Filmmaker Matthew Vaugh has confirmed that the Kingsman trilogy he always hoped for will come to completion in Fall of 2019. 

The third installment of the British comedic caper is set for official release on November 8th, 2019, which was the original release date for the Bond 25 film that got pushed back to 2020.

Entertainment Weekly confirms that Vaughn will appropriately return as writer and director. While Fox has yet to disclose any details about the cast or plot details, Vaughn did recently reveal in an interview with Empirethat Kingsman 3 will mark “the conclusion of the Harry Hart-Eggsy relationship."

The first film of the trilogy arrived in 2014, introducing the relationship between Eggsy (Taron Egerton), a street-smart petty thief, and refined Kingsman agent Harry Hart (Colin Firth) to the big screen. After defeating the villain Valentine, portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson, the duo and their band of spies, this time including American counterparts in the Statesman spy branch with Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, and Jeff Bridges filling in, came through to defeat the leader of the world's most dangerous drug cartel, played by Julianne Moore.

The first film generated over $414 million globally while its sequel nearly matched its success with $410 million.

Matthew Vaughn also mentioned that Kingsman 3 would be shot back-to-back with a spin-off film titled Kingsman: The Great Game, set to explore the Kingsman spy organization in the 20th century. In addition, Vaughn is also working on an eight-hour Kingsman TV show and another spin-off film focusing on the Statesman including Tatum, Berry, and Bridges.