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Great Job, Internet!: Let’s figure out why King Arthur bombed so hard

As we noted in our roundup of the weekend box office last week, Guy Ritchie’s would-be blockbuster King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword flopped hard, the sword of financial disaster pulled smoothly from the stone of foolish expectations and held aloft for all to see. Show More Summary

Charlie Hunnam Steps Out in WeHo After Commenting on His Female Audience

Charlie Hunnam has something to say about his female fans! The 37-year-old King Arthur: Legend of the Sword actor was spotted grabbing a bite to eat with some buddies on Monday (May 22) in West Hollywood, Calif. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Charlie Hunnam Charlie recently returned from a trip to Sao Paulo, [...]

Movie Review: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

First, I must report to you that Charlie Hunnam doesn’t spend much (any?) time shirtless in this movie, so if that’s all you care about, I just saved you $13 ($18 if you were gonna see it in 3D). Objectively, I can’t say this is a good movie. Show More Summary

Guy Ritchie makes the wrong film in “King Arthur

6 days agoArts : Prospero

GUY RITCHIE’s “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” has had a notoriously bumpy journey to cinemas. After several other writers and directors came and went, Mr Ritchie shot the film in 2015, and it was due to be released in July 2016.

Charlie Hunnam Links up with Life and Style, Talks King Arthur & Inner Chaos

Life and Style magazine interviews Charlie Hunnam for its May 2017 issue. The Mexican publication catches up with the actor to talk about King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. Hunnam talks about his own contribution to the film. Referring...Show More Summary

Why Hollywood needs to stop making one kind of movie that just keeps bombing

It's time for real talk, Hollywood: Stop trying to make King Arthur a thing. The horrible performance for the Warner Bros. movie "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" over the weekend is the latest evidence. The epic was made for about $170 million — after marketing, you're looking at about $300 million — but earned a tiny $14.7 million domestically. Show More Summary

King Arthur Franchise Is Dead

Variety is reporting that the King Arthur franchise, starting with the recently released King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, has met it's demise, not by marauding countrymen in the hills of Britain but by indifferent audiences. RakingShow More Summary

/Filmcast Ep. 418 – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

David, Devindra and Jeff re-affirm that Doug Liman’s still got “it,” debate the merits of naming your child Kylo, and praise the new season of Master of None. Be sure to read how Matt Zoller Seitz inspired this week’s Leftovers. YouShow More Summary

Guy Ritchie's King Arthur Opened With A Castratingly Low Box Office — Just Like These Other Big Screen Bombs!

Charlie Hunnam reportedly did 1000 pushups a day to get bulked up for his leading role in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. And based on the box office report, it looks like the actor did about just as many pushups as the film made in dollars its opening weekend! Guy Ritchie's adaptation of the Arthurian legend [...]

‘King Arthur’ is the Summer’s First Flop as ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Looks to Open Big

Every year, members of the /Film staff and podcast team (as well as a special guest or two) come together in the spirit of competition to predict the the top 10 highest grossing movies of the summer. King Arthur: Legend of the SwordShow More Summary

Charlie Hunnam Reveals How Filming 'King Arthur' 'Destroyed' His Body!

Charlie Hunnam suited up for the premiere of his latest film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword! The 37-year-old actor was all smiles as he posed for pics and chatted with fans on Monday (May 15) in Sao Paulo, Brazil. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Charlie Hunnam He even donned a crown for [...]

Why David Beckham Looks So Gross In King Arthur, According To Charlie Hunnam

David Beckham was made to look hideous for King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, and now we know why.

Why King Arthur Bombed, Even Though It's Really Fun

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a fun action-adventure romp, but it still bombed at the box office. Here's why that happened.

Charlie Hunnam Reveals When He's Most Happy!

Charlie Hunnam looks as cool as ever while at the premiere of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword on Monday (May 15) in Brazil. The 37-year-old actor recently filled out a quiz about the 25 things you may not know about him. Well, one of the items Charlie revealed is something very sweet with his [...]

3 Reasons King Arthur Flopped

This weekend, Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, a big-budget retelling of the British legend, starring Charlie Hunnam and Jude Law and updated with Ritchie’s signature zoom shots and rat-a-tat dialogue, premiered in 3,700 theaters, where it was met with a collective shrug. Made for $175 million, a ... More »

Newswire: Weekend Box Office: The once and never King

Debuting with a piddling $14.7 million and a third place finish, the Guy Ritchie-directed King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword has turned out be a huge flop. Some industry news sources are predicting that it could lose as much as $150 million, having also flopped in China. Show More Summary

Has Hollywood's Experiment with White Male Directors Failed?

last weekFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

In what must surely be the final death knell of a particular industry foible, Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword has--to put it mildly--under-performed at the domestic and international box office. Thus far taking $43.8m on a production...

Nobody Went to the New ‘King Arthur’ Movie

Last Friday, we pinpointed Guy Ritchie’s new take on King Arthur: Legend of the Sword as one of the ten movies we least wanted to see this summer, and apparently most of America agrees. Arthur opened in third place over the weekend, mustering a measly $14.7 million over the three-day period. To put that into […]

Weekend Box-Office: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2 Holds at #1 While KING ARTHUR and SNATCHED Fall Short of Expectations

As new wide releases "Snatched" and "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" ended up being total box-office disappointments, once again Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.... For more, visit our blog !

'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword' Is Summer's First Big Flop

LOS ANGELES ( - “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” continued its box office reign this weekend, while “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” is the summer season’s first major flop. Disney and Marvel’s super hero sequel followed up its $145 million opening weekend domestically with an additional $66 million from 4,347 locations. Show More Summary

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