The Green Knight | Official Trailer HD | A24

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From director David Lowery and starring Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, and Joel Edgerton. The Green Knight - In Theaters July 30.

RELEASE DATE: In Theaters July 30
DIRECTOR: David Lowery
CAST: Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander and Joel Edgerton

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  • Is this a Dean Valentine remix????

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  • i have dreams like this

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  • The music reminds me of the Civil War trailer music

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  • I know the basis for this the name of it is Gawain and the Green Night I think

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  • Oh great it's the redhead dull lifeless charisma void from winter soldier and falcon....

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  • Wow

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  • Can't wait for the Mahabharata with a Danish Arjuna.

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  • Yes! More gritty fantasy movies please!

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  • I want to watch the shit out of this movie

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  • Think I'm going to watch every single a24 movie

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  • aww I thought it's the Green Knight from WH

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  • It looks like a Triple A RPG so obviously i'm excited for it 😁

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  • SNOWFLAKES OUT NOW :) :p :)

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  • I wish I should get a chance to watch this in a movie theater. . . But I think it will take 1 year for that.

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  • Imagine a film like this about the Irish myth of Cú Chulainn and Ferdiad

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  • I have this strange feeling that Oscar Isaac was *this* close to getting casted as Gawain and tbh I'm not sure if he would've made the role better or worse

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  • Originality

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  • Been waiting forever to see this.

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  • I think this the Zuko that could’ve/would’ve been if Avatar The Last AirBender would’ve been done correctly.

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  • I have big anticipation for this film ! A24 please make more "artsy" fantasy movies.

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  • Reminds me of Pan's Labyrinth

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  • This definitely gives me new-era cinema vibes.

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  • 1:59 wait is that karli morgenthau?

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  • Yes please!!!

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  • I love when they ethnically displace indigenous Europeans with foreigners. It reminds them that their ancestral homelands are being taken from them, right under their noses, without them firing a shot. If you let this happen you deserve every bit of it, and I watch on with glee.

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    • To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: It's based on a 14th century poem. By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. And I hear you say "Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century." Even better: the Roman Invasion at that time introduced a wide variety of ethnicities and skin complexions to the British Isles through the Roman Army. In fact Arthur might have been half-roman (if and that's a big IF he ever even existed and because Gawain is Arthurs nephew, well figure that one out for yourself), as far as scholars are concerned and we have a multitude of dark-skinned Knights in the court of Arthur in the Medieval Arthurian Stories: we have the 4 full Saracens - Sir Palomedes, his father and his two brothers, we have Sir Feirefiz who is half-Saracen and Sir Parcivals half-brother as well as Arthurs nephew. And we have Sir Morien, who is black and half-moorish. These are all established knights of the Round Table and some of their stories are a hundred years older than "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". Arthur's court has never ever been only white. Check the stories. And you will cry "But Gawain is none of the above! And Saracens are not Indians!" Well, great that Patel is neither playing a Saracen nor an Indian knight. He is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality. I'd say quit whining.

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  • Looks so epic

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  • A24 doesn't miss

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  • I've been saying, for years, that there needed to be a new version of this story, because Sean Connery's had become dated (though it is still enjoyable). This is a great story, and I hope more films are made to tell classic tales. "The Count of Monte Cristo," could use a retelling, too.

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  • Hope Zuko gets his honor in this movie.

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  • Wait, this is Dev Patel???? Shit I'm OLD!!!!!

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  • What the shit, this looks so cool.

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  • Fun fact, this is based of the video game Dark Souls but they changed the name so that the people who played the video game don't have ptsd

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  • this looks absolutely amazing...

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  • A24 just keeps knocking them out of the park and this movie looks great.

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  • Это "коричневый рыцарь", а не "зелёный"))

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  • I love 2022 becasue they will host the FIFA world cup

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  • What is the green Knight, I kind a like it

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    • It's based on "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"

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  • I read Sir Gawain and the Green Knight every year. So I can’t wait for the movie.

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  • Attack on titan

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  • What is this mindfvckness!

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  • Going to be the best film in the last five years. I hope

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  • No mercy, just honor.

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  • Wow looks like an actual good movie

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  • A24 is legendary

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  • Wth did I just watch? Lol hopefully on HBO Max same day!

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  • Is this a horror?

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  • How to make a messy trailer? Watch this

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  • rewriting British folklore to meet the requirements to make woke liberals happy.

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    • @JVR Just give me the sources where you learned it from. I'm not willing to just take a random SEcrone comment's word for it.

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    • @Charming Peasant read again.

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    • @JVR Where did you find info that Gawain was of Saracen/Moor descent ?

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    • To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: It's based on a 14th century poem. By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. And I hear you say "Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century." Even better: the Roman Invasion at that time introduced a wide variety of ethnicities and skin complexions to the British Isles through the Roman Army. In fact Arthur might have been half-roman (if and that's a big IF he ever even existed and because Gawain is Arthurs nephew, well figure that one out for yourself), as far as scholars are concerned and we have a multitude of dark-skinned Knights in the court of Arthur in the Medieval Arthurian Stories: we have the 4 full Saracens - Sir Palomedes, his father and his two brothers, we have Sir Feirefiz who is half-Saracen and Sir Parcivals half-brother as well as Arthurs nephew. And we have Sir Morien, who is black and half-moorish. These are all established knights of the Round Table and some of their stories are a hundred years older than "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". Arthur's court has never ever been only white. Check the stories. And you will cry "But Gawain is none of the above! And Saracens are not Indians!" Well, great that Patel is neither playing a Saracen nor an Indian knight. He is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality. I'd say quit whining.

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  • Please tell me this is some epic quest to find a shrubbery...one that looks nice...and not too expensive...

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  • I'm pretty sure an English KNIGHT wasn't brown as &*!T

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    • To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: It's based on a 14th century poem. By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. And I hear you say "Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century." Even better: the Roman Invasion at that time introduced a wide variety of ethnicities and skin complexions to the British Isles through the Roman Army. In fact Arthur might have been half-roman (if and that's a big IF he ever even existed and because Gawain is Arthurs nephew, well figure that one out for yourself), as far as scholars are concerned and we have a multitude of dark-skinned Knights in the court of Arthur in the Medieval Arthurian Stories: we have the 4 full Saracens - Sir Palomedes, his father and his two brothers, we have Sir Feirefiz who is half-Saracen and Sir Parcivals half-brother as well as Arthurs nephew. And we have Sir Morien, who is black and half-moorish. These are all established knights of the Round Table and some of their stories are a hundred years older than "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". Arthur's court has never ever been only white. Check the stories. And you will cry "But Gawain is none of the above! And Saracens are not Indians!" Well, great that Patel is neither playing a Saracen nor an Indian knight. He is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality. I'd say quit whining.

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  • I don’t understand what I just saw but I’m looking forward to more.

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  • The Brown Knight.

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    • @JVR Who gives a shit mate.

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    • To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: It's based on a 14th century poem. By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. And I hear you say "Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century." Even better: the Roman Invasion at that time introduced a wide variety of ethnicities and skin complexions to the British Isles through the Roman Army. In fact Arthur might have been half-roman (if and that's a big IF he ever even existed and because Gawain is Arthurs nephew, well figure that one out for yourself), as far as scholars are concerned and we have a multitude of dark-skinned Knights in the court of Arthur in the Medieval Arthurian Stories: we have the 4 full Saracens - Sir Palomedes, his father and his two brothers, we have Sir Feirefiz who is half-Saracen and Sir Parcivals half-brother as well as Arthurs nephew. And we have Sir Morien, who is black and half-moorish. These are all established knights of the Round Table and some of their stories are a hundred years older than "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". Arthur's court has never ever been only white. Check the stories. And you will cry "But Gawain is none of the above! And Saracens are not Indians!" Well, great that Patel is neither playing a Saracen nor an Indian knight. He is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality. I'd say quit whining.

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  • To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation . And I hear you say " Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century . " Well , there is also a half - black Arthurian Knight in the most important Medieval Germanic Arthurian Myth . His name is Feirefiz and he is the half - brother of Sir Parcival. Also Patel is a British man and citizen , portraying a medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality . I'd say quit whining.

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    • @JVR thanks bro🤜

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    • @Presley here you go: To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: It's based on a 14th century poem. By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. And I hear you say "Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century." Even better: the Roman Invasion at that time introduced a wide variety of ethnicities and skin complexions to the British Isles through the Roman Army. In fact Arthur might have been half-roman (if and that's a big IF he ever even existed and because Gawain is Arthurs nephew, well figure that one out for yourself), as far as scholars are concerned and we have a multitude of dark-skinned Knights in the court of Arthur in the Medieval Arthurian Stories: we have the 4 full Saracens - Sir Palomedes, his father and his two brothers, we have Sir Feirefiz who is half-Saracen and Sir Parcivals half-brother as well as Arthurs nephew. And we have Sir Morien, who is black and half-moorish. These are all established knights of the Round Table and some of their stories are a hundred years older than "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". Arthur's court has never ever been only white. Check the stories. And you will cry "But Gawain is none of the above! And Saracens are not Indians!" Well, great that Patel is neither playing a Saracen nor an Indian knight. He is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality. I'd say quit whining.

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    • @JVR 👍

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    • @Presley The next text will include all the Arthurian non-white knights: the three Saracens Sir Palomedes and his brothers Sir Safir and Sir Segwarides and their father Esclabor, as well as the half-saracen knight Sir Feirefiz and the black knight Sir Morien. I will also include the influence of the Roman Invasion in a better way. Arthurs court has never been white-only.

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    • @Presley No need to thank me. I study this stuff at Uni anyways :) Have a nice day!

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  • What does the fox say? "YOUR DOOM IS AT HAND"

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  • Oh boy, more blackwashing of European myths and history

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    • @spooky ghost Not triggered at all. It's just a sad sight to see how blind the right-wingers are, when they are confronted with actual historic research that goes against their little bubble of nationalistic beliefs.

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    • @spooky ghost He's still a fictional character used by a multitude of different writers and whos skin complexion is not an integral part of his identity - unless it comes to people like you. There is a good chance Arthur was half-roman/mediterreanian and as he is related to Gawain, well go figure that out for yourself. I mean, Jesus is depicted as a white caucasian man with fair skin in most art and that's not accurate at all.

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    • @OriRune Well, Mandela and Musa were real and at least in Mandelas case we definitely know what he looked like- unlike fictional Gawain.🤷 I really hope that you think that your trolling bothers me.

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    • @JVR right, so you would be upset about Black Panther. Let's make a movie about Nelson Mandela next, played by George Clooney. And maybe Mansa Musa, played by Chow Yun Fat

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    • @OriRune Well, Black Panther was specifically designed to be a black person of color of African (-American) descent. Gawains descent is never specified but we know that a wide variety of different skin complexions were introduced to the British Isles through the Roman Invasion. And thank heavens, that Patel plays neither a Saracen nor an Indian - he plays a knight with a weathered skin complexion. :)

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  • Finally, a movie trailer with *BRMMMPP* and *HRMHHHH* soundhorns

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  • A24 is the only studio I will pay money to watch whatever they put out. They let their directors vision have freedom and don’t step in with studio intervention like a certain major company…..

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  • So Slumdog ends up becoming Viking Groot?

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  • Holy shit how gorgeous does this film look

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  • I'm in a Brit Lit class this summer and we JUST read "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". It seemed more humorous to me. It'll be interesting to see this serious spin on it. (If you've read it and know the ending, you know what I mean by humorous).

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    • Humorous how?

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    • Guy chops someone's head, who then picks it back up and says "Now I get a turn" seems like a decent comedic premise already

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  • Stunning aesthetics as with most modern films but poor substance as with most modern films. On the plus side at least it's no a Marvel film.

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    • @EvilestGem Why is it a badly done cliche?

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    • @JVR like a badly done cliche is how.

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    • Poor substance how?

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  • I've seen this at least 10 times! Love it

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  • Never ending story vibes

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  • Sir Gawain was king Arthur's nephew, not a phone scammer looking for apple gift cards...

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    • @phil mckrotch To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. And I hear you say "Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century." Well, there is also a half-black Arthurian Knight in the most important Medieval Germanic Arthurian Myth and it's 200 years older than the source material for this movie. The knights name is Feirefiz and he is the half-brother of Sir Parcival. Also Patel is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality. I'd say quit whining.

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    • @lunarstars I can tell you didn't read about the stories and lore of Excalibur and King Arthur and his knights. Ignorance is bliss.

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    • Chill out dude. In those times there were Spanish moors that made it as far as Western Europe, so he doesn’t look out of place in a medieval setting. At first I thought the actor was Spanish or Mexican. :P

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  • ...hmmm. hmmmmm.... gives the old pen and paper rpg'er in me a good tickle.... nice.

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    • There is a pen and paper game for this movie!

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  • Forced multiculturalism .

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    • @spooky ghost He's still a fictional character used by a multitude of different writers and whos skin complexion is not an integral part of his identity - unless it comes to people like you. There is a good chance Arthur was half-roman/mediterreanian and as he is related to Gawain, well go figure that out for yourself. I mean, Jesus is depicted as a white caucasian man with fair skin in most art and that's not accurate at all.

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    • @Max St. Arlyn who forced the continents of Europe, Asia and Africa together to allow for free movement from one to the other

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    • @Max St. Arlyn Oh..."forced" multiculturalism. How very *not* vague...

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    • Notice I said *FORCED Multiculturalism. Also, I would be very surprised if you even have a definition for multiculturalism.

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    • @Ragitsu I know. But this story means more to me than to these rightwingers.

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  • This has some serious Pan’s Labyrinth vibes.

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  • Isnt this like the Irish or Scottish version of the headless horseman story tale???

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    • They may share similarities but it is based on Sir Gawain and the Green Knight from the 14th century

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  • It looks like (trailer) another left-wing fantasy for invaders And this annoying pseudo-medieval renaissance steampunk styling, could have given Conan the Barbarian in the Star Trek world instead of King Arthur's knight, would have turned out the same.

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    • @spooky ghost He's still a fictional character used by a multitude of different writers and whos skin complexion is not an integral part of his identity - unless it comes to people like you. There is a good chance Arthur was half-roman/mediterreanian and as he is related to Gawain, well go figure that out for yourself. I mean, Jesus is depicted as a white caucasian man with fair skin in most art and that's not accurate at all.

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    • Cope.

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    • To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. And I hear you say "Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century." Well, there is also a half-black Arthurian Knight in the most important Medieval Germanic Arthurian Myth and it's 200 years older than the source material for this movie. The knights name is Feirefiz and he is the half-brother of Sir Parcival. Also Patel is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality. I'd say quit whining.

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  • To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. And I hear you say "Boohoo but Arthurs fictional stories take place between the 4th and 6th century." Well, there is also a half-black Arthurian Knight in the most important Medieval Germanic Arthurian Myth. His name is Feirefiz and he is the half-brother of Sir Parcival. Also Patel is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And in case you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. And male bisexuality. I'd say quit whining.

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    • @Presley seems like Ghosts comments are gone?

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    • @spooky ghost You are a perfect example of what happens when the scientific realm touches a nerve in a right-wing mind. I have no interest in continuing this conversation anymore.

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    • @spooky ghost your statement just show me how illiterate and ignorant you are. Keep going bro🤜

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    • @spooky ghost Except for the fact that Arthur might have been half-roman and that we have a multitude of dark-skinned men in Arthurs Court: we have the Saracens - Sir Palomedes, his father and his two brothers, we have Sir Feirefiz who is half-Saracen and Sir Parcivals half-brother as well as Arthurs nephew. And we have Sir Morien, who is black and half-moorish.

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    • @spooky ghost ya looks like he is your relative that you know every thing about him And I don't care whether he is black or white I have to prove my point and I proved it Every racist person in the comment section can cry about it that he is not white But the fact is the fact.

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  • Is this gonna be like dark souls the movie

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  • outstanding piece of art

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  • This looks bloody amazing.

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  • Right, an Indian at the Round Table. Let's turn Saladin into a Russian, or Shaka Zulu into a Swede. And George Washington should be played by a woman. How about this -- Martin Luther King should be Jewish! Guys, try to be faithful to the period portrayed.

    Scott AdlerScott Adler9 dagar sedan
    • @Scott Adler a fantasy kingdom aided by a wizard, founded through the acquisition of a sword from stone encasement/some lady immerses in water,, involved in this particular story about knights who can no-sell decapitations, but somehow non-white characters are a bridge too far.

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    • @JVR You are really stretching here. You also seem to be completely ignorant of the nature of Islam in Spain. The so-called Spanish Arabs were in fact the descendants of white North African Berbers diluted with many generations of local Spanish women, often taken as slaves. They did not form a distinct racial type. The term "Moor" is a ridiculous misnomer. In common parlance, it means Spanish Muslims, but in fact, the historical term really refers to the Almoravids, invaders from Senegal in sub-Saharan Africa. The Almoravids conquered much of Spain in the late 11th century, long after the Arthurian legends were conceived. Naturally, many of these newcomers, essentially the Taliban of their day, were black. This gives rise to the misconception that the Spanish Arabs were dark. But they would have had no place among the Christian nobility of England. Personally, I think that King Arthur was Jewish. So was Julius Caesar and Alexander the Great.

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    • @Mars Frederick Songco Thank you so much!

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    • @JVR Awesome response! Patel here even looks like he could pass for a caucasian.

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    • By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation. There is also a half-black Arthurian Knight in the most important Medieval Germanic Arthurian Myth. His name is Feirefiz and he is the half-brother of Sir Parcival. And Patel is a British man and citizen, portraying an medieval knight with a skin complexion only slightly darker than the average Caucasian - a weathered look a knight could acquire from long journeys. And if you forgot: it's based on a fictional 14th century fantasy romance poem full of dragons, witches and green men. I'd say: educate yourself and quit whining.

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  • You mean? The knight from gawain’s story?

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  • 1:33 am surprised they revealed the twist. In the trailer.

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  • Is this based on Medieval Times?

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    • It's based on a medieval romance poem from the 14th century.

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  • I would definitely let this studio to remake Attack on Titan live adaptation 🤩🤩

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  • The practical effects and CGI combination are breaking my brain, this looks truly beautiful and epic.

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  • Reply to my comment on 30th july when it will be released!!

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  • So race swapping IS ok if the original character is the "wrong color" like........white.

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    • @Gulan Hem cope.

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    • @JVR This is neither about Parcival or Feirefiz. Gawain was not portrayed as PoC. But woke people must always destroy history if it goes against their narrative. Take credit for the work of others and spread out the pride to all world's people even if it was just one or a few groups who did it.

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    • @Gulan Hem Sleep.

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    • @Gulan Hem oh boy, wait till you learn about the male bisexuality in the original source material . And we even have a half-black Arthurian Knight called Feirefiz in the most important medieval Germanic Arthurian Myth and he is Sir Parcivals half-brother. I suggest you educate yourself instead of being racist.

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    • @JVR Just stop. Woke.

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  • The meek ethiopia immuhistochemically fence because spot phylogenitically rot at a sore scorpion. next, terrible morning

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  • There are a couple of other versions of this that are pretty good, 1 with Sean Connery as the Green Knight.

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  • Foxes don't howl like wolves

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    • And foxes definitely don't speak.

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  • Black night been better

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  • that's cultural appropriation

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    • @Gulan Hem cope.

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    • @JVR Gawain was not PoC.

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    • By the 12th century we have court records of Saracen warriors settled in southwest England, and certainly in the 8th century there is numismatic evidence of contact between England and Moorish Spain. The filmmakers have made a reasonable extrapolation.

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  • That big foam axe looks so ridiculous. Nobody carrying that shit around.

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    • Gawain and the Green Knight have “magical” muscles. 😏

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    • Probably shouldn't be getting up from that business with his head, but here we are.

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    • I mean, it is a fantasy setting. With giants, monsters, witchcraft and so on. And if it belongs to the Green Knight, it is almost reasonable.

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  • 😴😴😴😴😴

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  • This is epic

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  • 7ds sequel :p

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  • Is this a horror movie? Looks like a horror movie

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    • ​@spooky ghost Not even able to copy+paste your right-wing remarks under the correct comments?

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    • Its Adventure. They took the horror label off of it.

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    • It's based on a medieval poem from the 14th century but one could easily read it as a horrifying tale about faith, honor and ... well... giant green beings that survive beheadings.

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  • I would like to know more work by who ever cut this trailer together. I want more

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  • I keep on watching this trailer. I cannot wait for the movie, this looks so🔥

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  • Nice Scenes, Nice Acting, I'm excited. 😍😍😍

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  • Wish we can have another myth type Thor movie that would be dope and maybe doper made by this company A24

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  • This is my most anticipated movie and has been for the last 1 1/2 years. This will be the first movie we go back to the theater for. This looks like the perfect adventure movie and with a freaking fox companion!!! Awesome.

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  • 2:00 - Guest apperance of Ghost Rider 😁

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  • this looks epic.

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  • Why is the British knight a saracen?

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    • After Prince Caspian there’s no going back.

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    • Have you seen Gawain's birth certificate

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    • You meant Sir Gawain? I was shocked when I did some research and found out that the actor that play Gawain is actually not an European.

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