Da: we did a bit of research, and found that film adaptations of arthurian legend date back all the way to 1904. what will this 2017 version do differently from its predecessors? ch:
Guy’s [director Guy Ritchie] sensibility as a director is very contemporary, so the style and tone of the film is completely fresh for this genre, and the story itself is very different from any of its predecessors. Arthur has always been portrayed as the noble man, who goes on a noble quest to become a noble king. Guy said, “let’s make Arthur a motherf----r.” We are only telling the first chapter of the story, so making Arthur conflicted, angry and scared at the beginning gives greater breadth to his journey and makes for a more interesting character.
In the usual way, nothing exciting. I ate enormous amounts of food and worked out like a bastard every day. I prefer callisthenic-style exercises, so the majority of my training was pullups, push-ups, dips and non-weighted squats. I also boxed every day and did a bit of jiu-jitsu. Guy and I wanted him to be a regular lad from the streets who has
Like you say, “The Lost City of Z” is the true story of Percy Fawcett, who was a great British explorer at the beginning of the 20th century. He was actually the inspiration for Indiana Jones. Our film centers on his obsession to find and prove the existence of El Dorado—or as he called it, the Lost City of Z [pronounced “zed”]—an ancient sophisticated civilization deep in the heart of the Amazon. It’s a great story with deep relatable themes. It’s about family, hope,