Colin Firth starring film of Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Secret Service has made a whopping $400 million worldwide. The movie stylishly kicked in over the four day Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day weekend in February. The movie fared extremely well and earned $275.2 million in the international market and $126.6 million in the domestic market with a total of $401.8 million. The 20th Century Fox film based on the comic book The Secret Service by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar and revolves around a spy organization which recruits an unrefined street kid into the agency’s training program which is extremely competitive. Globally the movie sits at no. 26 R-rated film category ahead of the Wolf of Wall Street and is behind Prometheus. The English theater and film actor Colin Firth is reported will be seen in a sequel to the movie. The Academy Award winner is notable for his performance in The King’s Speech, which earned him an Oscar and multiple other awards.