JOHNNY ENGLISH STRIKES AGAIN Trailer… Yes, It's A Trilogy Now
JOHNNY ENGLISH STRIKES AGAIN Trailer… Yes, It's A Trilogy Now
Rowan Atkinson is back as everyone's favourite Spy in trailer for Johnny English Strikes Again
06 April, 2018, 10:53
It's an announcement that completely flew by me unnoticed, probably because I was too busy thinking about Star Wars or the next several dozen Marvel films that are in the works. Here's the full trailer, not one of those crappy teasers filled with clips from the past two.
Watch the trailer below.
Who needs a superhero when you have a. Johnny English?
The trailer reveals that the "world's greatest spy" is now working as a school teacher following the events of 2011's Johnny English Reborn, which ended with the hapless secret agent accidentally attacking the Queen in a case of mistaken identity. I wake up to find out that not only is Rowan Atkinson still living, but he's been busy. Per usual, Atkinson's timing and physical comedy will make you laugh in spite of yourself - like even though you know it's dumb, and you can't imagine why they keep making these, you just can't help but enjoy it.
Joining Atkinson in the threequel are Emma Thompson and Olga Kurylenko, whose role in this film appears to lightly poke fun at her previous turn as a "Bond girl" opposite Daniel Craig in 2008's Quantum of Solace.
Here's the official synopsis: Johnny English Strikes Again is the third installment of the Johnny English comedy series, with Rowan Atkinson returning as the much loved accidental secret agent.
Now out of retirement, Johnny English reunites with his assistant Bough (Ben Miller), and must get to grips with modern technology to find the evil hacker behind the attack.
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