Warning: The following contains spoilers for Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Double Warning: You're only hurting yourself if you haven't seen Kingsman: The Secret Service by now. Seriously, it's great.
How good was Kingsman: The Secret Service? It got rave reviews and made a ton of money around the world, but at the end of the day those things are just numbers. On a more impressive note, the R-rated action movie was so good director Matthew Vaughn decided to break his "I don't direct sequels" streak and make Kingsman: The Golden Circle his first ever. That's awesome news, even though it brings a twinge of sadness because we all know that one of the best parts of the first movie, Colin Firth, would not be able to make it back for the sequel due to a severe case of being shot in the head at point blank range.
But what if he survived?
This franchise is a spoof of spy movies, after all. People in Bond movies get shot and survive all the time, so Firth's Galahad coming back would actually be totally in character. And apparently it's actually happening, as the first poster for the movie features a pair of his glasses and a famous Mark Twain quote.
Some think the glasses are missing a lens from where he was shot, but to me it looks like the left lens is now functioning as an eye patch. Plus, Harry wasn't wearing sunglasses when he was shot, so why would they show a pair of sunglasses with a missing lens?
This would appear to be confirmation Firth will be joining Taron Egerton in the new adventure, which sees the secret British agency teaming up with its American equivalent (The American Statesman) to take down a new villain played by Julianne Moore. If Firth's not back, then this entire poster is just one big troll.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle hits theaters on June 16, 2017.