Prophetic .... Hugh Dancy & Mads Mikkelsen in King Arthur, 2004. #Hannibal

Pre-Hannibal Prophecy: Hugh Dancy & Mads Mikkelsen in King Arthur, (I love this sooo sooo much!

If you think about it, it’s odd that there isn’t one film that people can point to as the definitive King Arthur movie. Whichever version of the legend you relate to—be it Disney’s The Sword and the Stone or John Boorman’s knights-and-nudity classic Excalibur—depends primarily on when you were born.

Charlie Hunnam's King Arthur won't be a 'good guy' from the beginning

'King Arthur' first look: See Charlie Hunnam (and Excalibur!) on the set of Guy Ritchie's medieval epic | |

Charlie Hunnam and Excalibur glisten in 'King Arthur' first look photos

❂ “With courage you will dare to take risks, have the strength to be compassionate, and the wisdom to be humble. Courage is the foundation of integrity.” I Keshavan Nair

"King Arthur" Ok. so Guin wasn't actually at an Archery Event, she had just shot a man in the hand.but still, she is wearing a dress and has a bow and arrow in her hands.I think it counts!

Excalibur - - The Runes - King Arthur enthusiasts won’t be able to read the letters embedded in the blade, but they know the message. “Take me up, cast me away” is the inscription often found on Excalibur, but King Arthur uses a written language created specifically for the film. // "Me" is flipped on each side of the sword.

Behold, Excalibur! Here's a detailed look at Charlie Hunnam's 'King Arthur' sword

Excalibur, the sword of swords, has always been a character as important to the Arthurian legend as Merlin and Lancelot, so it’s no wonder that the weapon has a prime spot on Entertainment Weekly’s…

Merlin.  Color plate from "King Arthur and His Knights", illus. by Frank Godwin (1889 ~ 1959) (via Null Entropy)

m Wizard Merlin - Frank Godwin* 1889 ~ 1959 King Arthur and his Knights

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017) tagline: "From nothing comes a king"

Directed by Guy Ritchie. With Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Annabelle Wallis, Hermione Corfield. Feature film version of the classic King Arthur story.