Charlie Hunnam Wants ‘King Arthur’ Do-Over After ‘Miscasting’ Crippled Guy Ritchie Film

Published on Jan 15, 2020

Charlie Hunnam Wants ‘King Arthur’ Do-Over After ‘Miscasting’ Crippled Guy Ritchie Film

Charlie Hunnam wants another shot at King Arthur. In a recent interview with SiriusXM to promote Guy Ritchie’s upcoming action movie “The Gentlemen,” Hunnam reminisced about the box office catastrophe that was his last Ritchie outing, 2017’s “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.” Ritchie’s fantasy epic was one of the biggest box office bombs of 2017. The $175 million Warner Bros. tentpole opened in May to just $14.7 million during its debut weekend. “King Arthur” tapped out with $39 million in the U.S. and $146 million worldwide, losing Warner Bros. as much as $153 million.

Hunnam was being interviewed on SiriusXM by Andy Cohen when he revealed that he’s keen on a “King Arthur” redo. The actor said that Ritchie’s 2017 “King Arthur” was just the first movie being planned in a franchise, one that got killed by the box office performance.

“I’d like to go back to ‘King Arthur’ because

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Author: Zack Sharf