The King’s Man – The Origins in home video: all the details

It is available from today 23 February, The King’s Man – The Origins in home video in version Blu-Ray, DVD and UHD Steelbook with lots of spectacular extras, including the documentary The King’s Man: The Big Game Begins, which traces the birth and development of the Kingsman agency, and two unpublished insights not to be missed.

The King’s Man – The Origins is the prequel to the first two films of the Kingsman franchise directed by Matthew Vaughn. The film is directed by Matthew Vaughn and stars Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Matthew Goode, Tom Hollander, Harris Dickinson, Daniel Brühl, with Djimon Hounsou and Charles Dance.

Here is the synopsis:

When the worst tyrants and criminal minds in history come together to organize a war to wipe out millions of lives, one man will have to race against time to stop them. The King’s Man – The Origins reveals the origins of the first independent intelligence agency.

The King’s Man – The Origins in home video: all the details

Here are the special content that can be found in the Blu-Ray and UHD SteelBook versions

Documentary The King’s Man: The Great Game Begins:

  • A Lost Generation – Cast and filmmakers retrace the process that brought to life a carefully structured story that explores the origins of the Kingsman intelligence agency.
  • The Oxfords and the Bad Guys – Close encounter with the amazing new characters told by Matthew Vaughn.
  • All the world is a stage – Insight into the meticulous reconstruction of the world of The King’s Man – The Origins through interviews, footage, artwork and details from the set.
  • Tools of War – Focus on the early 20th Century analogue spy technologies and weapons used in the film that determined the fighting and work of the film’s stuntmen.
  • Luck Favors the Bold – Director Matthew Vaughn and his creative team delve into the soundtrack and sound design of The King’s Man – The Origins.
  • Long Live Kingsman – The cast and filmmakers share their experience of filming.

There are also two featurettes:

  • No Man’s Land: Bladed Duel Scene Analysis – All the steps of the creative process behind the exciting knife challenge sequence: rehearsals, storyboards, interviews and footage from the set, up to the incredible rendering of special effects.
  • Memory and the Search for Purpose – Learn more about the extraordinary Royal British Legion organizations and Help for Heroes, two structures responsible for the recovery, welfare and employment of military veterans, with commentary from Matthew Vaughn in favor of their missions.
The King’s Man – The Origins in home video
The King's Man - The Origins in home video