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Warner Bros. has owned SDCC 2016 with their amazing trailer game! The new trailer for Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword was just one more feather in their cap! Check it out!
Guy Ritchie’s tale of Arthur set to release March 24, 2017 is a different take on the legendary tale of how Arthur ascends to the throne. After the murder of his father and brother by his uncle Vortigern played by Jude Law Arthur played by Charlie Hunnam becomes a street savvy rouge who apparently forgets his heritage till he takes up the legendary blade Excalibur. Entertainment Weekly provides us some new images from the upcoming film.
So with Hollywood and movies sometimes release dates can be changed and moved around but a few big one have just been announced. Now Sony is still in the Spider-Man business even though Marvel will be putting the webslinger in Captain America: Civil War. An animated movie from the guys that brought us The Lego Movie has been pushed back from July 20,2018 to December 21 2018. I certainly hope they aren't going for the title held by Star Wars the Force Awakens. This does have the movie giving almost a year and a half after the release of the live action film which is also in development.
Warner Bros. has announced that Guy Ritchies upcoming new take on the King Arthur mythos has started filming today, and along with the announcement they've revealed the film's cast and details on the plot. Come inside to see how different this version will be.
A few months ago we heard reports that Warner Bros. was looking to hire on Guy Ritchie to helm a new take on the King Arthur story that they were hoping to turn into a tentpole style franchise. While there's no real word on that just yet, WB has officially set a release date for the first movie (with Ritchie at the helm) in 2016.
Disney pulls The Sword in the Stone out of the vault and gives it a high-definition transfer for its 50th Anniversary. The critically-acclaimed film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Score-Adaptation or Treatment, earning its right to a Blu-ray upgrade. It's also famous for being the last animated release before Walt Disney's death.