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Apple's "See" Season 2 Teaser Trailer Starring Jason Momoa & Dave Bautista

First Look At King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

King Arthur : Get your first look at Jude Law as a medieval villain, EW scored the first images from the film. Did anyone really expect pub-brawl auteur Guy Ritchie (Snatch) to deliver a straightforward, hither-and-thither take on the once and future king? Of course not. In King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (due out March 24), he’s dirty and beat up and rugged. See more images after the Jump... And even though Charlie Hunnam might still pull a sword from a stone to begin his journey to the throne, his Arthur is a little more street than his forebears. “He’s a bit rough around the edges, but he’s basically a survivor,” Hunnam says. “There’s definitely a harder edge than people would imagine.” That edge serves him well when dealing with his tyrannical uncle, Jude Law’s Vortigern, who’s got more than a bad boy appeal to defend himself. Charlie Hunnam's King Arthur won't be a 'good guy' from the beginning As the murderer of his brother and Arthur’s dad Uth

Guy Ritchie’s #KingArthur Gets Pushed Back

Deadline is reporting Guy Ritchie ’s untitled King Arthur film is moving to Presidents Day weekend. Warner Bros said today the film starring Charlie Hunnam as the British folk hero will open February 17, 2017. It’s part of a plan to capitalize on kids on winter break holidays — not just here in the States but also overseas, where the title is being prepped to roll out throughout Western Europe. The pic had been slated for July 22, 2016. After seeing the success of February hits last year like 20th Century Fox’s The Kingsman: The Secret Service , which made $128.3M at the domestic B.O. and another $286M abroad, WB is hoping to emulate similar success with Ritchie’s version of the classic tale. Furthermore, the director’s Sherlock Holmes series has played strongly during the winter months. On its new date, King Arthur rubs up against Sony’s Bad Boys 3 and Fox’s YA trilogy finale Maze Runner: The Death Cure. Taking King Arthur’s place on July 22 is the newly titled New Line horr