A Final Trailer for Guy Ritchie's 'King Arthur' Starring Charlie Hunnam

April 1, 2017
Source: YouTube

King Arthur Final Trailer

"I know your story… What kind of man would you have become…?" Warner Bros has revealed one final trailer for Guy Ritchie's new take on King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, which opens in theaters in just over a month. Is anyone excited to see this movie? I feel like it's going to be forgotten so quickly. But maybe this footage will change your mind? Or maybe not. Charlie Hunnam stars as the new King Arthur with a cast including Jude Law, Annabelle Wallis, Katie McGrath, Eric Bana, Djimon Hounsou, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Tom Wu, as well as Aidan Gillen. Guy Ritchie's signature style (and action) seems to be the biggest selling point of this, but maybe there's something to the story, too. The elephants revealed in this are pretty crazy, reminds me of Lord of the Rings, which is probably the point. Will you be seeing this?

Here's the third trailer (+ poster) for Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, from YouTube:

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Poster

You can still watch the first official trailer for Guy Ritchie's King Arthur here, plus the second trailer here.

When the child Arthur’s father is murdered, Vortigern (Jude Law), Arthur’s uncle, seizes the crown. Robbed of his birthright and with no idea who he truly is, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, his life is turned upside down and he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy… whether he likes it or not. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is directed by British filmmaker Guy Ritchie, of Snatch, Revolver, RocknRolla, Sherlock Holmes, A Game of Shadows and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. previously. The screenplay is written by Joby Harold, updated by Guy Ritchie & Lionel Wigram. Warner Bros will release King Arthur in theaters starting May 12th, 2017 this summer.

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  • Humm...Yeah... Reminds me of Assassin's creed.
  • Bo
    No, I won't be seeing this. Not a fan of the main actor.
  • shiboleth
    I think it would be better to play video game than watch a film made this way. Even films with superheroes look more promising than this ...
    • Bo
      Hey shiboleth...because you joined in on my discussions of being flagged for approval and then deleted, I wanted to call your attention to the above exchange between myself and Alex. He finally responded and it was 'the name' that triggered the whole thing and he explains why in his response to me...and the explanation is perfectly understandable. It's what I figured and he re-posted my original post/reply to tarek on the Churchill thread. I double always, thanks for your interesting additions to my conversations whenever we have them. I greatly appreciate them and you. Later gator.
  • Bo
    To Alex....I hope you are receiving my posts regarding my being rejected on both the Diane Lane Paris Can Wait thread and the Churchill thread for apparently using the name of the (in)famous German dictator. Is that possible? I rewrote them to tarek without using 'the name' and they passed. This is a bit weird. Is this infamous man's name a trigger to be under the 'being approved' and then rejected process, Alex? Really? Why? It's bit too Orwellian for me and I make a very conscious effort to not use words or whatever that offends your site and then having to be deleted...that would be horrifying to me....However, I'm hoping there is an intelligent explanation about the usage of 'the name'...and I await it if you've the time to do so. Thanks.
    • Now that you talked about the deletion issue, I got two posts deleted this last two weeks. I couldn't figure out why, as it was harmless comments. Which makes me think the Matrix is going nuts.
      • Ha. The Matrix is indeed going nuts! If it was the screengrabs of Wonder Woman's butt, then yes, I deleted those. 😉 You can tweet them, put them on Tumblr, whatever, just felt they weren't right for the comments on this site.
        • Bo
          Yea, but Alex, what about mine with regard to the using of the German dictator's name...I reposted the exact same post without the name and it posted. What's up with that? I fully understand your deleting the Wonder Woman stuff and would be surprised if that was of tarek's doing. Still, I am confused about the deletion of my posts and the name of a bad man being the cause. Is it? And if not what was the problem? Thanks, Alex. You run a good site so I hope you're willing to offer an explanation. Cheers!
        • Did I do that? I don't remember posting any wonder woman picture lately. Or did I? Now it's me who's going nuts. ;D
          • Ha. I forget who it was, but someone was posting Wonder Woman photos... Sometimes comments get flagged, I try to approve them if they're from regular users (like you guys).
          • and I agree in principle. ;D
          • Bo
            Hey tarek. Alex finally responded to me. His explanation is down towards the bottom. It was 'the name' that triggered the 'being approved' and the deletion. When he gets to it he then simply adds it back to the thread...which he did on the Churchill thread...I there's that. He does a good job of keeping the rude, crazy 'nasties' at a minimum here and I appreciate that. Take care, my friend. I can't remember watching Ganz's performance in that film, but there seems to be some kind of memory of it. As always, which prompted our original's impossible for me to suspend disbelief in those kinds of films...even with the likes of Cox and Ganz and I guess Oldman has a Churchill film coming out soon too. I really like Oldman and might try to watch his performance. It's cool as even though I'm not suspending disbelief I still can enjoy and appreciate the actor's work. Later gator.
          • Hey Bo. Thanks for the follow up. I know exactly what you mean by finding it hard to suspend your disbelief when actors impersonate famous people. I had the same issue with some preformances. I think this happens because the image projected by the performance doesn't match the one projected by our imagination. This or because we know intrinsically that these personalities are dead, thus inevitably impresonated by actors. Which doesn't help sometimes in suspending our dibelief. For example, Margaret, impersonated by Meryl Streep didn't strike me, even though the acting was AAA.
          • Bo
            Well said, tarek. It takes quite a bit to suspend disbelief anyway, at least it is for me. Perhaps that's due to having worked in films. One very big movie I worked on it was an interesting experience to watch the finished product as I remembered filming them all so it was a different experience watching scenes I'd seen performed while standing behind the camera. I guess that has also changed my whole viewing experience as I'm aware of where the camera is, what the actors are doing, the lighting, the set dressing and production design. I must say I enjoy films much more than before when I'd not worked on them. I'm actually looking forward to seeing how Oldman portrays Churchill, but I know I'll be watching from a more observational place and not really believing he's actually Churchill. Thank god, because he ain' care, tarek. As always, good discussing these matters with you.
      • Bo
        Really? And you too couldn't figure out why? Weird and getting weirder. I understand Alex's reasons for the Wonder Woman butt deletion, but find it hard to believe that was of your doing. I don't even know what screen grabs
    • Payne by name
      Unfortunately Alex is guilty of deleting posts of a political nature if they don't agree with his politics.
      • Bo
        Really, I've not seen that and it's unfortunate if true. My posts were in no way political. tarek and I were exchanging opinions on great actors playing historical figures and my inability to suspend disbelief and remained always aware that I was watching actors portraying known figures. I can't seem to get Alex to address my concerns for being deleted and that's telling in itself. Too bad as the posts were pretty neutral and about actors and bio movies. It's weird and shall remain so if Alex refuses to answer my polite requests for reasons. It just doesn't make sense and sort of blemishes my thoughts and opinions on this/his site. Too bad, but life will go on. Thanks for your reply and insight here. Peace.
        • Payne by name
          I guess you didn't see it because the 'offending' posts were removed. Obviously Alex can have what he wants on his site but I just thought it disappointing that he decided to introduce political observation but only left in the comments that supported his political view. Almost like dictatorial censorship, which given his virtue signalled liberalism seemed a little hypocritical.
          • Bo
            That's the weird thing...there was nothing in the post offensive...and why I hoped Alex would explain it to me. I'm trying to move on without being a little miffed at Alex ignoring my request for a simple, calm explanation. That's really strange....and a pity.
  • Jon Odishaw
    I can understand why people think this could bomb. And I'm not fan of Hunnam. But God damn this looks good.
    • Assassin's creed also looked good. It ended up as yet another blockbuster full of stunts and zero soul. I have a bad feeling about this ( with Solo's voice)
      • Jon Odishaw
        I finally saw assassin's creed two weeks ago. I expected 17 percent on RT awful but, as a fan of the games, I was pleasantly surprised. I would go as far as to say that it was good. Faltered in the final act though.
        • Glad you liked it. It didn't work for me. It was obvious they were trying to start a franchise and not to make a good movie. They threw in every thing related to the A.C games just to please the A.C fans and not because it served the story. I would do without the animus part if a sequel is to be made.
      Me too me too! I have reasonable expectations.
  • grimjob
    *my obligatory Real RocknRolla comment*
    Djimon still looks the same age as GLADIATOR.
  • Lagoya
    This looks absolutely terrible. It's like a medieval BvS, with a SFX budget to match
  • Bo
    I'll thank you again, Alex. I did a few moments ago and used 'the name' as you did in your explanation and got the 'being approved' thing and then was deleted. Now I understand why. I just wanted to thank you in case you don't see my prior thank you. I included that I very much like the conversations I have here with tarek and shiboleth and a few others...because they are intelligent and nice and respectful and a joy to communicate with about films and what films add to our lives. Thanks for attracting the likes of them and for keeping the 'nasties' at a bare minimum. That in itself is a huge undertaking and you do well with it. Thanks again for the explanation, Alex. Peace.
  • RAW_D
    IDK IDK IDK IDK IDK!!!! I love Ritchie's directing style and there's absolutely nothing out there like it! BUT....Hunnam as the lead bothers me, the amount of CGI vs. what I wish was practical effects (and it's not great looking CGI at that) AND this re-imagining of the Arthur legend with mammoths and irritating. I was hoping for something a bit more vibrant like the original Excalibur, and all we seem to be getting is a stone-washed alt-hipster version.... I'm really conflicted about seeing this...but I think I'm gonna go with my gut and wait for the cheap theaters/RedBox possibly... /rantend
    • Rant accepted ( and well deserved) Raw_D. ;D
  • Steven Lewis
    Another wasted King Arthur film. Someone talk to Gemmell's estate and get the rights to his two books on the legend and do it right.
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