And she'll be bragging about it to her pal George Clooney!
Channing Tatum Has Signed Up For 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle'
First it was rumoured that Elton John would be joining the cast of Kingsman: The Golden Circle and now Channing Tatum has confirmed that he will also star in the upcoming film!
He announced the news on Twitter when he posted an image of a poster from the film, captioning it: 'I'm about to get all up in that Golden Circle. #Kingsman'.
The poster is simply a pair of aviator sunglasses sat on top of an official looking document that reads: 'My momma always told me that British gave us Southerners our good manners'.
And that's not all we've heard!
Colin Firth is set to be returning to his role as special agent Harry Hart, despite BEING KILLED by Samuel L. Jackson's villainous character, Richard Valentine, in the first film The Secret Service.
Now we know they're a secret service but they're not doing very well at keeping out of the rumour mill!
The news was revealed on Twitter by Taron Egerton, who plays Hart's protege Eggsy. He tweeted an image of the new poster for the upcoming film which is simply a pair of Hart's glasses with a knocked out lens, sitting on top of what looks like an official message.
It reads: "Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated".
And if that didn't reveal enough, Egerton captioned the tweet: "A message from an old friend #Kingsman".
Exactly how Hart returns to the film is not yet known but we hope it's with a black umbrella in hand...
Halle Berry will also be joining the cast as Ginger, who heads up the US secret service called Statesmen who are battling to defeat the bad guy Poppy, played by Julianne Moore.
The film is expected to be released in cinemas on 16th June 2017.
Watch the trailer for Kingsman: The Secret Service below:
Rowan Atkinson has revealed plans for another film with his hilarious character Mr Bean.
The character was voiced brilliantly by Robin Williams in the '90s.
This trailer is EPIC!
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