Seems the stars of 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' are very naughty boys offscreen as well as on.
Consider this a public service announcement of the utmost importance: Taron Egerton is an INCREDIBLE singer. The 27-year-old ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ star can be heard flexing his hidden vocal talents in the new animated musical ‘Sing’ from Illumination, the studio behind ‘Minions’ and ‘The Secret Life of Pets’. Egerton plays Johnny, a cockney gorilla, who yearns to sing professionally despite his father’s wishes to join his criminal gang. It’s an incredible vocal performance from the star who belts out a rousing rendition of Elton John’s ‘I’m Still Standing’ at the film’s climax, and he told Yahoo Movies it’s a talent he’s been working on for many years.
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Few who were around to watch the 1988 Winter Olympics will forget the story of Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards, the hapless sportsman who captured the heart of the nation when he became the first Olympic ski jumper to represent Team GB in Calgary. Now, his story has inspired a new movie starring Taron Egerton as the sports star and Hugh Jackman as his trainer. Directed by Dexter Fletcher and produced by Matthew Vaughn, this looks like it could be the feel good movie of the year when it hits cinemas in April 2016.