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
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.
Diversity is in the news! Warner Bros. spent an estimated $145 million on a movie about King Arthur, directed by Guy Ritchie, hoping to have a new tentpole hit like his Sherlock Holmes films. Instead, the movie opened in third place, far behind Guardians of the Galaxy 2, which had already been out for two […]
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 [...]
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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 »
Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Snatch (a Sword from a Stone) flopped this weekend. It appears that “Knights of the Round Table, but lads” is not a pitch that sells tickets. Read more...
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...
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 […]
Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur has just achieved the debatable distinction of being this summer’s first major flop. This Warner Bros. release had a production budget of over $175 million but pulled in only $14.7 million in its opening weekend in wide release. Show More Summary
The first major box office flop of the summer movie season has arrived. Studio estimates on Sunday say director Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword opened to a bleak $14.7 million from more than 3,700 locations against a costly $175 million production budget, reports the AP...
King Arthur is one of about four or five characters from British literature and folklore that have been done so many times, that you can’t really do anything new or insightful with them. So already Guy Ritchie had an uphill battle with his King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, so he decided to do with […]
The fantasy adventure film "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword" is a revisionist take on the Arthurian legends directed by Guy Ritchie ("Sherlock Holmes"). Charlie Hunnam... For more, visit our blog !
Oh, Guy Ritchie. Here I was fully prepared to lament the lack of a The Man from U.N.C.L.E. sequel (but seriously get on that please, will you?) and now I'm clamoring for a King Arthur one instead. Yes, Ritchie is...
Having already put his caffeinated spin on Sherlock Holmes and the mismatched secret agents of The Man From U.N.C.L.E., director Guy Ritchie adds some cockney attitude and time-jumping comic flair to the oft-told legend of King Arthur. Show More Summary
This week in theaters we have Guy Ritchie's revisionist take on yet another English hero, "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword", and for those sick of CGI-filled spectacle there is the... For more, visit our blog !
Capone says Guy Ritchie's KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD is more style than substance Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. Guy Ritchie is apparently committed to making all of his protagonists scrappy, edgy and unable to play well with authority figures. Show More Summary
Angelina and some of the kids had dinner with Jon Voight. I mean, ok, he's her dad and all, but he's also a fucking idiot. How can those two, who have to be just diametrically opposed on so many things,...
The Man From U.N.CL.E. was a huge learning experience for Guy Ritchie. Here's the biggest lesson he took away from the 2015 spy film.