Colin Firth in talks to join `The Secret Service`
London: British actor Colin Firth is in talks to bring comic book series `The Secret Service` on the big screen.
Director Matthew Vaughn helped to create the graphic novels, about a scoundrel from a rough area of London who is recruited by his uncle to enrol in a top spy school, and ‘The King`s Speech’ star is tipped to take on the part of the relative, reported Contactmusic.
The lead role has yet to be cast; ‘Savages’ actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson was previously linked to the main part, but was unavailable for the shoot.
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