Check out the newly released first still shared by Entertainment Weekly of Charlie from the upcoming Guy Ritchie adaption King Arthur: Legend of the Sword which is due to hit theaters March 2017.
Charlie was all smiles as he posed at the premiere of A24’s Equals on July 7th. You can check out high quality photos in our gallery now.
Check out photos of Charlie at the UFC 199 Holloway vs Lamas event held in Inglewood, California on June 4th.
I’ve added captures of Charlie from the special features included on the official DVD of Crimson Peak. You can check those out in the gallery now.
I’ve added HD captures of Charlie as Dr. Alan McMichael in Crimson Peak which is officially available on DVD and Blu-ray on February 9th, 2016. You can pre-order your copy now on Amazon.com
Charlie is looking fierce and edgy on the latest issue of VMAN Magazine! In the issue Charlie talks in-depth about turning down 50 Shades of Grey in addition to his upcoming projects such as Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur, Guillermo Del Toro’s gothic thriller Crimson Peak and Lost City of Z which is currently being filmed. You can check out a snippet below and some preview scans of the issue in our gallery.
Make sure you pre-order your own issue over at VMagazineShop.com before it hits stands September 17th!
On turning down Fifty Shades of Grey: “Oh it was the worst professional experience of my life. It was the most emotionally destructive and difficult thing that I’ve ever had to deal with professionally. It was heartbreaking.”
On telling Sam Taylor-Johnson that he was turning down the movie: “I called her and we both cried our eyes out on the phone for 20 minutes. I needed to tell her that this was not going to work. I was going to finish Sons, shoot the whole sequence where Tara was brutally murdered, fly to Vancouver the next day, have ten days of rehearsal, and then start shooting. Then I was going to have three days after that and I’d have to start shooting Crimson Peak and then I’d have two days to travel and go back into season seven of Sons. There was a lot of personal stuff going on in my life that left me on real emotional shaky ground and mentally weak. I just got myself so fucking overwhelmed and I was sort of having panic attacks about the whole thing. I just didn’t know what to do.”
On being okay with the Fifty Shades nudity: “The outside perception of that was that I got really cold feet and got scared of the explicit nature of the sexuality of the piece. When I was 18 I was getting f*cked in the ass, completely naked on national TV, y’know?”