Decoding Argylle: Exploring the Post-Credits Scene and Sequel Plans
Matthew Vaughn’s latest spy thriller, Argylle, weaves a complex narrative that blurs the lines between fiction and reality. As audiences grapple with the intricacies of the film, questions arise about its future, connections to Vaughn’s Kingsman series, and the meaning behind its post-credits scene.
Does Argylle Have a Post-Credits Scene?
Yes, it does. The mid-credits scene, set 20 years earlier than the main movie, teases what appears to be a sequel. However, it introduces a layer of complexity, making it more than a straightforward preview.
Is Argylle Getting a Sequel?
The situation is intricate. The mid-credits scene, featuring a young Aubrey Argylle in a country pub called The King’s Man, hints at a potential sequel titled “Argylle: Book One — The Movie — Coming Soon.” Matthew Vaughn’s plan is to adapt the real book written by Elly Conway (a character played by Bryce Dallas Howard) into a movie, pending approval from Apple and Universal.
What’s the Franchise Plan?
Assuming the green light, the plan is to start with “Argylle: Book One,” a real book that exists outside the movie’s metafictional world. Vaughn then intends to follow it with a third movie, confusingly named “Argylle 2,” continuing the meta craziness and returning to the world of the fictional Elly Conway and Sam Rockwell’s “real-world” spy, Aidan.
Will Henry Cavill Play Argylle in the Sequel?
Henry Cavill, who portrays Aubrey Argylle, expresses a desire to continue in the role. However, with the post-credits scene featuring a young actor, questions arise about potential recasting. Cavill hopes to stay in the role but the details remain uncertain, adding a layer of intrigue to the franchise’s future.
As Argylle’s narrative unfolds, audiences find themselves navigating a web of fiction within fiction, eagerly awaiting the green light for Vaughn’s ambitious plans to bring the complex spy world back to the big screen.