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KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD

CHARLIE HUNNAM (Arthur) has captured the attention of audiences and critics in both the United Kingdom and Hollywood with his versatility, talent and charisma.

For seven seasons, Hunnam starred as Jax Teller in FX's "Sons of Anarchy," the highest rated drama in the network's history. Since wrapping the show, Hunnam starred in James Gray's "The Lost City of Z," with Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson. He most recently wrapped principal photography on a remake of "Papillon" for Michael Noer, with Rami Malek and Eve Hewson.

In 2015, Hunnam appeared in Guillermo del Toro's "Crimson Peak," alongside Mia Wasikowski, Jessica Chastain, and Tom Hiddleston. This was a reunion for Hunnam and del Toro who first worked together on "Pacific Rim." Prior to this, Hunnam starred in Jordan Roberts' comedy "3, 2, 1...Frankie Go Boom," alongside Chris O'Dowd, Lizzie Caplan and Ron Perlman; and also in Stefan Ruzowitzky's "Deadfall," with Eric Bana and Olivia Wilde. Together with Elijah Wood, Hunnam appeared in the independent film "Green Street Hooligans" about the violent world of soccer shenanigans. He then starred opposite Clive Owen in Alfonso Cuaron's apocalyptic drama "Children of Men."

Hunnam made his film debut in the thriller "Abandon" and gained attention for his performance in the title role of the big screen adaptation of Charles Dickens' novel Nicholas Nickelby, which received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Picture. He next appeared as Bosie in the feature "Cold Mountain" for director Anthony Minghella, based on the best-selling novel by Charles Frazier.

On the small screen, Hunnam received audience and critical acclaim for his role in the hit British drama "Queer as Folk," and the FOX series "Undeclared," for Judd Apatow, early on in his career.

In addition to his acting talents, Hunnam completed his first screenplay, entitled "Vlad," and is developing the project along with Plan B Productions. He is also developing "American Druglord," based on a Rolling Stone article, with Plan B as well.

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