Monday, February 2, 2015

Kingsman: The Secret Service movie billboards...

Kingsman Secret Service special extension movie billboard
Now here's something you don't see in the skies of L.A. very often, an amputee paraplegic assassin with killer legs.
Kingsman Secret Service special billboard
This Valentine's Day weekend Fifty Shades of Grey will face off against Kingsman: The Secret Service (although 'Christian Grey' would probably like this woman walking all over his back with his particular tastes).
Kingsman Secret Service movie billboard
This espionage action movie is loosely adapted from The Secret Service comic book series, created by artist Dave Gibbons and writer Mark Miller, the mind who also brought us Kick-Ass and Wanted
Kingsman Secret Service billboard
Colin Firth does his best Michael Caine impression and stars as 'Harry Hart', a veteran British secret agent who takes a young upstart (Taron Egerton) under his wing and introduces him to the world of spycraft.
Kingsman Secret Service movie billboard
No stranger to the realm of espionage after playing S.H.I.E.L.D.'s 'Nick Fury' in Marvel's blockbuster movies, Samuel L. Jackson shows his villainous side as 'Richmond Valentine' and Sofia Boutella plays his deadly sidekick, 'Gazelle' (who takes the lead on these outdoor ads).
Kingsman Secret Service Gazelle billboard
The landscape special extension billboard for Kingsman was spied along Westwood Boulevard on January 22, 2015, whilst the portrait extension version was spotted high over Hollywood & Highland and the standard landscape version snapped along the Sunset Strip around the same time.
Kingsman Secret Service Gazelle billboard
By the looks of these ad creatives, if you're a fan of James Bond and his super spy adventures with their diabolical villains, then you'll get a kick out of this new film.
Kingsman Secret Service film billboard
UPDATED: Daily Billboard managed to spy two more of the Kingsman ad creative featuring the wider cast (including JB the Pug) in better lighting.
These billboards for the ultra-violent spy film satire were snapped along La Cienega Boulevard and Pico Boulevard on February 4, 2015.

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