Warner Bros. released a brand new poster from “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” last night.

Although there are various images from the movie online, the new poster gives glimpses at all main characters. It shows how Arthur runs the back streets of Londinium with his fellows. The story is about a brave cop, Arthur, who is influenced by a powerful sword. A young lady, Guinevere, forces him to master the sword as early as possible. She wants him to kill the demons who murdered her parents years ago.

‘King Arthur’ – an upcoming adventure

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” is one of the most anticipated films.

It is directed by Guy Ritchie and scripted by Lionel Wigram and Joby Harold. The film features Charlie Hunnam, Astrid Frisbey, Aidan Gillen, Djimon Hounsou, Eric Bana, and Jude Law. Katie McGrath, Michael McElhatton, and Kamil Lemieszewski have played Elsa, Jack, and Merlin, respectively.

The development and release date

We are now looking at May 12, for Guy’s sword in the movie. “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” will hit screens with more than 120 minutes of the live-action, and we feel that it will have better action sequences and visuals than “Snatch,” and “Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.” The movie will swing into theaters in 3D and conventional formats.

In January 2014, the studio confirmed Guy to direct the new version of the “King Arthur.” Previously, the film was named as “Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur,” with Joby serving as screenwriter and Lionel as co-producer.

In the first half of 2015, the movie was renamed to “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” due to several issues with the previous title.

Elizabeth Olsen was in the talks with Warner Bros.

to play the leading role. However, in September 2016, it was announced that Frisbey would play Guinevere. Most of the scenes have been shot in Windsor Great Park. Earlier this year, Ritchie tweeted new photos from the film, confirming its shooting. Several action sequences have been shot in Nant Gwaynant, Tryfan, Capel Curig, and Beddgelert.

Filming also took place on the Isle of Skye, and at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden.

Previously, the studio planned the film for an IMAX release, but it will only receive the non-IMAX presentation. The first teaser trailer was released in January 2017, followed by another trailer in the third week of February 2017. It was attached to “Power Rangers,” “Ghost in the Shell,” “Kong: Skull Island,” and “Logan.”

The final teaser trailer was released earlier this month, and attached to “Free Fire,” “The Lost City of Z,” and “The Fate of the Furious.” Tickets to the film are being sold online.