Guy Ritchie's King Arthur delayed
Guy Ritchie's 'Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur' has been delayed until 2017.
Warner Bros. has announced the upcoming movie's release date has been moved from July 22, 2016 to February 17, 2017, where it will face stiff competition from the likes of 'Bad Boys III' and 'Maze Runner: The Death Cure', according to Deadline.
The 'King Arthur' film was originally set to go up against 'Star Trek Beyond' and 'Ice Age: Collision' next year.
Charlie Hunnam is set to star as the titular character in the movie, while Eric Bana will portray his father Uther Pendragon.
Jude Law is lined up as villain Vortigern and Astrid Bergès-Frisbey will portray Arthur's significant other Guinevere.
The story tells of Arthur being unaware of his destiny at first until he stumbles upon the mighty sword Excalibur.
After meeting Guinevere, he then sets about taking his rightful place on the throne, but evil Vortigern stands in his way.
But he could get a helping hand from former soccer star David Beckham as the retired footballer recently admitted he has filmed a small part in the movie for his pal Ritchie.