A major blockbuster retelling of the King Arthur legend is an idea that has been stuck in development hell – ever since the 2004 version from Olympus Has Fallen director Antoine Fuqua, starring Clive Owen as King Arthur. For the last four years we’ve heard rumor of several Arthurian projects (among them the defunct Excalibur) hovering in the background; meanwhile, King Arthur’s legend spread to TV with series like Merlin and Camelot.
Now word of a new King Arthur film adaptation has sprung up, and it is an ambitious vision, to say the least.
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