The Matthew Vaughn film adaptation, Kingsman: The Secret Service, has officially gotten the greenlight for a sequel from Fox.
Currently, there are no details on what a sequel would entail. Vaughn has stated in previous interviews that he could see a sequel tackling an American version of Kingsman. So it is possible that now that the sequel is in the works officially, that is the way it will be headed.
Vaughn has also not commented on whether he will return for the sequel. However, he has not returned for the sequels of his other films so it isn’t looking good. He didn’t direct the sequels to both Kick-Ass and First Class despite advocating those films be made.
Kingsman: The Secret Service pulled in an impressive $400 million globally. The film was based on the comic book written by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.