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Many moviegoers are saying the film looks a little manic, and doesn’t seem to have settled on whether it’s a straight action-adventure, a prequel to the Arthur legend, or some new, bizarre take on the myth.Still, it’s worth mentioning that Charlie Hunnam gets plenty of discussion.” On social, had help from David Beckham, who appears in the movie as Trigger (everyone knows Trigger from the King Arthur legend, right? Stars Hunnam and Jude Law are not socially activated, a complete promotional disadvantage for a movie that costs this much. (Answer: He’s in Paramount’s during Memorial Day weekend.) To make up for their hole on social, Law and Hunnam did this promo for Comedy Central which drew 1.5M views.He lends convincing heft to the action sequences and generating strong chemistry with his merry band of enjoyably-monikered co-stars, including Neil Maskell as Back Lack and Kingsley Ben-Adir as Wet Stick.Similarly, Law is clearly enjoying himself as the scenery-chewing villain and there are fun roles for the likes of Aidan Gillen and Michael Mc Elhatton, both of whom you strongly suspect have been cast chiefly for their association with Game of Thrones.To be fair, there are a handful of good moments where you can see the film it was meant to be shining through.Ritchie somehow, improbably, makes the cockney geezer angle work (call him “King Arfur”), and the idea of a rebellion being planned out like a Lock, Stock-style heist has a lot of potential.Without Schumer in the writers room and the Judd Apatow directorial touch on is not off to a royal start.Current weekend estimates from matinee figures show an industry forecast of million for today, and .7M for the weekend, which is a lot of red ink for both Warner Bros and Village Roadshow, who’ve spent a combined 5M before P&A on this noisy disaster.
Indeed, it’s a very male film altogether, with an almost laughable amount of phallic imagery on display at all times.
in advance ticket sales on Fandango; however, that is typical for a movie aimed at older-skewing females.