All Of London At King Arthur’s Court

Britons flock to Arthur's premiere

by Willow Green |
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Savages tribes of Woads fought Roman soldiers through the streets of London last night intent on getting to Leicester Square in time for the King Arthur premiere. After negotiating a red carpet lined with Roman legionaries and passing the Celtic drummers in full fur-and-kilt ensembles,Empire managed to duck into the cinema for shelter from the terrifying crowd, only to be followed by swarms of celebrities and the stars of the film. Uber-producer Jerry Bruckheimer was thrilled with the results of his efforts. "David Franzoni (the writer) pitched it to me as 'Whaddya say we do King Arthur as the Wild Bunch'. It was like the fall of Saigon, the end of the Roman occupation of Britain." We also asked him about two upcoming films that Bruckheimer is also producing

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