In the hotly anticipated Kingsman sequel, the agents of the British secret spy agency are forced to team up with their American counterparts, the Statesman, to take down The Golden Circle, a mysterious group of super criminals who are a threat to humanity.
As Bridges explained to ET, while the Kingsman operate in secret using a fancy tailor shop as their front, the Statesmen operate a little differently -- their front is a Bourbon distillery in Kentucky.
The decision makes sense, considering nothing about the Kingsman movies could really be described as "gentle." From gory hand-to-hand fights to over-the-top, guns-blazing combat sequences, the first Kingsman broke new ground for action films, and Bridges says the fight scenes are just as impressive this time around.
"[They're] excellent, excellent! And they're under the watchful eye of our [director], Matthew Vaughn, who is just so brilliant at pulling this stuff off."
If the new trailer released on Thursday is any indication, Tatum certainly knows his way around a weapon -- however, Bridges says fans are going to get to see the handsome star bust out a few dance moves between fight scenes.
" He does some dancing in this. [He's] really good," the Oscar winner teased. "It's very appropriate to the character. I don't want to give [anything away], I probably talked too much telling you that he shakes a leg. I probably shouldn't have even said that, but I love his dancing."