Charming football superstar David Beckham to play cameo role as a disgruntled grumpy knight in “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”


Image by David Beckham via Instagram, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

David Beckham is perhaps not only known for his remarkable skills in the football field, but also for his being a very charming man. But contrary to his good looks, he is seen with a scarred face, gross teeth, and a broken-nose for his cameo appearance in the upcoming movie “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”.

The 41-year-old English athlete-model gave his Instagram followers a first look at himself in character for his upcoming movie role.

Rough day at the office @kingarthurmovie @guyritchie

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The makeup team seemed to have done a good job; his nose was transformed with a different hue, added pimples, and his usual pearly whites are nowhere to be seen, as he flashed a nasty set yellowed and blackened, and that hell of a scar!

David would be playing the role of a “disgruntled grumpy knight” who is unable to retrieve the sword Excalibur from its stone.

Image capture of video via ScreenRant

He can be seen portraying a face of shock and confusion when King Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) does his iconic sword-pulling in the sneak peek by ScreenRant.

Although he has made television appearances before, Beckham humbly acknowledged that his venture to acting won’t be easy.

He explained that he wants more practice as an actor before pursuing bigger roles.

The King Arthur movie is directed by his close friend Guy Ritchie, and it’s not the first time the two have worked together.

They joined forces for one of David’s H&M commercials where he accidentally loses his clothes on a car door and is seen trying to retrieve them by chasing and running just in his underwear.

Image capture of video via Youtube / David Beckham

 

Don’t forget! King Arthur: Legend of the Sword premieres in Philippine cinemas starting May 17.

This article has been viewed 122 times. Article originally posted: May 10, 2017, 12:56 pm (UTC-0). Last update: May 10, 2017 at 12:56 pm (UTC-0).

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