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Specific Entries Franchise-wide Big Name Fan: Well, the first film was a sleeper hit and the second a commercially successful (if ultimately divisive) venture, so it's natural that it gained some of these. What's really notable is that the franchise has seemingly become a casual fandom fixture, almost on par with the Marvel Cinematic Universe or , for many of the biggest names in Harry Potter K-Pop, which is a global phenomenon. Here are Sehun and Suho of EXO as Eggsy and Harry respectively ◊; Wendy of Red Velvet as Harry ◊; the Stray Kids boys being massive Kingsman fanboys in general; and so much more. This reflects the extreme popularity of the franchise in South Korea, to the point that Taron Egerton has attributed much of his career's ascent to the nation. Creator-Preferred Adaptation: The comics' title was originally The Secret Service. Guess what the collection is now called. Defictionalization: Inspiration for the Work: Part of the series' concept came about as director Matthew Vaughn was being measured for a new suit and he saw all the portraits and photos of notable customers on the walls of his tailor's shop. He wondered what might have happened if such powerful men banded together and pooled their resources to shape world history from behind the scenes.