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There was some major father-son bonding at the European film premiere of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
David Beckham celebrated his acting debut on Wednesday with the support of his 18-year-old mini-me Brooklyn at London’s Cineworld Empire. The retired soccer player, 42, looked dapper in a tweed suit while his son dressed more casual in a white T-shirt and slacks.
“So proud of @davidbeckham!” David’s wife and fashion designer Victoria Beckham congratulated her husband on social media.
- Karen Mizoguchi
David Beckham is going medieval.
The former athlete makes a surprise appearance in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword as Trigger, a smart-mouthed (and scarred!) soldier to the king. The role marks his official acting debut — it’s his first full-on speaking part in a feature-length film.
Here are four things to learn about his surprise role:
1. Blink and you might miss him.
Beckham’s cameo only lasts two short minutes. During the scene, the 42-year-old oversees Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) as he approaches the legendary tale’s mythic sword before pulling it out, thus discovering his true destiny as the future king. »
- Jodi Guglielmi
Guy Ritchie says his son, Rocco, is a "great teenager."
Et's Lauren Zima caught up with the director at the junket for his new movie, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, in New York City, on Sunday, where he opened up about his 16-year-old son with ex-wife Madonna, and his "unfiltered" review of the film.
"It's probably awkward for a teenager to tell you exactly what they think of their parents' movies, but yeah, I mean, he took all his mates to go see it back in the U.K. And I take their feedback quite seriously," Ritchie revealed. "But as I said, it must be a bit awkward for a 16-year-old to talk about."
"I can only put myself in his shoes," he explained. "It would be awkward for me to do it, but actually to be fair, he's very expressive »
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