayed.

1 - The protagonist and antagonist (later in the film) are the only ones not wearing a shirt after the first training exercise has concluded.
The protagonist and antagonist (later in the film) are the only ones not wearing a shirt after the first training exercise has concluded.

Early in the film, Eggsy crashed the stolen car while trying to avoid a cat in the road. Later on, he was booted out of Kingsman candidacy when he wouldn't shoot his dog.

During the church scene, Harry fires 10 shots before reloading (The first shot was from the shotgun attachment). He then fires another 10 shots before running out of ammunition.

1 - The body guard is first suspicious of the the agent at the door because he used the wrong knock pattern.
The body guard is first suspicious of the the agent at the door because he used the wrong knock pattern.
1 - The antagonist, Richard Valentine states that he hates the sight of blood and gore. This is why the exploding heads at the end of the movie are made to be so colourful.
The antagonist, Richard Valentine states that he hates the sight of blood and gore. This is why the exploding heads at the end of the movie are made to be so colourful.
1 - After the "shoot the dog" scene, Arthur says about Roxy "At least the girl's got balls". Later on, she is hanging from a pair of massive inflatable "balloons".
After the "shoot the dog" scene, Arthur says about Roxy "At least the girl's got balls". Later on, she is hanging from a pair of massive inflatable "balloons".
Kingsman: The Secret Service poster
Kingsman: The Secret Service poster

Kingsman: The Secret Service Plot

A spy organisation recruits a promising street kid into the agency's training program, while a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of Kingsman: The Secret Service. 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.

Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy, Thriller
Director Matthew Vaughn
Stars Adrian Quinton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Jonno Davies
IMDB score 7.7