Adaptations of King Arthur stories are evergreen, but it looks like the coming months will be a boom time for projects inspired by the legend. There’s Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, due in March; Transformers: The Last Knight, due in June; and a just-announced new Fox show titled Camelot, an…
The director of Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Guy Ritchie, has finally revealed a look at his latest movie, the period action epic King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. And it’s pretty much what you’d expect: It’s Guy Ritchie in Medieval Times.
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The Black Book of Carmarthen, named for the color of its binding and believed location of origin (the Augustinian Priory of Saints John the Evangelist and Teulydog in Carmarthem), is the oldest surviving manuscript written in the Welsh language.
King Arthur, Excalibur, Merlin, Lancelot, and Guinevere are stamped hard into the popular consciousness. As touchstones, they don't need a lot of explaining when writer's choose to dump them into whatever story they want to tell. And yet, there's a lot of things we haven't seen nearly enough of when that happens.
You probably knew that authors like K.W. Jeter helped create the genre of Steampunk, which eventually became the publishing and fashion juggernaut we all know today. But did you know that King Arthur played an important role in the genesis of the genre? Tim Powers explains in a new interview.
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When a young knight, traveling with his lady love, comes across Excalibur trapped in a stone, he tries his best to free the sword. But it may take more than strength, nobility, or destiny to lift the sword; it may take a fire in his loins.
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That's... that's a lot of King Arthur. According to Deadline, the WB is hoping to lure Guy Ritchie into helming a new franchise on Arthur, his knights, and their circular table. It's a plan that's as ambitious as it is... actually, it's just super-ambitious.
You might know Parke Godwin from his Arthurian novels, or books like The Snake Oil Wars, or Wintermind. Or you might have come across one of his World Fantasy Award-winning stories. In any case, his clever, subversive work affected many people, and he'll be missed.
The Muppets may have just returned to the big screen this past fall, but BOOM! Studios has kept Kermit and the gang in business, both in The Muppet Show comics and in comics where the Muppets retell existing stories. And David Petersen's Muppet mashup covers are delightful just on their own.
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It turns out that King Arthur's legendary round table was a lot more badass than you ever thought. It most likely seated 1,000 people, and was probably built on the ruins of an old Roman settlement.
The 1980s flick Excalibur, directed by John Boorman, is quite possibly one of the best fantasy movies of all time, thanks largely to scenes like these - full of Merlin's perverse humor and graphic depictions of human carnality and violence.