Otherwise let the Eternal Fire consume you. So if Legend of the Sword goes on to have a successful box office run, then you can bet your life that Warner Bros. It's too early to say, unfortunately. You can join our group. But will there be a? Get your product key and enter it. .
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We get a lot of the same questions. The film, which is , certainly looks like it's aiming to start a franchise, though. Also take a look at. Before the six film plan, which may or may no longer be the case, the film's producers had even bigger plans for their new King Arthur franchise. From 1949's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court and 1963's The Sword in the Stone, to 1975's Monty Python and the Holy Grail and 2004's King Arthur, the Medieval hero seems to pop up every decade with a new big budget Hollywood film. Life just can't get any better. With all the rage these days being shared cinematic universes, the idea was to kickstart a with different characters — likely Guinevere, Lancelot, and Merlin — getting their own origin films before teaming up, like The Avengers.
Now, whether or not the movie actually gets a sequel and kicks off a new Medieval fantasy franchise will largely depend on how well it performs at the box office, but the intent was — at least at one time — for the movie to indeed be the start of a series. Why specifically there, you might ask. In fact, when the film was first being cast in 2014, it was announced that the movie would be the , according to Variety's Justin Kroll. King Arthur has a long history at the movies. . .
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