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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  • This movie is gonna be so good. Either that or they've really fooled me this time

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  • Finally, the summer of Dev Patel.

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  • I hope he takes huge liberties with the original story

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  • David Lowery does it again

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  • I must watch this, but this it was sooo weird and amazing and pretty and confusing

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  • Woke pish.

    CelticSaxonCelticSaxon18 timer siden
    • How?

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  • I'm not entirely in love with the design of the Green Knight, having read the Chivalric Romance Poem in college, but WOW the voice they gave him REALLY works. Props to the VO for sure.

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    • Yeah, he could have been a little bigger and more human.

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  • Man this got me pumped!

    Yash RajYash RajDag siden
  • now this is something straight out of a dream in my head, bravo.

    Steven SkatesSteven SkatesDag siden
  • Dev Patel and A24; I'm in!

    ProgrammedForDamageProgrammedForDamageDag siden
  • This has Benicio Del Toro vibes written all over it. To be honest, I'm surprised he isn't the director.

    John CalderaioJohn CalderaioDag siden
  • A24 never miss

    whoIS AminoBlackwhoIS AminoBlackDag siden
  • Art. In its purest form.

    Herb CoswellHerb CoswellDag siden
  • It's a bit unclear, what does the fox say?

    Ludovic - Valentin BrassoLudovic - Valentin BrassoDag siden
  • UGH..NO.. I just DONT get the choice of cast. Arthurian legend is a celtic legend, by choosing a multi ethnic cast, EVENTHOUGH it's a fantasy adaptation just does injustice to ALL cultures, ethnicities, and versatility in the world. I just don't get this trend. It's as if everyone is pretending to be colour blind instead of celebrating all our races and colours in the world. Superbly annoying.

    niteryder2507niteryder2507Dag siden
    • Hey there. 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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  • Is the voice of the Green Knight the voice of the Narrator from Hellblade?

    Aadam AnwarAadam AnwarDag siden
  • Main character is Indian but I thought this was a European thingy. Confused here 🤔

    Mountain ManMountain ManDag siden
    • Here you go: 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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  • Hello there ! Does anybody knows the music in this trailer? Thanks

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    • @solyentbrak1 Thank you 🤓🤗

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    • Lapse by black math

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  • Looks like too much is going on want this to be good but I'm not sure.

    Zak AhmedZak Ahmed2 dager siden
  • Spoilt by casting

    Zardoz 21Zardoz 212 dager siden
    • Not at all.

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  • Do you think those who haven't read any of the Sir Gawain poems, would be completely confused or thrown off by this movie?? 🤔

    BruceBruce2 dager siden
    • @JVR lol true! Monty Python is where it's at!!

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    • You could read one but you'd be just as fine without reading any or just watching Monty Python and the Holy Grail. ☺

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    • No but that's just my opinion 🤷‍♂️

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  • Is this an original story?

    Geek CastGeek Cast2 dager siden
    • It's based on an 14th century medieval poem based on older tales which were also influenced by even older myths.

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  • David Lowery is the most underrated director working today.

    Jack ScottJack Scott2 dager siden
    • Probably but I want to say that this trailer looks phenomenal

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  • Damn I have been waiting for this for a long time! Finally! Thanks A24!!

    Jose RamosJose Ramos2 dager siden
  • The black knight.

    wayne mcauliffewayne mcauliffe2 dager siden
  • Dev Patel as Gawain... right (smh)

    MachineHeadMachineHead2 dager siden
    • ?

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  • Why is an indian playing an european medieval knight?

    RivershieldRivershield2 dager siden
    • ​@JVR Lmao even his name is not even english. I'm a brazilian who was born in Japan, that doesn't mean I'm japanese. The japanese doesn't see me as one of them and I'm fine with that because they are correct. My race is mulato, I'm brazilian. This actor is indian. You don't get to chose your nationality. Your race does.

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    • Patel is a Brit.

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  • Is this shit ever coming out?

    Will ShogrenWill Shogren3 dager siden
    • July 30

      solyentbrak1solyentbrak1Dag siden
  • I HAVE BEEN SO HYPED FOR THIS AHHHH

    Lettuce PrincessLettuce Princess3 dager siden
  • Cultural appropriation right? Where is the liberal outrage?

    pat moranpat moran3 dager siden
    • Cope, colonist.

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  • slumdog vs groot

    Renaldo MatadeenRenaldo Matadeen3 dager siden
  • wow, people liking this must be the reason why movies are getting crappier and crappier. That, and producers of course.

    ezehernandezezehernandez4 dager siden
    • @ezehernandez the movie seems to be a pretty solid adaptation of the source material, dealing with the originals topics and building upon the almost cinematic writing style of poem. Plus Dev Patel is a strong actor. 🤷 I don't know how old you are, you don't know how old I am but please, keep in mind that nostalgia is a thing and that even films like Kubricks "Shining" or "Clockwork Orange" were not as highly regarded in their time as they are now.

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    • @JVR oh, don´t worry i´m sure the movie will be a success and you´ll be able to agree with a lot of people about it.

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    • @ezehernandez you must be fun at parties.

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    • @JVR sure, as i read Dune, but that´s neither here nor there. Knowing the original story doesn´t tell you much about the plot of a movie adaptation. Film adaptations are their own work of art and the scripts often create a new story. LOTR would be an exception and The Hobbit would be the unfortunate rule.

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    • @ezehernandez I guess, you have read the original 14th century poem it based on?

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  • *Arthur looking to Merlin* : _I reckon I can take this big green bastard...._ *Merlin* : 0:32

    Andrew WoodAndrew Wood4 dager siden
  • WhO Can reGAiL mE AnD MY qUeEN wiTh SoMe mYTh oR TAle?

    Andrew WoodAndrew Wood4 dager siden
  • indian in the most dangerous time to not be the majority he would of been cut in half the moment he was found.

    antifarterrorist'santifarterrorist's4 dager siden
    • Wrong.

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  • This is going to be a masterpiece. Too bad it’s launching in the pandemic. It would have made so much money.

    Jose A. Ramirez MoyaJose A. Ramirez Moya4 dager siden
  • Hope this movie got a deeper plot than Lord Bertilak trying to get railed by one of Arthurs Knights like in the original story

    Ahmet Batuhan DinçAhmet Batuhan Dinç4 dager siden
    • I love your summary haha

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  • is this a comedy? I thought it was supposed to be a comedy?

    bejingmaobejingmao4 dager siden
    • How did u come to that conclusion?

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  • The casting of Dev Patel jars a little, despite him being a great actor.....

    Daniel BuxtonDaniel Buxton4 dager siden
    • Two things JVR, as you've got your knickers in a twist.... 1. I'm not saying that there wasn't a small admixture from the corners of the Roman Empire and Mediterranean trade itself introduced into Britain over time. There's evidence of that through archaeological finds. Although that evidence is NOT that vast numbers of settlers from the middle east arrived here, but rather that a few soldiers or their retinue did, and that goods were traded suggesting some possible immigration, on a small scale. It's been rebranded as something else for 21st century woke purposes. 2. The medieval writings do mention Saracens. But the story is set in Dark Ages Britain. The Saracens were hundreds of years hence. 3. It jars, because Sir Gawain is not described as being Indian. And the chances are very high that he didn't look classically Indian, Chinese or Chilean. It jars like the strawberry-blond Jesus used to on the mural in the church I went to as a boy. It jars like Alec Guinness as King Faisal in Lawrence of Arabia, or Liz Taylor as Cleopatra. Yes, Gawain is known through a mythical poem, but he is rooted in a historical time, when the ancient Britons invited then tussles with the new arrivals, the Germanic peoples who became known as the English. I know that isn't a fashionable theory anymore but it's broadly backed up genetically, geographically and linguistically. It doesn't mean I don't approve of Dev Patel - I do, he's a great actor. It just means that if your pitching something in the past, then perhaps historical accuracy jars less.

      Daniel BuxtonDaniel Buxton2 dager siden
    • @Anoneemus Noename 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.

      JVRJVR4 dager siden
    • @ivan cores "Colorblind casting", aka woke bullshit. Sir Gawain was a scotsman ffs and they got an indian guy playing him like race mixing wasn't frowned upon back then. No way Arthur would ever admit he was his nephew let alone have him seated at the round table. He'd probably have been sent away at birth, if not killed...

      Anoneemus NoenameAnoneemus Noename4 dager siden
    • I agree. Why would they cast an indian actor for an Arturian tale?

      ivan coresivan cores4 dager siden
  • This movie looks very promising and I’m really looking forward to watch it. Nevertheless, and with all due respect for Patel, It’s hard to imagine him as Gawain. I don’t believe he is the best cast. I read all the books and I may say that I’m quite familiar to Sir Gawain. My statement isn’t only based on his looks but, mostly, on his bearing and representation of the famous Knight (from what I can tell from the trailer).

    André Rocha TorresAndré Rocha Torres4 dager siden
    • Okay, I'll take the bait, as a scholar of Arthurian Literature. Let's agree: skin color is not an issue here. I am open to talk about Patels portrayal of Gawain: how do come to the conclusion he's not performing the role adequately?

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  • remember reading this in high school. awesome to see it come alive!

    Hey thereHey there5 dager siden
  • Oh this looks so interesting!

    ETET5 dager siden
  • Dude, is that the latest atmospheric bone-chilling character-​driven slow burn arthouse kino with no jumpscares by A24™?

    EduardoEduardo5 dager siden
  • I am intrigued.

    Beautifullytragic6Beautifullytragic65 dager siden
  • Surprise movie of the Year!

    DarkCodeDarkCode5 dager siden
  • I love the way Arthur glances at Merlin for guidance.

    Vrex622Vrex6225 dager siden
  • Das wird ein schöner Mist werden, omg.

    Orion 259Orion 2596 dager siden
    • Warum?

      JVRJVR6 dager siden
  • Ok finally some update on this movie!

    Lucy Stephanie: Properties & MoreLucy Stephanie: Properties & More6 dager siden
  • Arthurian legend, Netflix edition.

    DEMONETIZEDDEMONETIZED6 dager siden
    • A24 is something special. They're beyond netflix.

      AmbitionAmbition6 dager siden
    • How?

      JVRJVR6 dager siden
  • My M night theory is that this is all a virtual reality game I'm the end

    Misterlaxx dMisterlaxx d6 dager siden
    • Read the poem it was based on.

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  • A24 is godsend

    LOSERSAURUSLOSERSAURUS6 dager siden
  • Man this looks dumb as shit lol

    BobertBobert7 dager siden
    • Why?

      JVRJVR6 dager siden
  • Dev Patel saying “honor”. The one thing Zuko is always chasing. The last air bender crossover.

    Pablo StirlingPablo Stirling7 dager siden
  • As a fan of King Arthur (I love Legend of the Sword), this looks brilliant!

    wiinterflowerswiinterflowers7 dager siden
  • 0:28 1:54

    Joe JustoJoe Justo7 dager siden
  • good trailer, was disappointed to read about the ending though.

    marx bangermarx banger7 dager siden
    • @marx banger A24 recently released a video going over the history of the green knight poem. They changed some canon already in the video so I think that they’ll probably change some aspects of the story to be more cinematic.

      Christopher WahlerChristopher WahlerDag siden
    • @JVR yes, i'd imagine so. the trailer does look spectacular. will probably catch it if i can.

      marx bangermarx banger6 dager siden
    • @marx banger I appreciate that. The story itself is pretty nice and incorporates a multitude of themes - and I think the movie will have an interesting take on some of them.

      JVRJVR6 dager siden
    • @JVR you're probably right. honestly i could be bothered to explain it properly but thought i'd write something back not to ignore a reply.

      marx bangermarx banger6 dager siden
    • @marx banger I know the poem it's based on. Your summary is pretty flawed.

      JVRJVR6 dager siden
  • This will be epic! The Green Knight gives Gawain a chance to solve a riddle to save his life, which consists of four lines: Where life is emptiness, gladness. Where life is darkness, fire. Where life is golden, sorrow. Where life is lost, wisdom.

    WolfenWolfen7 dager siden
    • In the original poem, he doesn't.

      JVRJVR7 dager siden
  • yeah, king arthur had a mexican nephew. this movie has jewery, pass.

    jake vantasseljake vantassel7 dager siden
    • Oh boy. 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.

      JVRJVR7 dager siden
  • Shane the bull brought me here

    sauce n flowsauce n flow7 dager siden
  • When I read a book about the green knight 18 years ago I never thought there would be a movie about it.

    ALWALW7 dager siden
    • There already is one. With Sean Connery in it. From the 80s. It's just not that good from what I've heard.

      JVRJVR7 dager siden
  • Sean Connery has already played the Green Knight in Sword of the Valiant. Who will play it better?

    Mojave MolaMojave Mola7 dager siden
    • @JVR Maybe so. Sean Connery's version was kind of cheesetastic.

      Mojave MolaMojave Mola7 dager siden
    • Ralph Ineson?

      JVRJVR7 dager siden
  • Another CGI Bullshit

    iSac3753iSac37537 dager siden
  • Hey look it's Gawain from King Arthur in this movie about Gawain. Into the Gawainaverse. Maybe I'm the only one who remembers that movie because i've seen it so many times. Underrated.

    FlumeFlume7 dager siden
  • Lazy Hollywood...this is like the 4th sir Gawain and the green knight movie.

    Joey ReedJoey Reed7 dager siden
    • There is also one from 1991. But The Sword of the Valiant with Sir Sean Connery is my favorite.

      Joey ReedJoey Reed7 dager siden
    • We have two British Versions: one from 1973 and one from 1984, both by British filmmaker Stephen Weeks. Which Hollywood Adaptations do you mean? I am interested.

      JVRJVR7 dager siden
  • Knights of Bretonnia!

    SEED OnlineSEED Online7 dager siden
  • the hero is a twat

    MrGrudgehammerMrGrudgehammer7 dager siden
    • How?

      JVRJVR7 dager siden
  • hmmmmmm i dont know

    Willian MWillian M8 dager siden
  • Dope, love everything about it except the fox that sounds like a wolf.

    KahlevNKahlevN8 dager siden
  • This looks awesome. Check out sword of the valiant. Sean Connery as the green knight.

    Andy ToddAndy Todd8 dager siden
  • Pretty much any movie with Ralph Ineson and Kate Dickie reminds me of their splendid role in The vvitch

    Abhishek KanyalAbhishek Kanyal8 dager siden
  • looks great

    Goku ChichiGoku Chichi8 dager siden
  • 心臓を捧げよう

    work relatedwork related8 dager siden
  • A24 is singlehandedly drawing people back to the big screen!

    Dogaru MariusDogaru Marius8 dager siden
  • This trailer is masterpiece in of itself and the combination of medieval and modern elements is blended perfectly. Not sure what the complaints about Patel being Indian are about, it fiction and he’s British besides the majority of the other characters seem European so him being Indian makes him stand out, my only complaint is Patel is too handsome to be intimidating.

    Marion HowardMarion Howard9 dager siden
    • @Marion Howard, Isn't a black German also German? Couldn't he play Adof Hitler?

      Arkaitz EtxeandiaArkaitz Etxeandia5 dager siden
    • @Arkaitz Etxeandia is he not British?

      Marion HowardMarion Howard5 dager siden
    • @Marion Howard, "Dev Patel is a British man playing a British medieval knight". 😁😁😁 Of course, and I suppose that a black man of current German nationality can perfectly play Adolf Hitler ... after all, he is "a German man playing a German contemporary leader".

      Arkaitz EtxeandiaArkaitz Etxeandia5 dager siden
    • @ELL ISI'm thinking of the oriental legend that is Jesus Christ. How many whites have played him?

      RedSkin Zr0RedSkin Zr06 dager siden
    • @ELL IS I think that’s the reason most don’t care you say “this would never fly if it were a White person being cast as an African or Asian legend” but that has already happened more times than I can even name, this is one of the few times it’s reversed, If they don’t like it don’t watch, Gods of Egypt had a bunch of a White British actors playing African/Egyptian Gods so till this day I just decided to never watch it, I didn’t complain about it. Dev Patel is a British man playing a British medieval knight.

      Marion HowardMarion Howard6 dager siden
  • I swear, A24 is single-handedly saving the movie industry.

    Marco MüllerMarco Müller9 dager siden
    • I see lots of americans on the internet saying that but tbh here in europe there are lots of non american great films. Y'all need to remember there isnt only hollywood, if hollywood sucks now there are still other things

      MargheritaMargherita2 dager siden
    • @DEMONETIZED just like the English erased so many indigenous cultures and people from their native lands

      Shreyas AdhikariShreyas Adhikari5 dager siden
    • By erasing indigenous English people out of indigenous English history?

      DEMONETIZEDDEMONETIZED6 dager siden
  • Why is an Indian being cast as a 5th century Celt? Racist much A24?

    Robert MartinRobert Martin9 dager siden
    • @JVR Yeah, people have a habit of getting selectively mad at use of poetic license. I wonder why...

      Haf MachoitHaf Machoit6 dager siden
    • @JVR Not melanin, identity. Very different.

      sleepsleep6 dager siden
    • @Haf Machoit thanks- there is so much anachronistic stuff in there but they whine about Gawains skin color,.

      JVRJVR8 dager siden
    • @JVR moors are Africans but its may have been a few Indians

      Goku ChichiGoku Chichi8 dager siden
    • Why is there a Gothic architecture in 5th century Britain?

      Haf MachoitHaf Machoit8 dager siden
  • V

    Susan FogartySusan Fogarty9 dager siden
  • Slumdog Millionaire!

    The GentThe Gent9 dager siden
  • Reminds me of the 80's Excalibur movie'/!!!

    k.b. richk.b. rich9 dager siden
  • Looks boring

    Cee CeeCee Cee10 dager siden
    • @JVR looks great

      Goku ChichiGoku Chichi8 dager siden
    • Why?

      JVRJVR9 dager siden
  • Attack on Knightan???

    ChrisChris10 dager siden
    • @JVR that doesn't make sense

      sleepsleep6 dager siden
    • @sleep cope!

      JVRJVR8 dager siden
    • Attack on Celtic identity

      sleepsleep8 dager siden
  • Ok this looks incredible but is it just me or is the audio like...realllllly fuzzy and too 'wide'? Like everyone is talking into a tin can. Just way too much chorus-effect on every voice.

    futureshockedfutureshocked10 dager siden
  • This looks incredible. I remember reading Gawain and the Green Knight in college and couldn’t believe it had never been adapted to film before. Its a perfect example of the hero’s journey

    Faul SnameFaul Sname10 dager siden
    • @Hawc Productions To quote the original poem: "Sumwhyle wyth wormez he werrez, and with wolues als, Sumwhyle wyth wodwos, þat woned in þe knarrez, Boþe wyth bullez and berez, and borez oþerquyle, And ETAYNEZ, þat hym anelede of þe heȝe felle;" The poem refers to foes of Camelot using a Germanic term for giant: the Middle English etayn, from the Old English eoten and cognate with the Old Norse jötunn. In modern translations they are not always referred to as Giants but as Ogres or such but the original text makes it pretty clear: Gawain meets dragons, wolves, wild men, bulls, bears, boars and Etaynez/Giants.

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    • I don't remember naked hairless giants though... 🤨 The story was awesome already without some of this added stuff.

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    • @JVR And in 1973, "Gawain and the Green Knight" directed by Stephen Weeks. There is a very short clip on NOcds.

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    • I think it has been adapted in 1984: "Sword of the Valiant: The Legend of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" with Sean Connery.

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  • Literally been waiting for this movie for soooo long, so glad it's a month away 🤯🤯

    ty cty c10 dager siden
  • お、フロムの新作ってこれか

    佐藤佐藤佐藤佐藤10 dager siden
  • That spindly, SJW friendly, sized "knight" doesn't look like he could whip my mother. And my mother isn't all that tough.

    Max JohnsonMax Johnson10 dager siden
    • @Max Johnson Gawain is supposed to be the untried, youthful virgin knight im SGGK - something you would clearly know if you'd care about the source material.

      JVRJVR8 dager siden
    • @Max Johnson Funny thing. I am somewhat familiar with classic Polish literature. One of the most recognizable characters from Polish fiction is a character of colonel Michal Wolodyjowski who appears in Henryk Sienkiewicz's Trilogy written in late 19th century. He's not very tall or well built or too handsome and also doesn't make a very great first impression, but he is *the First Sword of the Commonwealth* an extremely honourable man who remains undefeated in duel and sacrifices himself defending his homeland against Ottoman Empire. Was Henryk Sienkiewicz an SJW?

      Haf MachoitHaf Machoit8 dager siden
    • @Haf Machoit Comment is referring to the current trend of portraying women and/or weak looking men as "heroes" in movies in order to pander to, well, women and weak looking men.

      Max JohnsonMax Johnson8 dager siden
    • What is this comment?

      Haf MachoitHaf Machoit8 dager siden
    • He is six foot two

      JVRJVR10 dager siden
  • Sword Of The Valiant

    BlakksetBlakkset10 dager siden
  • Read the tales of king arthur, this is but one of many.

    wheatleywheatley10 dager siden
  • *I hope this movie has those wacky trippy effects from the original*

    WackyMushroomsWackyMushrooms11 dager siden
    • @JVR Awesome!!!!!!!! :D

      WackyMushroomsWackyMushrooms10 dager siden
    • @WackyMushrooms it's the Green Knight! 💚

      JVRJVR10 dager siden
    • @JVR Thanks!!!! :D Love yours too!!!! :D

      WackyMushroomsWackyMushrooms10 dager siden
    • @WackyMushrooms sounds good. Good Profile pic btw

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    • @JVR Yeah it's kinda cheesy but it looks like those weird NOcds videos from 2006 pretty trippy

      WackyMushroomsWackyMushrooms10 dager siden
  • looks more like a woodelf then an actual bretonnian :)

    milestone76milestone7611 dager siden
    • @Haf Machoit its relevant

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    • @Haf Machoit because he is pissed :)

      JVRJVR8 dager siden
    • @sleep Why do you keep copying and pasting the same comment?

      Haf MachoitHaf Machoit8 dager siden
    • @JVR it's a Celtic mythological figure, so yes it is quite clear which ethnicity he would be. The Celts have a very real and specific identity. You're a complete hypocrit because you know if it was an Indian mythological figure and the actor playing him wasnt indian you would be raising hell.

      sleepsleep8 dager siden
    • 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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  • Well, I see more cinematic butchery in my future....

    Matthew ScottMatthew Scott11 dager siden
    • @Matthew Scott I have read several translations of the poem, as well as the original and heaps of secondary literature. So?

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    • @JVR read the literature THEN watch the movie...they always butcher the literature...

      Matthew ScottMatthew Scott10 dager siden
    • How?

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  • Wish they could make a good Don Quijote movie...

    ferarzoferarzo11 dager siden
    • @ELL IS he did, but I haven't seen it yet...read a NYT review that said it was good....I have it in my list to watch

      ferarzoferarzo6 dager siden
    • ferarzo didn’t terry gilliam finally make his don quixote film? i know he’d been wanting to do one for years and finally started filming a few years back but i’m not sure if he finished it or if it was shelved/cancelled for some reason.

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    • @Caitlinwell that's your opinion... millions disagree...a movie based on it could work, not necessarily a true and loyal adaptation to the book ...I understand modern audiences want more action, and I am ok with that...

      ferarzoferarzo6 dager siden
    • Don Quijote was a terrible and very long-winded book. You want a good hero's journey? Give me a good adaptation of Dante's The Comedia. All 3, not just The Inferno. Now THAT would be trippy and amazing to adapt.

      CaitlinCaitlin6 dager siden
  • Is this a Dean Valentine remix????

    Renegade Comics [RC]Renegade Comics [RC]12 dager siden
  • i have dreams like this

    V2DHEARTV2DHEART12 dager siden
  • The music reminds me of the Civil War trailer music

    White WalkerWhite Walker12 dager siden
  • I know the basis for this the name of it is Gawain and the Green Night I think

    adyhottieadyhottie12 dager siden
    • Knight*

      JVRJVR10 dager siden
  • Oh great it's the redhead dull lifeless charisma void from winter soldier and falcon....

    B. O.B.!B. O.B.!12 dager siden
  • Wow

    ferarzoferarzo12 dager siden
  • Can't wait for the Mahabharata with a Danish Arjuna.

    phaedruslivephaedruslive12 dager siden
    • @JVR it's a Celtic mythological figure, so yes it is quite clear which ethnicity he would be. The Celts have a very real and specific identity. You're a complete hypocrit because you know if it was an Indian mythological figure and the actor playing him wasnt indian you would be raising hell.

      sleepsleep8 dager siden
    • @phaedruslive Exactly right

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    • @JVR It more about the notion that any European myths and fictional narratives are open to interpretation in way that non-European stories are not. Essentially, it's not progressive to hold anything western as sacred, but it's still socially encouraged to safe-guard the purity of other traditional cultures and their stories.

      phaedruslivephaedruslive10 dager siden
    • 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.

      JVRJVR10 dager siden
  • Yes! More gritty fantasy movies please!

    Addison CookAddison Cook13 dager siden