David Beckham’s Acting in King Arthur Was Beyond Cringeworthy

On Tuesday, the trailer for King Arthur was released featuring former Manchester United legend, David Beckham’s acting debut and so far the reaction to his acting has been received with what you’d expect it to, but before it’s all ripped to shreds, let’s take a look at a clip, shall we? Thank us in advance for brightening up your day with this masterclass in screen acting courtesy of David Beck’s and Guy Ritchie.

There was a glimpse of Beckham acting there and he sounds like a “football coach” berating one of his players on the training ground, “Hands on the hill, stupid!” must have been what Alex Ferguson told his useless players before sending them back to the dressing room, never to play again.

In this film directed by Guy Ritchie, will be David Beckham’s first speaking role in the highly awaited blockbuster film that also stars Charlie Hunnam and Eric Bana, and which will hit UK cinemas on May the 19th, so not too far away, at all.

But wait, it gets better, since David Beckham will play a battle guard named “Trigger”, which is so 2017, isn’t it? Film lovers have taken to social media to lambaste his debut in large numbers. Let’s look at some of them now.

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Well there you have it! Clearly everyone is as excited about seeing David Beckham’s silver screen debut, as we are. Once again, it’s nice to see the sanity of people in their reaction of seeing “Bend it like Beckham” in a film, with such strong feedback for him to ponder.

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Clearly this view isn’t shared by director Guy Ritchie who also gave David Beckham a no speaking role in his last film, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., as a projectionist, yes, this is true, look it up, in case you missed it.

What’s next for Becks? More film roles? We’re not so sure….

But, when nobody else will cast David Beckham, Guy Ritchie will, with no hesitation whatsoever, perhaps overlooking the fact that he’s not an actor, but a former footballer. Who cares? We honestly can’t wait to see this train wreck of a film with our very own eyes, come May 19th, 2017.

Brainstain, over and out!

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