Charlie Hunnam, who we know from Sons of Anarchy, makes a dash to the big screen in King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Its set to release next year.
He definitely has the charisma, and can carry a good script, but traditionally these Arthur movies are not very good, doing some weird derivative of history or some odd this or that as they try to make the whole thing more palatable for modern audiences. Which is silly, modern audiences are much like ancient audiences, they like a good, compelling story that's told well.
If the story is there, Mr. Hunnam can carry it out.
From Entertainment Weekly.