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King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Spain Box Office $5,152,585Details
Worldwide Box Office $140,012,608Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $3,294,040 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $6,131,763 Details
Total North America Video Sales $9,425,803
Further financial details...

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When the child Arthur’s father is murdered, Vortigern, Arthur’s uncle, seizes the crown. Robbed of his birthright and with no idea who he truly is, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, his life is turned upside down and he is forced to acknowledge his true legacy…whether he likes it or not.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$175,000,000
Spain Releases: August 11th, 2017 (Wide), released as Rey Arturo: La leyenda de Excalibur
Video Release: August 8th, 2017 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of violence and action, some suggestive content and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2466 (Cert #50330), 3/8/2017)
Running Time: 126 minutes
Keywords: Royalty, Prophecy, Orphan, Sword & Sorcerer, Footage Shown in Reverse, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, Revenge, Middle Ages
Source:Based on Folk Tale/Legend/Fairytale
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Weed Road Pictures, Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Productions, RatPac Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Safehouse Pictures
Production Countries: Australia,
United States


Charlie Hunnam    King Arthur
Astrid Berges-Frisbey    Guinevere
Djimon Hounsou    Sir Bedivere
Aidan Gillen    Goosefat Bill Wilson
Jude Law    Vortigem
Eric Bana    Uther Pendragon
Freddie Fox    Rubio
Craig McGinlay    Percival
Tom Wu    George
Kingsley Ben-Adir    Wetstick
Neil Maskell    Back Lack
Annabelle Wallis    Maid Maggie
Zac Barker    Young Arthur (2 years)
Oliver Barker    Young Arthur (2 years)
Geoff Bell    Mischief John
Poppy Delevingne    Igraine
Millie Brady    Princess Catia
Nicola Wren    Lucy
Wil Coban    Brothel Blackleg
Bleu Landau    Blue
Jacqui Ainsley    Lady of the Lake
Lorraine Bruce    Syrena
Georgina Campbell    Kay
Rob Knighton    Mordred
Michael Hadley    Mage King
David Beckham    Blackleg Leader
Katie McGrath    Elsa
Alan Turkington    General 1
Peter Ferdinando    Earl of Mercia
Michael McElhatton    Jack’s Eye
Mikael Persbrandt    Kjartan
Max Rogers    Man in Love
Charlie Rawes    Axeman
James Warren    Mike
Ellie Graham    Maria
Robbie Carpenter    Street Blackleg
Eline Powell    Syren 2
Hermione Corfield    Syren 3
Henry Faber    Pained Man
Javan Hirst    Man
Kalle Hennie    Viking
Mark Epstein    Celtic Sergeant
Peter Guinness    Baron 1
Mark Umbers    Baron 2
Adrian Bouchet    Baron 3
Florence Bell    Woman 1
Anna Brooks-Beckman    Woman 2
Cordelia Bugeja    Woman 3
Fergal McElherron    Dan Clan
Rebecca Calder    Maid 1
Bodhi Fox Keene    Young Arthur (6 months)
Yannik Baker    Young Arthur (6 years)
Hugh Robb    Young Arthur (11 years)
Barney Walsh    Young Arthur (19 years)
Kamil Lemieszewski    Merlin
Henry W. Smith    Young Black Lack (19 years)
Malique Thompson-Dwyer    Young Wet Stick (19 years)
Cole Wealleans-Watts    Young Wet Stick (11 years)
James Anderson    Young Back Lack (11 years)
Justin Aves    Blackleg Captain

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Guy Ritchie
Producer    Akiva Goldsman
Producer    Joby Harold
Producer    Tory Tunnell
Producer    Steve Clark-Hall
Producer    Guy Ritchie
Producer    Lionel Wigram
Screenwriter    Joby Harold
Screenwriter    Guy Ritchie
Screenwriter    Lionel Wigram
Story by    David Dobkin
Story by    Joby Harold
Executive Producer    David Dobkin
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Executive Producer    Steven Mnuchin
Director of Photography    John Mathieson
Production Designer    Gemma Jackson
Editor    James Herbert
Costume Designer    Annie Symons
Composer    Daniel Pemberton
Stunt Coordinator    Eunice Huthart
Visual Effects Supervisor    Nick Davis
Casting Director    Reg Poerscout-Edgerton
Unit Production Manager    Brian Donovan
First Assistant Director    Max Keene
Visual Effects Producer    Alex Bicknell
Associate Producer    Max Keene
Associate Producer    James Herbert
Supervising Art Director    Denis Schnegg
Art Director    Thomas Brown
Art Director    Andrew Palmer
Art Director    Lizzie Kilham
Art Director    Anthony Caron-Delion
Art Director    Oliver Carroll
Art Director    James Collins
Art Director    Luke Hull
Art Director    Hayley Easton-Street
Art Director    Georgia Warner
Assistant Art Director    Claudio Campana
Assistant Art Director    Patrick Harris
Assistant Art Director    Samuel Leake
Assistant Art Director    Katrina Mackay
Sound Mixer    Simon Hayes
Script Supervisor    Liz West
Post-Production Executive    Marianne Jenkins
Post-Production Supervisor    Siobhan Boyes
First Assistant Editor    Philip Hedgecock
Music Editor    Simon Changer
Supervising Sound Editor    Dominic Gibbs
Sound Designer    Jimmy Boyle
Sound Effects Editor    Ben Meechan
Dialogue Editor    Danny Sheehan
Dialogue Editor    Matt Skelding
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Burdon
Re-recording Mixer    Andrew Stirk
Make up    Lesa Warrener
Set Decorator    Tina Jones
Production Manager    Katherine Tibbetts
Casting Associate    Lillie Jeffrey
Casting Assistant    Ollie Gilbert
Special Effects Supervisor    Mark Holt
Special Effects Coordinator    Carmila Gittens

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/08/11 2 $1,163,897   421 $2,765   $1,163,897 1
2017/08/18 4 $605,025 -48% 374 $1,618   $2,976,896 2
2017/08/25 7 $369,760 -39% 326 $1,134   $3,984,155 3
2017/09/01 8 $219,351 -41% 289 $759   $4,591,470 4
2017/09/08 10 $138,960 -37% 243 $572   $4,943,987 5
2017/09/15 14 $92,868 -33% 178 $522   $5,076,910 6
2017/09/22 21 $32,415 -65% 98 $331   $5,152,585 7

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Australia 5/19/2017 $1,739,059 406 406 1195 $4,137,259 7/13/2017
Brazil 5/19/2017 $2,300,000 0 0 0 $4,800,000 6/12/2017
Bulgaria 5/11/2017 $80,051 0 0 0 $314,485 7/20/2017
China 5/12/2017 $5,380,000 40168 40168 40168 $8,300,000 6/26/2017
Czech Republic 5/12/2017 $156,618 134 134 317 $487,300 7/12/2017
France 5/19/2017 $2,400,000 0 0 0 $6,000,000 6/26/2017
Germany 5/12/2017 $2,000,000 0 0 0 $5,600,000 6/12/2017
Indonesia 5/12/2017 $1,500,000 0 0 0 $3,000,000 6/5/2017
Italy 5/12/2017 $775,609 0 0 0 $2,100,000 6/5/2017
Lithuania 5/12/2017 $27,937 146 146 355 $104,607 7/27/2017
Mexico 5/12/2017 $2,012,897 0 0 0 $5,900,000 6/26/2017
Netherlands 5/11/2017 $558,981 111 111 736 $2,063,975 7/4/2017
New Zealand 5/19/2017 $277,175 108 108 381 $782,807 6/19/2017
North America 5/12/2017 $15,371,270 3702 3702 12290 $39,175,066
Portugal 5/12/2017 $228,689 70 72 326 $717,792 6/29/2017
Russia (CIS) 5/12/2017 $5,184,669 1252 1307 4575 $12,518,827 8/2/2017
Slovakia 5/12/2017 $95,765 74 74 178 $263,037 7/6/2017
South Korea 5/17/2017 $0 0 588 901 $2,988,048 6/13/2017
Spain 8/11/2017 $1,163,897 421 421 1929 $5,152,585 9/28/2017
Thailand 5/12/2017 $1,100,000 0 0 0 $1,100,000 5/15/2017
Turkey 5/12/2017 $266,214 425 425 963 $1,186,090 7/14/2017
United Arab Emirates 5/12/2017 $1,000,000 0 0 0 $2,100,000 6/5/2017
United Kingdom 5/19/2017 $3,256,955 564 568 1738 $6,338,331 7/26/2017
Rest of World $24,882,399
Worldwide Total$140,012,608 9/28/2017

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