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From director David Lowery and starring Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, and Joel Edgerton. The Green Knight - In Theaters July 30. #TheGreenKnight
RELEASE DATE: In Theaters July 30
DIRECTOR: David Lowery
CAST: Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander and Joel Edgerton
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  • Chris
    Chris

    Attack on Knightan???

  • futureshocked
    futureshocked

    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.

  • Faul Sname
    Faul Sname

    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

    • JVR
      JVR

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

  • ty c
    ty c

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

  • 佐藤佐藤
    佐藤佐藤

    お、フロムの新作ってこれか

  • Max Johnson
    Max Johnson

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

    • JVR
      JVR

      He is six foot two

  • Blakkset
    Blakkset

    Sword Of The Valiant

  • wheatley
    wheatley

    Read the tales of king arthur, this is but one of many.

  • WackyMushrooms
    WackyMushrooms

    *I hope this movie has those wacky trippy effects from the original*

    • JVR
      JVR

      There is no original. Both movies are based on the same medieval poem.

  • milestone76
    milestone76

    looks more like a woodelf then an actual bretonnian :)

    • JVR
      JVR

      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.

  • Matthew Scott
    Matthew Scott

    Well, I see more cinematic butchery in my future....

    • JVR
      JVR

      How?

  • ferarzo
    ferarzo

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

  • Renegade Comics [RC]
    Renegade Comics [RC]

    Is this a Dean Valentine remix????

  • V2DHEART
    V2DHEART

    i have dreams like this

  • White Walker
    White Walker

    The music reminds me of the Civil War trailer music

  • adyhottie
    adyhottie

    I know the basis for this the name of it is Gawain and the Green Night I think

    • JVR
      JVR

      Knight*

  • B. O.B.!
    B. O.B.!

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

  • ferarzo
    ferarzo

    Wow

  • phaedruslive
    phaedruslive

    Can't wait for the Mahabharata with a Danish Arjuna.

    • phaedruslive
      phaedruslive

      @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.

    • JVR
      JVR

      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.

  • Addison Cook
    Addison Cook

    Yes! More gritty fantasy movies please!

  • Isaiah Ferguson
    Isaiah Ferguson

    I want to watch the shit out of this movie

  • Robert Smith
    Robert Smith

    Think I'm going to watch every single a24 movie

  • Ri Bono
    Ri Bono

    aww I thought it's the Green Knight from WH

  • Kyle Lawrence
    Kyle Lawrence

    It looks like a Triple A RPG so obviously i'm excited for it 😁

  • GrindStone
    GrindStone

    SNOWFLAKES OUT NOW :) :p :)

    • JVR
      JVR

      ?

  • Suraj Gaikwad
    Suraj Gaikwad

    I wish I should get a chance to watch this in a movie theater. . . But I think it will take 1 year for that.

  • Haatchii
    Haatchii

    Imagine a film like this about the Irish myth of Cú Chulainn and Ferdiad

  • Pat aka Dumbounded
    Pat aka Dumbounded

    I have this strange feeling that Oscar Isaac was *this* close to getting casted as Gawain and tbh I'm not sure if he would've made the role better or worse

  • TheSonny
    TheSonny

    Originality

  • Black Beard
    Black Beard

    Been waiting forever to see this.

  • Danni K
    Danni K

    I think this the Zuko that could’ve/would’ve been if Avatar The Last AirBender would’ve been done correctly.

  • Eren Jäger
    Eren Jäger

    I have big anticipation for this film ! A24 please make more "artsy" fantasy movies.

  • Ryan Stone
    Ryan Stone

    Reminds me of Pan's Labyrinth

  • 1:58
    1:58

    This definitely gives me new-era cinema vibes.

  • Mateo Franco
    Mateo Franco

    1:59 wait is that karli morgenthau?

  • Cameron Ducote
    Cameron Ducote

    Yes please!!!

  • Matthew Hopkins
    Matthew Hopkins

    I love when they ethnically displace indigenous Europeans with foreigners. It reminds them that their ancestral homelands are being taken from them, right under their noses, without them firing a shot. If you let this happen you deserve every bit of it, and I watch on with glee.

    • JVR
      JVR

      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.

  • Michael Bankston
    Michael Bankston

    Looks so epic

  • Josh Toxey
    Josh Toxey

    A24 doesn't miss

  • Coastal Animist
    Coastal Animist

    I've been saying, for years, that there needed to be a new version of this story, because Sean Connery's had become dated (though it is still enjoyable). This is a great story, and I hope more films are made to tell classic tales. "The Count of Monte Cristo," could use a retelling, too.

  • rick wood
    rick wood

    Hope Zuko gets his honor in this movie.

  • L V
    L V

    Wait, this is Dev Patel???? Shit I'm OLD!!!!!

  • HC LW
    HC LW

    What the shit, this looks so cool.

  • The Lone Sasquatch
    The Lone Sasquatch

    Fun fact, this is based of the video game Dark Souls but they changed the name so that the people who played the video game don't have ptsd

  • ghosttowntomato
    ghosttowntomato

    this looks absolutely amazing...

  • Colin
    Colin

    A24 just keeps knocking them out of the park and this movie looks great.

  • Shagrat KZPI
    Shagrat KZPI

    Это "коричневый рыцарь", а не "зелёный"))

  • joaquin valeri
    joaquin valeri

    I love 2022 becasue they will host the FIFA world cup

  • KedoX Player
    KedoX Player

    What is the green Knight, I kind a like it

    • JVR
      JVR

      It's based on "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight"

  • Dennis .Brown
    Dennis .Brown

    I read Sir Gawain and the Green Knight every year. So I can’t wait for the movie.

  • Travis Fayy
    Travis Fayy

    Attack on titan

  • Piyush Anand
    Piyush Anand

    What is this mindfvckness!

  • FalseJosh Gaming
    FalseJosh Gaming

    Going to be the best film in the last five years. I hope

  • Shmacked Muffins
    Shmacked Muffins

    No mercy, just honor.

  • Patrick McKenna
    Patrick McKenna

    Wow looks like an actual good movie

  • Photojunkie
    Photojunkie

    A24 is legendary

  • Stewart Prepetit
    Stewart Prepetit

    Wth did I just watch? Lol hopefully on HBO Max same day!

  • Lee Claxton
    Lee Claxton

    Is this a horror?

  • Shahadat Hossain
    Shahadat Hossain

    How to make a messy trailer? Watch this

  • david rowan
    david rowan

    rewriting British folklore to meet the requirements to make woke liberals happy.

    • Charming Peasant
      Charming Peasant

      @JVR Just give me the sources where you learned it from. I'm not willing to just take a random IT-my comment's word for it.

    • JVR
      JVR

      @Charming Peasant read again.

    • Charming Peasant
      Charming Peasant

      @JVR Where did you find info that Gawain was of Saracen/Moor descent ?

    • JVR
      JVR

      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.

  • 23GT
    23GT

    Please tell me this is some epic quest to find a shrubbery...one that looks nice...and not too expensive...

  • TERI MAKA BH0$RA
    TERI MAKA BH0$RA

    I'm pretty sure an English KNIGHT wasn't brown as &*!T

    • JVR
      JVR

      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.

  • Krummy Raider
    Krummy Raider

    I don’t understand what I just saw but I’m looking forward to more.

  • Amos Soak
    Amos Soak

    The Brown Knight.

    • Amos Soak
      Amos Soak

      @JVR Who gives a shit mate.

    • JVR
      JVR

      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.

  • Presley
    Presley

    To all the people complaining about Patel as Gawain: 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 . " Well , there is also a half - black Arthurian Knight in the most important Medieval Germanic Arthurian Myth . His name is Feirefiz and he is the half - brother of Sir Parcival. Also Patel is a British man and citizen , portraying a 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.

    • Presley
      Presley

      @JVR thanks bro🤜

    • JVR
      JVR

      @Presley here you go: 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.

    • Presley
      Presley

      @JVR 👍

    • JVR
      JVR

      @Presley The next text will include all the Arthurian non-white knights: the three Saracens Sir Palomedes and his brothers Sir Safir and Sir Segwarides and their father Esclabor, as well as the half-saracen knight Sir Feirefiz and the black knight Sir Morien. I will also include the influence of the Roman Invasion in a better way. Arthurs court has never been white-only.

    • JVR
      JVR

      @Presley No need to thank me. I study this stuff at Uni anyways :) Have a nice day!

  • Okari
    Okari

    What does the fox say? "YOUR DOOM IS AT HAND"

  • OriRune
    OriRune

    Oh boy, more blackwashing of European myths and history

    • JVR
      JVR

      @spooky ghost Not triggered at all. It's just a sad sight to see how blind the right-wingers are, when they are confronted with actual historic research that goes against their little bubble of nationalistic beliefs.

    • JVR
      JVR

      @spooky ghost He's still a fictional character used by a multitude of different writers and whos skin complexion is not an integral part of his identity - unless it comes to people like you. There is a good chance Arthur was half-roman/mediterreanian and as he is related to Gawain, well go figure that out for yourself. I mean, Jesus is depicted as a white caucasian man with fair skin in most art and that's not accurate at all.

    • JVR
      JVR

      @OriRune Well, Mandela and Musa were real and at least in Mandelas case we definitely know what he looked like- unlike fictional Gawain.🤷 I really hope that you think that your trolling bothers me.

    • OriRune
      OriRune

      @JVR right, so you would be upset about Black Panther. Let's make a movie about Nelson Mandela next, played by George Clooney. And maybe Mansa Musa, played by Chow Yun Fat

    • JVR
      JVR

      @OriRune Well, Black Panther was specifically designed to be a black person of color of African (-American) descent. Gawains descent is never specified but we know that a wide variety of different skin complexions were introduced to the British Isles through the Roman Invasion. And thank heavens, that Patel plays neither a Saracen nor an Indian - he plays a knight with a weathered skin complexion. :)

  • MrBeef
    MrBeef

    Finally, a movie trailer with *BRMMMPP* and *HRMHHHH* soundhorns

  • Dark Star King
    Dark Star King

    A24 is the only studio I will pay money to watch whatever they put out. They let their directors vision have freedom and don’t step in with studio intervention like a certain major company…..

  • solkatlol
    solkatlol

    So Slumdog ends up becoming Viking Groot?

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